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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Short Story Spotlight - Rodeo Sweethearts: Montana Born/Copper Mountain Rodeo by Lilian Darcy

I am thrilled today to tell you about a great short story that is a part of a great series!

"Rodeo Sweethearts" is a short tale about a couple who is connected to the "Montana Born/Copper Mountain Rodeo" series from Tule Books, and gives readers an intimate look at the background story of this fantastic series.

This story of Melinda and Rob MacCreadie is a sweet, romantic tale and gives a lot of insight into the lives of the MacCreadie family, who are an integral part of the series.

And here's a piece of great news - you can read this story for free!  Check at the bottom of this post for info on how to get your copy of "Rodeo Sweethearts."

About the Book
Melinda and Rob are Jamie MacCreadie’s parents from Lilian Darcy’s MARRY ME, COWBOY. They have a secret they are divided over whether to share with their five children or not. Melinda and Rob were young rodeo sweethearts and had shared their first kiss at a rodeo. Would Rob be able to get Melinda to agree to share her secret?
About the Author

Lilian Darcy was born on Valentine’s Day. This auspicious date, as well as a love of reading, set her destiny as a writer of romance and women’s fiction from an early age. She has now written over eighty romances for Harlequin, as well as several mainstream novels, including Cafe du Jour, originally published by Mira Books Australia. 

You can download a free copy of this amazing eBook of Lilian Darcy’s RODEO SWEETHEARTS here - http://bit.ly/GLhHyc.

For more information on the Montana Born books - check out these links!

·         Montana Born Books Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MontanaBornBooks
·         Montana Born Books Twitter - https://twitter.com/montanabornbook
·         Lilian Darcy’s Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LilianDarcyAuthor
·         Lilian Darcy’s Twitter - https://twitter.com/liliandarcy
My thanks to BookSparks PR for the review copy of this story. I was not compensated for my opinion.

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