Singer-songwriter Laura Clark is a thoroughly modern woman with an abiding fascination for the Old West. Growing up in Wyoming, Laura has always found one hero particularly intriguing: Tom Russell, the legendary marshal of Horseshoe, Wyoming. After losing her father to cancer and breaking up with her immature, self-absorbed boyfriend, Laura visits her father’s Old West museum and discovers a photograph of Tom Russell that not only captures her heart but also catapults her back in time to 1877 – the marshal’s heyday. Will the real-life man live up to his legend and, more importantly, to the image the starry-eyed Laura has built for him?
Romilly is in love with good stories. Ever since childhood, she has read voraciously across multiple genres, and she likes to write across multiple genres, too, from the romantic to the edgy to the strange, often a combination of them all. She loves music, poetry, peace, laughter, and mountains, and she lives in Tennessee with a close circle of family.