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Rosanne Bittner
Welcome! I'm glad to be in touch with you, especially if you love American history and America's Old West of the 1800's. I hope you enjoy stories about that time period, as well as Native American stories. It's what I love to write and currently I've had 59 novels published over the past 32... show more

Welcome! I'm glad to be in touch with you, especially if you love American history and America's Old West of the 1800's. I hope you enjoy stories about that time period, as well as Native American stories. It's what I love to write and currently I've had 59 novels published over the past 32 years. I am still writing and won't stop until the Good Lord requires it. Please check out my web site at www.rosannebittner.com for all the information you could ask for about my books. You can also visit me on Facebook. I grew up on westerns. They dominated television - shows like The Big Valley, Cheyenne, Wagon Train, Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, Rawhide, Bonanza, Have Gun/Will Travel, The Rifleman, Wanted - Dead or Alive, and of course the famous Gunsmoke, which I still watch today on TV Land as well as on the Western Channel. I love the big western stars like John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and James Stewart. When I was a teen my idol was James Arness (Matt Dillon of Gunsmoke) instead of Elvis and the like. My all-time favorite western movies are The Guns of Josie Wales, Pale Rider and Hang 'Em High (all starring Clint Eastwood) - The Searchers, Rooster Cogburn and The Shootist (John Wayne). When I was eighteen and watched How The West Was Won, I knew that some day I would write stories about that glorious time period of America's history. Books that deeply impressed me are A Lantern In Her Hand by Bess Streeter Aldrich, and The Proud Breed, by Celeste de Blasis. No other nation has exploded in exploration and settlement like America, and to this day our Native Americans still suffer culture shock. When I read Dee Brown's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (a must read for anyone who wants to know the truth about America's natives and how they suffered as we settled the West), I knew I also had to tell stories of America's growth through the eyes of the Native Americans, because so much of what we were (and still are) taught in school is completely slanted and mostly untrue. It certainly was NOT all Indian/bad-guy and Soldier/good-guy. Many lies were told, many promises broken, and our government horribly abused the Native Americans. But that is another story, and I try to get some of it across in my books. I also strive to tell an abiding love story between two people whose love holds them together through the trials and tribulations of settling America's frontiers. It took grit and bravery to head into rugged, unknown territory, knowing you will leave family behind whom you will probably never see again. Free land, gold and a better life were strong temptations for men, as well as for many brave-hearted women. I think the best books you can read for a truthful depiction of this country's growth and its affect on Native Americans is Dee Brown's book mentioned above, and the book Disinherited, by Dale Van Every. Also, the true and powerful history of this country as faced by red man and white alike is cuttingly depicted in any book you can get your hands on written by Allan Eckert. I have lived in Michigan my whole life, but I truly believe that somehow I have a past spirit who lives or lived in the Old West, especially perhaps Colorado, which I love more than any other place in America. I yearn to be there, and I feel I "belong" in the Rocky Mountains. When I go there I feel so "at home." However, the family business as well as our two sons and our grandsons all live close by here in Michigan. I wouldn't leave them. But my husband and I have traveled the West for years and I have visited just about every place mentioned in my books. I am also very active here with fund-raising community projects through our local Coloma Lioness Club, and I am a member of Women Writing the West, Romance Writers of American, Mid-Michigan Romance Writers of America, Western Writers of America and several historical societies of western states. Watch my web site at www.rosannebittner.com, and my blog site at www.rosannebittner.blogspot.com, and look me up on Facebook for news about any new books coming, and about many of my past titles that are now available in print and as e-books! In the summer of 2015 my 60th book will be published, a beautiful western love story (and a sequel to OUTLAW HEARTS) called DO NOT FORSAKE ME.

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Hopeless Romantic
Hopeless Romantic rated it 1 year ago
A bad boy hero meets his match. An unexpected chance at love heals two broken hearts. A reunion that was years in the making and a chance at a fresh start that is well worth taking. Christmas In a Cowboy's Arms is modern storytelling with a historical theme. Romance at it's best develops when th...
carolesrandomlife rated it 1 year ago
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I really enjoyed this epic story! When I started reading this book, I really didn't expect the story to be quite as big as it turned out to be. This book doesn't cover just a year or two of Jake and Miranda's life. No, this is a book tha...
Fiction Fantastic
Fiction Fantastic rated it 2 years ago
Honestly, this book would've gotten more stars from me if it had been written better. The story itself was brilliant, but I just couldn't deal with the choppy writing and endless drawn out monologing and descriptions about clothes or how beautiful someone is. The characters were also unbearably stup...
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Romance Book Reviews For You rated it 3 years ago
This is the first book I have read from this author, Rosanne Bittner. I did find that it appears to be a rerelease, which I am glad. I didn't get the chance to read it the first time it came out. This is also a book that is about 5oo pages in it. So this will be worth the money and not a quick ...
Sandra HappyGirl
Sandra HappyGirl rated it 6 years ago
I read [Punya-Reviews...] review and decided to borrow this one from my library. Not sure if I'll like it, but will give it a chance. Seems to have ok reviews here.
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