New Book Release: Until the Day Breaks


Please join me in congratulating Paula Scott on the publication of her debut historical romance, Until the Day Breaks! I had the pleasure of working with Paula on a copyedit of this exciting and inspirational tale of love, faith, and danger in pre-Gold Rush California, and I helped her design the book's cover! Here's the description:

A young woman finds her loyalties tested beyond limit and her desires torn beyond measure in 1846 California. 

After sailing around Cape Horn, and barely surviving the perilous journey, devout Protestant Rachel Tyler arrives in California just in time for her father’s wedding and the unfolding of the Bear Flag Revolt. Though already engaged to marry a minister in Massachusetts, Rachel’s ambitious father arranges her betrothal to Roman Vasquez, a blue-blooded Catholic son of the gente de razón, the ruling class of California. 

Roman, a proud, Spanish soldier, is ready to fight and die for his homeland. As the Yankee rebels raise their bear flag in Sonoma square, the last thing Roman wants is an arranged marriage to the American daughter of his enemy, Joshua Tyler. But his Uncle Pedro, the patrón of the family, has other plans. 

Neither Rachel nor Roman desire this unlikely engagement that assaults their religious beliefs, but they cannot escape the passion flaming between them as war looms on the horizon and bitter rivals rise up to destroy them amid the breathtaking backdrop of the last days of the Californios. 

Until the Day Breaks is the first book in the sweeping saga of California Rising, a tale of love, intrigue, and destiny, where passionate men and women lay the foundation of the Golden State with their very lives.

Until the Day Breaks will be released on May 7th and is available now for preorder in ebook and print format on Amazon and will soon be available at other online retailers. And check out Paula's website for her inspirational posts about writing, family, and farm life.

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Comments

  1. A good and exciting setting for this story.

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  2. I love stories set in early California!

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