What if Christian Fiction Monday happened on a Friday? Well, that’s what’s happening this Friday.
I’m woefully behind in my reading, especially since I have been and will be reading RITA contest entries. I cannot judge in the category in which I’m entered, so I don’t get the added plus of catching up on my favorite books and authors. You know my problem. So many books, so little time. Anyway, Susan May Warren is among the many writers I know, and she has a new book out called Taming Rafe. Here is just a tidbit to whet your whistle:
In less than eight seconds, he lost his title, his career, and his best friend-all on the dirt floor of a noisy rodeo arena. Katherine Breckenridge just wants to make a difference by running her mother’s charity foundation. But the mysterious disappearance of half a million dollars has forced it to the brink of bankruptcy. Her last chance to save it is the annual fund-raiser, an event that’s destroyed by an out-of-control Rafe Noble.
Desperate to rescue the foundation, Katherine heads to the Noble family ranch to enlist Rafe’s help in raising the money he cost her in lost donations. What she doesn’t know is that Rafe is broke-in cash and in spirit-and that helping her could end up costing him his life.
For those of you who don’t know it, I’m a cowgirl at heart. Owned horses for years. Did a little competing, a little more trail riding. While I sold my last horse too many years ago and haven’t worn a pair of Western boots in a long, long while, the cowgirl in me remains. Love those cowboys in those great hats. And love that shot of what looks to me like the Grand Tetons on this book cover. The Tetons are a part of my stompin’ grounds.