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A delightful new novel by Louise Riveiro - Mitchell
Published by America House Book Pulbishers
Available on line at www.PublishAmerica.com
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Set in the late eighteen hundreds this romantic story weaves us through a time in our country that is untamed and free. Set with the backdrop of the Colorado territory, we find mystery, love and passion in this novel.The story opens with beautifulShayleen O'Malley, returning home after five years in Pennsylvania. She returns home to the land she loves, and the handsome Chance McCord, the man she has loved since she was eight years old. In a freak accident, she meets handsome Trace Cooper, a loner, and some call him a mountain man. When she is forced to run the ranch after her father's accident, it's Trace who comes to help. He finds himself captivated by the violet eyed beauty, and hopes to change her affection from Chance to him.
Through the entire story one finds themselves wondering, which one will win the heart of
Shayleen. Will it be the handsome Chance McCord, the sheriff whom she has loved, and wanted all her life, or the mountain man, who has nothing to offer her but his heart, his soul and his love . The story will keep one interested, from the first page to the last, and wishing to read more on the beautiful Shayleen, and the men in her life. It also focuses on the plight of the American Indians, and the hardships in their lives.
Mrs. Mitchell has written many poems through the years, some of which have been published on the internet. She uses both her given name as well as her internet screen name, Chyenne Autum Sky. Much of her work, including Autumn Sky, concentrates on Cheyenne, and Cherokee. two tribes of the American Indians. She has been honored by them for her work, and has been given a web page, on their internet site for her poetry.
A fourth generation resident of the village, Louise is a familiar face around the Pleasantville schools, which her children attend and where she often serves as a voting inspector during elections. She graduated from the former St. Thomas School and Pleasantville High, favoring the subjects of history and English while a student. My English teacher, Ms. Judy Johnston, was always impressed by my writing and joked that I should write for television shows. After her father, Antonino Riveiro passed away, Louise was encouraged to, get a trade, and concentrate on earning a living. While working at one salon in New York, she met Paula Bernstein, a former Woman of the Year in Westchester, 1982, editor at the Daily News, and author of the book, The Corporate Family, who encouraged her to get into writing. Gonnie Siegel, author of many HOW TO books for women was another supporter of Mitchell's.
Through her interest in American history, Louise found herself fascinated with the history of the American Indians, and deleved into it, writing poetry and short stories of their hardships, she learned while researching their way of life.
Her book is dedicated to her parents, the late Anna Mazzullo and Antonino Riveiro, her husband Steven, her two children, Daniel 16 and Lara14 , and her sisters and brothers of the Cherokee Nation who have given her friendship, honor, love and encouragement in all her works.