For a cowboy on the prowl in Vegas, what could be better than waking up in a room with six naked women? Nothing! What could be worse? He's married to one of them, only they aren't talking and he can't remember which one.
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Amber Quill Press, LLC
September 19, 2010
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Excerpt from Cave Creek Cowboy by Brit Blaise
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"...A great story. The characters leap off the page. Ms. Blaise has written very colorful characters in Mike Kale and Kresley Hansen. As a reader I became very involved in wishing them every happiness. The supporting characters...are also very colorfully described and closely interwoven in Mike and Kresley's story. Ms. Blaise vividly shares the lives of Arizona cowboys in her fourth book of the Cave Creek Cowboy series. I recommend this book to everyone."--Ellen Bunch, The Road To Romance
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...Bev cleared her throat. "So who's going first? Which one of us is ready to make the man suffer for not remembering he married our Kresley?"
"I don't know if I want to do this," Kresley said. "We were all drunk but we still should've known better."
Bev nodded in agreement. "And Connie's idea of an old-fashioned shivaree was insane. All of us need to have our heads examined for going along with it--"
"I don't know," Zoe interrupted. "I think it'll make a great story to tell the grandkids. The night Grandpa went to bed with six naked women and woke up married to Grandma."
"This is all too much drama," Kresley insisted. "Besides, a shivaree is not naked women sharing my wedding bed. It's clanging pots and pans, or some such nonsense, in a noisy mock serenade while the married couple is trying to get frisky. You guys certainly made sure that didn't happen..."