I'm very pleased to welcome Debra Kayn today. Her new book, Margot's Lawman was released last week.
Thanks for having me here today.
Although I’ve timed my blog visits to coincide with the release of Margot’s Lawman, the 3rd book of the Sisters of McDougal Ranch series, I’d like to talk a little about sisters. I’ve had many people ask me why I’ve written a book about five sisters who live in the small fictional town of Pike, Montana. I usually tell them it’s because I know small town, I know country living, and I know families.
What I didn’t know about is having sisters of my own. I grew up with only having brothers. In my research, I found that having sisters was a lot like having brothers, except for a few small differences.
Sisters are more judgmental.
Sisters will cry with you, without trying to fix the problem.
Sisters understand the importance of chocolate and pms.
Do you have a sister? What does she do for you that no one else can? Is having a sister different than having a brother?
In Margot’s Lawman, Margot is the oldest of five sisters. Here’ a little blurb about her story…
Roy Lee can't wait to tell the world that he loves Margot. He respected her decision to keep their affair quiet—until now. It's time for everyone to know Margot is his gal...especially Ryan Martin, her new assistant. He's formed an attachment to Margot and Roy Lee is sure the city boy's unexplained appearance in Pike means he's up to no good.
Margot just wants to help Ryan fit in, and Roy Lee's jealousy soon drives a wedge between them. A wedge that only increases when Margot is roped into Ryan's secret, too...