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Two obsessed alpha cowboys give the woman of their dreams exactly what she desires.


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Twice he has been close to the altar and still no duchess.


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You always hurt the ones you love.



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Guess what I did last week?

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Some conferences are quiet affairs where I get to hang with friends, talk books, and laugh for hours. Readers and 'Rita's is one such conference. There's always something going on, but I never feel frenzied unless I'm dancing with a hot cover model. Other conferences are wild fan events where I'm overwhelmed and lost. And given how much of an extrovert I am, that's saying something. Guess how last week at the RWA Conference (Romance Writers of America) felt for me.

  1. Zen walking meditation in a sauna. There's no denying that Orlando in July is steamy hot. By the second day, I was soggy. My brain, my hair, and definitely my clothes—all wet mush.
  2. Military School on the first day. I meant to be crisp and clean, I meant to report where I was supposed to go when I was supposed to be there, but it just never quite happened. That's why I never went to military school. Phew!
  3. Party with my friends! I got to hang out with great people all the time. In the bar, in the lobby, in the bathroom, in the bar… Well, you get the idea. Great friends everywhere! (Check out this picture of me with Sourcebooks staff and another author in Epcot. The sign reads “Everyone needs deadlines. – Walt Disney”) Everyone Needs A Deadline
  4. Every day was something new. Every day was visiting with friends. Every day had me late to something because I saw someone or had to talk to someone. And yes, every day was like living life in a sauna. Thankfully, the hotel had great air conditioning.
Answer: D which really is a “all of the above” kind of answer. Yup, Florida was a sauna, but it was still fun. I was late to a ton of things, but so was everyone else. I got to hang with great friends. And here's a picture of some of the fabulous dessert I got to taste with bestie Cindy Dees! Desserts are best shared with Cindy Dees

And oh yeah…there was one more thing…

PRISM and other Jade Lee Kathy Lyons awards

I won the FF&P PRISM award for “Rock Hard” (part of the STONE MEN 1 anthology) WOO HOO! That makes five PRISMS (an award for Paranormal Romance). And in this picture, you can see my award from Fresh Fiction. 😊 Happy Day!

In case you're interested in the book, you can check it out here.

And in honor of my PRISM, I'm going to give one lucky commentor e-copies of STONE MEN vol 1 and 2! Just tell me how your week went whether you were at conference, the swimming pool, or anywhere else.

About Kathy Lyons

Kathy Lyons

Kathy Lyons is the fun, contemporary side of USA Today Bestselling author Jade Lee. She loves sassy romance with lots of laughter and sex. Spice is the variety of life, right? Okay, so maybe two kids, two cats, two pennames, and writing over 50 books has messed with her mind, but she still keeps having fun.

Or hang out with her sexy historical half, Jade Lee. Titled heroes with dark secrets are Jade’s passion. Especially when they fall for women who add more than just spice to their lives.

Dream Nights | Accidental Angels | What Happens in Vegas | Grizzlies Gone Wild | The Stone Men

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Easy Peasy! Just leave a comment below on what you're doing right now (besides reading Fresh Fiction, duh) and you could win e-copies of both volumes of Stone Men

 

 

Comments

8 comments posted.

Re: Guess what I did last week?

Hey, my week went pretty well. I was at work for the most part,
but I'm wrapping that up and getting ready to start back to
homeschooling my daughter .
(Dynal Roberson 5:21pm August 2)

Well my week wasn't nearly as fun as yours, but I managed to get a couple of books read so for me ... that's good.
(Annetta Sweetko 8:48pm August 2)

I helped my nephew with his first day of school's homework
(Colleen Conklin 9:26pm August 2)

Your week sounds like much more fun than mine. I was
helping my mother-in-law with getting her house ready for
some renovation to age in place.
(G. Bisbjerg 9:29am August 3)

Not as fun as yours in Orlando, however, I did manage to get
some of my photos printed for sale. I got supplies to make
pin cushions for sale too. So I need to get to beading.
And to top it all off, I've read about 4 books since last
Friday.
(Karen Gabriel 1:46pm August 3)

me and my husband finally got our own house so ive been doing a lot of unpacking and cleaning lol thats all ive been doing for days
(Dana Hopkins 5:06pm August 3)

summer? time off? not me... but I read all weekend, every
weekend.
(Tm Occhip 11:47pm August 3)

Nothing exciting, just work, spending time with hubby, and
reading.
(Mary Smith 8:39am August 4)

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