Fiction Ghostwriter – Denim & Diamonds

About Denim & Diamonds: Attorney Beth Jameson might know her way around the courtroom, but doesn’t know a cutting horse from a carousel horse. That doesn’t slow her down when her estranged father dies and leaves her his horse ranch just south of Kansas City. True to form, the gift comes with strings attached – she has to be successful in her first year, or she loses her inheritance. All of it. Beau, the handsome ranch foreman, was her father’s right hand man, but she must convince him that she’s in it for the long haul – that she isn’t just some city girl that doesn’t respect her father’s legacy. She has to learn the business from the ground up, and must learn to trust others – not an easy thing for a woman who was abandoned by her father and then by her ex-fiancé. Beth can’t believe how quickly the ranch becomes home, and how hard she is willing to work to make it hers . . . and learns that everyone deserves a second chance at happiness. 

About Lori: Denim & Diamonds is Lori Robinett’s first novel, and combines her love of writing with her real world experience as a paralegal. She lives on a small hobby farm in Callaway County, Missouri with her husband of twenty years, along with a menagerie of miniature horses, dogs and cats.

Though she dreamed of being a writer since she was ten, it wasn’t until she discovered National Novel Writing Month in 2004 that she learned the joys of writing those two magical words: The End. She is an eight time winner of NaNoWriMo and has served as Municipal Liaison for the Fulton, Missouri region. She has been interviewed for newspaper articles and television news features for her accomplishments with NaNo, including leading her region to multiple Top 10 finishes.Lori2

Lori is a member of Book-In-A-Week, the Callaway County Writers Group and the Columbia Chapter of the Missouri Writers Guild. Her professional life also includes writing. She is the former editor of The Gavel, the quarterly newsletter of the Mid-Missouri Paralegal Association and has served on the editorial board of The Reporter, the journal of the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. Lori has had articles published in Secrets and Strategies, Writing for Dollars!, WordBeats, and the Heritage Writer. She’s also had short stories appear in The Storyteller Magazine, Bridges (Callaway County Writers Group anthology), and Well Versed 2014.


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