|Gwen Slade, Bounty Hunter by Sandra Cox
|Thunder Tree by Sandra Cox
|Gwen Slade Bounty Hunter by Sandra Cox
A huge thank you to J.Q. Rose, my honorary cousin, for letting me visit today and talk about my new release GWEN SLADE, BOUNTY HUNTER.
First, a little Old West trivia.
VESTS. They were more than just a fashion
Cowboys inevitably wore vests. Their shirts had one pocket at best and they couldn’t get to their pants pockets when they were in the saddle. The vests had good deep pockets—usually at least four—and held their smokes, snuff, pocketknives, tally books and other cowboy necessities. They added an extra layer of warmth in cool weather. In summer, they just left them unbuttoned. Besides being practical, the cowboys considered them stylish.
GWEN SLADE, BOUNTY HUNTER BACK OF THE BOOK:
Bounty hunter Gwen Slade always gets her man. Until she
meets charming outlaw Jordie Kidd.
After Jordie saves her family, she finds she can’t in
good conscience turn him in, even if he is worth a thousand dollars dead or
alive. Instead, she sets her sights on the meanest, most-wanted gang in Kansas.
Gwen always works alone until she goes after the gang then finds herself
partnering with an unlikely source.
This time around, not only her life, but her heart is on
Jordie Kidd’s long-legged Appaloosa ate up
the miles as it galloped farther and farther from Dodge City and Gwen Slade.
Once again Lady Luck taunted him. When the bounty hunter came galloping into
the yard and reined that palomino of hers into a rearing halt inches from his
nose, the sun silhouetting her like an avenging angel, he’d felt a punch right
to the belly. He still had that picture imprinted on his mind.
Of course, he’d heard of her. Who hadn’t?
Especially someone with his face on a wanted poster. What he hadn’t heard…she
had blue-black hair that resembled a sheath of silk, blue eyes like a pretty
lake he’d seen once and skin that just begged to be touched.
He enjoyed women and, Lord bless them, they gave every appearance of enjoying him. They came in all shapes and colors, always entertained and never bored. But he’d never had a reaction to one quite like this. He had a feeling that no matter how much distance he put between them he wouldn’t be leaving Gwen Slade behind. Just his luck, he’d fall for the best bounty hunter in the business.
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ABOUT SANDRA COX:
Sandra is a vegetarian, animal lover and avid gardener. She lives with her husband, their dog and cats in sunny North Carolina.
|Sandra Cox, author
Her stories consist of all
things western and more.
She can be found at http://www.sandracoxwriter.com. If you’d like to stay abreast of what’s going on in her world and any new releases you can send a note in her comment form while you are there. Or simply sign up on the follow by email request form. Her Twitter handle is: Sandra_Cox and her Amazon page is http://tinyurl.com/SandraAtAmz
|Arranging a Dream: A Memoir Winter Virtual Book Tour
I am so looking forward to the tour and visiting with these wonderful hosts. I hope you will come along and enter at each stop where a lucky commenter will be drawn to win a copy of the memoir! Watch for updates and addresses.
You can read about arranging flowers now at my first stop at Sandra Cox's blog, Sandra's Place. Click Sandra Cox to take you there.
Click here to come on over to Nan's blog, Heartwood, to see how I answer her questions about comparing the creation of fiction novels vs nonfiction stories and how to spark memories when writing a memoir. A lucky commenter will win a free eBook of Arranging a Dream: A Memoir.
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