Yes, it’s that time of year when holiday shopping is at its peak and people are supposed to be going nuts in the stores searching for that perfect gift. And where am I? At my desk feverishly trying to wrap up several projects by the end of the year!
Am I sad that I’m stuck inside when I should be out shopping? Not really. The storm of the season socked us in with ice and snow. The roads are treacherous with ice so I might as well stay home and do what I’m supposed to be doing to achieve the rest of my 2013 goals.
I did some of my shopping online and I’m waiting for it all to be delivered by mail. I still have a few more gifts to purchase and a trip to my family 4.5 hours away to deliver. Yes, tis the season to go crazy. Who has time to work?
If you get the chance to read…check out my latest release in the UGLY STICK SALOON series:
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BOOTS AND BUCKLES is Mona’s story, for those who’ve been waiting patiently for her happy ending.
Sometimes, a girl has to take more than one bull by the horns.
Mona Daley has had her fill of rodeo cowboys. Especially after Grant Raleigh and his partner blew through town three years ago. A torrid affair, a promise to return, then…nothing.
Chalking it up to girl-in-every-town syndrome, she swore off buckle-bearing cowpokes and never looked back. Now she’s working nights at the Ugly Stick Saloon to make enough money to save her beauty salon.
Grant has plans for his return to Mona’s life, plans that include groveling at her feet for another chance. Except his roping partner, Sam Whitefeather, gets to her first—and it looks like they’ve hit it off.
If he thought Mona didn’t harbor feelings for him, Grant would be the decent guy, step aside, and let her be happy. But one look, one touch on the dance floor and he finds himself falling all over again. He’s determined to prove his sincerity and that he’s the better man for her. Even if it means squaring off in the hottest arena imaginable—the bedroom.
Warning: The rodeo’s coming to town and there’s nothing two hot cowboys can’t do with a rope, a willing woman, and a lot of imagination.