Monday, February 12, 2018

Smooth-Talking Cowboy by Maisey Yates - Blog Tour, Excerpt & Giveaway

From New York Times best selling author Maisey Yates, comes SMOOTH-TALKING COWBOY-the first standalone novel in her Gold Valley Series!
SMOOTH-TALKING COWBOY releases on February 20, 2018. Pre-order your copy today!

Welcome to Gold Valley, Oregon, where a rough-and-tumble rancher and the girl next door are about to learn that opposites attract.

Olivia Logan has a plan: win back her ex by making him see what he's missing. But first she needs to find a man who's willing to play along. With his laid-back cowboy charm and knack for getting under her skin, Luke Hollister is an unlikely hero-but he wants her help convincing her father to sell him land, which means he needs her as much as she needs him.

Luke likes his life-and his women-uncomplicated. So why does good girl Olivia heat his blood like no one else? She's always been off-limits, but the more time they spend as Gold Valley's hottest new "couple," the more real it's starting to feel. Luke was supposed to help her win back another man…not keep her in his arms. But now that he has her there, he's not sure he'll ever let go.

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Oh well. She needed rescuing. Even if it was by Luke Hollister. She moved closer to the road, crossing her arms and standing there, looking pathetic. At least, she had a feeling she looked somewhat pathetic. She felt pathetic.

Luke would stop, because despite being a scoundrel, a womanizer, he had that innate sense of chivalry that cowboys tended to possess. All yes ma’am and open­ing doors and saving damsels from the railroad tracks.

Or the side of the road, in this case.

The truck came closer, and she registered the exact moment Luke saw her. Felt it, somehow. She took a step back, making room for him to pull off and up next to her car. His truck kept going.

She stared after him. “He didn’t stop!”

She had been incredibly peeved that Luke Hollister had been the salvation she hadn’t wanted, but she was even more peeved that he had declined his opportunity to be said salvation.

Then she saw brake lights, followed by reverse lights.

Slowly, the truck backed up, easing its way up be­side her.

Luke leaned across the seat, working the crank win­dow so that it was partway down. He had a black cow­boy hat on, covering most of his dark blond hair, his green eyes glittering with humor beneath the wide brim. And then he smiled. That slow, lazy smile of his that always made her feel like he had spoken an obscenity.

“Olivia Logan, as I live and breathe. You seem to have gotten yourself in a bit of trouble.”

“I didn’t get myself into any trouble,” she said crisply. “There was a nail in the road, and I now seem to have a flat tire.” He just looked at her, maddeningly calm. “You weren’t going to stop,” she added, knowing she sounded accusing.

“I thought better of it. I’d hate it if you were eaten by wolves.”

“There are no wolves here,” she said, feeling im­patient.

“They recently tracked one that came down from Washington. Just one though, so probably the worst that would happen is you’d get gnawed on, rather than eaten in your entirety.”

“Well. I’m glad you decided to help me avoid a vi­cious gnawing,” she said grumpily.

“I could change the tire for you,” he said.

“Do you want to pull off the road before we have this discussion?” she asked.

He looked in his rearview mirror, then glanced back at her. “There’s no one coming. It’s not exactly rush hour.”

“There is no rush hour in Gold Valley.”

But that didn’t mean someone wouldn’t be pulling up behind him on the narrow two-lane road soon enough.

He still didn’t move his truck, though.

“Luke,” she said, “I need to go to work.”

“Well, why didn’t you say so? Do you have a spare tire?”

“Yes,” she said impatiently.

“I’ll tell you what. I’ll drive you down to work, and then when I head back this way I’ll fix your tire.”

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit. In 2009, at the age of twenty-three Maisey sold her first book. Since then it's been a whirlwind of sexy alpha males and happily ever afters, and she wouldn't have it any other way. Maisey divides her writing time between dark, passionate category romances set just about everywhere on earth and light sexy contemporary romances set practically in her back yard. She believes that she clearly has the best job in the world.

Maisey Yates' SMOOTH-TALKING COWBOY Review & Excerpt Tour Schedule:
February 12th
Feel the Book - Excerpt
February 13th
Ficwishes - Review & Excerpt
OMGReads - Review & Excerpt
February 14th
Up 'Til Dawn Book Blog - Review & Excerpt
February 15th
E-Reading After Midnight - Review & Excerpt
February 16th
Reading Reality - Review
February 17th
Moonlight Rendezvous - Review & Excerpt
February 18th
Sofia Loves Books - Review & Excerpt
February 19th
Aaly and The Books - Review & Excerpt
February 20th
Ripe for Reader - Excerpt
What's Beyond Forks? - Review & Excerpt
February 21st
Bobo's Book Bank - Excerpt
February 22nd
Booked All Night - Review & Excerpt
I'm A Book Shark - Excerpt
February 23rd
Literary Misfit - Review & Excerpt
February 24th
Becky on Books - Review & Excerpt
Lover of Big Books Cannot Lie - Review & Excerpt
February 25th
Booknerdingout - Review
February 26th
Renee Entress's Blog - Review & Excerpt
Two Crazy Ladies Love Romance - Review & Excerpt
February 27th
Sweet Red Reads - Review & Excerpt
February 28th
Jax's Book Magic - Excerpt
March 1st
Smut Book Junkie Book Reviews - Review & Excerpt
March 2nd

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