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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Feature and Giveaway: The Care and Feeding of an Alpha Male by Jessica Clare


Beth Ann needed a hero…

Beth Ann Williamson has finally had it with her on-and-off fiancĂ© of nine years. The problem? No one in town seems to believe her when she says it’s really over. Now Beth Ann is determined to show the small town of Bluebonnet, Texas, that she can take care of herself. That means opening her own salon and not taking the help that her ex-fiancĂ© seems determined to offer.

Of course, even the best laid plans go awry when she’s stranded in the woods in the middle of a downpour. Some independent woman she is. She can’t even find her way out of the woods without the help of a handsome, but scowling, Marine.

She got more than she bargained for…

A die-hard survivalist, Colt Waggoner’s none too pleased when he’s sent to find the town’s pampered princess. He’s even more annoyed when Beth Ann isn't grateful for the rescue. Fine, then. He’ll just have to teach the sexy blonde a lesson--a weekend of roughing it out in the wild. Just the two of them, alone, in muddy, wet clothing that needs to come off…

But Beth Ann isn't the spoiled princess he thought. And when she propositions him for a one night stand, he knows he should turn it down. Because this alpha male might need more than just one night in her bed to satisfy him…

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Check out my review here.

Check out the Bluebonnet series
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This is a pen name for Jill Myles.

Jill Myles has been an incurable romantic since childhood. She reads all the 'naughty parts' of books first, looks for a dirty joke in just about everything, and thinks to this day that the Little House on the Prairie books should have been steamier.

After devouring hundreds of paperback romances, mythology books, and archaeological tomes, she decided to write a few books of her own - stories with a wild adventure, sharp banter, and lots of super-sexy situations. She prefers her heroes alpha and half-dressed, her heroines witty, and she loves nothing more than watching them overcome adversity to fall into bed together.

Places to find Jessica:
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1 lucky winner will win themselves a copy. 

To Enter:
  • Leave a comment answering the question: What do you think of books set in small towns? Love em or hate em? 
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31 comments :

  1. Love small towns! And love the name Beth Ann. This sounds like a great book.

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    1. your rafflecopter seems a bit quirky today. :)
      Thanks for the OP!!

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  2. I love them! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  3. I love small towns. Everybody knows everybody, they all try to help each other, and there's tons of gossip.

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  4. I love small town romances in small doses. I haven't read any in a while, and I adore Jill Myles, so I kind of feel the need to check this one out.

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  5. I love small town romance...they are more intimate.
    Yvette
    yratpatrol@aol.com

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  6. I Love 'em! the supporting quirky characters are often so much fun!
    sallans d at yahoo dot com

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    1. the link to be a Fan on FB wasn't there so I 'Subscribed' under Jill Myles page

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  7. To me, the town size doesn't matter - it's always the writing. And it seems small towns have their own tropes that can become predictable if they're not done well!

    Jessica, your books sound like so much fun. :)

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  8. I love books set in a small town. I live in a small town and I love how everyone knows everyone and knows what's going on in their lives and neighbors are always there to lend a hand when you need one :)

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  9. Small towns set some of the best stories because everyone is in everyone's business, which can lead to judgement, humor, and a variety of different plot lines.

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  10. I love the ones set in small towns and the ones not. I will admit some of the best books I have ever read have been set in small towns :)

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  11. I really enjoy books set in a small town. There are usually crazy secondary characters in small towns. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Megan G.
    Megonski216(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I love romance books set in small towns - they just really bring out the best in small towns: Thanks for the giveaway

    junegirl63 at gmail dot com

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  13. I do enjoy books set in small towns. Some of my favorites are Toni Blake's Destiny series.

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  14. Love small town romance novels. Cozy and charming!
    minadecaro@hotmail.com

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  15. Love small town settings! And what an extra wonderful surprise to find out this is Jill's pen name (love Jill's books)!

    ivegotmail8889@yahoo.com

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  16. I love small town books because the characters are usually so quirky.

    jcalvert719(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. I love small town romance, the characters are always great. I don't live in a small town, but have always loved the idea of knowing everybody.

    Annwitch707@aol.com

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  18. thanks for a fun post and congrats to Jill on the new release! I love small town romances. I think it's fun the whole, everyone knows your business thing. Just as long as it doesn't happen to me :)

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  19. Since I live in a small town I love books set in small towns:)

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  20. I never lived in a small town but I do enjoy stories where everyone knows each other.

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  21. i love books about small towns. i don't actually want to LIVE there but i do like reading about them

    parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

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  22. I usually like books set in small towns. I have no frame of reference for that setting personally, but it lets me use my imagination.

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  23. I love small towns, where everyone knows everyone else.

    kesummer69 at gmail dot com

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  24. Usually I like books set on small towns, but ultimately it comes down to the characters and personalities. If a small town consists of boring townsfolk, then it probably won't interest me. I find that typically isn't the case though!

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  25. Love them! I haven't got sick of them yet!

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  26. I Love small towns, I live in one and grew up here too - its great!

    kerryjcj AT verizon DOT net

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  27. I love small town romances! I'm not sure I would want to live in a place where everyone knew everyone else, but in books I love it.

    Jyl22075 at gmail.com

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  28. I love small towns. The people are all family. And the romances...love it!

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