Sunday, 1 December 2013

Hot Off the Range Contest

The weird and wacky authors at Mischief Corner Books have been at it again. This time we were given the topic of Cowboys, and boy did we run with it. Five stories, over 152,000 words. Hot Off the Range releases Saturday 7th December and will be available from Mischief Corner Books, Amazon, ARe and B&N.

It's currently available for pre-order from ARe HERE

To celebrate its release, I'm giving away two copies to lucky winners, simply comment and let me know what your favourite cowboy story/series is. I think one of my all time favourites (not counting the ones below of course) has got to be Tin Star by J.L Langley .

I'll announce the winners on Friday.

Riding and herding. Those spurs that jingle-jangle-jingle. What is it about cowboys that so doggedly fires the imagination? Join the Mischief Corner authors as they give you their own unique takes on the cowboy mystique and mythos, from the American West, to Australia, to outer space. The cowboy story will never be the same…

Once A Cowboy - Toni Griffin

It's been six years since Jesse Howard has stepped foot on the Western Hills Cattle Station. Now that he's able, Jesse's returned. The problem is, he's not returning alone. Will Logan Kennedy, the love of his life, listen to Jesse's explanations or will Logan close the door on the future Jesse's dreamed about for so long.

Accounting for the Hero - Silvia Violet
Grant longs for a hero to ride up on his valiant steed and revive his failing ranch, but he hires, Miles, a man with a desperate need for a job and no ranch experience. Miles may know a lot more about bookkeeping than calf-roping, but that doesn’t mean he’s incapable of heroics or of capturing Grant’s heart.

Sock Poacher and the Shower Thief: Tall Tales of Hooper's Town 1 - Freddy MacKay
One step at a time, one foot in front of the other. All things are possible when someone steps outside their door. In Namid's case, he meets the town recluse, Dusty, when he gets attacked by Dusty's porch. And that's only the beginning.

BULL: Corralling Nature 1 - Mathilde Watson

Shy, awkward, and overweight, Roland Paulson wasn’t the kind of man who attracted a lot of amorous attention. His romantic life consisted of a series of short lived flings and one night stands with other men who were just as desperate. When propositioned by a charming cowboy with the body of a god, he expected sex. He never imagined the wild ride that would follow.

From the moment Dodge Bramen set eyes on the adorable red-head he wanted him. And Dodge was a man who gets what he wants. He had no trouble luring the guy into his bed, but keeping him there was a different story. Deep kept secrets and unexpected discoveries could either shatter their bond or break it.

Fear of Frogs: Brimstone 2 - Angel Martinez
While Shax recovers from a near fatality, his shipmates have been busy. He's rather proud of them taking the initiative and finding them a lucrative cargo run. His pride turns to outright horror, though, when he finds out what sort of cargo. Unfortunately, he'll soon discover that a healthy fear of frogs doesn't prevent frog-driven disasters. Time travel has never been so messy.


Lupa Padmae said...

Y'all are not weird but just wacky. I mean who could not love a bunch of ladies who gives us hot MM love and romance......I mean yeah the sex scenes ads great but you ladies gives us a great story to. I can't wait to read your new anthology

Karen Candido said...

I agree with Monique! Love the stories you guys give us. MY favorite cowboy books are by the wonderful Silvia Violet...those are some hawt men!

Demetra said...

Good morning Toni - my first m/m book I read was Tin Star by JL Langley. And boy was I hooked after that.

Laurie P said...

Let's see...I love too many m/m cowboy series to name.

Denitra said...

I love the Range series by Andrew Grey.

Michelle said...

One of the 1st I read was Falling by Cameron Dane... part of The Hawkins bothers series. Still a favorite to this day.

Valeri Davila said...

Hmm.. To date my fave mm cowboy romance is Tin Star by JL Langley.