Saturday, August 11, 2012

Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller #Giveaway




BIG SKY MOUNTAIN

July 2012

The "First Lady of the West," #1 New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller, brings you to Parable, Montana-where love awaits. 

With his rugged good looks, vast wealth and family name, hell-raiser Hutch Carmody is still the golden boy of Parable, Montana. But he's done some growing up-making peace with his illegitimate half brother and inheriting half of Whisper Creek Ranch, which should have been all his. These days, Hutch knows there are some things money can't buy: like the heart of loving, ladylike divorc√© Kendra Shepherd. 

Kendra's quiet mansion reminds her of what she wants most-a devoted husband and the pitter-patter of little feet. She can't get Hutch Carmody out of her mind. But a rough-and-tumble cowboy like Hutch, coming home for family dinner? Seems crazy! Then again, crazier dreams have become reality under the vast Montana sky.

BIG SKY MOUNTAIN

Linda Lael Miller

HQN Books; July 31, 2012
384 pages; $7.99 U.S./$9.99 CAN.
ISBN-13: 978-0-373-77661-0


Here's your chance to read along a little with us in Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller. Be sure to go back and catch up if you want to read some more from this book at http://booktrib.com/booktrib-
blog-tour-nyt-bestselling-author-linda-lael-millers-big-
sky-mountain/.
She was, he told her, the only person on earth he could or would trust with the child.
Kendra wanted nothing so much as a child and, during their brief marriage, Jeffrey had denied her repeated requests to start a family. It was a bitter pill to swallow, learning that he’d refused her a baby and then fathered one with someone else, someone he’d met on a business trip. 
She’d done what Jeffrey asked, not so much for his sake—though she’d loved him once, or believed she did—as for Madison’s. And her own. 
The search hadn’t been an easy one, even with the funds Jeffrey had set aside for the purpose, involving a great deal of web-surfing, phone calls and emails, travel and so many highs and lows that she nearly gave up several times. 
Then it happened. She found Madison. Kendra hadn’t known what she’d feel upon actually meeting her former husband’s child, but any doubts she might have had had been dispelled the moment—the moment—she’d met this cautious, winsome little girl.


And a little from the author, Linda Lael Miller:
When brainstorming your next storyline, do you know whether it will be a trilogy or a stand-alone book? Can you discuss the differences between writing a trilogy or a stand-alone?
I usually think in terms of a series—there are actually six books in the Parable/Big Sky group.  I’ve tried many times to write a stand-alone book—I meant “The Man from Stone Creek” to be one—but I seem to be wired for trilogies.  J Some engaging secondary character always appears, with a story to be told, and the next thing I know, I’m off and running.  Some of my early books—“Fletcher’s Woman” and “Willow” come to mind—were intended as single stories and stayed that way, but the series thing goes back a long way.  My first series was the Corbin books—there were brothers, and an interesting sister, too.  So the first book turned into four.  It’s organic with me—I guess I just think in terms of big, sweeping stories with casts of thousands!



Where to buy: You can find the new Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller on bookshelves in stores and online now.

How to connect: Be sure to check out more from www.LindaLaelMiller.com.

Prize: One of you can win your own copy of Big Sky Mountain.

Giveaway: This giveaway is open until 12:01am EST on 8/25/12. It is open to US residents only. Please enter in the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!


*Disclaimer: I received this product for review. All opinions are my own.*




7 comments:

Karen B said...

Always a great story - with wonderful characters and locations.

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Rachel said...

I like that her books are romances with a western flavor
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bn100 said...

I like the characters and cowboys.

rubynreba said...

I like the western characters. Very striking covers.

Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

The great stories
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ruthhill74 said...

Nothing like a romance in the West! You just can't go wrong!

Anita Yancey said...

I really like the characters she uses in her books.
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