Sunday, May 14, 2017

Jolly Old England & Cowboys (??)

I'm in Yorkshire visiting my son and his growing family (a new baby in April - 9.5 lb baby boy named Aleston Douglas Nightingale) for the entire month of May, but this transplanted Texan wanted to share with you an anthology celebrating hunky cowboys and the Lone Star State.

The Cowboys of Clark's Folly (Texas) features four stories set in the imaginary town of Clark's Folly which is south of Dallas.  As the only resident of Texas, I had a slight advantage, perhaps. It's interesting to see how three women from Georgia viewed Texas.

The stories are Esther's Cowboy by MM Mayfield; A Cowboy's Cinderella by MJ Flournoy; Matchmaker by Carol Shaughnessy; and Return to Folly by Yours Truly.  Matchmaker is an erotic paranormal romance. The other stories are just good old cowboy romance!

The anthology, published by Gilded Dragonfly Books is available on Amazon as an eBook and will later be available in print.  Buy Link:

Here's the Blurb:

Welcome to Clark's Folly, Texas, a town where you will find cowboys to lust over. Each of the four novellas will make you fall in love. The cowboys are tough, but so are the women who tame them.If you love Cowboys, you don't want to miss these sexy, sensual stories. Take a fantasy trip to Texas and find the cowboy of your dreams.

To celebrate the release, I'm offering a copy of the book to a commenter who'll agree to review the book--love or hate. :-)


I'm walking the moors of Yorkshire while you read this or perhaps visiting The White Cliffs of Dover.  The White Cliffs of Dover is one of my all-time favorite books, and, if possible, I'd like to take my granddaughter, travel by train to the coast, and take a ferry to France.  The White Cliffs are supposed to be much more spectacular viewed from across the Channel.  I'll report when I return in June.  Wish me happy castle hopping!

All the best and more!


Diane Burton said...

Congratulations on the new baby, Linda. He's a big boy! Did he walk out of the nursery on his own? LOL (That's what the nurses said to me about my 10 lb baby and later her 9 lb brother.) What a fantastic trip you're having. I've often wanted to see the White Cliffs of Dover. At this point, I can only see them in pictures. I hope you'll share yours here. Best wishes on the anthology.

CJ Burright said...

Congrats on the new addition to the family!