Friday, July 05, 2013

Today is the final day Rain Shadow is FREE for Kindle on amazon

I am so excited to release Rain Shadow for Kindle. If you've read Heaven Can Wait, you met the Neubauer brothers and learned how Anton lost his wife. Now he is looking for a mother for his young son. Once again I took people from different worlds and put them together to see what happened.

Raised by the Lakota Sioux and having traveled with the Wild West Show for many years, Rain Shadow is unprepared for a forced stay at the home of Anton Neubauer while her son recuperates. He is a rock, a man who has lived on and farmed the same several hundred acres since he was young.
Anton needs a mother for his son, but he needs someone domestic and ladylike, not the Smith & Wesson toting female who sets up her teepee in his front yard and whose target practice wakes him at the crack of dawn. But fate, two little boys and two old men conspire to keep them together, and it’s too late to deny their passion once love is part of the equation.

“This intricately woven plot keeps readers turning pages with a smile.”
     Heartland Critiques

“…a beautifully moving novel by an author who knows how to create sympathetic characters.”
     Affaire de Coeur

“…romance that doesn't insult your intelligence, a genuine understanding of the West in the 1800's.”
     amazon reviewer

Rain Shadow has been in the Top 100 Free Kindle books this week!

The exotic Lakota princess Rain Shadow’s proud confidence was appealing, but rare glimpses of vulnerability drew Anton even more surely. As a star attraction in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, she was unforgettable. If only he’d met her before his heart had turned to stone….



  1. Looks like a great book. I'd love to have it. The buy link doesn't work though, and the book is listed for $3.99, not free.

  2. Dear Ms. St. John,

    I just posted the following review at and I just bought The Mistaken Widow.

    This is the first ebook I have read by this author. The story is unique in many ways, considering the endless I have read. I could not imagine how Rain Shadow and Anton, such vastly different people/lifestyles, would/could come together and that was the challenge/story. It was so refreshing. A warm, inviting, at times humorous, different type of love story, at least for me. It warmed my heart. So many wonderful, vivid characters intertwine to pull it together. Without question I will read more by Cheryl St. John and I thank her for her creative, thoughtful writing.

  3. Charlene, the link was only good for 5 days.

    Thanks for the review, dear!