Review: Her Colorado Sheriff by Patricia Thayer

May Contain Spoilers

After Shelby’s sister is murdered by her ex, a cop, she flees Kentucky with her nephew, Ryan. She discovers that the job she was expecting to have is no more, and that the housing that came with the job is also gone. Instead, she ends up in the house Cullen just inherited. Thankfully, he’s a reasonable guy and offers to rent the cottage out back to Shelby. With his help, she also lands a job in town. But can she trust him? Cullen is the temporary sheriff in a small Colorado town, and Shelby is terrified that her sister’s murderer will track her down.

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Review: Her Small-Town Cowboy by Mia Ross

May Contain Spoilers

This book caught my eye because the hero runs a horse farm. How could I say no to that? The Love Inspired line doesn’t always work for me, and this was a case were the results were definitely mixed. I enjoy them more when they are less preachy, and more about finding inner strength and acceptance.
Mike runs his family’s struggling farm. He’s been having a hard time since the unexpected death of his father, a renowned thoroughbred trainer. He’s also carrying a huge chip on his shoulder after his wife abandoned him and his infant daughter. He’s done his best to raise her and his world revolves around her, as well as the rest of his family.

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Guest Post and Giveaway: Reckless in Texas by Kari Lynn Dell

 

This morning I have a guest post from Kari Lynn Dell, as well as a chance for you to win her new release Reckless in Texas!

What am I going to do on book release day? by Kari Lynn Dell

People ask me all the time. They have visions of champagne corks popping and confetti flying when the curtains swing back to reveal stacks of the shiny new book in all its grandeur as the smartly-dressed crowd cheers.

And it’s exactly like that, if you replace the champagne with a mug of tea, and the smartly dressed crowd with me, my cat and Max the Cowdog slouched around my laptop.

The boring truth is, for most of us release day is a virtual event and all the excitement happens online, chatting with readers via blog tours and Facebook parties and getting high fives from writer friends who know exactly how exciting/terrifying this moment is, and understand completely why you can’t decide whether to run outside and dance barefoot on the lawn or huddle in a blanket fort behind the couch. Either way I can show up in my pajamas and I don’t have to put on makeup, but it’s sort of a bummer that I don’t get to wear my truly awesome new shoes.

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Review: Texas Rebels: Jude by Linda Warren

 

May Contain Spoilers

I try to read all of the American Romances as soon as the library receives them.  I don’t usually read the book descriptions before I check them out; they are automatically added to my library basket.  While not every one is a success for me, I enjoy a majority of them.  Texas Rebels: Jude had a couple rocky issues, but overall, I did enjoy my first Linda Warren read, too.

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Review: One Rodeo Season by Sarah M Anderson

May Contain Spoilers

I am a big fan of Anderson’s writing, so I try to read her books as soon as they are released.  I loved Ian, but Lacy – I didn’t have such warm feelings for.  She loudly, and repeatedly, insists she doesn’t need anyone’s help, despite the fact that she so obviously does.  She grated constantly on my nerves.  Ian, on the other hand, made mistakes when he was younger, and strove constantly to be a better person.  This is somewhat of a challenge, because of his hot temper, but he tries oh, so hard, for the entire book.

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Review: Falling for the Rancher by Tanya Michaels @HarlequinBooks

 

May Contain Spoilers

I don’t know what the problem is, but I have been having one heck of a hard time becoming engaged in any book I pick up.  At times like this, I always reach for a Harlequin.  They are like palette cleansers for me, and help to recharge my reading mojo.  I did enjoy Falling for the Rancher, but at times I was bored and felt that the plot didn’t move swiftly enough to hold my attention.  Jarrett also burned too hot and then cold for my tastes, due to his guilt about his sister’s accident. 

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Spotlight: Come Love a Cowboy Western Romance Anthology

{Ed.  This is a great deal if you enjoy cowboy romances!}

Come Love a Cowboy Western Romance Anthology ~ only $.99

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Eight stand-alone Contemporary Western Romance novellas from Bestselling and Award-Winning Authors.
From firefighters, bronco busters, and wealthy ranchers to bad boys, we have them all for you! If you’ve ever wanted to fall in love with a sexy, alpha cowboy of today…now’s your chance.

On sale for $.99 via Amazon: http://myBook.to/Come-Love-A-Cowboy

Release date: April 1, 2016

Luke’s Fate by Kathleen Ball
Meg O’Brien hoped never to lay eyes on the one man who broke her heart. To her dismay, Luke Kelly arrives at her ranch a much different and broken man. Can Meg ever forgive his callous treatment of her and help Luke become the man he used to be?

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