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Texas Tango by Cynthia D'Alba

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Also by Cynthia D'Alba:

Cowboy Justice, April 2016
e-Book
Texas Hustle, December 2015
e-Book
Texas Bossa Nova, April 2015
e-Book
Texas Twist, September 2014
e-Book
Brought to His Knees, August 2014
e-Book
Texas Fandango, February 2014
e-Book
Texas Tango, November 2013
Trade Size / e-Book
Texas Two Step, January 2013
Trade Size / e-Book

Texas Tango
Cynthia D'Alba

Samhain Publishing
November 2013
On Sale: November 5, 2013
ISBN: 1619218887
EAN: 9781619222083
Kindle: B00EANAGS4
Trade Size / e-Book
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Romance

Their wedding might be fake, but there’s no faking the mutual attraction.

Texas Montgomery Mavericks, Book 2

Dr. Caroline Graham is happy with her nomadic lifestyle fulfilling short-term medical contracts. No emotional commitments, no disappointments. She’s always the one to walk away, never the one left behind.

But now her great-uncle is gone and her grandmother is on her deathbed, more concerned about Caroline’s lack of a husband than her own demise. What’s the harm in a little white lie? If a wedding will give her grandmother peace, then a wedding she shall have.

Travis Montgomery has one dream left—to build the ranch he and his wife planned before he lost her to cancer. There’s just one thing standing between him and the last bit of acreage he needs—a last living heir who has one traveling foot out the door…and an unusual request that challenges his determination to never again place his heart at risk.

The land he wants in exchange for a faux marriage. Everyone wins. Until things start to snowball…and the hearts they stand to lose are their own.

Warning: This book contains a tortured widower who doesn’t want a wife and an independent doctor who doesn’t want a husband. Hot stuff between the sheets and failed efforts to avoid emotional involvements.

Comments

59 comments posted.

Re: Texas Tango

Sure wish I could win an ornament, especially since I am from Texas but I
am not on Facebook.

melback at cebridge dot net
(Melanie Backus 12:18pm November 14, 2013)

This sounds like a book I'd love to read...thanks so much for this great giveaway!!!
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Bonnie Capuano 7:40am November 14, 2013)

The book sounds interesting. Thanks for the exerpt.
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Pam Howell 8:31am November 14, 2013)

I have been wanting this book christmas is my favorite time
of the year thanks for the giveaway
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Denise Smith 8:37am November 14, 2013)

Well done on this book, and you look great in the bright hat!
I don't think being a teen in difficult circumstances necessarily equates with being a jerk, but then I'm a girl and a boy might find it harder to cope and to express himself.
I'd love a cowboy ornament for my tree!
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Clare O'Beara 8:52am November 14, 2013)

Hi Melanie Capuano! You don't have to have a Facebook account
to be entered in the drawing! Just leaving a comment will
enter you! :) Since you're from Texas, I hope you get a chance
to read Texas Tango or Texas Two Step and let me know what you
think!
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Cynthia D'Alba 10:25am November 14, 2013)

Hi Bonnie! I hope you give Texas Tango a chance! Tell you
what I'll do...(We'll see who reads these replies too! ha)
If you haven't had a chance to read anything by me, drop me
a line at cynthia @ cynthiadalba.com and ask me for a free
copy of Texas Two Step: The Prequel. That is a short story
that serves as an introduction to my first book. How's that?

ANYONE can request this freebie. Just email me.
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Cynthia D'Alba 10:27am November 14, 2013)

Hi Pam! Thanks for coming by. Glad you enjoyed the excerpt.
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Cynthia D'Alba 10:29am November 14, 2013)

Hi Denise. Remember...if you read and review Texas Tango
during the month of November, I am having a drawing for
reviewers! Gift card prize. :)

Good luck with the giveaway! And I agree...Christmas is a
great season.
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Cynthia D'Alba 10:30am November 14, 2013)

Great blog today I just started following you on face book. I love cowboy books and will be ordering your new one, it sounds great! Thanks for the blog today.
penney
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Penney Wilfort 10:39am November 14, 2013)

A happily ever after book which will leave me in a great state of mind.
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Gloria Muniz 10:44am November 14, 2013)

Oh those cowboys. Can't help but love them. Great blog. Thanks for the chance to win.
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Gayle Pace 10:48am November 14, 2013)

This sounds like such a great book and I would love to read it.
I've been blessed to be raising my three grandsons for the past 11 years (now age 12, 14, 15). Their mother (my daughter) had MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and after caring for her for 10 years she died 2 1/2 years ago. Each day is a new adventure and at times there is generation gap, but they are great boys and I love having them around.
grandmabkr at yahoo dot com
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Brenda Rumsey 10:54am November 14, 2013)

I, like you, have no children, but it was Doctor's orders. Due to the amount of medications I have to take because of my health problems, the Doctor said I wasn't allowed to get pregnant. My health problems would make it difficult to take care of a child anyway. As for my teenage years, before my health problems hit, they were fulfilling for me. I was the youngest of 3 girls, and raised by strict parents, so I had to find an outlet. I decided that I would take my passions, and invest them in music, so I took up the Cello. I was in the Orchestra in school, and was made 1st chair, which is no easy feat. My Parents paid for a tutor to come to the house and give me private lessons one day a week. When I was old enough, I got myself a job, so that I was able to put some in the bank, and purchase things that wouldn't make me look like such a geek ( I got a lot of hand-me-downs ). For the most part, I was a good kid, and didn't cause trouble. I was also the clown of the family, and still am to this day, although not everyone appreciates my jokes! lol Your book sounds like a great read, and I can't wait to get my hands on it!! It's definately on my TBR list, and will be one that I'll be reading one way or the other this Fall!! Congratulations on your book!!
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Peggy Roberson 11:47am November 14, 2013)

Just downloaded the book! Cant wait to read it!
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Karen Johnston 12:23pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Penny! I'm so glad you've discovered the tour! Glad to have
you along. It can get lonely talking to myself! LOL
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:27pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Gloria. Like you, I want a happy ending to a book. That's
one reason I write romance. I want to be smiling as I read the
last lines in a book!
(
Cynthia D'Alba 12:28pm November 14, 2013)

Love the cover of "Texas Tango"
(
Lisa Avila 12:28pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Gayle. You are so right! Oh those cowboys! :) They evoke
all sorts of feelings, don't they? :)
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:29pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Brenda! Great to see you on another stop! MS is a cruel
disease. I am so sorry for your loss.

WOW on those ages of your grandsons! Bet you have some
interesting days.
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:31pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Peggy. Lives can be full and rewarding with and without
children. My life has been truly everything I could ever
dream of. Sometimes I look back at the years and
think...WOW. You are one lucky lady. :)

I hope you enjoy Texas Tango. If you do get a chance to read
it, Please leave a review on Goodreads or Amazon or
wherever!
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:34pm November 14, 2013)

THANK YOU Karen Johnston! I hope you enjoy Travis and
Caroline's love story. Please drop me a line and let me know
what you thought.
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:35pm November 14, 2013)

Hi Lisa! Wait until you see the cover for Texas Fandango, my
next book. OMG! It's awesome too! I have been so lucky with
the covers I've gotten. Thanks for coming by and leaving a
message.
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Cynthia D'Alba 12:36pm November 14, 2013)

I'd love to have an ornament that would make me think about
books/reading! I like the plot of your book! I look forward to
reading it.
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Wasanaa Smith 12:55pm November 14, 2013)

I just finished Texas Two Step and loved it! I highly recommend it to all of y'all. I can't wait to get on to the next one.
(
Tina Reiter 1:26pm November 14, 2013)

Recently moved to TX and would love to win this!
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Michelle Schafer 1:29pm November 14, 2013)

This book sounds like my kind of reading material! The ornament is cute too. Thanks for this giveaway!
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Carolyn Rhodes 1:39pm November 14, 2013)

What a great sounding book! The Texas ornament looks very fun. Thanks for the chance to win.
(
Vennie Martinisi 2:21pm November 14, 2013)

I have never read any of your books. Hope I can win one to read.
(
Judy Ferguson 2:43pm November 14, 2013)

Can't wait to read your book!
Would love the ornament!
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Diane Lesetmoe 3:24pm November 14, 2013)

Love the contest that you are running, thank you! Texas Tango sounds interesting.
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Carol Oddy 3:25pm November 14, 2013)

I am heading over to your blog and contact page RIGHT NOW to snag some swag!
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Susan Coster 5:22pm November 14, 2013)

Texas Tango sounds like a very intriguing book. One where I could just brew some coffee, find a quiet place to snuggle in and read away. Hope to win one of your cute ornaments...love swag and always think of being a winner at something. Thank you
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C Culp 6:20pm November 14, 2013)

Texas Tango sounds good! I love cowboy romance books and time travel, so this is sure to please me. I will have to check out your other books as well. I love anything Southwest whether it be jewelry, home decor, or ornaments, so I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for this great giveaway! Love your book covers too!
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Linda Luinstra 6:50pm November 14, 2013)

I have a 17-year old daughter in her senior year of high school. She's
preparing to go into college next year. It makes me weepy if I think about it
too much. My 14-year old son is a freshman in high school. I love that the
two of them are at the same school for one year. Every day with them is an
adventure! Your book sounds unique and interesting! Thanks for the
chance to win!!!
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Linda Brennan 7:38pm November 14, 2013)

Thank you for the opportunity to win!
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Malinda Chaney 8:40pm November 14, 2013)

Ah...teenaged angst. My daughter had always been such a
charmingly independant, level-headed child. One morning she
woke up a teen with all of the irreverent attitude, time
management challenges and back talk. We see glimpses of her
previous self and are assured that the day will come when
the more frustrating side to her will somewhat decrease. Am
so looking forward to that.
(
G. Bisbjerg 9:23pm November 14, 2013)

I love the sound of this book series and am looking forward to reading it.
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Marcy Shuler 10:30pm November 14, 2013)

Would love to win a book!
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Jodine Poulin 10:54pm November 14, 2013)

It's true that encouragement is a balancing act. You don't want to destroy the teenagers' dreams but at the same time you want to encourage them and let them know that it requires hard work and what they need to do to achieve it. Thanks for the giveaway.
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Kai Wong 12:07pm November 15, 2013)

Thanx for the exerpt. The book sounds great.
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Christine Schultz 12:24pm November 15, 2013)

I remember my own teenage years and knowing what I put my parents through helps me have more patience with my own daughter. I think it is really important for the adults that are dealing with them have a lot of love and patience. Can't wait to read this story and see how it all works out for Noah.
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Denise Boyd 3:24am November 15, 2013)

This really sounds like a great read..Thanks for sharing
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Cate Sparks 12:51pm November 15, 2013)

I'm a transplanted Texan. My whole family... including grandparents were all born in Texas. I especially miss it during the holidays! I went through a really rebellious stage in my teenage years. I definitely sewed some wild oats. :) Thank Goodness I lived to tell about it.
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Sandy Fielder 2:38pm November 15, 2013)

Your book sounds like a great read. Looking forward to reading this book.
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Carol Woodruff 4:27pm November 15, 2013)

I love all things Texan, and would love to win this book!
Thanks for a chance to get an ornament!
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Tabitha Keener 6:24pm November 15, 2013)

Wow, Congrats on your new book: TEXAS TANGO. I like the book
cover too! Your new book sounds fascinating and we love
cowboys and westerns all the time. I grew up in Kansas close
to Boot Hill and Dodge City, KS off the Santa Fe Trail on a
huge farm. I have been living in Austin, TX since 1985 and
would really enjoy winning and reading your new book this
Fall. Thank You very much. Cecilia CECE
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Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 8:36pm November 15, 2013)

Mavericks and cowboys, yep sign me up for a rodeo or a horse
ride.
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Alyson Widen 8:50pm November 15, 2013)

Book sounds great. Love the cover. Thanks for a chance to win. Love those cowboys.
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Linda Hall 12:58pm November 16, 2013)

Sounds like a great book! I work with elementary kids, teenagers drive me crazy! Too many hormones! They interfere with my own, you know! ;-) Congrats on the new book!
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Marcia Berbeza 1:47am November 16, 2013)

I love the title of this book! I don't know why, it just seemed to pop out at me. Anyway, the book sounds like a good one and I thank you for running this giveaway.
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Vennie Martinisi 11:25am November 16, 2013)

Sounds like a fun ride, I love cowboy stories and this sounds like a great way to spend a weekend relaxation day!
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Darci Paice 12:06pm November 16, 2013)

You got to love cowboys so strong and loyal.
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Callie Stuck 2:45pm November 16, 2013)

Texas Tango sounds like a fun cowboy story I'd enjoy! Looking forward to reading it. Would love one of those cowboy boot ornaments...thanks for a great giveaway!
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Rich Cook 4:51pm November 16, 2013)

I have just started reading cowboy books and LOVE them. Looks like another to add to my want list.
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Barbara Wells 5:35pm November 16, 2013)

Looks like a great read.
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Tina Lechuga 6:38pm November 16, 2013)

I was a quiet teenager. I did not come out of my shell until I was in my
twenties.
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Laura Gullickson 8:56pm November 16, 2013)

texas and tango what 2 better words go together.
(
Lisa Fitzgibbons 9:27pm November 16, 2013)

Thank you everybody for your wonderful comments! I'm seriously
touched at all the comments! Good luck with the drawing
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Cynthia D'Alba 8:22pm November 17, 2013)

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