Two Giveaways & a New Release

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by Lisa Prysock

Hello GNF friends and readers.  It’s GIVEAWAY time!  I hope you had a blessed Easter celebration surrounded by family, friends, the Lord’s presence, and great food!  Spring is here and I’m anxious to get out in my garden and plant flowers and veggies.  Before you know it, summer will be here and then I’ll want to swim as much as possible.  That is, when I’m not writing or reading books. 

I’m excited to share my newest release with you, The Legend of Lollipop, Book 20 from the ‘Whispers in Wyoming’ seriesThe book can easily be read as a stand-alone. If you love a good horse story and sweet, inspirational romance with a Christian theme of winning, this book is for you.  Here’s a look at the beautiful cover. 

The Legend of Lollipop 

Here’s the blurb–: 

Anastasia isn’t the least bit interested in a romance with Jed when her sister’s job placement agency sends her to work as a temp at The Sweetwater Ranch bakery. She finally has a chance to make one of her dreams come true by doing a great job managing the bakery. Maybe she’ll even get to ride the horses on the Wyoming ranch in her leisure time, or catch a glimpse of the wild horses she longs to own.

Jed’s laid back, fun-loving personality hasn’t helped him find a woman to settle down with, but he’s perfectly content working as a wrangler at The Sweetwater. However, he can’t deny the attraction he has for the new bakery manager when he meets Anastasia.

Landon, a prominent, esteemed horse trainer with notable success in quarter horse racing, arrives at The Sweetwater for one purpose only. A legendary horse and her three-year-old filly have been spotted there in recent weeks. He’s determined to capture the renowned horses. He finds himself distracted when Jed and Anastasia introduce him to her sister, Trisha, owner of a job placement service who takes her career as seriously as he does his own. 

Will this matchmaking couple, Jed and Anastasia, fall in love? And what of the legendary horses? Will they become the crowning glory of Landon’s extensive collection? Get your copy of this stand-alone Contemporary Christian Western Romance today! Clean, sweet, and romantic, don’t miss this inspirational adventure.

Some tips to make this story a more enjoyable read for you–:

  • In addition to the main characters of Jed and Anastasia, the character of Landon Callahan in this story was loosely inspired by prominent American horse trainer, Wayne Lukas. Wayne has raced and trained both quarter horses and thoroughbreds. If you watch the Kentucky Derby coming upon May 4thmight even hear his name 
  • In my research, I discovered there is a Triple Crown trio of horse races for not only the Derby here in Kentucky, but also for quarter horse racing. These races take place at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico. 
  • You’ll also meet Trisha Halston in this story. She owns Halston Staffing and was inspired by the many years in which I worked in the job placement and human resources industry. 
  • There are many characters in this story, but you’ll also meet one named Riley. If you watch this Britt Nicole video called “Pave,” my inspiration for Riley is the little girl in this video.

I’m giving away two eBook Kindle gift copies from Amazon to two random winners who leave a comment on this post.  I hope you love this story and enjoy horses as much as I do.  I spent part of my childhood growing up on a farm where we had horses, a cow named Daisy, and chickens.  Have you ever been to Wyoming or Yellowstone where the setting of this story is?  Tell me how your Easter was, or perhaps you have a horse or farm story to share with us.  Or, maybe you have a favorite dessert to share.  Thank you so much for stopping by.  Here’s the link to the book.  Enjoy!

Author Biography  

Lisa M. PrysockLisa M. Prysock is an award-winning, bestselling, Christian and inspirational author of 17 novels.  She and her husband of more than 20 years reside in Kentucky.  They have five children, grown.   

She writes in the genres of both Historical Christian Romance and Contemporary Christian Romance, including a multi-author Western Christian Romance series, “Whispers in Wyoming.”  She is also the author of a devotional.  Lisa enjoys sharing her faith in Jesus through her writing. 

She has many interests, but a few of these include gardening, cooking, drawing, sewing, crochet, cross stitch, reading, swimming, biking, and walking.  She loves dollhouses, cats, horses, butterflies, hats, boots, flip-flops, espadrilles, chocolate, coffee, tea, chocolate, the colors peach and purple, and everything old-fashioned.   

She adopted the slogan of “The Old-Fashioned Everything Girl” because of her love for classic, traditional, and old-fashioned everything.  When she isn’t writing, she can sometimes be found teaching herself piano and violin, but finds the process “a bit slow and painful.”  Lisa enjoys working with the children and youth in her local church creating human videos and plays or programs incorporating her love for inspirational dance.  A few of her favorite authors include Jane Austen, Lucy Maude Montgomery, Louisa May Alcott, and Laura Ingalls Wilder.  You’ll find “food, fashion, fun, and faith” in her novels.  Sometimes she includes her own illustrations. 

She continues the joy and adventure of her writing journey as a member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and LCW (Louisville Christian Writers).  Lisa’s books are clean and wholesome, inspirational, romantic, and family oriented.  She gives a generous portion of the proceeds to missions.    

Discover more about this author at where you’ll find free recipes, devotionals, author video interviews, book trailers, giveaways, blog posts, and much more, including an invitation to sign up for her free newsletter. 

Links to Connect with Lisa:       (Find all of Lisa’s books on Amazon at this link)      (Lisa’s Facebook reader & friends group) 

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  1. Barbara Raymond

     /  April 22, 2019

    I love the State of Wyoming. I grew up on a small family farm east of Cheyenne. I always enjoy books that take place in Wyoming. The cover is beautiful. Thank you for this opportunity.

  2. Linda Palmer

     /  April 22, 2019

    When I was young, my dad sold Forney Arc welders. Sometimes he got things traded for the welder. And that’s how I got a brown pony named Peanut. Can’t remember how long we had him, but it could not of been more than three years. He was a gentle riding pony. We sold him when we moved into town. We also gave our two cats to my aunt and uncle. Princess Snow White and Bosco were able to keep living out in the country. City living was hard on our dog. She had to be penned or tied up all the time. Sugar Babe was a good dog.
    And those were the years of family Easter celebrations, boiled Easter eggs, candy, and special church services.

  3. Kimberly Bowie

     /  April 22, 2019

    Wow! You are a woman after my own heart! I love horses and have my entire life! I’ve been to Wyoming and Yellowstone. I love all things old—have just begun collecting antiques. I taught myself to can and make homemade jellies. This summer I plan to learn to quilt.

  4. Lisa Stillman

     /  April 22, 2019

    I went to Yellowstone with my parents and then my husband and I took our girls when they were teens.

  5. Linda, I loved hearing about your experiences with your pony Peanut and other animals. Lisa, I’m so glad you stopped by and have been to Yellowstone twice! Thank you to all for commenting! Kim and Barbara, you’re my random winners and you each win an eBook copy of my newest release.


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