Texas author Caryl McAdoo's first published novel, Vow Unbroken
, debuts in early March. She appears at the Grand Prairie Main Library from 10 to 11 am on March 8 for a booksigning.
With nine titles released by four publishers, Caryl McAdoo now enjoys a thirty-year, overnight success with her historical Christian romance VOW UNBROKEN set in 1832 Texas from Simon and Schuster’s Howard Books. The novelist also edits, paints, and writes new songs. In 2008, she and her high school sweetheart-husband Ron moved from the DFW Metroplex and their Grand Prairie River Bottom Ranch to the woods of Red River County. Caryl and Ron live in Clarksville, the county seat, in the far northeast corner of the Lone Star State.
ABOUT THE BOOK: Susannah Baylor reluctantly hires Henry Buckmeyer to help her along the Jefferson Trace, the hard stretch of land between her Texas farm and the cotton market, where she's determined to get a fair price for her crop. It's been a long, rough ten years and the widow's in danger of losing the land her husband and his brother left to her and the children, but she needs help to get both her wagons safely to Jefferson. She knows Henry's reputation as a lay-about and is prepared for his insolence, but she never expects his good looks or irresistible, gentle manner. Soon they are entwined in a romantic relationship that only gets more complicated because Henry doesn't know God the way she does. Dangers arise on the trace--but none as difficult as the trial her heart is going through. Will Susannah and Henry's love overcome their differences? And will she get her crop to market and sale it for enough to save her farm? In this heartening and adventurous tale, a young woman's fortitude, faith, and and heart are put to the ultimate test.
Books will be available for purchase at the event. The Main Library is located at 901 Conover Drive.