This week Roxanne Rustand and Lena Nelson Dooley

» Posted on Sep 21, 2009 in Blog | 7 comments

Congratulations to Mariska for winning Kit Wilkinson’s Protector’s Honor and Traveler for winning Debbie Fuller Thomas’s Raising Rain.

This week I’m hosting Roxanne Rustand with Final Exposure and Lena Nelson Dooley with Wild West Christmas. If you want to enter the drawing for the book, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at
margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (Sept. 27th) evening.

Roxanne Rustand’s bio:

Roxanne lives in the country with her family, and a menagerie of pets that frequently find their way into her books. If not working at her day job as a registered dietitian, writing at home in her jammies, or spending time with her family, you’ll find her riding one of the family’s horses, playing with her camera, or hiding with her nose in a book.

She is the author of twenty-three romantic suspense and heart-warming relationship novels, with another five on the way. Her first manuscript won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart, and her second was a Golden Heart finalist. More recently, one of her books won RT Bookclub Magazine’s award for Best Superromance of 2006, and she was nominated for RT’s Career Achievement Award in 2005.

Visit her at her blog, “The All Creatures Great and Small Place” where authors and readers tell stories about their pets: Roxanne lives in the country with her family, and a menagerie of pets that frequently find their way into her books. If not working at her day job as a registered dietitian, writing at home in her jammies, or spending time with her family, you’ll find her riding one of the family’s horses, playing with her camera, or hiding with her nose in a book.

She is the author of twenty-three romantic suspense and heart-warming relationship novels, with another five on the way. Her first manuscript won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart, and her second was a Golden Heart finalist. More recently, one of her books won RT Bookclub Magazine’s award for Best Superromance of 2006, and she was nominated for RT’s Career Achievement Award in 2005.

Visit her at her blog, “The All Creatures Great and Small Place” where authors and readers tell stories about their pets: www.roxannerustand.blogspot.com
Or visit her at www.roxannerustand.com

Final Exposure‘s blurb:

Safety. Serenity. That’s what Jack Matthews wants, and what he seeks in Lost Falls, Montana. A quiet retreat is just what Jack and his orphaned nephew Max need–especially with gentle Erin Cole as their host. But when sirens in the night leave Max screaming over the remembered nightmares of his parents’ deaths, Jack is faced with a harsh truth. They’re not safe–not him, not Max, and especially not Erin. What is she hiding? What does the shadowy figure stalking her want? And how much will Jack have to risk to keep her safe?


Bio for Lena Nelson Dooley:

Lena Nelson Dooley is a multi-published author who likes to encourage other Christian authors. She often speaks at women’s meetings, writing meetings, and conferences. She has an official Fan page on Facebook. She and her husband have been married for 45 years. Visit her at these web sites and blogs:

www.lenanelsondooley.com
http://lenanelsondooleynewsletter.blogspot.com – Monthly free book
http://lenanelsondooley.blogspot.com – Author interviews/Free books
www.bustlesandspurs.com – Regular Blogger
www.facebook.com/lena.nelson.dooley

Here are blurbs for all four stories in the collection:

Charlsey’s Accountant
by Lena Nelson Dooley
Charlsey Ames is the son her father would never have—riding, roping,
Working the ranch with the best of them. Horace Miller III, an
Accountant from back East, is intrigued by the feminine Charlsey
Until he learns she dresses like a man out on the range. Can these
Two stop judging each other long enough to recognize the future
God has planned for them?

Lucy Ames, Sharpshooter
by Darlene Franklin
Lucy Ames’s dreams come true when her sharpshooting makes her
The star act of Major Paulson’s Wild West Show. Gordon Paulson
Is traveling with his parents for one last season before accepting a
Teaching position at West Texas Christian College. As Lucy’s and
Gordon’s love for each other grows, will God weave their gifts and
Dreams into a single calling?

A Breed Apart
by Vickie McDonough
The only thing Sarah Ames is good at is training horses. When
Her pa hires a stranger, Carson Romero, to take over her job, Sarah
Is hurt and angry. She suspects the handsome half-breed is a rustler
And keeps her eye on him, but the man seems above reproach.
When cattle go missing, Sarah no longer wants to believe Carson is
The thief. Could Carson have stolen her heart as well as the cattle?

Plain Trouble
by Kathleen Y’Barbo
Bess Ames believes the Lord created her to take care of her pa while
The other sisters were meant to be married off. Now that the last
girl’s gone, wouldn’t you know that the one man who ever made
Bess’s heart flutter, Texas Ranger Joe Mueller, is back in town? Can the plain daughter learn to believe she’s no longer Bessie Mae, plain as day?

7 Comments

  1. Oh, Count me in on both of these this week. Please

    Thanks.
    Have a wonderful week,

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  2. Please count me in for both books. The covers are wonderful and they book sound exciting. Have a great day.

    house_mouse88 at yahoo dot com

  3. Great post. Please count me ing on both books. They sound great. Blessings. AprilR

    tarenn98[at]yahoo[dot]com

  4. Nice post! I'd love to be entered in the drawing.
    Thanks for this giveaway.

    God's blessings

    marthanadnny(a)hotmail(dot)com

  5. Please cont me in for Wild West Christmas. Thank you!

    cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

  6. An insightfull post. Will definitely help.

    Thanks,
    Karim – Creating Power

  7. I really enjoy Christmas anthologies and would love to read Wild West Christmas. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

    cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

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