An Interview with LACE

Ugly Stick Saloon
Samhain Publishing

She wants no strings…
but he wants it all.

After her philandering husband left her, Lacey Lambert found sanctuary, and a better class of friends, at the Ugly Stick Saloon. Where she learned that the best revenge—against her ex, and the “friends” who kicked her out of the Temptation Garden Club—is to live life to the fullest.

Now that her best friend is moving out of her apartment building, she’s feeling a little lonely. And more than ready for a little commitment-free sex with the hot new downstairs tenant.

Freshly divorced, Nick McBride isn't looking for another failed relationship. But when the luscious brunette offers no-strings sex—he can’t come up with a good reason to refuse.

After he gets over the shock that she likes it loud, long, and in front of an open window, he finds himself wanting more time with her. Maybe even on a permanent basis. But it’ll take every ounce of his cowboy charms to convince her to let him sweep her off her feet.

REPORTER: Why do you work at the Ugly Stick Saloon?
LACEY: I was one of those stay-at-home wives, devoted to my husband, gardening and making a happy home for my man. Until he screwed around with a younger woman. I found myself out of a home, out of a marriage and in need of a job. Audrey Anderson offered me work and helped me find a place to live. She brought me out of my funk and into the fold. At the Ugly Stick, I feel like I’m with family.

REPORTER: Audrey Anderson is a former stripper. How is it to work for someone like that?
LACEY: (bristling) Exactly what do you mean by ‘someone like that?’ Audrey is one of the nicest, most genuine and loving people I know. She takes in strays like me and give us a sense of hope. There is no better boss or friend.

REPORTER: We understand you've been known to give love lessons. How does that work?
LACEY: (winks) only for very close friends and my sex education lessons are pretty exclusive these days.

REPORTER: Do you believe in love?
LACEY: I like to think it exists, even though I wasn't lucky in love with my first husband. It will take a knight on white horse to convince me this time.

Myla Jackson spent twenty years in South Central Texas, ranching horses, cattle, goats, ostriches and emus. A former IT professional, retired Army and Air Force Reservist, she’s proud to be writing full-time, penning intrigues and paranormal adventures that keep her readers on the edge of their seats or laughing out loud. Now, living in northwest Arkansas, she’s given up wrangling cattle and exotic birds to wrangle her muses, a malti-poo and a yorkie. When she’s not at her computer, she’s traveling, out snow skiing, boating, or riding her four-wheeler, dreaming up new stories.

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LACEY WANTS TO KNOW: Could you work at the Ugly Stick Saloon?


  1. Thank you for inviting me to post an interview of Lacey here on Get Lost In A Story Blog. Lacey has a lot of love to offer the right guy.

    1. LOVE IT !!

      And thanks for hanging with us again Elle or Myla...

      I'm not sure I could work at the Ugly Stick, but it would be fun to be an observer every now and then.

  2. No, I don't think I can work at Ugly Stick. I would be too self-conscious... But definitely would like to observe! :)

    Congrats on your new book!

  3. maybe not

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  4. I think I would Give it a shot! Although I don't think my husband would like it! HA HA

    tsommervold at hotmail dot com

  5. LOVE the excerpt for Boots & Lace & Lacey's interview is a hoot. I think I'd like to try working at The Ugly Stick.

    Mindy :)

    You've won a copy of Myla Jackson's SEX ED