Sunday, January 4, 2015

Aloha to Fiona Lowe and MONTANA ACTUALLY

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A big-city doctor in a small-town Montana practice....A former nurse who has sworn off doctors forever....The scene is set for passions to ignite in Big Sky Country. For readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods.

City doctor Josh Stanton and his sports car don’t suit the country, but with his medical school debt about to bury him, Josh has to make the best out of a bad situation. Adjusting to his new job and life in the middle of nowhere isn’t easy, but at least the views of the mountains—and one distractingly attractive local—are stunning…

After eight years away, Katrina McCade is back in Bear Paw for a break from her life, bad choices—and men. But when a broad-shouldered stranger bursts into town, she finds herself unexpectedly saddled with the town’s sexy new doctor as a tenant. Katrina doesn’t need a man to make her happy, especially a disgruntled physician. But try telling her body that…

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Multi published with Berkley, Carina Press and Harlequin, Fiona's been the recipient of a RITA and a R*BY (Australian Romantic Book of the Year) for her novel, Boomerang Bride. She's also won a CataRomance Reviewer’s Award and been nominated for a RT Reviewers' Choice Award & an Australian Romance Readers Award. Her current Medicine River series is set in Montana, She loves creating characters you could meet on the street and enjoys putting them in unique situations where they eventually fall in love. Fiona currently lives in Australia, which is a lot warmer than Montana, and she attempts to juggle her writing career with her own real life hero, a rambling garden with 80 rose bushes and two heroes in the making. 

Learn more about Fiona from her website link and Facebook link.

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I am giving away a print copy of MONTANA ACTUALLY to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway,

1.  What would you do in Big Sky Country - hiking?  climbing? rafting? lassoing city slicker doctor?

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, January 11, 10 pm in Baltimore.  

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, January 12.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

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Coming in July 2015 from Berkley

18 comments:

  1. I think I Would do some hiking.

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  2. Hiking or lassoing city slicker doctor :D
    The covers are wonderful!
    Thank you for the great review :)

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  3. I would stay at some central location & go on day trips. I do like walking.

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  4. I'm currently living in Big Sky country, i actually like going to Glacier. you really have to like the outdoors if you come out here. If you're not an outdoorsy person Montana isn't the place for you.

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  5. I would do some hiking and picture taking.

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  6. Hiking or seeing the sites of the area.
    Patoct

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  7. love to enjoy the outdoors, some hiking, breathe!
    Denise

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  8. I am an older lady; so can I say none of the above; would just love to enjoy the scenery.

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  9. River Rafting and Hiking sound good to me!

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  10. Some mild hiking lol but would love to just see the sights and all the different scenery.

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  11. Thanks for the introduction to Fiona Lowe, Kim! Imagine that, a Southern gal living in Australia but writing about Montana. Sounds mighty interesting. :-) And I love stories about the West/Big Sky Country. This one about a big city doctor and a small town nurse sounds great...like the sparks will really fly. :-) Thanks for the post. jdh2690@gmail.com

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    1. Oops, didn't answer the question. Well, because of my knees, hiking and climbing are OUT. So I believe rafting or horse back riding would be my pleasures of choice. Maybe fishing too, on lazy days. Sounds like fun! jdh2690@gmail.com

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  12. I've always wanted to go rafting!

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  13. I love hiking! And I would love to try rafting :) thanks for sharing!

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  14. It would be hiking for me, too.

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  15. Hiking for me as well.
    Patty B43

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