Historical Romance Fiction Bear Creek Montana Ranch Amelia Rose Book Released

Historical romance author Amelia Rose has released the latest novel in her Bear Creek series, 'Warming a Cold Heart', which follows an unexpected romance during a blizzard in rural Montana.

London, United Kingdom - October 17, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Amelia Rose, a historical Western romance author, has recently released the latest novel in the Bear Creek Brides series, named ‘Warming a Cold Heart’, which is a tale of struggle, perseverance, and love in the face of adversity.

More information is available at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08FXKPDRK

‘Warming a Cold Heart’ is the eighth publication in Amelia Rose’s historical Western romance series, which follows the life and struggles of the town of Bear Creek during the harsh winter of 1895. The newly released 210-page historical romance is available in both kindle and paperback format through Amazon and other online book retailers.

Amelia Rose is a historical romance author with a passion for taking her readers on fantastical, transformative adventures in the form of her novels.

‘Warming a Cold Heart’ explores the romance of a ranch-hand named Peter and Shirley, an young ingenue who is guarded about the traumas of her past. The events of the romantic novel unfold on the Jenkins’ Montana ranch amid a harsh blizzard. The newly published eighth edition to the well-received Bear Creek series is a story of love, passion, and healing.

The highly-rated series follows the inhabitants of Bear Creek and the Jenkins’ farm, a remote rural Montana ranch. The Bear Creek romantic novel series begins with ‘The Rescued Bride’s Savior’ and culminates in Amelia Rose’s latest edition to the historical romance series, ‘Warming a Cold Heart’.

Amelia Rose explores frontier tensions, star-crossed lovers, and the psychological effects of trauma in the Bear Creek historical Western series, which is available in both physical and ebook format on Amazon.

The new release, ‘Warming a Cold Heart’ tempers a story of survival in the form of extreme weather conditions with an emotional journey of overcoming past trauma, culminating in an exploration of historical romance fiction.

‘Warming a Cold Heart’ can be purchased through Amazon US and UK, Apple iBooks, and Barnes and Noble Nook, where readers can also find Amelia Rose’s other publications, including the Montana Westward Brides, Montana Destiny Brides, and Carson Hill Ranch series.

‘Warming a Cold Heart’ author Amelia Rose said “My romantic stories will give you the sensual stimulation you might be seeking to arouse your romantic senses. […] I am a shameless romance addict with no intentions of ever kicking the habit.[…] I have always loved romance stories and I try to tie all the elements I like about them into my writing.”

More information on pricing and contact details are available at the URL above.

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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88981265

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