Friday’s Feature with Davalynn Spencer

An Impossible Price

He has to choose – keep his secrets or the woman he loves. He can’t have both.

With no husband of her own, midwife Sophie Price lives to keep others calm in their hour of need. But when a handsome horse handler steps off the train with a fiery stallion, he brings anything but calm as he looks her dead in the eye and clear through to her soul.

Clay Ferguson returns to the place he once called home, hunting a fresh start and the one woman who could draw him back. If he can hide his battered heart and the brutality of his past, maybe she’ll take another look and give him a second chance.

Both bear scars from their fathers. Both fight for life. Together, they may learn that love is worth its impossible price.

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The voice, the subtle limp. Those eyes. Only one person had all those traits, and when he’d left, he’d said nothing that made Sophie think he’d ever return.

Far from an unseasoned youth, the confident stranger leading the fiery stallion might be no stranger at all.

Had Clay Ferguson come home?

Interview with Davalynn:

Theresa:Do you ever read reviews?

Davalynn: Yes, I read reviews and comments of readers. I am interested in what they like or dislike, and what moves them emotionally. After all, it’s their hearts I’m trying to reach, and unless I listen to what they are saying, I’ll never know if I did.

Theresa:I love that answer! I think most of us are so afraid of bad reviews we cringe to read them. What an excellent way to look at it! Do you have a favorite character you’ve written about?

Davalynn: Most often, my favorite character in one of my stories is the heroine. I write romance, you know. But in this book, I was drawn by the hero, Clay Ferguson, and his story. For some reason it touched me deeply. I pray that his story arc touches the hearts of my readers as well.

About Davalynn

Bestselling author and winner of the Will Rogers Gold Medallion for Inspirational Western Fiction, Davalynn Spencer is the wife and mother of professional rodeo bullfighters and can’t stop #lovingthecowboy. When she’s not writing Western romance, she teaches writing workshops and wrangles Blue the Cowdog and mouse detectors Annie and Oakley. Connect with her at