Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Release Day! Teton Sunset is out!

Finally, it's release day for the final installment in the Teton Romance Trilogy!

Action and Adventure through the Teton Mountains, packed with Romance and suspense. 

Life for Lucas Walker is a constant adventure, a daily game to be won in the vast Teton wilderness.  Facing every challenge head-on, he values the freedom to go where he wants, when he wants, and without attachments to any one person.

She is known to the native people of the land as Ghost Woman. Hiding from a terrifying past, she has lived alone and under conditions too harsh for even the hardiest men.  Trusting another person is something she can’t do. Forced to put her life in the hands of a man who dares her to confront everything from which she’s tried to escape, she struggles to protect the walls she has built around her identity . . . and her heart.

Brought together through life or death situations, Lucas and his unwilling charge find themselves fighting dangers only found in the untamed mountains.  Their battle for survival teaches them the ultimate lesson in how to trust and love someone.  When the past catches up to them, they discover that the heart can't always be protected; sometimes the only way to be safe is to open it.

available at iTunes soon!

Here are some behind-the-scene random comments from my beta readers:

“Lucas will drive you crazy with his talking and his ways.”

“Lucas has knocked Chase off his number one slot as my favourite of your heroes”

“The ending was dramatic and satisfying, and very Lucas.”

“OK, I love how this book ends!”

“Facepalm. Lucas, Lucas, Lucas. One step forward, two steps back! So him, though. I do wonder what switch broke in his head…”

“How is he making me want to go “awwww!” right now? Rascal was being a peeping tom, and I’m ok with it now, after one line?!”

“When they are both together, nothing ever seems to go right. Sparks fly, arrows fly, and so do emotions that neither one of them understand.”

Wow! Now THAT'S a heck of a cliffhanger to leave me on! Dang, girl!”

“Just when I was going to give you some commentary that it felt like I knew where you were headed and it was too contrived, you went in a completely different direction! Love it!”

“He comes off smelling like a rose, as usual, that little devil! I love him.”

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