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Labor Day BlogHop

Welcome to Maddy Barone’s stop on the Labor Day Blog Hop. If you fall off the bus, you canget back on here.
I’m pretty sure everyone else has treated you to some delicious eyecandy in the form of men hard at work. You might not be doing any physical work but if you’re like me you’re feeling a bit sweaty by this point! Grab a cold drink and enjoy! My eyecandy is a trio of guys that look sorta like three heroes in upcoming books in my post-apocalyptic series, After the Crash.

The first is the hero of Tracking Tami. Tracker is a loner in the post-apocalyptic world I’ve created, famous for his tracking skill. When a woman runs away from her husbands they hire the Tracker to find her and bring her back. Half Lakota and half Norwegian, Tracker is one of the men of his Clan that doesn’t have a wolf. He is tall and slender, with white blond hair in two braids past his waist and a cool expressionless face that shows no emotion. But behind his stone cold face is a man who yearns for a wife of his own to love and cherish. When he catches up with Tami and finds out that her husbands abused her, he knows he can’t take her back. Like most of his kin he reveres women, and Tami captures his heart. Instead he brings her to his cousin’s werewolf pack for safekeeping, where he hopes her fear will lessen enough for him to be able to court her. This fellow’s hair isn’t hip length, like Tracker’s is, but it’s the right color and texture and the face is right.

 

The second is Blue Sky at Midday, the hero of Wolf’s Princess. When Sky was just barely seventeen, his wolf chose sixteen year old Rose Turner to be his mate. He courted her with all the fierce ardor of a teenaged Alpha werewolf. His cousin Taye and Taye’s mate Carla insisted he give Rose time to get settled in her new life. When his clumsy wooing failed to charm his reluctant new mate, Sky left the den to take a job in distant Omaha. After several years with no word from Sky, Rose decides she won’t wait for him. She wants a husband and children, so she goes husband shopping. But Sky hasn’t forgotten her and when he learns his neglected mate wants a husband he returns and carries her back to Omaha with him in triumph. But Sky isn’t the innocent naive teenager he was when he first came to Omaha, and Rose isn’t the unsettled and grieving plane crash survivor he left behind. Their story begins in Wolf’s Glory.  This fellow’s hair is about right, but Sky has startlingly blue eyes and a dimple beside his mouth.

 

The third is the hero of Eddie’s Prize. Eddie Madison is, in the words of the heroine, a golden god. With his model-handsome face and physique, and as the son of the mayor and probable heir to his powerful position, Eddie is widely considered the biggest marital catch in the area. The few females in his town fall all over themselves to catch his attention. But his attention is focussed only on the new wife he won in a Bride Fight. Lisa is already half in love with him and his gentle eagerness to please her on their wedding night makes her believe they will have a happy marriage. But that changes when Eddie learns of her promiscuous past. His naive love turns to bitter rage. Lisa tries to convince him that her previous life is behind her now and she loves only him. Eddie draws away from his bride emotionally while struggling to believe her, but he can’t hide the accusation in his eyes or the mistrust he feels. Lisa puts up with his attitude for only so long.

For the blog hop, the prize I’m offering is a free download of either the first book in the series, Sleeping With the Wolf, or the second book, Wolf’s Glory. But I’m also offering a prize to one person who leaves a comment on this blog post. One commenter will win a paperback copy of Sleeping With the Wolf.  Remember that anyone who has signed up for my newsletter will automatically be entered twice in the paperback giveaway. Good luck!

 

30 Responses to Labor Day BlogHop

  • I love wolves!!

  • I love the look of these characters, such an exotic and sexy mix. Being a Nebraskan I always get giddy when books take place in my state, a bit weird of me I know, but I love it none the less. I signed up for your newsletter and look forward to hearing about future releases.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

  • The excerpts are great and the models are hot but I like your descriptions…I can picture the heros! Your books sound like great read so I am signing up for your newseltter so I have another chance to read your books and to learn of new releases!

    books4me67 at ymail.com

  • 😎 It think out of all the paranormal books that I read I think the wolves are my favorite. I would love to have a copy of one of your books.

    thank you.

  • Hi Maddy!
    I’ve read both stories and I LOVE this series! Seriously!!! I can’t wait to read more about Sky and Rose… they kind of stole the show for me in Wolf’s Glory:) Actually I can’t wait to read more about all 3 guys mentioned above! I absolutely LOVE how creative your stories are and am definitely a fan for life! 😀

    yadkny@hotmail.com

  • Can’t wait to read After The Crash-I like all three men already.

    kamwh1207@att.net

  • What great pictures and wonderful books to read! I just love the story lines. I’ve added them to my gotta have asap list as they sure caught my attention. Thank you for the chance to win one of your books, and I definitely signing up for your newsletter.

    pommawolf @hotmail.com

  • These sound like really good reads. I love wolves so they are definitely going on my tbr list.

  • I love wolf shifter stories!

  • Your books look great!

    Robin D
    robindpdx (at) yahoo (dot) com

  • Love the pictures and the cover of the book. Love werewolves, especially if they are the good guys..

    Thanks for the chance to win. 😆

    Signed up for newsletter too. 😀

    reneebennett35 at yahoo dot com

  • I love werewolves. Sounds like a great series. Thanks for the giveaway!

    beckerjo at verizon dot net

  • 😀 These look like great reads… especially with those pics running through the imagination!

  • Those sound like great books! And the native American in the second pic? *fans self* HAWTIE!!!

    Looking forward to these!!!!!

    Stacy Wilson

    dragn_lady at yahoo dot com

  • Thanks for sharing your heroes with us! These look like fantastic reads 🙂

    chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Gorgeous cover! Love finding new authors 🙂 thanks for the giveaway xoxo

  • I’m looking forward to reading your books! cheryllynne(at)rocketmail(dot)com

  • I’ve been dying to read your books!! They look so good. Thanks for the additional giveaway!

    megonski216 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  • The books sounds really good.Love the pics too
    elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

  • Gorgeous men – thanks for the pics! Each book sounds pretty interesting. I signed up for your newsletter, too.
    kacbooks(at)hotmail(dot)com

  • I have got to read these books I love love llove wolves they are my favorite shifters .I especially cant wait to see what happens when Rose goes husband shopping and Sky.All your photos are hot but my absolute favorite is the second one mmmmmmm

    flanagan@mebtel.net

  • Out of the eye candy above I think Tracker caught my attention more even tho it was very hard to choose. I also like the cover of Sleeping with the wolf. I hope that you have a great Labor day weekend.
    jessangil at gmail dot com

  • I’ll take Door #2 – the native american with the long braids. LOL Your books look to be delicious reads. I’m glad to be hopping this Blog Hop. I have found great new authors! Happy Labor Day weekend everyone!
    bestloverintown at gmail dot com

  • Loved the pictures. Your books sound really good. I have added your books to my list to get.

  • I love shifters! So I am loving the way all these are sounding.

    Thanks!

  • Great prizes, Maddy, I am a sucker for a sexy shifter story.

    caity_mack at yahoo dot com

    Just signed up for your newsletter today too.

  • Nice pics – but I would need to cut #1 and #2’s hair and then they’d be close to perfect.
    I love shifters and would love your book!
    MJB
    msmjb65 AT gmail DOT com

  • Wow, Maddy, thanks for introducing us to your heroes that way–what a fun way to meet them! Happy weekend to you, too!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

  • Like the blurbs. Thanks 🙂

    Brandi Roberts
    scssugar(at)yahoo(dot)com

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