Comments can be left here on this blog and on all the other participating blogs beginning Monday, Feb. 6 through Monday, Feb. 13. This is a great opportunity to load up on some prizes, so hop to it!
I am participating because this is my DEBUT BOOK MONTH!
Texas Two Step, Book 1 of the Texas Montgomery Mavericks comes out Feb. 28, 2012. It’s the reunion story of two lovers who both believed they’d moved on and left the past in the past, except maybe the spark isn’t quite as dead as the both thought. The story opens about ten years after they met. To get readers up on Mitch Landry and Olivia Montgomery’s history, I’ll be posting a 10-episode prequel here beginning Monday, Feb. 13. and running through Feb. 27, 2012.
But to give you a taste, here’s the opening scene from Chapter One.
The woman stood on tiptoe in the baggage-claim area of the Dallas/Fort Worth airport looking for all the world like someone who’d been sent to collect the devil. Mitch Landry had expected Wes or one of the other groomsmen to come for him. Instead, his gaze found a statuesque blonde arching up on her toes, a white T-shirt with Jim’s Gym in black script stretched across her lushly curved breasts and long tanned legs extending from tight denim shorts. His heart stumbled then roared into a gallop.
Blood rushed from his brain to below his waist. His nostrils flared in a deep breath, as though he could smell her unique fragrance across the crowded lobby.
She hadn’t looked in his direction yet, which gave him an unfettered opportunity to study her without having to camouflage his reactions.
No make-up covered her creamy rose complexion, not that she needed any. Not then and not now. No eye shadow was required to bring out the deep blue of her eyes. Nor did her mouth need any enhancement. Her lips radiated a natural pink, although the bottom one grew redder as her upper teeth gnawed on it.
Six years had passed since he’d seen Olivia Montgomery, but he’d swear she was more beautiful today. She had an appeal that came only with age and maturity. A smile edged onto his mouth. He was surprised—pleasantly surprised—to admit how glad he was to see her.
He watched as her glare bounced around the room, searching faces until it fell on him. As a look of resignation flashed across her face, she frowned.
His smile faded. Not exactly the reaction he’d hoped for.
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Texas Two Step
Copyright © 2012 by Cynthia D’Alba
You like? I’m giving away one Advanced Reader Copy to one lucky person who leaves a comment here between Monday, Feb.6 and Monday, Feb. 13. The winner will be chosen at random from comments posts by midnight 2.13.12 and contacted on Tuesday, Feb. 14
- Leave a message here
- Click on the Romancing the Valentine Blog Hop icon at the top of the page to visit other blogs
- Check my Texas Two Step Blog Tour
- Check the TTS Blog Tour Prizes
- Come back on Feb. 13 to read the first episode of Texas Two Step-The Prequel
- Check back on Feb. 14 to see if you won and read second episode of The Prequel
- Last (and most important), you can preorder Texas Two Step at your favorite online bookstore
Thanks for coming by! Hope to see you again real soon.