New Release – 40th book – The Gunslinger/Contest

I’m excited to announce the release of my 40th book – The Gunslinger. Sinclair Graves, known as Sin, is the fastest gun in the west. He returns to Rattler Valley, Texas, to find his past sweetheart, Millie Hodge, in a heap of trouble. Now he contemplates breaking a promise he’s made to his dying father in order to protect the woman he loves.gunslinger300

To celebrate the release of my 40th book, I have several specials and a contest I think you’ll enjoy. First off, for three days only from 3/23 – 3/25, I am offering The Gunslinger for FREE! And if you enjoy Westerns, you can now get the first four books, Cowboys of the Old West Series – Volume 1as a boxed set. The Outlaw, The Bounty Hunter, The Gambler & The Drifter are still available sold separately for only 99 cents, or in the boxed set for $3.99. Plus, as an added option for those who enjoy having a print copy in your hand, a paperback version of Volume 1 is now also available from Createspace or Amazon.

cowboyboxset300If you belong to Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited, you can read all of my Westerns for FREE! All of my Tarnished Saints Series books are also available on Prime and Kindle Unlimited, as well as many of my other works.

For a very limited time – until April 5th only, I am offering Wrangling James – Book 6 of my Tarnished Saints Series for only 99 cents. James is my contemporary cowboy. And for my medieval fans, I also have a limited time bundle sampler, Border Lords and Ladies Boxed Set for only 99 cents. Get it fast before it is no longer available!

Now for my contest. You have a chance to win a paperback copy of Sapphire – Book 2 of my Daughters of the Dagger Series, or a $10 Starbucks gift card and a pair of Western style handmade earrings. To qualify for these fantastic prizes, just enter through the rafflecopter below.

sapphire300kindledone2If you buy a copy of my Western, The Gambler, right now, or sign up for my mailing list, you can earn extra points in the Kindle Book Review’s Spring Break Giveaway to qualify to win a $200 dollar amazon gift card.

Be sure to watch my site where I will have a contest featuring my paranormal books next month. And for something new and exciting – I’ve branched out and am now also writing young adult books. Mary, Mary – Book 1 in my Gnarled Nursery Rhymes Series will be released next month. It is my first young adult paranormal book that adults will enjoy too!

Watch for more information next month, and in the meantime, pick up one of my books to read, and enter my contest!  My new Western book trailer is at the end of this post.

Elizabeth Rose – ♘

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38 thoughts on “New Release – 40th book – The Gunslinger/Contest

  1. This book sounds great. If I lived in the old West, I would probably like a lawman but be intrigued by the gunslinger.

    • Thanks for stopping by Joye! I guess I should have included a Lawman in the choices since that’ll be one of my upcoming books. 🙂

  2. Hmmm, I don’t know!
    I’d like to think I could fall for any of them … they’d all have their own ‘attraction’ I suppose

    • Thanks for commenting, Lisa. I’m not sure who I’d choose either. I like the bad boys, but these are all kind of dangerous.

  3. Probably a gunslinger or a bounty hunter. I love a bad boy but an outlaw could be to many things I would not like.

    • Niki, yep, I’m attracted to those bad boy types too. (Or at least in romance novels.) 🙂

  4. I’ve always been attracted by the gunslingers in Western movies or series – or rather, the gunslinger with a heart of gold, the one who thinks he’s all bad but isn’t if you can dig deeper than just look at the surface.

  5. Tough call. My love for the admittedly cheesy Magnificent 7 television series sends me towards the gambler. My love of reading Louis L’amour books when I was a kid though sends me towards Drifters or Gunslingers.

  6. If I lived in the old west I’d go for the Gambler, at less I’d understand what he was doing and give him hell if he keep losing!

  7. Honestly, I wouldn’t be attracted to any of them for a long term relationship because they are each likely to be shot and killed in their professions.

    • Bonnie – ha ha you have a point there. So maybe go for the one with the most money so you’d have something to show for once they were shot, right?

    • A fast draw would be a good thing back then. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

  8. For me it would either be the drifter or the bounty hunter. I rhimk that they would give my life just the right amount of excitement and adventure.

  9. Wow, tough choices. Each has some serious drawbacks and none would make for easy relationships, but for excitement alone, I would have to go with the gunslinger.

    • I agree with you so good thing this is fictional. 🙂 Thanks for leaving a comment!

  10. A bounty hunter. He is on the right side of the law, but has a bit of the bad guy in him. Enough to keep things interesting without having to worry about him getting arrested for breaking the law.

  11. Joni, true, but you just have to worry he’ll end up dead. Thanks for leaving a comment!

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