12/15/2017

More White Hat Heroes

RANGER PROTECTOR

Jack MacKinnon, Jr. didn’t expect to retrieve a fugitive in the middle of his vacation. Thinking he was doing a favor for his Company, he gave his word that he’d escort Megan Harper to Austin where another ranger could escort her to Dallas. Then his best friend claims she’s being framed and will be killed if placed in jail. He wants Jack to hide her on his ranch. Jack can’t afford trouble during homecoming week while he fills in for his dad, a newly-elected state senator. With no desire to fill his father’s shoes as mayor, he’s anxious to get back to Company B. Keeping his dad appeased and a determined, capable woman secluded from the person trying to kill her might just be the hardest thing this ranger has ever done.


Accused of murder, Megan wants to find out who’s framing her. That’s what she does as an investigative analyst. Should she ignore the ranger who’s putting his life and career on the line? Or play it safe and hide with his family? Her question is soon answered when trouble arrives in the form of a hit man. Jack has to find a way to keep Megan alive before her self-sufficient attitude gets them both killed.

"RANGER PROTECTOR is a solidly plotted suspense, very quick-paced, with appealing characters, and with just my kind of romance; this is a most excellent book!" ~MD, Goodreads Review
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A fun fact of inspiration about Ranger Protector
JUST OVER A year ago I went on a writers retreat with three friends. We stayed close to Wimberley, Texas in a secluded house (very limited internet) with only one neighbor. And yes...the idea of a scene developed. Who wouldn't be inspired by this...






























Ranger Protector is the first of the Company B series and hits shelves Tuesday. Ranger Defender releases mid-January. Ranger Guardian releases in July and Ranger Warrior in August.

You can check out Ranger Protector at your favorite store...here.

What's your favorite source for inspiration? 

8 comments:

  1. my bible readings that I do out of a few books every day! ptclayton2@aol.com peggy clayton

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  2. Reading about others who have made it through hard times.

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  4. Nothing lately but its usually quotes from books and ones that I see on Facebook

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