Brewer’s Betrayal Blurb
A tale of forbidden love, redemption, and justice, in Brewer’s Betrothal, all must prevail for Duncan to live freely.
The year is 1812, and after seeing redemption slip through his fingertips one too many times and his true love set to marry another, Duncan must find a way to clear his name of murder and see that he marries Audra Bishop.
If the law doesn’t keep him from having her hand in marriage, Audra’s father certainly will.
Can he find a way to prove his innocence in the case of the murdered revenue agent, or will Audra’s autocratic father marry her away first?
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Paula Judith Johnson is the author of esteemed romance novels such as Sweetbriar, A Love Triangle Romance (2020 Book Excellence Award Finalist), Starting Over, A Second Chance Romance, Book 1, Second Time Around, A Second Chance Romance, Book 2, and Brewer’s Betrothal: A Love Triangle Romance (2021 Book Excellence Award Finalist).
Authenticity is essential to Romance author Paula Judith Johnson, especially in the historical romance genre.
“I’m an avid history buff! My late husband, Wayne, and I were involved with many mountain man-era black powder clubs for over 20 years. I’ve carried that excitement and passion with me ever since and often use those experiences when writing about the early 1800s.”
Likewise, she brought her experience of owning and operating an investment and insurance services firm to her contemporary writing. She researches online and through personal contacts about what she doesn’t know first-hand.
While involved in mountain man-era black powder clubs, Paula Judith Johnson regularly participated in shooting reproduction muzzleloading rifles, pistols, and shotguns. She also enjoyed throwing bowie knives, tomahawks, and spears.
She boasts many competition prizes and is especially proud of placing 1st in woman’s rifle and 1st Overall (rifle, pistol, knife & tomahawk) at a Fort Clatsop Muzzleloaders rendezvous.