It is always a lot of fun when one of your friends has a new book come out, and I couldn't be happier than to introduce you to the new western romance, "Give Me A Texas Outlaw," of which one of my dear friends, Linda Broday, is one of the authors.
Linda was gracious enough to take time out of her busy writing schedule to answer a few questions about this new book!
Sharon: How has romance writing changed since your first novel was published? Do you see it still being a thriving genre?
I want to thank Linda for taking time to stop by. She and Phyliss Miranda will be appearing at the Red River Romance Writers meeting on Saturday, July 9th, 10:30 a.m. at the Wichita Falls Public Library. They will also be appearing at a book signing at The Book Rack in Wichita Falls that afternoon from 2-4 p.m.
For more information on Linda, check out her website at http://www.lindabroday.com/
For Jodi Thomas, check out http://www.jodithomas.com/
For Phyliss Miranda, check out http://www.phylissmiranda.com/
For De Wanna Pace, check out http://www.dewannapaceonline.com/
About The Book:
Fearless and irresistible, outlaws are the original bad boys. Now New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas and Linda Broday, Phyliss Miranda, and DeWanna Pace offer up four sexy and romantic stories for women who love men who know how to pack heat.
If Cozette Camanez's groom doesn't show up for their wedding by dawn, she'll lose her family ranch. Trouble is, the groom doesn't exist—until unsuspecting thief Michael Hughes comes along. Never was an outlaw faced with such a lovely—and willing—target.
Larissa Patrick's younger sister has been kidnapped. Only one man can save her: gunfighter Johnny Diamond. Rescuing Larissa's sister is the easy part—but getting her and her beautiful big sister home without losing his heart will take the discipline of a saint. And Johnny's no saint.
Lawman Ethan Kimble is finally face to face with his quarry: socialite and bank robber Savannah Parker. The only thing between them is a Winchester pointed at his heart—and some undeniable sparks. If Kimble can tame the Texas Flame, they may ignite a passion that breaks every rule.
When outlaw Shadow Rivers and desperado Odessa Kilmore escape a hail of bullets and team up on a long journey, both are determined to hide their secrets—and their attraction. No easy task as they discover a love more powerful than their enemies combined.
The fourth book in the "Give Me A ..." series, "Give Me A Texas Outlaw," takes a look at some of the wilder men of Texas and the women who love them! All four stories are lively and fast-paced with lots of adventure, romance and a heaping helping of humor to carry them along.
My favorite selection was "Trouble In Petticoats," by Linda. I love how the fiesty Larrisa is determined to tag along with Johnny Diamond to help rescue her sister, whether Johnny wants her to or not. And Johnny may have a reputation as a big, bad gunfighter, but he truly has a heart of gold and it's that heart that melts when it comes to protecting Larrisa and her little sister.
Western and historical romance fans will truly enjoy "Give Me A Texas Outlaw." I highly recommend it!
I received a review copy of this book from the author. I was not compensated for my opinion.