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About patyjag

Paty Jager is an award-winning author of 30+ novels, novellas, and short stories of murder mystery, western romance, and action adventure. All her work has Western or Native American elements in them along with hints of humor and engaging characters. Paty and her husband raise alfalfa hay in rural eastern Oregon. Riding horses and battling rattlesnakes, she not only writes the western lifestyle, she lives it.

Can a Bad Boy become a Good Man? by Paty Jager

I’m working on a new historical western series set around the Silver Dollar Saloon in Shady Gulch, Dakota Territory.  The series will revolve around characters who work at or frequent the Silver Dollar Saloon. The owner has a past, all … Continue reading

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Cowboy Six Pack

I’m excited to tell you about 6 contemporary cowboy novellas in one Cowboy Six Pack! It’s $.99 or FREE with Kindle Unlimited. The heat level rises with each story in the set. Every woman loves a six-pack! Six sexy cowboy … Continue reading

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Excited to Share by Paty Jager

What am I excited to share with you? The news I received this month. The third book of my Letters of Fate historical western romance series is a nominee for the RONE award. What is the RONE award? Books  that … Continue reading

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Summer Fun by Paty Jager

I’ll be in Deadwood, SD, June 9th and 10th attending the Wild Deadwood Reads. I’m excited to be one of the authors sponsoring a bus to the 1880’s Black Hills train ride and seating at the rodeo Friday night.  If … Continue reading

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Everyone Remembers their First by Paty Jager

  Saddle up for a sexy ride with 18 bestselling and award winning authors as they share with you their first in a series. These cowboys will claim your heart with their rough edges and raw emotions. Dust off your … Continue reading

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That Awkward Moment by Paty Jager

I don’t know how many of  you feel like this week between Christmas and New Years is awkward. Any hands raised? Any heads nodding? It always feels awkward to me. You want to keep celebrating Christmas but the stores put … Continue reading

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Rowdy Rodeo Doin’s by Paty Jager

I’m excited to say Bridled Heart, my contemporary western romance, I’m re-releasing December 1st is full of rodeo rowdiness. When I came up with the idea or write about a bareback bronc rider and contacted four-time National Bareback Champion Bobby … Continue reading

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Do Jeans Make the Cowboy? By Paty Jager

Levi Strauss made the first pair of blue jeans in 1873. He, and another man, Jacob Davis, received the patent to put rivets on the points of strain on a pair of denim pants.  They were first called “waist overalls” … Continue reading

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Why I Write Western Romance by Paty Jager

I’d feel lower than a snake’s belly if I didn’t inform you all about the charm of western romance novels whether they’re historical or contemporary. We’ve all felt that visceral pull when a man in tight blue jeans, cowboy boots, … Continue reading

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#StrongWomen #Giveaway

Only 4 days left! To get your name in the pot for a chance at a $1000.00 gift card! What: Strong Women Giveaway Who: 150 authors across multiple genres and heat levels Why: Because strong women need to be celebrated … Continue reading

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