POSTED FRIDAY SEPT. 23rd, 2011
Our latest REVOLVING BOOK is by SUZIE QUINT
TITLE: A KNIGHT IN COWBOY BOOTS
GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
PUBLISHER: PINK PETAL BOOKS http://bit.ly/pL6USv
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When Zach McKnight, an irresistible oil rig worker with a thick-as-honey Texan drawl, first pokes into the secrets surrounding the mysterious Maddie Wells, he has no idea that the chance encounter will change his life forever. Maddie Wells is on the run with Jesse, the infant son of her murdered sister. The boy’s father isn’t far behind. He wants his son and is willing to kill to get him. Zach is intrigued from the first moment he sees the dark haired beauty in a hotel, but getting his hard working hands on her delectable body is more easily dreamt than achieved. He gets shot for his trouble, by Maddie no less, and sucked into the web of lies and fear that surround her.
Great read! Intersecting and weaving the storyline to have it come back around to past and present characters was really good. I enjoyed it and hated going to work in the middle of the ‘book’. Sign me up for your next book!
A Knight in Cowboy Boots is quite original, and Quint deals with the conflicts and mysteries very well. These are just ordinary folks, caught up in a bad situation, but they stick together to help Maddie extricate herself from the mess. This is a nice little love story, with scarred but very believable characters that I liked a lot.
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AUTHOR BIO: Suzie Quint has always been fascinated with the human psyche, so she can imagine no better way to explore the human condition than through the characters she writes. Finding the happy ending for the people who inhabit her worlds is the best job anyone could have. Getting to share them with others… It doesn’t get any better than that.
I’m having a contest on September 25th. I will be giving an ebook of A Knight in Cowboy Boots to anyone who comments on my blog. http://suziequint.blogspot.com/
He grabbed her hips, trying to force her to be still. “Stop. St—st—stop.”
“Now what?” Maddie’s tone hinted at annoyance, but her eyes gleamed with amusement.
Zach took several deep breaths. Finally, he swallowed once, hard. “What?”
“You just keep slowing things down. Last time it was ‘I’ll finish first.’ Is that it? Do you have a problem with . . . ” Maddie waved a hand, like that was supposed to tell him what she was thinking. “Premature—”
“No!” Zach shouted, appalled she would even think . . .
“Then what?” Her previous amusement was fading.
Zach closed his eyes and gritted his teeth. Lord, give me strength. “I don’t have a condom.”
“You don’t have a condom?” Maddie repeated as though he’d said he’d forgotten to bring his balls.
“Hey! I thought I was going to church with Jake and Rachel,” Zach said, defending himself. “Somehow it seems like God might doubt my sincerity if I start packing condoms to church!”
He could hear a desperate edge in Maddie’s laughter, but at least she was laughing.
“I don’t know why that’s so damn funny. You didn’t bring your gun to church either.”