This week Patricia Johns and Janet Chester Bly with a Giveaway

» Posted on Dec 29, 2014 in Blog | 8 comments

Congratulations to Ann for winning Angel Moore’s Conveniently Wed and to Connie for winning Donita Paul’s Two Renegade Realms.

This week I’m hosting Patricia Johns with The Rancher’s City Girl (no giveaway) and Janet Chester Bly with Wind in the Wires (US and Canada print book and PDF worldwide). If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post 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 (Jan. 4th) evening.

Thumbnail.ThumbnailServletBio for Patricia Johns:

Patricia Johns began her writing career with a degree in English Literature and a tiny apartment in a bad part of town. She took her starving artist days seriously and quit her sensible full time job in favor of part time gigs, much to her parents’ horror. It paid off, however, with her first published novel. That was more than ten years ago, and in the meantime, she has written several novels in other genres, but has always longed to write Harlequin romance. Her dream came true with her first release in July, 2013. This is her second Love Inspired release, with another scheduled to come out in May 2015.

You can find her on Facebook, where she’s always thrilled to meet up with other book lovers:

You can also find her on her blog, where she posts about her life and the romances she concocts:

Blurb for The Rancher’s City Girl by Patricia John:

When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman—a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows firsthand about love and loss. Neither of them is looking for a new romance, and Cory certainly isn’t searching for love. But can the independent city girl heal the heart of a broken cowboy?

PrintBio for Janet Chester Bly:

Janet Chester Bly is a city girl with a country heart. She doesn’t corral horses or mow her own lawn. “I’m no womba woman,” she says. But she followed her husband award-winning western author Stephen Bly to the Idaho mountain top village of Winchester to write books and minister to a small church. When she lost him, she stayed. She manages the online Bly Books bookstore, rakes lots of Ponderosa pine needles and cones, and survives the long winter snows.

Janet Chester Bly has authored and co-authored with Stephen 32 nonfiction and fiction books for adults and kids. Wind in the Wires is her first solo adult novel. 

Blurb for Wind in the Wires by Janet Chester Bly:

A cowgirl searches for love and family. An old man seeks justice. They take a journey together that exposes lies and betrayal. Will the truth be too hard for either to bear?



  1. would love to win.

  2. Would love to win. I’ve followed Stephen Bly for some time. I love his books. I know Janet helped him wssrite some of them so I’m looking forward to eading her book.

  3. The Blys have been our favorite authors for years. They are some of the few authors we re-read multiple times, over the years. We’re really looking forward to this book.

  4. Nice blurbs

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  5. Thanks for the opportunity.

  6. Keeping my fingers crossed!

    melback at cebridge dot net

  7. Both books look fabulous.


  8. Thank you for the opportunity to win one of these wonderful books. They both sound quite good. My e-mail address: Happy New Year to you and your family. May the Lord bless you abundantly in the New Year.

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