Parents: Sam Guilford (father) Mother dead
Siblings: Billy (brother). Sisters: Alfreda (Alfie) and Alexandra (Alex)
Places lived: Guilford Crossing – Texas
Jobs: Riding shotgun on a freight wagon for my father.
Friends: Lily and Matt Brayshaw.
Enemies: Outlaw gang
Let’s Get into some questions now. What, if anything, would you like to change about your life? I would like to be treated as a female and not as a male.
How are you viewed by others? As a female doing the work of a man.
How would you describe yourself? Hardworking, compassionate and fearless.
How much self-control do you have? Not much, I am hot tempered.
Any talents? Excellent shot.
What would a great gift for you be? A pretty gown.
What makes you sad? Seeing my brother the way he is.
Hopes and dreams? To have a husband and children.
What’s the worst thing you have ever done to someone and why? I killed a man
Biggest trauma: Being attacked and left for dead by outlaws.
What do you like best about the other main characters in your book? Their courage.
What do you like least about the other main characters in your book? My father is a bully.
Most embarrassing thing that ever happened to you: Having the hero, Nick, taking off my ripped, blood stained clothes to treat my injuries.
FREDDIE – GUILFORD CROSSING BRIDES – BOOK 2: A catastrophic event delivers Winifred (Freddie) Guilford, into the arms of reclusive rancher Nicholas Brown. Brought up by a tyrannical father, Freddie and her sisters dress and work like men. Nicholas is a suspicious loner who shuns people. Will their chance of finding happiness together be ruined by events from the past?
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Margaret Tanner is an award winning, multi-published Australian author, who writes Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, and Western Romance with a small dose of sizzle.
She loves delving into the pages of history as she carries out research for her historical novels. No book is too old or tattered for her to trawl through, no museum too dusty, or website too hard to navigate. Many of her novels have been inspired by true events, with one being written around the hardships and triumphs of her pioneering ancestors in frontier Australia. She once spent a couple of hours in an old goal cell so she could feel the chilling cold and fear
With the encouragement of friend and Western Romance author, Susan Horsnell, she has now fallen in love with writing Western Historical novellas, and found it an easy transition. Frontier Australia and frontier America, have many similarities – isolated communities living in a harsh, unforgiving environment, a large single male population, and a lack of marriageable women.
Her stories are drama laden. Her heroes hide behind a rough exterior. They are tough men who are prepared to face danger and overwhelming odds for the women they love. Her heroines are brave, resourceful women willing to endure hardship and danger in an untamed land, if it means they can win the heart of the men they love.
Margaret is married and has three grown up sons, and two gorgeous little granddaughters. Outside of her family and friends, writing is her passion.
Web Page: http://www.margarettanner.com/
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