Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Guest Post w/ Carolyn Brown-- Tips to Catching a Cowboy...there might be some herding involved...

When Sawyer O'Donnell takes a ranch job on a whim, he lands smack dab in the middle of a Texas-sized feud! The Gallaghers and the Brennans are at each other's throats to woo the red-headed spitfire, Jill Cleary, and stake a claim for the Fiddle Creek Ranch.

Jill makes Sawyer's blood boil. They argue, they banter, but Sawyer soon goes from being driven crazy to crazy in love. Damned if he knows how that happened. But now that it has, how does he compete with two men that can give this cowgirl a lifestyle beyond her wildest dreams?

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What a pleasure it is to be here, to prop up my boots and talk about my newest release, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys. Thank y’all so much for inviting me. Sawyer O’Donnell and Jill Cleary’s story hit the bookshelves yesterday and they are dancing a jig that their story is out there for the readers.
They sure didn’t start out happy what with Jill thinking Sawyer was an intruder and threatening to shoot him and Sawyer thinking that Jill was a crazy woman, maybe even from one of the feuding families in town. But it didn’t take them long to realize that they had to stick together or the Gallaghers and the Brennans would never leave them alone. After drooling over the cover of The Trouble with Texas Cowboys, I do understand that there are folks who would like to know just how to go about snagging a cowboy of their very own and she’s agreed to list a few rules about that. So I’m going to let Jill talk to you.

Hello, folks. I like the five rule method to catchin’ a cowboy. First of all, snagging a cowboy is a good deal like the name of your site. It’s a lot like herding cats. A cowboy tends to be a wild creature, especially when someone comes along that has a notion to tame him, so he finds a herd and joins it for protection. Go to a bar or even a ranch and there he’ll be herded up with a bunch of other cowboys. You’ve got to cut him out of the herd and that takes some work but believe me he’ll be worth the effort.
Rule number two: Maybe this is what not to do rather than what to do. Don’t be batting your eyes at him and flirting. That might get you to date one but it won’t get you past that. Tell him that he’s not your type. That will make him determined to win you over just to prove he can. Number three has to do with the old adage your granny told you. The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Now I do not cook so Sawyer had to do that job. But my mama taught me to bake and Sawyer, like most cowboys, has a sweet tooth. So if you can cook, do so. If you can’t, then you’d best learn to make a good apple pie. Four is to simply be honest. Cowboys appreciate that quality almost as much as good food. And five, once you’ve got the lasso around his neck, is to fight for him. Anything worth having is worth fighting for and if a hussy like Betsy Gallagher comes along, then a pitcher of beer poured upon the hussy’s head does wonders to cool her down. Do you have a rule or two you might add to my list? I’d love to hear them!

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