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Friday, June 19, 2009

Friday Spotlight: Black Lyon Publishing

Kerry A. Jones, publisher of Black Lyon Publishing, says, "Hello, romance fans! I’m so excited that The Long & Short of It has invited Black Lyon Publishing to be in their spotlight. I have five great books and authors to tell you about … and to show our appreciation for visiting here, Black Lyon is giving away one ebook (any one of your choice from the five featured this week) to each of three different winners."

There’s Gotta Be Something More by Maggie Grey

Like cowboys? Then this is the book for you! Author Maggie Grey is a certified therapeutic riding instructor who started thinking about “where she was in life and all the things she wanted to do.” From that thought was born a heroine who’s been through hard times, finally gets a break, and meets an absolutely to-die-for cowboy in the mountains of Montana. I have to say, the heroine’s thought process is funny and feisty even when she’s facing the struggles of raising a child alone, which is a combination that really makes a reader root for her to get that happy ending!

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The words kept running through her head:
There’s gotta be something more.
With Zach Baker, there just might be.


Divorce. Dead-end career. Disaster. Then fate steps in and changes Jesse’s life in an instant. With her dreams now close enough to touch, she moves to the mountain splendor of Montana with her young daughter. Far from city life, her plans to start her own riding school start to take shape—with the help of a certain cowboy down the road.

A girl with money and a passing interest in horses sure isn’t enough to turn Zach Baker’s head. With the ice wall around his heart firmly in place, he isn’t about to let Jesse chip away at it. It’ll take more than just the heat of attraction to melt that ice, and attraction is all he feels for Jesse, isn’t it? But then, he has been wrong before.

1 comment:

Kytaira said...

I love stories with cowboys. A heroine with money, and that money still didn't do her any good is also a great storyline. Thanks!