April 24, 2016

Come Love A Cowboy #contemporaryromance @CarolinClemmons #RLFblog

This quick interview includes info about the author, and introduces the story.

About the Author

Caroline Clemmons is an Amazon bestselling and award winning author of historical and contemporary western romances. A frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, she has taught workshops on characterization, point of view, and layering a novel.
Caroline and her husband live in the heart of Texas cowboy country with their menagerie of rescued pets. When she’s not indulging her passion for writing, Caroline enjoys time with family, reading, travel, browsing antiques, genealogy, and getting together with friends.

Interview with Caroline Clemmons

Why did you write this book?
My husband and I enjoy walking through and reading about Southwestern pre-historic ruins. In Garza County TX, there is a Clovis site but it’s on private property and closed to the public, the Garza site. One of the scenes in Grant Me The Moon came to me while my husband and I were driving home from Lubbock back to the DFW Metroplex and we passed through Post, the seat of Garza County. The story has nagged me for years. When Keta Diablo invited me to be in a contemporary western anthology, Come Love A Cowboy, I knew this story had to be the one I wrote.
What is your favorite genre to read?
Western romance is my favorite, but I also like other genres: Regency, WWII, women's fiction, westerns, and mysteries.
Who is your favorite character from fiction (not including your own)?
Taylor Stapleton from Julie Garwood’s Prince Charming.
What are you working on at the moment, and will see from you in coming months?
I’m working on another of my Bride Brigade Series, Cassandra, that will be out in April and then Ophelia in May.
Please tell us about your latest book.
All Tory Fraser intended was to show her high school history club students a local archeology dig. How could she know the excursion would involve a murder? Or that one of her students would be suspected as the killer? And she had no idea she would meet the man of her dreams.
Grant Grayson has taken over management of Grayson Ranch near Post, Texas to give his grandfather a less arduous schedule. A flash flood washed away an old talus slope on the ranch to reveal a prehistoric cave that is a Clovis site. Being a good citizen, he invited the nearest large university archaeology department to excavate the cave. When a gorgeous blonde high school teacher asks his permission to take her students to the site, how can he deny her? Especially when he is instantly attracted to her as he’s never been to anyone.
Tory and Grant are drawn in to the investigation to clear her student but unintentionally make themselves a target. Now they must evade the killer to celebrate their new found love.

About the Book

Title Come Love A Cowboy anthology, Grant Me The Moon (Caroline Clemmons)
Genre contemporary western romance
Authors Kathleen Ball, Caroline Clemmons, Margo Bond Collins, Juli D'Arcy, Keta Diablo, Andrea Downing, Hebby Roman, Patti Sherry-Crewes,
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13

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Author Social Media

Twitter http://twitter.com/CarolinClemmons  (no E in Caroline)


  1. Happy to have you (and your cowboy!) here today.

  2. Well, I'm up bright and early here on the east coast so I'll take this opportunity to thank you for sharing Caroline's novella in Come Love a Cowboy. It was a pleasure to work with her on this anthology along with the other fabulous authors.
    Andrea http://andreadowning.com

  3. Hello Kayelle and Caroline,

    Kayelle, as always thank you for your generosity. And our sincere thanks for hosting Caroline and COME LOVE A COWBOY. I've read Caroline's story, Grant Me The Moon and it's fab read!

    Hope you all enjoy the 8 stories in the boxed set...all for .99 cents!

    Best, ~ Keta ~

  4. Thank you very much for hosting me, Kayelle. So gracious of you.

  5. Thanks for hosting, Kayelle. I've been fortunate to work on this anthology with these great ladies. I loved Caroline's story with the archaeology angle. I never knew about the town of Post, TX before and Caroline did a wonderful job of making it come alive. I want to go there now!

  6. Your book sounds very interesting, with a bit of everything. Looking forward to reading it.


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