This week Sharon Dunn and Mary Connealy

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Congratulations to Cindy for winning Cynthia Ruchti’s They Almost Always Come Home, to Virginia for winning Martha Rogers’s Morning for Dove, and Abi for winning Delia Latham’s Yesterday’s Promise.

This week I’m hosting Sharon Dunn with Dead Ringer and Mary Connealy with Wildflower Bride. If you want to enter the drawings, 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 The drawings end Sunday (May 23rd) evening.

Bio for Sharon Dunn:

Sharon Dunn is an award winning author who writes both humorous mysteries and romantic suspense. She had three children, a husband of twenty some years, three cats and a house filled with dust bunnies. You can read more about Sharon and her books at

Blurb for Dead Ringer:

When fly fishing guide Lucy Kimbol becomes the prime target for a serial killer, Detective Eli Hawkins steps into protect Lucy and catch the killer before it’s too late.

Bio for Mary Connealy:

Mary Connealy writes romantic comedy with cowboys. She is the author of the Lassoed in Texas series, Petticoat Ranch, the Christy Award nominated Calico Canyon and Gingham Mountain. A new series begins now. Montana Marriages, Book #1 Montana Rose, Book #2 The Husband Tree and Book #3 Wildflower Bride. A stand alone romantic comedy with cowboys, Cowboy Christmas released in September. Black Hills Blessing a 3-in-1 collection of sweet contemporary romances is in bookstores now.
A new series starts in July. The Sophie’s Daughters series. Doctor in Petticoats, Wrangler in Petticoats, Sharpshooter in Petticoats.
Sophie McClellen from Petticoat Ranch has her daughters all grown up now. You didn’t think they’d be quiet little things did you?
Find Mary online at:
Petticoats & Pistols
My Blog
My Website

Blurb for Wildflower Bride:

Glowing Sun, a white woman raised by the Flathead tribe, has never met a man she didn’t want to pull a knife on, including the man who’s determined to marry her.
Glowing Sun has vague memories of her former life, including a name—Abby Lind. When she’s forced to sever all links with her adopted Indian family, Abby wonders if she’ll ever find a home again.
Tenderhearted Wade Sawyer, responsible for Abby’s survival during the village massacre, convinces the knife-wielding woman to return with him to the Sawyer Ranch, never realizing danger lurks behind every corner. Can they survive long enough to fall in love?