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Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Welcome to ... Bluebird, Texas Romances by Ann Everett

"Wicked characters and it's one of those books!By that, I mean it's the kind of book I can reread anytime and any number of times. It was a bit different from other books of the author. [...] I recommend this book to romance readers with a penchant for quirky characters." Floryie, Goodreads

Description:

Chirp (#1)

A woman hiding from her future…

Heiress to the largest steel company in America, twenty-year-old, socially awkward Blaze Bledsoe hides out at Dessie Bishop’s farm. For the last three years, Blaze has eluded one investigator after another, but just when she thinks she’s safe, a PI closes in. Her luck is about to run out in more ways than one.

A man running from his past…

Rance Keller, a tough, hard-living ex-con, fresh out of prison for a crime he didn’t commit, arrives to claim the house his grandmother left him. Finding a strange girl living there, his plans for a solitary life take a turn. Her lack of modesty, no filter, and word of the day fetish baffles him, but those big green eyes and sweet mouth have him losing sleep.

Welcome to Bluebird, Texas
Where two damaged people with secrets, discover trust can lead to passion.

EXCERPT

He stepped outside and followed the aroma of bacon to Bubba’s Diner. Just what he needed after going heels to Jesus all night. He removed his last cigarette and tossed the package into the blue trash barrel at the corner of the building. Really should give up the bad habit, and he would. Later.

It occurred to him, the tag-team event with the BFFs, had fulfilled his goal. No more pressure. With an early start and few stops, he could make it to Bluebird in one day. Grab a quick breakfast. Crank up the Harley. Hit the road. Couldn’t wait to see the place again. Enjoy the seclusion and relax in his grandmother’s old claw-foot tub. That’s what he loved about the little country town.

Everything remained the same. Never any surprises.

True (#2)

Things just got hotter in Texas. Award-winning author Ann Everett returns with another sizzling Bluebird, Texas romance.
Sometimes it takes losing everything…
True Shanahan must be the unluckiest woman in the world. Either that or she’s cursed. After another failed relationship, True leaves Dallas with a broken heart and new attitude. It’s time to walk on the wild side. But when she makes a wrong turn and ends up in Bluebird, Texas, the only man she wants is anything but reckless.
…to find all you’ve ever wanted.
Ritter Malone is the town’s favorite son and has the local hero awards to prove it. Seems he’s always in the right place at the right time. But when he crosses paths with True, his life takes a turn he never sees coming. Her songwriting skills may be questionable, but her ability to turn him inside out is indisputable.
Welcome to Bluebird, Texas.
Where a chance meeting gives two people a chance at love. 

EXCERPT

He gasped. “What have you done to me?”

She rocked forward and buried her face in the hollow of his neck. “You’ve heard of the Seven Wonders of the World? I located your seven wondrous erogenous zones.” 

“Pretty sure I came close to dying.”
She giggled. “If you weren’t in such good physical condition, I would have stopped at number four. But I was pretty sure you’d survive them all.”
“Pretty sure?”
“Yeah. It was a risk I was willing to take. And—it paid off. You seemed to enjoy it.”
He laughed. “Not sure enjoy is the right word. Damn, True. You’re something.”
She sat up straight. “I don’t want to be something. I want to be everything.”

He pulled her close and whispered against her lips. “You’re all I want. Need. Ever dreamed of. You are my everything.”

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About the author:
Award-winning author, Ann Everett embraces her small town upbringing and thinks Texans are some of the funniest people on earth. When speaking to writing groups, businesses, book clubs, and non-profit organizations, she incorporates her special brand of wit, making her programs on marketing, self-publishing, and the benefits of laughter, informative and fun.

Ten things you won't know about Ann by reading her bio:

She's married to her high school sweetheart.
She loves shopping at thrift stores.
She doesn't remember her first kiss.
She hates talking on the telephone.
A really sharp pencil makes her happy.
She secretly wants to get a tattoo.
She believes everyone should own at least one pair of cowboy boots.
She's thankful wrinkles aren't painful.
She sucks at math. 

Author's Giveaway

18 comments:

Ann Everett said...

Thanks so much for taking part in my book tour! I truly appreciate it. ~Ann

Laura Thomas said...

These sound wonderful and I'd like to read them. I like the titles and cover art too.

Ann Everett said...

Thank you, Laura. I appreciate you stopping by my tour and taking time to leave a comment. ~Ann

Nancy P said...

Interesting cover

Ann Everett said...

Hi Nancy,
Thanks for visiting my tour. I appreciate your comment. ~Ann

debra Philippon said...

These looks like a very good read. I enjoy the flow of the words.

Ann Everett said...

Thank you, Debra for taking time to comment on my books. If you read them, I hope you like them.

~Ann

lildevilgirl22 said...

What a interesting cover

Bea LaRocca said...

I love the covers! This looks like a great series.

Ann Everett said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my tour. Good luck in the giveaway. ~Ann

Stephanie LaPlante said...

Sounds like a lovely story.

Ann Everett said...

Thanks, Stephanie for stopping by! ~Ann

Bridgett wilbur said...

What a great excerpt.

Ann Everett said...

Thanks for the kind words, Bridgett. I appreciate you taking time to leave a comment. ~Ann

Anna Josefin Bergman said...

Looks good.

Ann Everett said...

Thanks for leaving a comment. ~Ann

Maria Katie said...

WOW this looks amazing, love the cover and the title. <3 <3 <3 Definitely adding this book to my Must Read File

Ann Everett said...

Thanks, Maria Katie!
I appreciate the kind words.
~Ann