Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Showcse: Hero's Return by B.J. Daniels

It's my pleasure to showcase BJ Daniel's latest Cahill Ranch novel, Hero's Return.
Enjoy!


ISBN-13: 9781335013309
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date: 3-27-2018
Length: 384pp
A Cahill Ranch Novel
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Overview:

The prodigal Cahill is back—and ready to confess
Tucker Cahill disappeared from Gilt Edge, Montana, hoping to escape a secret that has haunted him for nineteen years. Then, when a young woman’s remains are found in the creek near his family’s ranch, he has no choice but to face his demons. The truth that sent him running years ago could take away his freedom now.

Kate Rothschild came to town looking for vengeance—and Tucker Cahill. What she finds is a tortured and irresistible man who’s more than meets the eye. Caught up in the past, they are drawn deeper into a twisted game that’s not over yet. And the consequences could prove fatal for them both…


Read an excerpt:

Hero’s Return by B.J. Daniels
Excerpt
Tucker Cahill slowed his pickup as he drove through Gilt Edge. He’d known it would be emotional, return­ing after all these years. He’d never doubted he would return—he just hadn’t expected it to take nineteen years. All that time, he’d been waiting like a man on death row, knowing how it would eventually end.
Still, he was filled with a crush of emotion. Home. He hadn’t realized how much he’d missed it, how much he’d missed his family, how much he’d missed his life in Montana. He’d been waiting for this day, dreading it, and at the same time, anxious to return at least once more.
As he started to pull into a parking place in front of the sheriff’s department, he saw a pregnant woman come out followed by an old man with long gray hair and beard. His breath caught. Not sure if he was more shocked to see how his father had aged—or how preg­nant and grown up his little sister Lillie was now.
He couldn’t believe it as he watched Lillie awk­wardly climb into an SUV, the old man going around to the passenger side. He felt his heart swell at the sight of them. Lillie had been nine when he’d left. But he could never forget a face that adorable. Was that really his father? He couldn’t believe it. When had Ely Cahill become an old mountain man?
He wanted to call out to them, but stopped himself. As much as he couldn’t wait to see them, there was something he had to take care of first. Tears burned his eyes as he watched Lillie drive their father away. It appeared he was about to be an uncle. Over the years while he was hiding out, he’d made a point of following what news he could from Gilt Edge. He’d missed so much with his family.
He swallowed the lump in his throat as he opened his pickup door and stepped out. The good news was that his brother Flint was sheriff. That, he hoped, would make it easier to do what he had to do. But facing Flint after all this time away… He knew he owed his family an explanation, but Flint more than the rest. He and his brother had been so close—until his senior year.
He braced himself as he pulled open the door to the sheriff’s department and stepped in. He’d let everyone down nineteen years ago, Flint especially. He doubted his brother would have forgotten—or forgiven him.


But that was the least of it, Flint would soon learn.
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author B.J. Daniels lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, and three springer spaniels. When not writing, she quilts, boats and plays tennis. Contact her at www.bjdaniels.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/BJ-Daniels/127936587217837 or on twitter at bjdanielsauthor.






12 comments:

  1. Love the excerpt! These covers sure have some Nice looking cowboys on them too. ;)

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  2. I haven't been in a romance mood, but gads this has me wanting to read it :)

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    1. I know Kim I get the same way wanting to read more of one genre and less of another, it's good for the back burner

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  3. Sounds like another good suspense/cowboy story from B J Daniels.

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  4. Argh! I really need to get to her books. So many of the plots catch my eye and I have a feeling I'll love them.

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    1. I know Sophia Rose so many good books so little time :)

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    1. I know and all I have to do to make you come running is say cowboy ;-)

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