Feature – Something Sweeter by Candis Terry


SOMETHING SWEETER – On sale June 24th, year

About the book

The men in Texas are hard to resist . . . Seattle event planner Allison Lane is an expert at delivering the perfect wedding—even if she might not exactly believe in the whole “’til death do us part” thing. When her father decides to tie the knot with a woman he barely knows, Allison heads to Sweet, Texas, to make sure his new honey is the real deal. What she didn’t expect to find at the local honky-tonk was a sexy Southern man as bent on charming her pants off as he is on blowing her “true love doesn’t exist” theory all to hell. And they always promise . . .

Veterinarian, former Marine, and Sweet’s favorite playboy Jesse Wilder takes one look at Allison and knows she’s a handful of trouble he can’t deny. But even after a sizzling kiss and obvious mutual attraction, it seems Allison has no such problem. When Jesse uncovers her sweet side, can he crush his playboy image, melt her cynical heart, and change her mind about taking a trip down the aisle?

Excerpt
“Something’s not right about her,” Jackson said from the picnic table where Jesse and Jackson sat long after dark and watched Allison Lane. Jackson sipped his fresh bottle of Shiner. “Can’t put my finger on it though.”

Allison currently stood near the blazing fire pit, talking to Jake, who was having a hell of a good time putting on the flirt.

Who could blame him?

Baby brother had been tromping across the sands of Afghanistan for too long, dodging bullets, IEDs, and figuring out how to stay alive. The hot brunette was probably the first pretty sight Jake had seen in a long time. Which was not a slight against women in camo. Women in the military were more likely to be focused on flying F-15s, defining logistics, or honing their lifesaving medical skills than the newest brand of lash-lengthening mascara.

Didn’t mean Jesse had to like the attention his little brother was pouring on the newcomer. Though he’d have a hard time explaining why that bothered him so much. It wasn’t like he’d been the one relatively quarantined from the fairer sex for so long. Maybe he wasn’t the manwhore everyone in town thought he was, but he still didn’t do too shabby when it came to his own share of female admiration. In fact, Allison might be the first to shy away from his attention.

Scratch that.

She didn’t shy away, she ran like hell.

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About the author
Candis Terry was born and raised near the sunny beaches of Southern California and now makes her home on an Idaho farm. She’s experienced life in such diverse ways as working in a Hollywood recording studio to chasing down wayward steers. Only one thing has remained the same: her passion for writing stories about relationships, the push and pull in the search for love, and the security one finds in their own happily ever after.

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Buy Links
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Giveaway
There is a Wedding Themed Sweepstakes by the publisher – go and check it out right over here: http://avonromance.com/sweepstakes.

And the author is also giving away a signed copy of SOMETHING SWEETER with a gift card to Amazon or B&N – go and check it out right over here: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/521ac4382/.

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4 Responses to Feature – Something Sweeter by Candis Terry

  1. Tasty Book Tours says:

    Thank you for hosting today!

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  2. Kelly B says:

    Oh the decisions, it is hard to pick from those three. How about I just put them in preference order? I just can’t leave the other two out. Jackson, Jesse and Reno. Yum!

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