Sunday, March 02, 2008
I'm going to step aside from the writing tips and hints for a day or two to post some information about a book from a friend of mine, award winning author Susan May Warren. I was scheduled to be part of Susan's blog tour on Tuesday, but I'll be doing my civic duty and working at the polls all day. I didn't want to run the risk of forgetting to host Susan here at Joy in the Journey so enjoy the information about TAMING RAFE a day early. And if you're a registered Ohio or Texas voter, I'll see you at the polls on Tuesday.
Those who post a comment during Susan's blog tour will be entered to win a copy of TAMING RAFE. Also, click here to sign up for the "meaty" contest Susan is sponsoring for the tour! "Win a steak dinner with Rafe" (an Omaha Steaks gift certificate and a copy of Taming Rafe!)
"Susan once again delivers that perfect contemporary combination of heart-pumping suspense and heart-warming romance." Tracey Bateman, author of the CLAIRE EVERETT SERIES
TAMING RAFE is the second in the Noble Legacy Series. Two time world champion bull rider Rafe Noble had no idea how quickly his world could end. In less than eight seconds, he lost his title, his career, and his best friend--all on the dirt floor of a noisy rodeo arena.
Katherine Breckenridge just wants to make a difference by running her mother's charity foundation. But the mysterious disappearance of half a million dollars has forced it to the brink of backruptcy. Her last chance to save it is the annual fundraiser, an event that's destroyed by an out-of-control Rafe Noble.
Desperate to rescue the foundation, Katherine heads to the Noble family ranch to enlist Rafe's help in raising the money he cost her in lost donations. What she doesn't know is that Rafe is broke--in cash and in spirit--and helping her could end up costing him his life.
"Warren's first novel in her Noble Legacy Series will win her many fans...will keep readers glued to the pages..."
Award winning author Susan May Warren recently returned home to her native Minnesota after serving for eight years with her husband and four children as missionaries with SEND International in Far East Russia. She now writes fulltime from Minnesota's north woods. Visit her web site at. www.susanmaywarren.com
You can find out more about Susan and her latest book, by checking out some other stops along her blog tour.