February 28, 2015

Gentlemen Cowboys with a Touch of Bad @maryjdressel #RLFblog #WesternRomance

Heartbreak's Reward 
A Double Feature includes two covers, blurbs, buy links, and social media contacts for the author. Today's featured books are Heartbreak's Reward and Cowboy Boss and his Destiny by Mary J. McCoy-Dressel

Heartbreak's Reward Bk 2

This book can be read alone.
Genre Contemporary Western Romance
Author Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Rancher Jase Carlson doesn't understand the ache in the hollow of his chest, since his ex-wife ripped his heart out. She doesn't follow the court rules where his children are concerned, making him even more pissed off. Harboring a bad attitude, he wishes he wasn't a gentleman when he comes to the aid of a quick-tempered, sexy blonde. He can't allow her tight jeans and sweet smile to sway him, even after he's coerced into spending time alone with her. Fighting the torturous battle going on within his own mind and body, he can either deal with it—or succumb to the woman who appears to be everything he didn't know he needed.
In an attempt to save her rebellious teen sister from herself—as her guardian, Brenna Page leaves everything behind and moves to Canyon Junction, Arizona. When she unexpectedly meets a hot-headed cowboy with intense blue eyes and muscles to die for, the first thing she wants to do is get away. Since she can't seem to shake him, Brenna wonders if that same grudge-filled cowboy with an attitude is someone worth taking on. But still dealing with painful memories, and a sister who wants nothing to do with Arizona, the last thing she needs right now is a horse ranching cowboy interfering.
One wrong turn. Two broken families. Brought together by chance, and need.
Note: Look for Book #3, the fourth book in the Double Dutch Ranch Series spring 2015.

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Cowboy Boss and his Destiny Bk 1

Can be read alone, but Tristan's Destiny, Bonus Book 1.5 follows.
Genre Contemporary Western Romance
Cowboy Boss and His Destiny
Author Mary J. McCoy-Dressel
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Tristan Carlson does the best he can to raise his four-year-old daughter on his own. His mother remains on the Double Dutch to lend a hand—giving him the ability to maintain the ranch, tend to his horses, and keep up his small-time ranching magazine. His attractive, new assistant is everything he wants in a woman, including her ginger-red hair. But from his experience with women lately, he's learned that some don't want a ready-made family. This one seems different, and he's falling hard. But, there's his little blue-eyed girl, and he'll protect Destiny's heart with everything within him. Until he knows for sure…
Living the good life in a big city for many years, Nora Trinity ends up a statistic after the magazine she works for makes cutbacks. Despite a family betrayal from her past that still needs mending, she moves back home to the small town of Canyon Junction, Arizona, with forgiveness on her mind. When she is hired by a local rancher to help with his ranching magazine, she finds herself profoundly attracted to him. The thing is, her sexy boss comes as a package deal, and his little girl is immediately drawn to her. It's not just about two hearts taking a chance now—or two people falling in love… Nora has to be sure of what she wants before she takes on the cowboy and his child.

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About the Author

Early days of reading romance novels and women's fiction laid the groundwork for Mary to take up the pen and write her own memorable love stories. She writes sensual contemporary western romance with strong family ties. She's the author of the Double Dutch Ranch Series: Love at First Sight, The Bull Rider Series, and a time-travel series now out of print.
Photography is another way she likes to be creative. Mary has had post-secondary classes in creative writing and photography. Before becoming a full-time writer, she had a career in education. Her home is in the Great Lake State of Michigan, U.S.A. She's a member of Romance Writers of America.

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  1. Good morning, Kayelle, Thank you for having me back!

    1. Glad to have you. :) I've been running around all day on errands. Nice to be home!

  2. Looks great Mary, congrats and much success!

  3. I keep trying to comment but Blogger doesn't like my login. :-) I'll try again.

    Thank you, J. I appreciate your comment. <3

  4. It's given me grief too. Let's hope this works. :)


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