Hello friends! I have TWO, count em TWO releases coming out in December from Secret Cravings Publishing.
A Special Kind of Love… and
I have also been contracted for the third book in the Circle R Ranch series, Fetching Love, that one will release in May of 2014.
Looks like a lot of LOVE! right?
So today I am going to give you a sneak peak at my two December releases:
Through Fights and Fire, Prejudice and Passion, Burns A Special Kind of Love
A Special Kind of Love
A divorced school teacher, estranged from her family, wants to start over. Sharon Daily moves to Gaines, Wyoming with her ten year old autistic son, Aaron. She hoped to find kindness and acceptance in this small town. She wasn’t looking for love…
Tanner West, the Fire Chief of Gaines, seems to have it all. Great job, loving family, and any woman he wants to warm his bed at night. But, Tanner has suffered too. A Native American in a white world, he longs to find love and acceptance. He is ready for more than someone to share his bed. He wants someone to share his life. And Sharon really lights his fire.
Making a life with Sharon will require A Special Kind of Love.
Boy oh boy, this man was trouble. He was slowly tearing down the wall she’d built around her heart, brick by brick. Could any man be this perfect? He must have some faults. Maybe he was a chauvinist pig… no, didn’t seem like it. He was kind to animals and children, he was a fireman, he looked like sex on a stick. What could be wrong with him? Maybe he snored. Oh, wouldn’t she like to find out?
Tanner was thunder struck the moment he saw Sharon. Damn that woman was fine, and that kid of hers… wow, he was smart. He might be a little different, but Tanner really liked him. He loved kids and he had no problem with dating a woman with children. If he was lucky he’d be dating this one soon.
He looked down at the woman walking beside him and smiled. She was everything he loved about a woman wrapped up in a cute little package. Golden blonde hair was secured to the top of her head in a ponytail, he bet it would reach her waist when it was loose. Her body was curvy in all the right places, her breasts more than filled out the tee shirt she was wearing and those hips, dang he could just imagine holding onto them while she rode him, instead of Big Red. Whoa buddy, better watch what you’re thinking or you’re going to have an obvious reaction.
Tanner is one sexy hero!
Want to meet Chase?
Chasing Love, Book 2 Circle R Ranch – Tamara Hoffa
Samantha Cross went out in search of a one night stand to celebrate her thirtieth birthday. She found more than she was looking for, when her sexy cowboy turned out to be her new neighbor, and seven years younger than her too.
Chase Ryan was looking for the one. He found her and she disappeared on him into the night. When he shows up at her door with an apple pie, the fun begins.
Samantha may run, but he is Chasing Love.
Chase looked up from his beer when the bar door opened again, and his eyes widened. Hot damn! There was a goddess standing in the doorway. Holy shit, that was one hot woman… and that hair? He could already feel it sliding against his skin as she rode him like a wild stallion. Bet it will feel like silk.
The woman must be visiting in town, because he’d never seen her before, and unfortunately, he knew all the locals. Fresh meat. Yee haw, he knew the filly he was going after tonight. The goddess had paused at the entrance and scanned the interior, once she had her bearings she headed to the bar.
Chase let her settle into her seat and order her drink before he made his move. The bartender sat what looked like a strawberry daiquiri in front of the woman, as Chase walked up to her side. She swiveled on her stool to face him and gave a thorough once over. Her gaze swept from his face down to the tips of his polished cowboy boots and then back up again, pausing for a long moment on his groin, which swelled behind his zipper at her perusal.
When she finally made it back to his face, their eyes locked. Hers were gleaming with interest and a smile curved her lips.
Chase cocked a brow and tipped his hat, “Hello, beautiful. I hate to sound cliché, but are you new around these parts?”
Samantha laughed, “Hello yourself, cowboy. I don’t think I’ll answer your question. I prefer to be a woman of mystery.”
“Mystery is good. Can I at least get your name? Or should I just call you angel?”
Eyes dancing with delight, she held out her dainty little hand, “Samantha.”
His hand engulfed hers. The softest skin he had ever felt slid against his calloused paw, “Chase.”
“It’s nice to meet you, Chase. But, I think I’ll just call you cowboy.”