New Cowboy and a Freebie!

Hi! It’s Donna Michaels and I’m excited to finally have a new Harland County release this week! It’s been 11 months since my last one. Well, sort of, I did have a crossover in December, but that’s still too long! I’m happy to say I will have 3 more this year. 🙂

Here’s a peek at the sexy Jesse Briscoe…

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When Lacey Turner’s father contracted AIDs from a transfusion when she was five, her rough childhood made her strong and self-sufficient, so butting heads with the guy her brother leaves in charge of the ranch while he’s away is as inevitable as her attraction to the hot cowboy.

Jesse Briscoe’s word is his bond. Too bad he agreed to watch over his friend’s ranch and sister while his buddy was away. The hellcat is as spoiled and self-serving as she is beautiful. But he’d witnessed firsthand what a woman like that can do to a man when his mother decided she no longer wanted to be a wife and mother and left when he was nine.

Worn down by a desire too strong to ignore, the two give in to their heated attraction, but will they give up control long enough to discover the truth behind their attitudes?


“Did you chase my date away?”

A broad shoulder lifted. “He forgot he had something to do.”

“Are you kidding me?” She jammed her hands on her hips, white hot anger momentarily making the room fade. That was two. “You chased away two cowboys tonight. Why? You got something against me getting laid?”

“That’s why.” His head jerked back with disapproval darkening his gaze. “You’re being reckless.”

“Reckless?” She tossed her hands in the air and blinked. “Are you fucking serious? I go out dancing one night in over a year and I’m being reckless?”

“Yes. And lower your voice.”

Oh. My. God. Now he was trying to control her tone? She sucked in a breath, held it two beats then slowly released it. “Fine. Is there a cowboy in here that meets with your approval?”


“You didn’t even look.”

“Don’t have to.” He shrugged. “You’re not taking any damn cowboy back to your brother’s place.”

She cocked her head and curved her lips into a slow grin. “How about a cowgirl?”

At that, he blinked, and a brief flash of heat skitter through his gaze before dissipating. “Quit jerking around.”

“I haven’t started. You won’t let me.” That flash of heat gave her and idea. She sauntered close and ran her finger down his chest and abs to linger near his belt buckle. “Since you won’t let me bring a cowboy to Jace’s place, how about I take you? Then you can take me.”







Book 3: Kade—HER UNIFORM COWBOY (Award Winner)
Book 4: Kevin—HER FOREVER COWBOY (Award Winner)
Book .05: Jen & Brock—HARLAND COUNTY CHRISTMAS (prequel novella)
Book 8: HER HELL YEAH COWBOY (Harland County/Sable Hunter Crossover Novella – Rel. Aug/2016)
Book 9: Keiffer—HER TROUBLED COWBOY (Citizen Soldier Crossover Novel-Rel. Nov/2016)



To celebrate the release of Book 7, I have Book 6 up for FREE at these outlets:





Thanks so much for reading,




About DonnaMichaels

I'm an award winning, NYT & USA Today bestselling author of Romaginative fiction. I write Romance through the H's-Hot, Humorous & Heartwarming.
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6 Responses to New Cowboy and a Freebie!

  1. Clare O'Beara says:

    Nice cover! Do you have to use strong language in the books? You may think it’s everyday speech, but it’s really not.

    • DonnaMichaels says:

      Thanks, Clare! I’m sorry. Didn’t need to offend. My books are very tame in language compared to some authors. That said, this particular heroine is my most mouthy, but she has a reason and I had to stay true to her character. I don’t foresee any future heroine’s dropping those words, as I said, Lacey is unique. As for reality, having traveled across the country to many conferences, unfortunately, my heroine’s speech is tame. I’ve heard much more come out of people’s mouths in everyday conversation, and sometimes it’s the women who are the worst. 😦

  2. Shirley Long says:

    Hey Donna, thanks for the freebie. Looking forward to #7.
    And the language??? That’s “real” life talking. No, everyone doesn’t talk that way, but that’s why we call it fiction. We get to live vicariously thru your characters. If it’s offending to some, then they shouldn’t buy the book. Simple, huh??

  3. tiss81 says:

    Hi Donna. Well, I guess I’m going to weight in on the language comments. I have a barn mouth, and sometimes I don’t watch what I say and to whom. So I may offend people and don’t even realize it. My son says he has a cuss jar and he could really make some money off me, if I was around him more. LOL. I’ve bought the book. Don’t know when I’ll have time to read it, but it will be on my Kindle when I do. Thanks for continuing the series.

    • DonnaMichaels says:

      Hi Tiss81,
      I drop a few here and there, but not usually the fbomb. I do like to people watch, and I have observed many who don’t cuss and many who do. This heroine fell into the latter category. It doesn’t mean she curses in every sentence, lol, but if she’s mad, it comes out. 🙂

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