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Tuesday, June 3, 2014


Everybody loves cowboys! Now in this special six-book box set, meet the best of the tall, dark, and handsome cowboys and get ready for the ride of your life . . .

SOMEBODY LIKE YOU by Lynnette Austin: Cash thought he had plenty of time to find the right woman-until he learns that he must marry soon or lose his family's Texas farm. When Boston beauty Annelise enters his life, Cash wonders if she's what he's been looking for all along.

AIN'T MISBEHAVING by Molly Cannon: After her ex-husband leaves her for another woman, Marla Jean won't settle for another lonely night. And her childhood crush, Jake, may just be the right man to help make this good girl go a little bad.

THE SWEET SPOT by Laura Drake: Charla Rae thought she was over her ex-husband-they'd both been through too much together. But when the championship bull rider comes back into town and offers to help with her ranch, will he also convince her to give their love a second chance?

LOOKING FOR TROUBLE by Erin Kern: Fleeing her rich, overbearing family, Avery makes her way to Trouble, Wyoming. She soon tries things the old Avery wouldn't dare, like having a sizzling affair with her sexy new boss, Noah-and discovering he's just the kind of trouble she needs.

GOING COWBOY CRAZY by Katie Lane: When Faith is mistaken for her identical twin sister in Bramble, Texas, there's bound to be trouble-especially with her sister's ex-boyfriend Slate.

MONTANA LEGACY by R. C. Ryan: When Amy left Jesse, she broke his heart. Now she's back in town and stirs his old desires, even as she promises to help him find his family's gold. But under the prairie skies an unseen enemy is closing in to threaten their love-and their lives.

About the Authors
You can learn about Lynnette Austin at:

You can learn about Molly Cannon at:
Twitter @cannonmolly

You can learn about Laura Drake at:
Twitter @PBRWriter

You can learn about Erin Kern at:
Twitter @ErinKern

You can learn about Katie Lane at:
Twitter @ktlane3

You can learn about R.C. Ryan at:
Twitter @RuthRyanLangan

Q&A with all the Authors 

What is something on your bucket list?
R.C. RYAN- A tour of Italy, which I hope to do in the next year or so. I want to see all the famous art I've only read about.  Walk through ancient buildings. Tour vineyards. And eat.  And eat.  And did I mention eating?  

ERIN KERN- I’ve always wanted to ride a hot air balloon!

KATIE LANE- I want to eat my way through Italy.  Spaghetti, lasagna, gelato . . . Mama Mia!

LAURA DRAKE- A motorcycle trip to Alaska and a paddlewheel cruise down the Mississippi.

MOLLY CANNON- I would love to spend a week sitting on a balcony in Sienna, Italy gazing at the view. Bliss!

LYNETTE AUSTIN- I want to ride a Zamboni machine in the worst way! The rink is always so crisp and fresh feeling, and I absolutely love watching the trail of glistening ice the Zamboni leaves behind. 

What’s your top 5 playlist for your books?
Anything by Rascal Flats, but especially The Broken Road.
Bruno Mars: I Hope He Brings You Flowers
Pharrell Williams: Happy (I can't get it out of my head.)
Say Something.  (really haunting.)
Ray Charles: I Can't Stop Loving You (I love the tears in his voice.  Ditto for Bruno.)

ERIN KERN- I’m probably one of the few authors who doesn’t use playlists 

KATIE LANE- Feels Like Home/Chantal Kreviazuk (Going Cowboy Crazy), A Lil’ Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place/Dolly Parton (Trouble in Texas), The Boys of Fall/Kenny Chesney (Going Cowboy Crazy), Fastest Girl in Town/Miranda Lambert (Match Made in Texas), The House that Built Me/Miranda Lambert (Catch Me a Cowboy)

LAURA DRAKE- Honestly, I don’t have one. I can’t listen to songs with words when I write – I find myself singing along, and can’t concentrate! I only listen to Classical when I write. 

1-I Can’t Make You Love me-Bonnie Raitt
2-Famous in a Small Town-Miranda Lambert
3-One Small Year-Shawn Colvin
4-When You Love Someone-Brian Adams
5-First Impressions-Mark O’Connor, Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer

LYNETTE AUSTIN- Music played an important role in my Maverick Junction series. All three books are actually titled after a country song. My favorite five? Wow. Keeper of the Stars by Tracy Byrd, Shameless by Garth Brooks, Crying on a Suitcase by Casey James (My Brawley did some of this in the third book, Can’t Stop Lovin’ You), I Can Take It From There by Chris Young, and Who Are You When I’m Not Looking by Blake Shelton.

Which of your characters has been the most fun to write so far?
R.C. RYAN- I really can't choose a favorite.  I love them all.  But Jesse and Amy are special.  

ERIN KERN- I love all of my characters. Picking just one is like picking a favorite kid. But I’d have to say I loved writing Courtney Devlin (the McDermott brother’s younger sister, and heroine of The Trouble with Trouble). She’s spunky, fiery and tells it like it is. She’s not afraid of backing down from anyone and has a great sense of humor. I always had a great laugh writing her character throughout the books.

KATIE LANE- Kenny Gene. Think Barney Fife in The Andy Griffith Show. Kenny’s not dealing with a full deck, but he has a heart of solid gold and always looks at life like it’s a big package just waiting to be opened.  I just love that about him.

LAURA DRAKE- Probably Katya and Cam, the Heroine and Hero of the last book in my Sweet on a Cowboy series, Sweet on You, due out in August. A Gypsy Army Medic turned PBR Physical Therapist and a beat-up bull rider in his last season on the circuit. Lots of conflict there!

MOLLY CANNON- Hoot and Dooley-the two retired men who sit in the front of Marla Jean’s barber shop, playing Parcheesi and gossiping all day. They’ve managed to get into all 3 books so far.

LYNETTE AUSTIN- Oh, this is hard to answer. I always fall madly in love with my heroes—Cash, Brawley, and Ty are magnificent men and not just because they’re gorgeous. It’s their big, generous hearts that make them unforgettable. I love Annelise Montjoy for the courage she showed in traveling across country to save her grandfather’s life. Sophie London, with her fondness for fairies and her belief in love, really hit home with me. But it might be red-headed, hot-tempered Maggie Sullivan that was most fun to write. She put everything she felt right out there, so I never had to hold back with the emotion." rel="nofollow">a Rafflecopter giveaway

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