Monday, 6 March 2017

Renegade’s Pride by B. J. Daniels Blog Tour

About Renegade’s Pride

Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages

Publisher: HQN Books (February 28, 2017)

The renegade cowboy returns

It’s been nine years since Trask Beaumont left Gilt Edge, Montana, with an unsolved crime in his wake, and Lillian Cahill has convinced herself she’s finally over him. But when the rugged cowboy with the easy smile suddenly shows up at her bar, there’s a pang in her heart arguing the attraction never faded. And that’s dangerous, because Trask has returned on a mission to clear his name and win Lillie back.

Tired of running, Trask knows he must uncover the truth of the past before he can hope for a future with the woman he’s never forgotten. But if Lillie’s older brother, the sheriff, learns that Trask is back in town, he’ll arrest him for murder. Now Trask is looking for a showdown, and he won’t leave town again without one—or without Lillie.

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A sliver of moon hung high in Montana’s immense night sky as Ely Cahill made his way out of the mountains. In the distance, he could see the ranch with its huge barn and, past it, the sprawling house where he’d once lived with his wife, Mary, which meant he didn’t have that much farther to go.

He stopped at the edge of the dark pines to shift the heavy pack on his back. It had been easier mak­ing this trek when he was younger. Now at almost seventy his gold panning in the mountains took a lot more out of him. He couldn’t bear the thought of the day he might not be able to make this trip.

Moving again, he licked his lips, anxious for that first drink he’d have once he reached town. He’d been prospecting in the mountains for over a month now and had found enough gold that it was weigh­ing down his pocket, begging to be traded for cash.

A cloud passed over the moon, pitching the West­ern landscape into shadow. As if a spider had raced along his bare skin, Ely shuddered and shifted the pack again. He stopped to sniff the wind, alert to danger. At first he thought it might be a bear ahead in the shadowed darkness. He’d cleared the pine trees that blanketed the mountain and now looked down on the pasture. Nothing moved that he could see.

The moonlight glinted off the chain-link fence enclosure in the middle of the pasture. He felt his pulse bump up as his stomach did a slow, sickening roll. He had lived with the horror of what was bur­ied inside that fence for years.

Now he listened, his ears attuned to trouble. As if what was buried there wasn’t frightening enough, it was what the enclosure attracted that made his blood run cold. Goose bumps rippled over his skin, an eerie chill in the night air.

After all these years, Ely knew every sound the night made in this part of Montana, from an owl hoot to a hawk’s cry to the snap of a twig under the weight of a predator’s paw. It was one reason he’d survived in the wilds all these years alone, which was the way he liked it.

Over the next rise, the lights of town beckoned. He licked his lips again, needing that drink more than ever. Boots heavy, he pushed on through the tall grass as he searched the horizon for whatever had spooked him. It wasn’t the first time he’d felt his skin prickle at this particular spot. He suspected it wouldn’t be the last.

His hand went to the back of his neck. He rubbed his nape under his long, curly graying hair and con­sidered taking a detour around this particular spot. But it would take him a lot longer, and he was anxious now for noise and lights and food he hadn’t had to cook himself. Also, he could almost taste that first shot of hooch.­

About B. J. Daniels

NYT and USA Today Bestselling author B.J. Daniels was born in Texas but moved with her family to Montana at the age of five. Her first home was a cabin in the Gallatin Canyon and later a lake house on Hebgen Lake outside of West Yellowstone.

Most of her books are set in Montana, a place she loves. She lives now in a unique part of the state with her husband and three Springer Spaniels.

When she isn’t writing, she loves to play tennis, boat, camp, quilt and snowboard. There is nothing she enjoys more than curling up with a good book.

Connect with B. J. Daniels

B. J. Daniels’ TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, March 6th: A Bookaholic Swede – excerpt

Wednesday, March 8th: Urban Girl Reader – excerpt

Friday, March 10th: Books and Spoons – excerpt

Monday, March 13th: Run Wright

Tuesday, March 14th: Book Reviews and More by Kathy – excerpt

Wednesday, March 15th: From the TBR Pile

Thursday, March 16th: Bewitched Bookworms – excerpt

Friday, March 17th: Stranded in Chaos

Monday, March 20th: Broken Teepee

Monday, March 20th:Stuck In Books – excerpt

Wednesday, March 22nd: Back Porchervations

Thursday, March 23rd: Books a la Mode – excerpt

Friday, March 24th: Moonlight Rendezvous

Monday, March 27th: A Chick Who Reads

Tuesday, March 28th: The Romance Dish – excerpt

Wednesday, March 29th: The Sassy Bookster

Wednesday, March 29th: Becca the Bibliophile

Friday, March 31st: A. Holland Reads – excerpt

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