Saturday, February 16, 2013
SIX SENTENCE SATURDAY by Tanya Hanson
OUTLAW BRIDE, by Tanya Hanson
Second in my Lawmen and Outlaws series
Coming later 2013
Set up: Outlaw girl Jessy Belle Perkins, sister to notorious gang leader Ahab Perkins, is being strung up for thieving a horse. All she was doing, though, was warning the rancher. The gang’s left her behind...
Former U.S. Cavalry scout Cleeland Redd is gonna save the day!
Of all the goddamm ways to die!
The thick strips of canvas around her neck wouldn’t give her but a second or two of breathing room. Most times she kept the cloth tight around her bosoms to hide the fact she was a female. But today she wore the only dress she had, and its high collar hid the strips just fine.
Ahab had taught her this trick, and she just might get away with it...But the rope was thick. She was dying, the world turning black.
Thanks so much for joining me today for Six Sentence Saturday! I am giving away a pdf or Kindle copy of CHRISTMAS FOR RANSOM, the first book in the series, to one lucky commenter today. Here's a bit about it:
CHRISTMAS FOR RANSOM: A good-hearted outlaw and the woman who gives him her heart...before she realizes it’s HER horses he stole!
Member of the notorious Ahab Perkins gang, “Canyon” Jack Ransom promised his beloved gram-maw on her death bed long ago that he’d learn to read. After growing a conscience and leaving his past behind, he hires Texas schoolmarm Eliza Willows to do the deed while she, unbeknownst he’s the crook, hires him in return to “track” the thief of her granny’s prized Morgans. Falling in love with each other is fast and furious but real...and the two getting snowbound at Christmas while gun-battling Ahab and the gang only adds to the fun!
To be entered in the drawing for CHRISTMAS FOR RANSOM, just leave a comment along with your contact info!
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Tanya, thank you so much for being our guest here today for Six Sentence Saturday. Both of these books look awesome, and those covers are just beautiful. You're welcome here anytime at WF, and I here's to many, many sales!ReplyDelete
Talk about conflict. Both books sound like a great read. I love stories that make you wonder how the characters are going 'get out of this one'. Best on the series. Thank you for the teasers.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Tanya. Both novels sound great. I am intrigued as to how Jessy Belle is going to get out of this dire predicament. You have instantly drawn the reader in and caring about what happens to her. Good luck with the series.ReplyDelete
Thanks for inviting me here again, Cheryl, and you other Fictioneers. Y'all make a gal feel right at home. xoxReplyDelete
Hi Renaissance Women, I think Jack Ransom is one of my favorite heroes...he set quite a standard. Cleeland Redd (book two) is quite a guy himself, a real tortured soul.ReplyDelete
In Book Three, outlaw Ahab Perkins himself is the hero. Quite challenging.
Thanks for your kind words!
Hi Keith, Jessy Belle is quite a heart tugger as things move along LOL. Thanks for your supportive words and well wishes.ReplyDelete
I think my entire outlaw series is manly enough for even a guy to enjoy!
I am so excited to "meet" another western romance author--I am a huge fan of western romance. Thank you Western Fictioneers for having you for an interview! And good luck to you on multiple sales.ReplyDelete
I forgot to give you my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, it was nice "meeting" you, Tanya.ReplyDelete
Hi Janice, it is always so fantastic to meet other lovers of Western romance! Thanks so much for posting today! The Fictioneers are kind enough to keep inviting me here LOL so I know I'll be seeing ya around.ReplyDelete
And it's always a pleasure to have you with us, Tanya! Thanks for that preview- Keith was right, it really draws the reader in!ReplyDelete
Sounds like another great book by you!ReplyDelete
Outlaw Bride looks like an exciting story. I have Christmas for Ransom and plan to read it very soon.ReplyDelete
All the best yo your corner of the universe...
Hi Troy, you are ever so kind! I'm sure I'll come back to say more about the book when it's about to release. I hope you like the whole thing!ReplyDelete
So good of you to leave a comment!
Hi Paty, thanks for all your support and help with Christmas for Ransom. I hope you get a chance to read Outlaw Bride, too. I appreciate you stopping by today.ReplyDelete
Hi Sarah, thanks so much for your good wishes and for stopping in today. I sure appreciate your interest in the books! xoReplyDelete
Good to have you here, Tanya. Thanks for the dip into your writing. The accent has me muffed. Wherebouts do these people live?ReplyDelete
LOL Chuck, they are itinerant outlaws. Take your pick. This story takes place in Arizona territory in 1881.ReplyDelete
Wonderful tidbit of the story, Tanya! I'm working on a western right now, myself.ReplyDelete
hi Ilona, best of luck with your book. There are a lot of western lovers out there!ReplyDelete
Oh, Janice, you won. I'll email ya right now.
Thanks to everybody who made me so welcome!