Friday, June 3, 2016

Aloha to Tracy Solheim and SMOLDER (Firefighters of Montana) - New Release Blitz

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Reminder: I have a special giveaway to celebrate June at this link.  


Tracy Solheim is gearing up for the release of SMOLDER ...

Former Army Ranger, Sam Gaskill, is starting over in Glacier Creek, Montana - far away from the plains of Texas and the memories of his late wife. Taking charge as the new captain of a squad of smoke jumpers should provide him with enough adrenaline to chase away the ghosts from his past. Until a sexy, green-eyed temptress with a sassy mouth enters the picture…

Laurel Keenan, champion horsewoman, couldn’t wait to escape her hometown. But instead, an ailing mother and an unplanned pregnancy landed the impetuous dreamer right back on her father’s ranch. Laurel has managed to lead a quiet life with her young son—until she sets eyes on the tough guy with the sexy ass.

Sam already failed one woman; he won’t trust his heart with another. And Laurel is determined not to risk her heart—or her son’s—on another thrill-seeker. Can their slow burn lead to a love that lasts?

Glacier National Park Jammer Bus
Public Domain (link)

Tracy's creative writing career started in the fourth grade when she published her first book. It was a bestseller–mainly because her dad bought all ten copies. From there, she moved on to work for NBC Sports and then to writing reports and testimony for Congress.

Today, Tracy is the author of best selling contemporary romance novels featuring hot football players and the women who love them. She lives in Georgia, with her husband, two nearly adult children, and a horse named after her first novel: Game On.

See what she's up to at tracysolheim.com.

Bowman Lake, Glacier National Park
Public Domain (link)

I am giving away a digital copy of SMOLDER to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway, 

1. Leave a comment about Montana - what do you know about the Treasure State?

2. Comments are open through Saturday, June 4, 10 pm in Baltimore.

3. I'll post the winner on Sunday, June 5.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

Scorch (Firefighters of Montana, #2)Ignite (Firefighters of Montana, #3)Heat (Firefighters of Montana, #4)

18 comments:

  1. Large open spaces and cowboys!

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  2. I have never been there myself but my best friend lives there. I need to go and visit!

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  3. Farms cowboys
    Kimh

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  4. Montana is a beautiful, open state. We took our grandson on a trip out west 3 years ago and made it to Glacier National Park. It is spectacular and we had a lovely 4th of July weekend in the area. My husband and I will be going bad so we can cross over and visit the "Canadian side" of the park. Montana has wide open plains area and high rugged mountains. We watched 4th of July fireworks from a mountainside outside Whitefish, Montana. From that vantage point we could see fireworks displays not only in Whitefish, but in many small towns stretching across the plains. We enjoyed the museum complex in Deer Lodge, MT. The start is the old State Prison. The adjacent auto museum has one of the best collections we have ever seen. We visited Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park and spent the night in Three Forks at the historic Sacajawea Hotel. There was more to see, but it will take another trip where we can take our time and enjoy to see more of it.

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  5. I have never been to Montana, but it looks like a beautiful state. Love the photo of Bowman Lake.

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  6. The parts of Montana I've been in are amazingly beautiful! I had some of the best pizza (top 10 if not top 5) of my life in Bozeman a couple years ago too. :-)

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  7. All I know is i would love to go there some time. The mountains and pictures i have seen are gorgeous.

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  9. I've driven through Montana before, it's before open spaces. And cowboys :)

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    1. that would be *beautiful* not before

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  10. I only know what I've seen in pictures and movies. It's such a beautiful state.Clear, beautiful skies and wide open spaces.

    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. I only know what I've seen in pictures and movies. It's such a beautiful state.Clear, beautiful skies and wide open spaces.

    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. I don't think I know anything about Montana except that it's Big Sky Country and looks really beautiful in photos I've seen :)

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  13. I know it is a beautiful state and still has lots of wilderness.

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  14. big sky country, right? would love to visit

    Denise

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  15. I know absolutely zilch... other than what I read which is that it's practically all wilderness :) thanks for sharing!

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  16. It has beautiful mountains and cooler weather. I would love to visit :)

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