Wednesday Words: Pick a Page

Yesterday was a blur, for very and sundry reasons so today’s post is late. It’s time for Wednesday’s words and the #1lineWed prompt is lines from pages 9, 28, 20, or 16. Today, to celebrate the upcoming release of CONVENIENT COWGIRL BRIDE, here’s a paragraph from each of those pages! 🙂

Page 9:
But solving the mystery of his twin’s behavior would have to wait. Chase had his own problems–mainly figuring out how not to get engaged to Janiece Carroll. While pretty enough, courtesy of a personal trainer and a skilled plastic surgeon, Janiece was High Maintenance, capitalized and trademarked. The former debutante had a voice like nails on a blackboard and the social skills of a spoiled toddler. Yeah, he needed to figure out a way to dodge this particular bullet.

Page 16:
Then she’d woken up to a strange man in bed with her. The man who lived in that penthouse suite. Chase Barron. All six-plus feet of sexy male with his lean I-run-on-the-treadmill-every-day body, his silky dark hair and those coffee-colored eyes. She jerked her thoughts back and remembered she’d nailed him in the chest with her boot. He deserved it. He was the world’s biggest jerk.

Page 20:
A shower and a cup of coffee later, Chase dressed in an impeccable suit and custom black boots, then stood staring out the window. Activity in the parking lot below drew his attention. Red and blue flashing lights. Police. Members of hotel security. And a beat-up old truck. He slammed his mut on the counter and headed to the door at a trot.

Page 28:
Chase knew better than to examine that feeling too closely. He wasn’t a white knight and this girl didn’t need him riding to her rescue. Her clothes were old, her boots scuffed and run-down at the heels, her tack fixed so many times the repairs had repairs. She needed more than a quick roll in the hay and that was his standard operating procedure. He was definitely a love ’em and leave ’em kind of guy. Plus, he preferred his women sleek, designer and aware of the rules of his game. He didn’t want–and definitely didn’t need–a down-home cowgirl next door like Savannah Wolfe.

So, here’s the cover, the blurb, and the links. Go forth and pre-order! 😀

It’s a marriage of convenience for this sexy tycoon!
9780373734900-final-frnt2Barron Entertainment CEO Chasen “Chase” Barron needs a wife like he needs a hangover. But when his latest escapades land him in the tabloids, he faces an ultimatum from the Barron family patriarch: pick a wife or one will be picked for him.

That’s when perfect stranger Savannah Wolfe shows up, out of the blue, in his bed! It’s all a mix-up, but how convenient. The feisty cowgirl fits the bill for a fake wedding. Chase’ll help her with her rodeo career if she plays along. But how inconvenient if he falls for Savannah for real in the process…
!!AVAILABLE in digital format on OCTOBER 1ST!! !!AVAILABLE in print on OCTOBER 4th!!

And mark it WANT TO READ on Goodreads!

About Silver James

I like walks on the wild side and coffee. Lots of coffee. Warning: My Muse runs with scissors. Author of several award-winning series--Moonstruck, Nightriders MC, The Penumbra Papers, and Red Dirt Royalty (Harlequin Desire) & other books! Purveyor of magic, mystery, mayhem and romance. Lots and lots of romance.
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4 Responses to Wednesday Words: Pick a Page

  1. Liza says:

    Preordered yesterday thanks to Amazon letting me know you had a book coming out. I’m super excited for this release!

    • Silver James says:

      This was a fun one but truthfully? The one I’m really excited about comes out in March–REDEEMED BY THE COWGIRL, which is Cash’s story. I made myself cry. A couple of times. And laugh, too. If it’s not up for pre-order now it will be soon! ❤

  2. Can’t wait! I hope the local Wallyworld has it in stock.

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