Saturday, December 28, 2013

Angi's January Release

A former Marine and a pet-sitter, both with broken pasts, find healing and a future neither imagined possible. Saving a puppy, fleeing murderers, and a recognition of each other's shattered dreams, draws them together and creates a bond that goes beyond either's logic.

~4 STARS from Romantic Times Magazine
"Morgan launches the volley from the first pages so readers aren't left wondering whodunit, but they'll have to pay attention to the escalating action to keep up with the characters, who are in trouble from the get-go." 

Here are a couple of pictures from our research trip from Dallas to Amarillo.






























My friend Linda Castillo sent me some pictures of the snow in Amarillo two days after our visit.







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ANGI MORGAN writes “Intrigues where honor and danger collide with love.” She combines actual Texas settings with characters who are in realistic and dangerous situations. Angi's work has been a finalist in the Bookseller’s Best Award, Romantic Times Best First Series, Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence and the Daphne du Maurier.

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TWO CHANCES to WIN a copy: the GLIAS Christmas Wishes giveaway or my monthly drawing for a book & gift card.

I'm not a big snow person. Give me a nice sunny beach any day and I'm much more happy. How about you? Snow or Sand?

9 comments:

  1. I do love the beach & visit family up the coast as often as possible - bonuses all round with these trips. Right now I am sweltering, so a little snow sounds positively delicious.

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    1. Maybe the book will cool you down...LOL
      ~Angi

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  2. I live in Michigan so I like the concept of snow to look at. But it's a pain if you have to get somewhere and I'm always cold.

    I can also get a sunburn in 5 minutes (pale skin, auburn hair) so I'm not a huge fan of the beach either. *sigh*

    I can always put on more clothes when cold, but when it's hot there's no such thing as naked enough. I guess that's my non answer. LOL

    Marcy Shuler

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    1. I love it.... "there's no such thing as naked enough".
      Mind if I use that?
      ~Angi

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    2. If you find a place to use it be my guest, Angi. LOL

      Marcy

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  3. I live in the snowy area of the country... give me the beach anyday!

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  4. I much prefer sand or just seeing the grass. The snow is pretty when it falls but walking or driving in it is not my favorite thing at all.

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    1. And for us...the grass is usually green under the snow or ice.
      ~Angi

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