About the author

Delsora Lowe

I love to write about small town heroes from the cowboys and ranchers of Colorado to the game wardens, firefighters, and lobstermen of Maine. A transplanted big city gal, world-wide traveler, and foreign-service brat, I now live in a medium size coastal Maine town and most recently worked at a rural environmental college where I was lucky to interact on a daily basis with real life heroes and heroines. My people-oriented jobs in education, non-profits, and hospitality have provided much fodder for my story ideas.<br><br>Views of the Maine coast to the mountains of Colorado, and everything in between, inspire me. Dealing with dust bunnies and mile-high piles of dishes do not in any way inspire me, so I am adept at turning my back. My fridge is filled with more cheese than chocolate. Although there is a large assortment of every flavor of dark chocolate known to woman, which I dip into when I am <em><strong>delsing</strong></em>: a code word coined by my two grown children (one who lives on the coast of Maine and the other in the mountains of Colorado—see the connection?) meaning <em>mom’s writing - don’t bother her</em>.<br><br>Newly released is book two, <em><strong>The Rancher Needs a Wife</strong></em> of the <strong><em>Cowboys of Mineral Springs</em></strong> series. And <strong><em>The Love Left Behind</em></strong>.<br><br>Works in progress are books three and four of the <strong><em>Cowboys of Mineral Springs</em></strong> series and a sweet holiday romance at a Vermont inn.&nbsp; Look for these in 2021!