The Boys Are Back series
Entangled Indulgence

Some women are bad. Some women are a bad idea. The best ones are both…

A former Black Ops assassin, “Lucky” Landon has had more near-misses than a man should ever have. Now he’s out of that business and settling into the simple life in his small hometown. So the last thing he ever expected was to end up at gunpoint. Or that the woman holding the gun would be his best friend’s little sister and Lucky’s on-again/off-again lover.

Taylor Elliott is Trouble, and she likes it that way. And seeing Lucky again? Well, he’s been her dirty little secret for the past few years and everyone knows that secrets in a small town are almost impossible to keep. But Taylor has bigger problems on her plate. Like the local mob boss who wants her dead.

And right now the only thing standing between Trouble and disaster is a hottie named Lucky…


She was tall, her length stretched out under most of his six foot three inch frame even with their legs tangled together. And he could feel every inch of her long, silky-skinned limbs as they extended out of the sexiest, tiniest pair of boy shorts ever sold without a warning label. Those shorts, coupled with the tiny tank top, left absolutely everything to fuel his imagination.

Damn, she smelled good too. From where his face rested in the crook between her face and her shoulder he was enveloped in the combination of coconut and a sharp, exotic floral scent. Their exertion had caused the unique combination to intensify, and he couldn’t resist taking one last deep breath and dragging it in. It reminded him of the beach, long summer days, and suntan oil.
“Are we going to lie here all night?” Her voice was breathy, but she maintained a healthy edge of “kiss my ass” in the delivery.

“Nope. Only until the sheriff arrives and he confiscates the gun you tried to kill me with.”

“I didn’t try to kill you.”

“Sugar, if you point a gun at me you better be prepared to—” Lucky lifted his head to get a good look at his would-be-assassin, and the shock of her identity hit him between the eyes, swirled around for a bit and melted his brain. The hair was different, shorter and colored in broad stripes of blonde and darkest brown, but he’d know those eyes anywhere—hazel with all the colors of autumn on the mountain—just like her brother Teague. Just like all the Elliotts.



“What the hell are you doing here?” Shock, instant remorse at the way he’d tackled her, and the crazy need to touch her threaded together in his mind in a confusing jumble of conflicting desires. The only clear thought was that Taylor was here—in the flesh— after two long years. He didn’t even mind his hands shaking as he released her arms from over her head, trailing his fingers down one smooth cheek, and finally stopping to cup her jaw in a light grip that forced her to maintain eye contact. Not that he needed to—her gaze never wavered from his. The warmth of welcome and the edge of heat in her expression made his fingertips tingle where they stroked her skin. “The last time I saw you in Elliott, you were stealing my car.”


Robin Covington, who NYT Best Selling authors, Robyn Carr and Carly Phillips, said was their new “auto-buy author”, writes sizzling hot contemporary and paranormal romance.
A Night of Southern Comfort, her best-selling debut novel earned 4.5 stars and was touted by RT Book Reviews as bringing a “fresh, modern feel to the genre while still sticking to the things that get our adrenaline pumping — sex and danger”. When she’s not exploring the theme of fooling around and falling in love, she’s collecting tasty man candy, indulging in a little comic book geek love, and stalking Joe Mangianello.

Robin is a member of the Romance Writers of America, the Washington Romance Writers, a faculty member at Romance University, a member of the Waterworld Mermaids, and a contributor to the Happy Ever After blog at USA Today. Robin lives in Maryland with her hilarious husband, brilliant children, and ginormous puppy.


We've got all the "boys" from Robin's Southern Series getting lost with us today.
ROBIN:  Oh Angi – I don’t know what you were thinking inviting all these guys here. I cannot guarantee that they will behave . . . . fair warning!

ANGI: How often to you get lost in a story?
JACKSON: I’m not much of a reader but I do love to sit with my Dad and listen to him tell stories about when he was a cop. I can lose hours with him . . .

ANGI: What’s the first book you remember reading? 
BECK: Oh man, I did not grow up in a house full of readers but I remember getting a copy of “Treasure Island” when I was kid from a social worker. That’s probably my earliest book I remember reading.  I think I still want to be a pirate searching for gold – that would be so cool.

ANGI: What’s your favorite “love” word?
TEAGUE: I don’t really believe in all that stuff. People throw it around so much these days –they love their current meal to a television show. So, I guess that’s my long-winded way of saying next question!

ANGI: Can you tell us about a real-life hero you’ve met?
LUCKY: I served in the United States Marine Corps and I met heroes every day. If you have a few days, I’ll tell you about every single one of them.

ANGI: What’s your favorite fairy tale?
LUCKY:  Let’s see . . . Snow White, Sleeping Beauty . . .  any story that lets me kiss the girl.
TEAGUE:  We promised to keep this PG-13.
LUCKY: What did I say?

ANGI: What’s your favorite cartoon character?
JACKSON: Lucky.  He’s a life-size cartoon character.
LUCKY: Bite me.

ANGI: What sound or noise do you love?
BECK: The sound the wind makes rushing past my ears when when I’m sky-diving or base-jumping.
TEAGUE:  I figured you’d make some comment about the sound of a woman in your bed . . .
BECK: I’m trying to keep this PG-13 man.

ANGI: Fairy Tale or Action Adventure?
BECK: Oh, action adventure.
JACK: He’s an adrenaline junkie.
BECK:  I’m an adventure enthusiast.
TEAGUE:  You’re crazy. Why would you jump out a perfectly good airplane?
BECK: It’s better than sex.
TEAGUE: I’ll take your word for it. On the ground.

ANGI: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
TEAGUE: Bullitt by Steve McQueen. That guy was a badass.
JACK: I wanted the car.
BECK: I wanted the woman.
TEAGUE, LUCKY, & JACK:  We know!

ANGI: Who’s your favorite villain?
JACKSON: The Joker. Heath Ledger’s version was genius.
LUCKY:  Hell, yes.  That dude was scary as shit – and I’ve seen scary.

ANGI: What is your biggest vice?
LUCKY: Keeping secrets. After my years with the Marines, lying comes too easily to me sometimes.

ANGI: How is it working with hot guys and sexy women all day?
ROBIN: I assume you are not asking me about the evil day job!! Working with these guys is a blast.  They keep me on my toes but I enjoy putting them through the wringer when it comes to love.

ANGI’S GOTTA ASK: What else is on that bucket list of yours?
ROBIN'S GOTTA ANSWER: A tattoo.  I have it designed (a heart made up with the intertwining names of my hubby and kids). I just have to convince the Main Man not to roll his eyes every time he looks at it – he’s not a fan of tattoos.

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In June I have my first release with the Brazen Imprint at Entangled Publishing. It is a super sexy book called Playing the Part with a action movie-star hero and a romance novelist heroine.  I loved writing about them against the backdrop of the glamour of Hollywood.  (cover to be released by EP soon! – It’s hawt!)

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ROBIN is giving away a copy of HIS SOUTHERN TEMPTATION for a blog commenter. International giveaway.

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Angi asked the Boys and now I’m curious – what is your favorite movie of all time?


  1. I watch a lot of movies, so it would be very hard to pick an absolute favorite. If pushed to choose just one I would have to say LOTR trilogy. One epic tale after all.

    1. Good ones Mary! My oldest is just getting to the point where I think he will enjoy those. ; )

  2. I love so many movies. But, if I had to pick one, I would choose the Star Wars trilogy.

    1. Tammy - I love those too. Han Solo is the one . . .

  3. Robin, that interview was great. Loved it! :-)
    Welcome back to GLIAS, my friend. I hope you enjoy your day.

    As for favorite movie? I have one in every genre. I am a movie goer...love suspending my disbelief for a couple of hours.

    In honor of the "boys" being here, I'm going to choose Lethal Weapon (series of course, because they actually do tell one story). But on a different day, it would be a different movie.


    1. Angi - thanks for having me back. Can't wait to see you in person!

      Oh - Lethal Weapon- great choice! Definitely one of the best of the bromance . . . which I love so much.

      Hugs, Robin

  4. What a fun interview. I LOVED the opening line....Some women are bad. Some women are a bad idea. The best ones are both…...what a great catch!

    My favorite movie is Grease. I have loved it since I saw it opening weekend in the theater. I just love the music, the story, the characters.

    1. I can take no credit for that opener - a talented publicist tapped into what this book is about perfectly!

      Loved Grease!!!

  5. The princess bride for sure. :) Romantic, funny and romantic!

  6. Great interview!!! The boys sounded exactly how I thought they would!! So far I think Lucky is #1 for me.....

    May I totally agree with Princess Bride! Love that movie...always bring it out when I need a lift.
    Have an e-book of this fun book, so need to enter me. a Night of Southern Comfort is a seriously hot read also!

    1. Pat - Lucky is my #1 too . . . but don't tell the other boys . . .

      Thanks for the kind words.about my books!

  7. My favorite movie of all time is Imitation of Life, the 1959 version.

  8. Awesome Interview! Can't wait to read it :)

    My favorite movie would be A Walk To Remember. Such a beautiful love story. I cry every single time I watch it.


    1. Mikki - Oh, I have to pysch myself up to watch that movie because I ball my eyes out everytime!

  9. Loved this interview and ALL of Robin's guys.

    As for movies, I don't know if I could pick just one. That's like picking a favorite hero ... depends on the day!


  10. FYI: Robin is at the Smithsonian today, but I'm sure she'll drop by later. ~Angi

  11. I know I'll be in the minority here but movies always disappoint me. Maybe because my hubby falls asleep in the middle and then expects me to catch him up during the last ten minutes or maybe because if I try and watch something at home, I'm constantly interrupted.
    Books, on the other hand, never let me down. Looking forward to reading your new release, Robin!

    1. You'll have to watch a movie with me, Jan. They really are terrific. And here in the living room when it's dark there's:
      No talking, No texting, No phone calls, No dozing. Those are the HOUSE RULES. :-)

      I can easily get on a rant about paying for a first release movie and having people text throughout the thing. Drives me insane.

    2. Jan- I'm with Angi - you need to watch one with me. Movie time rocks in my house!

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  13. Angi, great interview of all the boys. I could picture them sitting right there with you, answering your questions.

    As to a favorite movie (romantic), I would have to say that it's a toss up between "A walk in the clouds" and "P.S. I love you".

    1. Hi Cindy! I cry every time I watch P.S. I love you - and it has a great movie soundtrack!!

  14. I know it's an odd choice, but I love TOOTSIE with Dustin Hoffman. It just cracks me up every time. Another funny one I love is JUMPING JACK FLASH with Whoopie Goldberg. :D

    Marcy Shuler

    1. Just watched this a couple of weeks ago. Awesome movie and I just love the line: I was a better man when I was a woman...

      LOL ... GREAT WRITING !!

    2. Marcy - Tootsie is amazing!!!! I can watch it all the time. So funny and DH is a genius!

  15. That is a tough question but I think I would pick Gone With the Wind.
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    1. Maureen - That is a good one. My sister could watch that movie everyday , , , ,

  16. One of my favorite movies is The Godfather. I've not read the Boys stories yet, but love them in the interview! :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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