The Choice

I would love to have met Cheyenne, Sable’s inspiration for the McCoys

Wild and Wicked Cowboys

The Choice
I have often been asked who inspires the heroes I write about. After all, they’re just about perfect. Is there a man who can be tough and tender, smart and funny, sexy and sweet? A man who can look beyond a woman’s faults and see her potential? A man who would sacrifice something of himself to make another person happy? Yea, there is such a man.
I met Cheyenne when I was just a young girl. He was ten years older than me and I thought he hung the moon. He was already grown, or at least out of high school when I first noticed him. Even in my innocent childish observations, I knew he was special. Cheyenne wasn’t like the other boys. He was focused and dependable. His family owned a ranch near us and at the time his father had to take a step back because…

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About A~P

Palessa started reading her first romance novel, at the age of 11. Then she got introduced to V.C. Andrews, Barbara Taylor Bradford, Anne Rice and many more notable contemporary authors as well as some of the classics, A Tale of Two Cities, Their Eyes Were Watching God, The Great Gatsby and others. It was during her teenage years that she dabbled in writing. First, it was in her diaries, then she started creating characters, stories about romance, the supernatural and much more. Being an International Baccalaureate student as well as entering college, left little time for writing and so she put it and the ideas aside to pursue a career. It would take almost 20 years, a radical move from the city she grew up in, Miami, FL back to her Caribbean birthplace, and a chance Facebook meeting with Sable Hunter to start the juices flowing again. After some fits and starts, the Baxter Family Saga was born. Unchained Hearts is Palessa's first published fiction book with Beau Coup Publishing. She considers herself just a storyteller that sees no reason to shy away from the juicier romantic elements. She currently lives in the mountains of Jamaica with her crazy, cracker-munching-mutt Ivy and a farm, primarily managed by agribusiness partner, also known as Dad.

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