#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


May Contest

Win Linda Lael Miller’s

Smashing LED Cowboy Hat &

Her Latest Hot HERO

Couldn’t attend the RT Booklovers’ Convention this month and go to Linda Lael Miller’s Rhinestone Cowgirl party she’s hosting there? Then you’ll love this chance to win one of the knock-out, blue sequined, LED cowboy hats she’s giving away as her favors to her party guests. This fun cowgirl accessory and a copy of Linda’s latest national bestseller, FOREVER A HERO, will go to her May contest winner. Three additional winners will each receive one of the Carsons of Mustang Creek series books.

Speaking of that fan-favorite series, up next is a holiday revisit to Mustang Creek with Linda’s October gift hardcover, A SNOW COUNTRY CHRISTMAS. Straight from the book jacket: a Hollywood mogul discovers his inner cowboy—and the woman of his dreams—amid the rugged beauty of Wyoming. Idea: pre-order it now!


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For the youngest Carson brother, finding—and fixing—trouble seems to be all in a day’s work.

Mace Carson doesn’t consider himself a hero. Back in college, he came upon a woman in trouble and intervened—but he was just one irate Wyoming cowboy with his boots planted firmly on the side of right. Now a successful vintner, Mace is shocked to be reunited with the woman he saved. But it turns out she’s in Wyoming on business…a corporate executive representing the company that wants to buy his winery. Only, he’s not selling.

Kelly Wright has never forgotten that horrible night ten years ago when Mace came to her rescue, has never forgotten him. The surprising success of a winery in the middle of ranch country has brought her to Mustang Creek, and she’s secretly thrilled to discover Mace at the helm. Reluctant to mix business with pleasure, Kelly vows to keep things professional, until her attacker is released from prison and comes for vengeance…against both of them.

Enter to win Linda’s fun May prize package.





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