Monday, October 30, 2017

Cover Reveal for "A Sidekick's Tale" by Elisabeth Grace Foley

I've been enjoying Elisabeth Grace Foley's books for years now.  I've read so many of her books: The Ranch Next Door and Other Stories, Left-Hand Kelly, Wanderlust Creek and Other Stories, Lost Lake House, Mountain of the Wolf, and my personal favorite so far, Corral Nocturne.  She inspired me to pursue writing westerns myself, and she's helped me with all sorts of self-publishing questions.  

Well, today I have the privilege to participate in the cover reveal for her latest book, A Sidekick's Tale.  Isn't it just, well, fun?

She's got some advance reviews up on Goodreads already, and it sounds like this story is going to be just as fun and quirky as the cover.  Here's the official synopsis:

Meredith Fayett needed to marry someone before the week was out or she would lose her ranch. It sounded simple, so ranch hand Chance Stevens agreed to take on the job, in spite of his friend Marty’s warnings that it could only lead to trouble. But even Marty, a loyal though opinionated sidekick, couldn’t have predicted the mayhem that ensues when his own eccentric relatives appear on the scene, dragging Chance, Marty, and Meredith into the latest skirmish in a long-running family feud. What follows is a hilarious tangle involving an emerald ring, a fearsome aunt, a scheming suitor, and a team of runaway mules—by the end of which Chance finds that even a marriage just on paper has its complications, and that it never hurts to have a good sidekick.

I can't wait to read it when it releases in November!

You can connect with Foley on her website, her Facebook author page, and on Goodreads and Twitter.  And if you haven't read any of her books yet, but you like clean stories with historical (often western) settings, what are you waiting for?


  1. Now if that isn't an interesting blurb, I don't know what is!


    1. Catherine, I agree! I'm definitely awaiting this with eager anticipation.

  2. Thanks so much for helping with the cover reveal, and for all the kind words!


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