By unlocking her deepest secrets, he found the key to her heart...

After losing her parents during a hijacking gone wrong, Jane Winster can’t trust anyone.

Living under the shadow of a fake name, her mask and semblance of freedom are shattered when she is accused of killing her brother. But under such circumstances, she feels love for the first time in her life.

Lawrence Charles, a charming but lonesome sheriff, is called to investigate a curious murder. Once he meets his primary suspect, he realizes that this case is going to change his life forever.

While struggling to extract Jane’s truth about her brother’s murder, her past strikes again. With a stolen necklace inextricably connected to her disappearance, Lawrence must quickly untangle the mystery before Jane pays the ultimate price.

*This is Clarice's 3rd novel, a Western historical romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a strong happily ever after.

Pick up "​​A Mysterious Bride for the Lone Sheriff" today to discover Clarice's fantastic new romance!

Book Details​​​​

  • Author: Clarice Mayfield
  • Genre: Western Romance
  • Publisher: Cobalt Fairy
  • Publication: Nov 2019
  • ASIN: B07ZNSLQQG

About Clarice Mayfield

When Clarice Mayfield graduated from high school, she immediately embarked on a journey to explore the American Southwest. Travelling mainly by bus and train, she’d spend most of her time gazing outside windows, imprinting images of the great outdoors into her mind. That’s when she knew she was in love with the South and its vast deserts.

With a B.A. in philosophy and English, she started her career writing articles in her university’s newspaper. Her guilty pleasure? Coming up with short romance stories, dreaming to one day become a published author. Since then, she has been writing non-stop, combining her two great pleasures: a good love story and the American Southwest.

Her goal? To encourage her readers to dive deep into a world where the dust is red, the sound of galloping horses echoes across the plains, and love blooms, rare and wild, like a desert flower!


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