Friday, June 12, 2015

Summer Reading...or Listening

It’s summer and the temperatures are warming up. This is the time I love to sit out by the pool and imagine I’m on a beach somewhere reading. When I write during the summer nearly all of my stories have something to do with hot weather and the beach. To me there’s something very relaxing about soaking up the sun and escaping to a new world, even if it’s only for an hour or two. Of course, the resulting sun burn isn’t always as fun.
I like reading beach books, but I’m pretty much happy reading any story in the summer. My favorites are the ones that take me on an adventure.
My first audiobook, The Devil’s Bond, just released. The weather is perfect for sitting outside in Freewill, WY. Annaliese loves to work on her art projects outside. Garrett trains horses and spends time at the rodeos during the summer.
What is your favorite summer read?

The Devil’s Bond
On a vacation she didn’t ask for, Annaliese Becker follows her muse from Dallas to Freewill, Wyoming. Along the way, she takes pictures and sketches monuments—like Devil’s Tower. A brief glimpse of a handsome Native American makes an impression on the artist.
Fulfilling a promise to his grandfather, Garrett Falcon stops at Devil’s Tower and spots a lovely woman. When he meets her in Freewill, he believes fate has spoken and pursues Annaliese—determined to convince her to stay in Freewill—with him.
Vacations are supposed to end, but her heart longs to stay in Freewill. Can Garrett convince her they were meant to be together? 

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Author Bio:

Born and raised in Texas, Jennah is a transplant to Missouri long enough ago she should probably consider that her hometown. But she will forever be a Texan. She loves to write any story that will make a reader smile, laugh, and maybe even cry (although you won't ever hear her admit that she cries). Whether the next story she writes is contemporary, urban fantasy, LGBT, or whatever other crazy idea she comes up with, there will always be love and romance in the midst of trials and turmoil.

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