And it’s all my fault. I loved, absolutely loved writing about those dark-haired, dark-eyed Texas cowboys, the Garahan brothers. But I have to say so long to Pleasure, Texas for the moment because I’ll be spending the next few books in Apple Grove, Ohio writing about small town life and love. The first book in the series A WEDDING IN APPLE GROVE releases on November 6th.
Funny thing though, in Jesse’s story (bk 3 in my hot cowboy series for Sourcebooks) two of their NYC firefighting cousins and two of their Colorado lawmen cousins show up to lend a hand…and funnier still is the fact that one of the NYC Garahan firefighting cousins shows up in Apple Grove, Ohio. Who knew? Apparently Patrick Garahan did. He wanted me to pay attention because in his book (book 3 of my small town series for Sourcebooks) he finally gets to have his story told, but not without his Texas cousins. That’s right, Tyler, Dylan and Jesse–and their families–will be making the trip to Apple Grove for Patrick and Grace’s wedding…but there’s a whole lot more storytelling before we get to that point. Did I mention that Patrick Garahan has brothers…they’re auburn-haired, amber-eyed, broad-shouldered men who have dedicated their lives to their jobs…but like I said…there are two other books that come first.
So although I’m leaving Pleasure, Texas for the next few books, those Garahans have weedled their way into my heart and my books. I have to find my notes because I can’t remember how many Garahan brothers there are in NYC! LOL! Yes, this is my brain on deadline. I’ve just turned in the edits for the 2nd book in my small town series ONE DAY IN APPLE GROVE and am writing Patrick Garahan’s story: WELCOME BACK TO APPLE GROVE.
Soooo, as a way of saying so long–and not goodbye–I’m giving away a signed copy of JESSE to one lucky reader who answers the question: Do you read across genres or stick to one genre only, and if you do, why? I’m going to let random.org select one winner so be sure to leave your name and email address so I can get in touch with you.