Ann Everett writes about small-town Texas, where the women are sassy enough to say what they want, and the men are panty-melting hot with plenty of southern charm. Married to her high school sweetheart. Loves shopping at thrift stores. Doesn’t remember her first kiss. Hates talking on the telephone. A sharp pencil makes her happy. Secretly wants to get a tattoo. Believes everyone should own a pair of cowboy boots. Thankful wrinkles aren’t painful.
A woman hiding from her future…..
Heiress to the largest steel company in America, twenty-year-old, socially awkward Blaze Bledsoe hides out at Dessie Bishop’s farm. For the last three years, Blaze has eluded one investigator after another, but just when she thinks she’s safe, a PI closes in. Her luck is about to run out in more ways than one.
A man running from his past….
Rance Keller, a tough, hard-living ex-con, fresh out of prison for a crime he didn’t commit, arrives to claim the house his grandmother left him. Finding a strange girl living there, his plans for a solitary life take a turn. Her lack of modesty, no filter, and word-of-the-day fetish baffles him, but those big green eyes and sweet mouth have him losing sleep.
Welcome to Bluebird, Texas
Where two damaged people with secrets, discover trust can lead to passion.
You are invited to a Wedding! After almost five years, widow and single mother, Tizzy Donovan finally met the man of her dreams in Texas Ranger Ridge Cooper. But when he fails to show up for their wedding, she’s determined to find out why. Enlisting the help of first cousin Jinx Monroe, and best friends, Rayann Tatum and Synola Harper, it’s not long until they’re dealing with clowns, yard gnomes, a missing stripper, and a Baptist deacon. After a car chase and gun fight, head-strong Tizzy is more committed than ever to claim her happily-ever-after. All she needs is a séance with an old witch and a little help from Positive Jesus. Praise for You’re Busting My Nuptials: “What stands out with an Ann Everett novel is her true-grit Texas writing. She lets you know what her characters are thinking and pulls you into their world, a world where you'd like to be.” —Teri C. Taylor, Girls From the Trailer-Phoenix Rising “Ann Everett captures the flavor of the south. The characters are real, funny, and larger than life!” —Patty Wiseman, An Unlikely Arrangement “Ann Everett’s Tizzy/Ridge series is a fresh breath of east Texas air, laced with the heady aroma coming from Sweet Thangs Bakery.” —Susan Royal, Not Long Ago