Winter Wonderland Giveaway: My Kind of Trouble by Becky McGraw

To help celebrate the upcoming holidays and keep you curled up inside with a good book where it’s nice and warm, I am giving an eBook a day away from December 1-December 24. Today’s eBook is:

Title: My Kind of Trouble by Becky McGraw
Texas Trouble Book One
Publisher:Becky McGraw
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Length: 341 pages

Summary:

Cassie Bellamy thought she’d left Bowie, Texas and Luke Matthews behind for good. She’d been gone for ten years and in that time had built a successful real estate business, had a new fiancé, and had all but forgotten about the Texas bad boy who’d sent her running to Phoenix in the first place.

She wouldn’t be going back now, but her daddy needed her at the Double B.

Driving her old pickup truck “Bessie” back to Bowie had seemed like a good idea when she’d left Phoenix, but it didn’t seem so good when she was broken down on the side of the road in ninety plus Texas weather in between Bowie and her daddy’s farm. And it seemed an even worse idea when her knight in brown khaki turned out to be none other than the bad boy himself, a Sheriff now, and still as hot as the Texas sun.

Cassie does her best to ignore Luke and remember her fiancé back in Phoenix, but Luke seems determined to make her remember his kisses and their nights of stargazing by the lake instead. And she definitely still has stars in her eyes when she looks at the delectable Sheriff.

Luke Matthews had worked damned hard to change the way people thought of him. He wasn’t know as the bad boy son of the town’s drunk anymore, they called him Sheriff now. For ten years, Luke had been living on the right side of the law, and had forgotten about Cassie Bellamy, the woman who’d left him dangling on a limb ten years ago.

All that changes when he plays good Samaritan and stops to rescue a woman stranded on the side of the road. He finds out the fine behind and illegally long legs sticking out from under the hood of the beat up old truck belong to Cassie Bellamy. She was back in Bowie and just as sassy and stubborn as always…looking better than ever.

Luke is determined to get answers as to why she left like she did, and she’s just as determined to keep him at arm’s length. Taking the choice away from her, Luke takes a vacation from his job, and hires on at the Double B as a ranch hand to help out while her daddy’s down. The heat and the close proximity work in his favor and soon Luke has her cornered like a stray calf…but what was he going to do with her now?

He had a few ideas, and all of them involved a king-sized bed and his lasso. She might be trouble, but Cassie Bellamy had always been his kind of trouble…and if it took hog-tying to get her to believe that, he was definitely game.


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It’s that easy! The winner will be selected using random.org. I will e-mail one lucky winner the eBook of their choice in their preferred format. Winners will be posted daily. Please check back here for a complete and ongoing list of daily winners.

The list of books to be given away during the upcoming week will be posted in Sunday’s “The Week Ahead” post.

Oh, and did I forget to mention the Grand Prize $15 gift certificate giveaway on December 25? One Grand Prize winner will be selected from the Winter Wonderland Giveaway contest entries for a $15 gift certificate from either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. Twenty-four books will be given away so say, for example, you enter all twenty-four daily contests, you will have twenty-four entries into the $15 gift certificate contest.

Stay inside where it’s warm, enter the daily Winter Wonderland Giveaway, curl up with a good book and enjoy the holiday season!

***All of the eBooks in the Winter Wonderland Giveaway have been purchased by Book Reviews & More by Kathy.***

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16 Comments

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16 Responses to Winter Wonderland Giveaway: My Kind of Trouble by Becky McGraw

  1. Felicia M Ciaudelli

    Starting over – always a good thing for sure – even though it may not seem like it – this will definitely prove to be a great book!

  2. Suze

    More cowboys – or cowboyish sheriffs! Count me in!

  3. Angie M

    Sounds like another great read! Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. elaing8

    Becky is a new author to me.Sounds like a good book.

  5. Timitra

    This sounds like it will be a really good read!

  6. Tiss

    Sounds like an awesomely HOT book. Thanks for the giveaway.

  7. Ruth S

    Cowboys!!!! Love them count me in.

  8. Joanne B

    A reformed bad boy and a cowboy all rolled into one. Yum. Thanks for the giveaway.

  9. Jess1

    Please include me too. Thanks!

  10. Eileen

    Story sounds good! love a reformed bad boy.

  11. Mel Bourn

    My Christmas list is getting longer!!
    Mel

  12. Sherry

    I would love to read this book. Love cowboys.

  13. Fedora

    This sounds fabulous! Thanks!

  14. Cathy Fierstein

    I would love to read this book! I can just picture her leaning under the hood of the truck…the sound of someone pulling up to help; she turns and the sparks start to fly the minute recognition hits.

  15. Annie

    How could you resist a story that includes hot cowboys and reconnecting with a love from the past? Can’t wait!

  16. Heather E

    Oh this sounds like a good book! Might have to add this one to my wishlist for Christmas! 🙂