CJ Carmichael

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Tag: Montana romance

Promise Me, Cowboy Goodies

It’s always a thrill for an author when a story she poured her heart into is finally available to readers. And this week my latest novella for e-readers, Promise Me, Cowboy, is finally here. To celebrate here are a bunch of goodies. First, a contest from Montana Born Books involving chocolate. How sweet is that? Find out how to enter on Montana Born Books on Facebook.

The second treat is a free Copper Mountain Rodeo short story from Lilian Darcy. I promise you, you’ll love Rodeo Sweethearts!

Finally, I’m offering assorted chocolates and an autographed book to anyone who comments below with their favorite chocolate treat. (Mine is any combo that involves almonds, hazelnuts and dark chocolate. Oh, but I also love fruit dipped in melted chocolate. And blood orange caramel chocolate from Vosgers. And…)

Hope you enjoy Promise Me, Cowboy! If you want to start reading today, check it out here.

 

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Say Hi to Duke and Angie

What’s so great about September? It’s time for a new Harts of the Rodeo Book!

Duke: Deputy Cowboy by Roz Denny Fox is the third in the series and one you do not want to miss! To give you a taste for the story, here is an interview of the main characters:

Duke: Deputy Cowboy
Third book in Harts of Rodeo Series
Questions and Answers from Duke and Angie

1. What is your greatest accomplishment?

Duke: Working up the nerve to ask Angie for a date.

Angie: Deciding to leave Texas when I was pregnant and almost broke.

 

2. What trait is most important in a friend?

Duke: Loyalty

Angie: Trust

 

3. What do you most enjoy about your job?

Duke: Being a deputy is never boring, and it’s not all working at a desk.

Angie: I like making horse treats that are nutritious, but that horses love.

Part time at the school—I like the people I work with, and the kids.

 

4. Who do you most admire and why?

Duke: My cousin Ace, because he’s smart, easy-going, and accepts me as I am.

Angie: Sarah Hart, because she’s a strong woman and has held her family        together through hard times and with a deep faith.

 

5. Name your biggest regret.

Duke: Probably that I never knew my mother.

Angie: That work sometimes has to come before spending time with my son.

 

6.    What makes you angry or upset?

Duke: When my twin brother, Beau, nags at me to ride better in rodeos.

Angie: I get angry when people mistreat animals, or dump them like trash.

 

7. What trait would you like to change about yourself?

Duke: I worry too much about the family.  I don’t like squabbles.

Angie: Oh my…a too short nose, a too wide mouth, a tendency to eat too much.

 

8. What is your most treasured possession?

Duke: I’d have to say my dog, Zorro.

Angie: A silver cross on a thin chain that belonged to my grandmother.

 

9. What makes you happy?

Duke: Watching the sun rise on a clear day.

Angie: Seeing my son laugh.

 

 

10. Of what are you most afraid?

Duke:  A concern that something bad may happen to someone in my family;

my younger cousin, Tuf Hart, is in the military, you know.

Angie:  I worry most about my son’s safety.  I know you have to give a child

space, but it’s hard not to be over-protective.

 

11. If they made a movie of your life, what genre would it be?

Drama, tragedy, comedy, adventure, romance, or a combination thereof.

Duke:  You didn’t mention Western.  I grew up loving every John Wayne

spaghetti-western, which is why I’m nicknamed, Duke.

Angie:  If I go way back I’d have to say part drama, part adventure, with a

hope for romance.  (The last she says with a shy glance at Duke)