First I want to say Rest in Peace to two accomplished men. Nightmare on Elm’s Street’s creator Wes Craven and Self Help author Wayne Dyer. Both men have been very successful in their careers and have impacted millions of people. You both will be missed.
So this past week has been a busy one. We finally sold our house up north so that’s one less stress factor for me. YAY!!! Then the watch was on the Atlantic wondering if Erika was going to become a hurricane or not and if she had her sights set on Florida. Good news she did not become a hurricane. Then we come home late the other night to a 3000 pound bull standing in the front yard. As the headlights hit him he just looks at us and decided to lay down and take a nap I guess. The guy who owns the cattle on the ranch wasn’t available so hubby had to wrangle him a cow. Err I mean bull. After a couple hours in the rain the bull is back with his herd and the fence is fixed. Joys of living in the country.
Yesterday on our way him from town we encountered a turtle in the road. We didn’t him to get hit so my awesome husband gets him off the road. My hero!!!
This series is getting better and better. This series hits close to home for me as an adoptive/foster parent. She has been able (in my opinion) grasp the emotions that comes with that. I appreciate the effort she has put in. Now as for Vin and Lauren they have loved each other for ever but life got in the way and Vin thought he was doing the adult thing pushed her away. Lauren? I can relate to her when she stayed away all those years. You just don’t get over that kind of hurt and rejection easy. Coming home showed just how strong she was. Deciding what she wanted and going after it proved without a doubt her strength.
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Oh and send out a big congrats to Lori for Claiming His Cowgirl getting on ARe’s Bestseller list.
Now all the books in the Crawley Creek series are on the list.
I also did get a chance to preview a new Tymber Dalton book. Initiative Hehehe Don’t hate me.
Initiative by Tymber Dalton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars Yes I did get to read it early. Call me spoiled. Losing your husband/Master is the hardest thing Susie has to get through. Even after two years she’s still not got through it. She throws herself into all work and no play. Understandable, because how do you move on when you’re stuck. Grant and Darryl were her best friends back in high school. Having them reconnect their friendship was good. Having them help her move on was great. Having her know she found her spot in the world again was awesome! Definitely a tearjerker. But a real feel good story about finding your way again after being lost for so long. Make sure you get this book when it comes out!
Special Alert!!! InnerGodess Forum is having a Magnificant Menage contest. We will spend Labor Day weekend trying to find the Most Magnificent Menage grouping.
Sept. 2-6: Nominations Sept. 7: Top 10 Voting
1.. The ménage groupings with the most nominations advance to Top 10. Vote on Labor Day to determine who WINS! Who will you nominate?
2. You can return to the blog once each day to nominate a ménage grouping from Sept. 2-7.
3. If your ménage grouping has already been nominated—Nominate them again! The most noms makes the Top 10
4. Definition of Menage Grouping: A romantic tryst between three or more parties.
5. NOMINATE/VOTE BY TYPING NAME of Grouping/author/book IN THE RAFFLECOPTER BOX BELOW EACH DAILY POST. You may use the post’s comment area to give shout-outs to your fave grouping.
The GIVEAWAY: THAT’S NOT ALL–
Readers can win our basket of hot fictional menage yumminess!
That’s up to 6 chances to win our basket of free books and swag just for nominating. (This contest is open Internationally and includes physical and ebooks.) This contest is not associated with Facebook. Winner’s name will be chosen at random by Rafflecopter.
Please send out prayer and love to my friend Shelley Cornish as her family goes through a difficult time. I’m hoping she will be back to guest blogging for me on Sunday’s soon.