posted on April 22, 2022 by roxannerustand

A new release at a bargain price!

by Roxanne Rustand

It’s a dark, windy, and rainy day here, but as I look out my office windows the grass is turning a rich green and there are buds on the trees. Spring at last! I am so grateful. Taxes are done, warm weather is on the way, the last of the home repairs were finished this week (all necessitated by the derecho Iowa suffered in August, 2020) and my newest book has just been released!

When authors release a series of novels in close succession, it can be rather like spinning a number of plates in the air and hoping that they don’t crash to the floor. But as of today, the fourth book in my PG-13 Montana Secrets romantic suspense series, FINAL ESCAPE has been released, and the last book in this series will be out in May.

Here’s a quick description of FINAL ESCAPE:

When you’ve run out of places to hide, what are your chances of survival?

Carrie hoped to escape her past and find a fresh start, but this small, remote mountain town is hiding dangerous secrets, and now someone is harassing her. Has her ex-husband tracked her down? Or are the increasing threats related to the troubling rumors about her handsome new landlord? Can she trust this man with her life?

Her heart says yes, but falling in love led to disaster in the past, and now the clock is ticking.  Does she stay, or must she run?

To learn more, CLICK HERE.

I’d like to share an easy recipe with you, which is fun to make when we have weekend company to pair with various breakfast casseroles.

SPEEDY CARAMEL ROLLS

THE ROLLS:
Two tubes of refrigerator biscuits (I like Pillsbury’s Flaky Layer Grands)
1 heaping cup white sugar
1 TBSP + 2 tsp ground cinnamon

Cut biscuits in fourths with a scissors. Roll in the cinnamon/sugar mixture (you can also dip in melted butter first for more adhesion.) Drop loosely into a buttered 9×13” pan.

THE CARAMEL
3/4  cup brown sugar
3/4  cup butter
3/4  cup white sugar
3/4  cup vanilla ice cream

Melt these four ingredients in a microwave for two minutes. Stir.  Microwave another 30-45 seconds.
Pour caramel over the rolls.  Top with pecans if you wish.

Bake 20-25 minutes at 400 degrees.

Cool for five minutes, then invert pan onto a tray or into another pan, and cool

Thanks so much for reading my blog post!

Roxanne Rustand
USA Today bestselling author

Roxanne Rustand

Roxanne Rustand

Roxanne Rustand is the award-winning author of forty romantic suspense and heart-warming romance novels for Superromance, Heartwarming, Everlasting, Love Inspired, Love Inspired Suspense, and the sweet (clean and wholesome) romance genre. You can find her new releases at: https://www.roxannerustand.com/book-table and find her blog or newsletter sign-up form at: https:// www.roxannerustand.com She's living her childhood dream while living on an acreage in the country with her husband, three horses, a golden retriever rescue, a rambunctious puppy, and six fluffy barn cats--a much smaller menagerie than when their three kids were still at home. Ranches, animals, and small-town life frequently find their way into her books.

https://www.roxannerustand.com

Roxanne Rustand Contest

Roxanne Rustand is giving away an eBook copy of THE LAST CHRISTMAS PUPPY to one winner and a $10.00 Amazon egift card to a second winner.

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2 thoughts on “A new release at a bargain price!”

  1. Amber says:

    🤤

  2. Debra Hicks says:

    Your book sounds really good! This recipe sounds delicious. Thanks for adding those. I think I’ll try making this

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