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Thursday, August 27, 2015

#NewRelease -- Kaye Spencer's A Permanent Woman and Jacquie Roger's Don’t Go Snaring My Heart--#Giveaway

 Kaye Spencer's A Permanent Woman


Widower Simon Driscoll lost his only son and daughter-in-law, with whom he was estranged, in a cholera epidemic. He receives a letter as next of kin granting him custody of his three grandchildren, whom he has never met. The children are in an orphanage, and he cannot take custody unless he shows up with a wife and the documentation to prove the marriage is legal. He has 90 days before he loses his grandchildren, and a month has already passed. Desperate men take desperate measures…

Reputation tarnished and professional career compromised, Tessa Morris wants to start a new life—somewhere, anywhere, as long as that place is far away from here. The problem is, where? Other than attending a university, she’s never lived anywhere else. As the community’s latest pariah, the life and career she’s built in her hometown is finished. At 42, her future seems grim at best. When she happens upon a recent edition of the Matrimony Courier, she finds herself intrigued by one of the advertisements for a wife. That she doesn’t meet any of the qualifications doesn’t bother her in the least, because desperate women take desperate measures…



Jacquie Roger's Don’t Go Snaring My Heart

Alone in the high-mountain desert, self-sufficient Betsy Lynch is determined to eke out a living selling goat cheese while she fulfills her father’s dream to find a rich silver lode. Claim jumpers threaten to take everything she holds dear, so Betsy uses a bullwhip, her wiles, traps, goats, and an attack rooster to defend her land. 

Rancher Dex Madsen needs to feed his hungry crew. He tracks a herd of pronghorn and shoots one, then steps into Betsy's snare and is jerked upside down. The goats and rooster attack before Betsy cuts him down, and soon he's neck deep in her fight to protect the claim. But can he get past that killer chicken to claim her heart? 


Return to southwest Idaho in the 1880s in Jacquie Roger's acclaimed Hearts of Owyhee series.




If you leave a comment for Kaye or Jacquie, you will be entered in a drawing for a free ecopy of both stories.

12 comments:

  1. Nothing better than a good western romance and here are two for me to enjoy. Thanks

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Debby. Happy reading!

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  2. Two wonderful stories, unique in characters searching for what will make their lives full. These stories sound like they will fit the bill. Readers can't help but love these stories. Doris/Angela

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    1. Aw, shucks. I'm so glad you enjoyed them, Doris. :)

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  3. Kaye and Jacquie, I am so happy for you and your new releases. I wish both of you happiness and success.

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  4. A couple of great reads! Congrats on getting them out there as single sell stories.

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    1. My next story won't be late, but you might send those flying monkeys after all. I'm going to stay hidden.

      I absolutely love being a PRP author because of the creative latitude. It flat out works. Kudos to you and Livia.

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    2. Naw, I'll save them for when they're needed. You live a "fur piece". LOL I'm so glad you're a ROSE, Jacquie! Livia and I are thrilled with PRP and the authors we have with us.
      Cheryl

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  5. Thanks, one and all, for the well-wishes. And particular thanks to Cheryl and Livia for this opportunity. I'm tickled pink. *grin*

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    1. Congrats to you, Kaye, and best of luck with A Permanent Woman!

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    2. Kaye, you're welcome--we're so glad you're with us and I'M glad I twisted your arm for so long that you finally sent me something! LOL Hugs, girl.
      Cheryl

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