#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


September 2016 Contest

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Stylish Sun-Shielding Hat & ONCE A RANCHER

Will Go to Linda Lael Miller’s September Contest Winner

The sun can still be blazing hot at the end of summer, and Linda learned a long time ago it’s smart to protect your face from the harmful rays. So for her September prize she is giving away this fun, physician-endorsed women’s estancia hat. (In the U.S. estancia translates as “ranch.”) The stylish and packable hat can be shaped in Western style (Linda’s choice) or, by adjusting the memory wire in the brim, as a Fedora. The hat is rated UPF 50+ for maximum sun protection—and will come with a copy of the launch book in Linda’s Carsons of Mustang Creek series, ONCE A RANCHER. Three other readers will receive a copy of the fan favorite book.

Right now Linda is celebrating the publication of Book 2 in her Carsons of Mustang Creek series, ALWAYS A COWBOY, which just arrived in stores everywhere.


On Sale NOW!

ALWAYS A COWBOY

Drake is the middle of the three Carson brothers, in charge of the family ranch. Lately, managing the wild stallions on his property is wearing him down. When an interfering so-called expert arrives and starts offering her opinion, Drake is wary, but he can’t deny the longing—and the challenge—she stirs in him.

Luce Hale is researching how wild horses interact with ranch animals—and with ranchers. The Carson matriarch invites her to stay with the family, which guarantees frequent encounters with Drake, her ruggedly handsome, stubborn and decidedly unwelcoming son. Luce and Drake are at odds from the very beginning, especially when it comes to the rogue stallion who’s stealing the ranch mares. But when Drake believes Luce is in danger, that changes everything—for both of them.

Enter to win Linda’s fun September prize package today. Then read the ALWAYS A COWBOY excerpt on Linda’s website and order your copy today!





“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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