Sunday, June 20, 2021

5 STARS from LASR for Undercover Outlaw

 Thank you Long and Short Reviews 
          for the great 5 star review. 
And nominating Undercover Outlaw
      as a finalist for Book of the Month. 

Impersonating an outlaw, Jesse's determined not to let the past or his brother’s death be forgotten. His request for justice is a living, breathing, part of his soul.
Trinity is heading to Denver, to escape from a vicious guardian. When her stagecoach is robbed, and Jesse, an outlaw kidnaps her, all her well-laid plans are nothing but dirt under her feet.
Trapped in Prairie Ridge by a flood, Jesse and Trinity’s feelings soon run as high and wild as the river.  When Jesse is accused of murder, Trinity stands by his side, and they take on the town’s tyrant. But even with help from an unexpected source, fighting for justice could get them nothing but a toe-tag and a pauper’s grave.


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Review from Long and Short Review

Undercover Outlaw is a quality written piece of literature that walks the fine line between a quest for justice and a thirst for revenge. I teetered between the two as the story took me on a journey mixed with romance and danger.

The leading characters, Trinity and Jesse immediately brought the book to life on page one. It was impossible to put the book down. I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to see what happened next. I felt the instant connection between the two. In fact all the characters were well developed. It was easy to hate the town’s tyrannical leader. Hard not to love the townsfolk in Prairie Ridge.

The romance between Trinity and Jesse was more sweet than sensual but regardless they were definitely entertaining. I laughed when I read the word “dimwit. I haven’t heard that word in ages. My mother used to use that word.

Undercover Outlaw was a fast paced, plot twisting, emotional provoking story that pleased me greatly. I especially enjoyed the epilogue. I applaud Gini Rifkin for such a wonderful read.

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Giveaway at N N Light's June contest

          Ready for relaxing in the sun with a good book? 
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This month's offerings include...bestselling and award-winning books in digital, print and audiobook formats plus a few Amazon gift cards. One winner per prize. 

  You could win a copy of my 5star 
           western romance
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Clover City, Colorado—1888

A mysterious letter and the drop-dead handsome town marshal, are the last things Mariah expects to find making rounds as a midwife. 

Mariah McAllister plans to be married before her next birthday. Too bad Marshal Virgil Kincaid barely knows she’s alive. Not one to give up easily, she’s determined to show him she has an abiding passion for more than her work.

Virgil Kincaid loved a woman once—after she broke his heart, he spent three years in prison. Women can’t be trusted, no matter how good they look. He’s sworn off relationships in favor of Saturday night poker games. Life is simple—the way he wants it…until a stranger turns up dead in the road. 

Forced to work side by side with Mariah, Virgil begins to wonder if she might be his second chance at love. As they trade kisses and oh so much more, he’s willing to take the gamble. But when a killer threatens their once peaceful town, all bets are off.  

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Virgil Kincaid was a prime cut of man. Over six feet tall, he made Mariah’s five-foot seven height seem less gawky and awkward. And he was built for action, long and lean with broad shoulders—shoulders she hankered to hold onto—and with narrow hips—hips she could easily envision pressed up against her own.
      And then there were his eyes. Grey as the sky in winter, full of secrets, revealing nothing. Virgil had been the town Marshal for nearly three years, yet no one knew where he’d come from or how long he intended to stay. What would it take to light a fire in those eyes and put settling down in his thoughts?
       Her gaze drifted lower and latched onto the front of his denim trousers. A picture of what he might look like naked skittered across her mind and her cheeks grew hot at the imagining.
       “You done lookin?” he asked.
        Her gaze snapped up to meet his and the heat of humiliation replaced the lustful warmth.
        “Yes,” she babbled, “there doesn’t seem to be anything of interest here.” 
        “Really?” he challenged, with a cocky grin and a raised brow.
         He stepped closer and stood so near she could smell the man sent of him as she tried to ratchet her breathing down to a more normal rate.
        “You’re a very unusual woman, Miss McAllister.”
        “Is that good or bad?” she dared to ask.
        “I’m not sure yet.” 

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