Author Osborne's Book
Bride Of Willow Creek
Ivy, Oct 2001, 6.99, 368 pp.
When she was sixteen, Angie Bertoli married Sam Holland in Chicago. However, her father interceded, ending the relationship before the duo can begin learning how to be a married couple. Sam flees for the West while Angie remains home living in shame.
A decade later following the death of her father six weeks ago, a financially broke Angie travels to Cripple Creek, Colorado seeking Sam. S...
I Do, I Do, I Do
Grudgingly forming a partnership, three young women set out for the Yukon, during the gold rush era, to find the bigamist who left each one of them with nothing but memories of wedded bliss and not so 'unique' wedding rings. Enduring great hardships, each of the deceived and deserted brides finds her own strength, friendship, and real love....
Ballantine, Nov 2002, 6.99
Ten years has passed since the Civil War ended yet Della Ward lives one day at a time filled with guilt and remorse. A child bride Della regrets her last hateful letter she sent her spouse Clarence just before he died in battle. Della has no friends in the Two Creeks, Texas area and for the most part never speaks with or has anyone talk to her.
It only took him a decade to work up the courage, but ...
Ivy, Nov 2003, 368 pp.
In Marshall, Kansas, Annie Malloy enjoys being a member of the “New Modern Woman” until she realizes that she is pregnant out of wedlock. She goes to her lover, bank and train robber Bodie Miller, who offers to marry her, but rejects her insistence he turns respectable. Bodie informs Annie they will marry, but he will continue his life of robbery. Annie declines.
Sheriff Jess Harden asks Annie if he c...
A Historical Romance, set in the American Wild West, Silver Spoon features a down to earth heroine whose most fervent wish is granted by a group of men she nurtured through illnesses: a man to father her baby. The resulting marriage brings to light betrayal and growing love...a story of personal identity growth and family ties....