Thursday, July 7, 2016

Unbridled Trails Book Tour: Guest Post & Giveaway for Boxed eBooks Set, Cowboy Soap & $10 Amazon Gift Card


Unbridled Trails 3
A vengeful cowboy seeking justice loses his heart to a damsel-in-distress, but can the results of saving her outweigh their chance at love?

Kyle Darby doesn't want to be a lonely ranch hand forever. If he can help his cousin run a ranch, his chances at future foreman will be drastically increased. But his need to find revenge for his sister clouds his logic.

Sherry isn't into dating or anything normal -- she studies bugs, for crying out loud. When Kyle rescues her one night at a bar, she finds it hard to believe his continued interest is sincere. Used to saving herself and her heart, Sherry has to accept that sometimes she needs help.

With her life hanging in the balance, Sherry has to learn to rely on someone else -- Kyle.

Can she do it without losing her heart? Or are they both destined to just be along for the ride?

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A lot of people wonder why I choose Montana cowboys versus Texan cowboys.

It’s more of a familiarity than anything else.

I live in the northwest and I’ve been raised in and around Montana. There’s an ideal there that speaks to old fashioned values and long term traditions centered on families and morals.

There’s something charming about a place where you can’t help but smile at the person you pass on the road or help someone trying to reach a high object in the aisle at the grocery store. Even the cows are friendly.

The speed limit is more of a guideline at 80 mph and they fry testicles every summer for the Testicle Festival (don’t ask, just click here for more information).

With streams running alongside the roads and deer mingling with the kids at the parks, it’s not hard to see why people and nature co-existing in peace and harmony is appealing.

But all that aside, the men are men. Not that they aren’t in Texas. Texas cowboys are awesome but I don’t have much experience with them.

Montana cowboys face the elements on the Rocky Mountains, in the plains at the feet of the same large mountains, and battle bears and mountain lions to protect their women and livestock. A Montana cowboy isn’t afraid to be honest and trusts his American-made truck.

I think it’s more of a why not Montana and Texas rather than why one or the other.

Between the two there are more than enough hot, strong, reliable, trustworthy, hard-working, masculine cowboys for… well, a few readers.

Maybe we need to add Wyoming cowboys into our mix as well -- just to up the ratio a bit.

What’s your favorite feature of a cowboy that makes you sit up and say “I love cowboys!”?

About Bonnie R. Paulson

Bonnie R. Paulson mixes her science and medical background with reality and possibilities to make even myths seem likely and give every romance the genetic strength to survive. Bonnie has discovered a dark and twisty turn in her writing that she hopes you enjoy as much as she has enjoyed uncovering it. Dirt biking with her family in the Northwest keeps her sane.

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