|Host Angi Morgan|
It's debut week for BULLETPROOF BADGE, book one in my new Texas Rangers mini-series from Harlequin Intrigue.
In fact, I'm putting the final touches on book four. To tell you the truth, it was my first four-book mini-series and it's a little more difficult to connect four books together without forcing the reader to read all four stories. You don't want to repeat too much information for those who have read the series, but you also don't want a new reader to feel like they've missed something.
So each of the books has it's own story-line, complete with a villain for each. There's also an over-arching bond between the men of Company F and a threat that lasts throughout the series. Each book has a distinct hero...or "book boyfriend."
February ~ Bulletproof Badge ~ Garrison
Rides a motorcycle, has two giant Labradors, looks awesome in a tux, has a twin sister, and is named after two famous Texas Rangers. He's living his father's dream. Will it become his own?
July ~ Gunslinger ~ Bryce
Looks great in glasses...and a sunburn. Drives a truck, loves Bush's Fried Chicken, wants his own puppy and is the son of a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer. Why the Rangers instead of a rock n roll band?
August ~Hard Core Law ~ Josh
Widower, Company commander, single-father of twins, deep-thinker. Drives a truck and a sedan, works too much, takes his kids to super-pee-wee-soccer games. Loves a great shot of whiskey. He's always been a leader...so why is he waiting to find love again?
So I'm curious, what about a book makes it a keeper? Is it the hero or heroine? the villain? the story itself? Do books make it to your keeper shelf because of the author? For me it's a special mix of everything. The vulnerability of the hero, the strength of the heroine, the way they come through adversity together and find that there's no one else in the world they could have accomplished it with.
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Do you remember heroes or the story better?