Sandra Jones is Giving Away a Cute Pistol Necklace!

I’m so thankful to Wild & Wicked Cowboys for letting me visit with you today. My latest release, Her Wicked Captain, is the first book in a new historical romance series, The River Rogues. These bad boy gamblers and gunslingers indulge their vices on steamboats on the Mississippi River—think pistol duels, cardsharps, and sultry nights.

To celebrate the book launch, I’m giving away a cute pistol necklace and nail art kit to one lucky commenter.

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She played right into his hands.

Possessing uncanny people-reading skills like her mama, Philadelphia “Dell” Samuels has spent thirteen years in her aunt’s rustic Ozarks home, telling fortunes over playing cards and trying to pass as white. But the treacherous Mississippi River childhood her mama dragged her away from finally catches up to her on a steamboat captained by her old friend Rory Campbell.

Known to his crew as the Devil’s Henchman, Rory is a gambler in need of a miracle. Following the cold trail of his boss’s wife and bastard daughter, Dell, Rory has only one goal in mind: saving his crew from the boss’s cruelty by ruining him. The only one who can defeat the Monster of the Mississippi is the man trained to take his place. Rory’s convinced he can lure his boss into a high-stakes game against a rival, and with Dell’s people-reading skills, the monster will lose everything.

Under Rory’s tutelage and protection, Dell agrees to the tortured captain’s plan. Passion and peril quickly bring them together as lovers. But when Rory’s plan goes awry, the lives of the innocent depend on Dell’s ability to read the situation correctly—and hopefully save them all.

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Excerpt

Vaguely she heard a clink and the sound of a bottle stopper. Then whiskey vapors burned in her nose as the rim of a glass touched her lips. A warm hand held her jaw steady, then she swallowed the liquid fire.

Warmth surrounded her suddenly. She forced her eyes open and found she was wrapped in a soft blanket in the circle of Rory’s arms. He carried her to the middle of the bed and climbed beneath the covers with her. Her cheeks went hot, thinking him naked, until she felt the caress of fine cotton against her side and realized he’d put breeches on while her eyes had been shut. She wriggled to give him space.

“Be still while I warm you.” His whispered command roused suspicion in her sluggish brain. How did he intend to do that? His hand rested on her bare stomach as his lips pressed against her neck. Delight curled through her as she felt the tip of his tongue trace her skin, his teeth grazing over her collarbone. His warm breath rushed out as he spoke across her, “I dreamt of you this way, but the reality is infinitely better.”

His thoughtful ministrations were too much, causing her composure to crumble. With the help of the whiskey that he’d poured down her throat, she found her voice. “I’m sorry I ruined your g-game. I’m s-sorry about Molly’s dress, and—”

“Philadelphia.” He pushed up on one elbow to look down at her, and his hair fell in shaggy waves around his face, reminding her of when he was an awkward youth. Charming. “That game meant nothing. It was supposed to be practice for you, and you were brilliant. The dress—I confess you were fetching in that dress, but I’ll buy Molly another. I’ll buy you scads more. I’m the one who should be apologizin’ for taking you there with little protection. I should grovel at your lovely feet.” He kissed the valley of her throat and his hair brushed her chin. He murmured, “Actually, I think I will.”

The bed shifted under his weight and he disappeared underneath the blanket. She lifted her head to see what he was doing when his large form maneuvered beneath the covers. Again she wondered at his intentions until she felt his coarse hands curling around her calves and his lips on the soles of her feet.

The tickle of his stubbled mouth sent vibrations humming through her. She squealed and clawed the bed, struggling against the impulse to kick. “Stop, stop!” she laughed.

Obediently, he left her feet, turning his kisses to her ankles, causing waves of heat to travel up her limbs. Higher and higher, his lips inched over her, pressing more tiny kisses along the inside of her leg.

Suddenly Rosemary Hughes’s priggish life as a schoolmistress dimmed in comparison to tonight’s adventures.

“Is it working?” he murmured between kisses.

“What? Oh. Yes.”

 Praise for HER WICKED CAPTAIN:

From Ramblings from This Chick: Sandra engages the reader with a range of emotions from hate to love and jealousy…This was definitely a fabulous read. 5 STARS

From Patty McKenna Van Hulle for Avon Romance: Ms. Jones gets my top score of 5 fingers up & 10 toes & pretty please WRITE FASTER!

From Kilts and Swords: This book was an exciting read about gamblers and revenge. Dell and her wicked captain are exciting characters and I enjoyed the journey they embark upon together.

From The Blogger Girls: Rory and Dell were great together.

Buy Links for HER WICKED CAPTAIN

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Her-Wicked-Captain-River-Rogues-ebook/dp/B00M497W56/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410398050&sr=8-1&keywords=her+wicked+captain

B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/her-wicked-captain-sandra-jones/1120006611?ean=9781619223752

Kobo: http://store.kobobooks.com/en-US/ebook/her-wicked-captain

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/her-wicked-captain/id903379545?mt=11

Website: http://www.sandrajonesromance.com

Every lady needs a pistol! I’ll choose one commenter for the winner of my cute little revolver necklace AND I’ll throw in a nail art kit with little playing card stickers—perfect for a poker night in Vegas…or maybe just for playing solitaire!

For a chance to win both, just tell me what your favorite game is in the comments.

Good luck!

–Sandra

xoxo

 

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Writer of Erotic Romances - "Rode Hard and Put Up Satisfied"
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37 Responses to Sandra Jones is Giving Away a Cute Pistol Necklace!

  1. Kara says:

    This book sounds amazing!! I’m going to have to read!

  2. debby236 says:

    My favorite card game? I love playing Hearts. I like poker but do get a many opportunities.
    debby236@gmail dot com

  3. Robyn says:

    My fave would be gin rummy. Always play it around the holidays with the family. Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. Hi Sandra

    I enjoyed reading your synopsis and excerpt.

    My favorite game to play is Scrabble with my sisters. We trash talk and all kinds of other stuff. 🔫

  5. Ps not a card game…Scrabble. Card game would be gin rummy.

  6. lisagk2014 says:

    Favorite card game is probably Liverpool Rummy. Favorite other game Catch Phrase. Thanks for the contest. Loved the excerpt.

  7. Ruth says:

    Scene it Games. Ruthmarie94 ( at ) Hotmail.com

  8. Ronnie c says:

    I’m addicted to Blackjack !

  9. darholley1 says:

    My favorite card game is 5 card draw. Thank you for the chance to win such a cute necklace!!

  10. laurellasky says:

    I loved the excerpt. My favorite card game is canasta, spades, hearts and at a casino 21.

  11. mjmgma says:

    Sounds good, adding this one to my wish list. Thanks for the chance to win.

  12. mjmgma says:

    Forgot to say my favorite card game is Liverpool Rummy.

  13. Terri Shortell says:

    Texas Hold’em is my favorite game. Seven of us get together every two weeks and play until early morning. I sleep late the next day but it’s a lot of fun. Lol. The necklace is beautiful and would love to win it. It would be awesome to be able to wear it and do my nails with the art before playing. The book sounds great and put it on my wish list. Thanks for the review and giveaway.

  14. Crystal says:

    My hubby taught me to play pitch when we were dating. I have some very found memories of playing pitch together with family and friends.

    This book sounds awesome by the way and I LOVE the necklace!!!

  15. texas holdem! and I love my 38 pistol

  16. April Hess says:

    I’m a Texas hold them fan

  17. Lesia Chambliss says:

    I like 21 (Vingt et em)!

  18. This sounds really interesting 🙂 I love playing TEXAS HOLD’EM.

  19. carol L says:

    I love the excerpt. Going on my wishlist now. Thanks for sharing. I used to love Canasta with my brothers and sisters. But it’s been a long time since we played. I also love Scrabble , the board game. Cute little pistol necklace.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol ( dot) com

  20. Lori Meehan says:

    Fav card game it pinocle (sp) but I’ve not played for years now.

  21. Clare O'Beara says:

    Cards, I like a game called Fluxx in which the rules are in a state of flux. But you need special cards. These feature chocolate milkshakes and a rocket to the moon among other imagery. Great fun.

  22. cct082073 says:

    My favorite card game is Tezas Hold ‘Em.
    Sounds awesome- I’ll definitely be checking into it.

  23. suzlyne says:

    Loved the excerpt! My dad and I used to play Blackjack during the winter months when it was too dark and cold to play outside. Or we would play Othello. This was back when we only had 4 channels on the TV. 🙂

  24. Marie says:

    My favorite card game is blackjack. I also love to play solitaire. Love this necklace.

  25. Debbie Watson says:

    Favorite card game is blackjack!

  26. Jodi Knecht says:

    book sounds awesome!!

  27. cmucha319 says:

    I love to play Euchre and Pinochle

  28. Sydney Ryann says:

    I’m a blackjack girl. 🙂

  29. JeanMP says:

    My favorite would be gin rummy. Cute necklace

  30. Ginger Ring says:

    I love that necklace and the book sounds great! I love trivia games but if I am at the casino, I play the slots.

  31. retta lindi says:

    Mexican train dominoes , or uno with my family, thanks for the contest

  32. Patti says:

    I like to play Solitaire!

  33. Mina Gerhart says:

    Awesome excerpt, LOVE how Rory cares for Dell. The necklace pistol ROCKS! If I’m at a casino I’ll usually play the Slots, at home Black Jack is my game or a trivia game. Thanks for the cool contest Sandra.

    Mindy 🙂
    Birdsooong@comcast.net

  34. laineslite says:

    I love Canasta but grew up from a toddler with a deck of cards in my hands along with all my siblings and their kids as well due to my card carrying grandparents. We would play rummy, baseball, blackjack and more growing up at their house and we always played for pennies, nickels and dimes. I love cards to this day thanks to them. Great memories.

  35. Angela Lucas says:

    Sounds very interesting!

  36. Deb says:

    My favorite game would be solitaire. I’d don’t play cards much, rather be reading.

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