Miss Atomic Bomb 1953 by Elizabeth Spaur

All Lily Genarro wants is a family of her own. If only she wasn’t a pawn in a war between two Chicago Families. Her uncle thinks he’s got a way to save her –make her the next Miss Atomic Bomb. Nobody asked Lily what she wants, so she comes up with a crazy plan to sabotage everybody else’s ideas and do things her way.

Back home from Korea, all Jack McFadden wants is to get back to work on his family’s ranch. He’s too solitary for his mother’s taste. She insists he get off the ranch and back into the world and has just the job to make that happen – escort his little sister when she competes in the Miss Atomic Bomb Pageant.

The last thing Lily and Jack expect to find at this crazy pageant is love. The pageant might be a bomb, but their love is explosive.Type your paragraph here.

Love Comes After by Elizabeth Spaur

Air Force pilot, Deke McFadden, is forced to turn in his wings after a career ending diagnosis. With his dreams crushed and scattered to the winds, he returns to the family ranch in Las Vegas to find out if there is life after flying. 

After witnessing the murder of her fiancé, Siobhan Gallagher finds refuge with the McFaddens so she can heal and find peace. It’s not an easy task with the handsome Deke home and stirring up feelings that make her wonder what comes after darkness. 

Deke and Siobhan have no idea what the future holds. Their families think they have all the answers. Can two broken souls overcome the odds and learn that true love can come after loss?Type your paragraph here.

Elizabeth Spaur

Forever is in the cards in these two romantic tales set during the 1950s and 1960s in the last place jaded hearts expected to find true love - Las Vegas.  In Elizabeth Spaur’s Love Comes After, two wounded souls seek solace and healing on a Las Vegas ranch. Together they realize that there is love after loss.  An innocent artist finds herself needing the protection of a world-weary private investigator. It’s not long before they realize that first love is the truest love in B.A. McIntosh’s Forever Mine.

Love hits the jackpot in these six seductive tales, each set in a different decade in the hottest, wildest, most sinful of cities - Las Vegas.  In Elizabeth Spaur’s Miss Atomic Bomb, a beauty pageant brings a cowboy and city girl together.  A desperate singer finds new hope with a not-so-jaded casino owner in B.A. McIntosh Home at Last.  In Lynn Crain’s, Hooked on a Feeling,  two Vietnam vets get a second chance at love while facing enemies at home.  A rodeo star falls hard for a showgirl in Diane Deeds’s Total Eclipse of the Heart.  In Kay Phoenix’s An Unexpected Knight, a hero on a mighty steed captures the heroine’s heart. A good girl learns that being bad can be very, very good in Tami Cowden’s It Happen One Vegas Night.   Mobsters and G-men, cowboys and showgirls, singers and dancers, and even a knight in shining armor  all find that Sin City is not just a place to have fun – but  also a great place to fall in love.  Type your paragraph here.