Today, I get to reveal the latest promo video from the lovely Sarah M.Anderson. If you haven’t read any of Sarah’s work, she writes yummy Cowboy stories which often feature Lakota Indian characters. I don’t think there is a single one of her titles that I haven’t enjoyed. Anyway, enough gushing…
This video is for The Masked Cowboy, a book I have been looking forward to since I finished book one in the Men of the White Sandy series. So without further adieu, here it is!! (PS… THE COWBOY IS REAL!!)
Intrigued? Well, here is the blurb too …..
He hides from the world…but he can’t hide from her.
Men of the White Sandy, Book 2
Moving her veterinary practice out west is a chance for Mary-Beth to start over. But her resolve to learn to hold her tongue goes out the window when she meets Jacob, a Lakota cowboy who says next to nothing—especially about the black leather mask covering half his face.
Sometimes he seems to be almost flirting. Other times, it’s as if he’s angry she exists. But there’s no mistaking the heat that flares between them.
Jacob still isn’t sure who—or what—carved up his face and killed his best friend three years ago. All he knows is the thing was after a child he now hides with his silence. A medicine woman’s granddaughter he would die to protect.
Outspoken, sexy Mary Beth reminds him of how lonely his life has become. But he can’t forget how much he stands to lose if any distraction allows a monster to rise again and destroy the last hope of his people.
Warning: This book contains a masked cowboy with a lot to hide, a woman who shoots her mouth off at all the wrong times, and the wanton destruction of a certain pair of panties during explosive sex.
A Masked Cowboy is available to buy on the 6th August.
Book One in the series, Mystic Cowboy, is available now.
About the Author
Sarah M. Anderson is an award-winning author of modern-day Cowboys-and-Indian stories. Her debut novel, A Man of His Word, won the Grand Prize in the 2010 Hot Prospect contest as Indian Princess and was published by Harlequin Desire in December, 2011. Since then, she’s sold seven more books to Harlequin and Samhain, all due to come out in 2012 and 2013.
Combining snarky humor with shirtless cowboys on horseback, Sarah also strives to raise awareness of the realities of life on Lakota Indian reservations. She uses proper Lakota translations when her characters speak their native language.
Sarah also self-published her grandmother Goldie M. Lucas’ novel, Eleanore Gray in 2011. A sweet inspirational historical, Eleanore Gray is set in the Ozark Hills in 1902.
Sarah lives in Illinois with her husband, son, and Gater the Four-Legged Mutt. She is a writer and editor at Mark Twain Media, Inc., an educational publishing company. When not chasing her son around or writing, she attempts to read, knit, and complete home improvement projects on her historical 1895 Queen Anne house.