Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you found my home on the Web and hope you'll return occasionally to see what's new.
In case this is your first time here, let me give you a brief introduction. I'm Amanda Cabot (but you already knew that, didn't you?), and I write inspirational romances.
My first seven books for the Christian market were historicals. Although I haven't abandoned historicals and have three historical novellas available now, I also have a new series that's set in the beautiful Texas Hill Country in the twenty-first century. Whether they take place in the nineteenth century or present times, what all of my stories have in common is that they celebrate the power of love.
I invite you to explore the tabs on this page. You'll find more information about me and my books. I've even included hints for aspiring writers as well copies of my newsletters.
One of my greatest pleasures as an author is hearing from readers, and so I encourage you to let me know your reaction to my books. If you have questions or comments, or if there's something else you'd like to see on this web site, send me an email.
I look forward to hearing from you.
The wait is over! In Firefly Valley, the second of my Texas Crossroads contemporary romances, is now available in both print and ebook versions. I've been pleased with the early reviews and hope you agree with RT BookReviews, which rated it a page turner and called it "a story that is a delight to read."
So, what's it about? The last thing Marisa St. George wants is to return to her home town, but after she loses her job, she has no choice. She's only been home for a couple days when she meets Blake Kendall, the man who makes her believe in love at first sight until ... No, I'm not going to spoil the story. Let's just say they're both in for some surprises.
To learn more about Marisa and Blake's story click here.
If you like to travel back in time when you read, you might enjoy The Oregon Trail Romance Collection. As the title suggests, this is a collection of nine historical romances, all set along the Oregon Trail. I had a wonderful time returning to Fort Laramie for my novella, "The Sagebrush Bride," and hope you'll enjoy the story of a woman who'll do almost anything to avoid marrying the wrong man. For more information, click here.
And if you're looking for a quick summer read, I recommend The 12 Brides of Summer. My story, The Fourth of July Bride, takes place in Cheyenne and even features a cameo appearance by Charlotte, the heroine of Waiting for Spring. For more information about The Fourth of July Bride, click here.