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Love at the 20-Yard Line is available FREE through Feb. 10.

If you haven’t downloaded your copy yet, you can find it at these online retailers:

Amazon – http://amzn.to/1ZKppPx

Nook – http://tinyurl.com/brodyballnook

Apple – http://tinyurl.com/brodyballapple

Kobo http://tinyurl.com/brodyballkobo

Here’s a little about the story:

He’s about to fumble his chance at love…

Haven Haggarty is woefully inept when it comes to men and matters of the heart. Successful in her job as an image consultant with an up-and-coming company, she wishes she could enjoy as much triumph in her dating efforts. When she falls hard for a handsome wide receiver, Haven realizes she needs to tackle her fears or miss the opportunity to experience once-in-a-lifetime love.

Brody Jackson lives and breathes football. As a wide receiver for a popular arena team, he’s determined to make it back to the NFL. Cocky and confident, he doesn’t have the time or energy to be bothered with a serious relationship until he’s blindsided by a sweet, naive girl who breaks through his defenses. He has to decide if he’ll let go of his dreams or fumble his chance to win Haven’s heart.

And an excerpt:

“Now, how about these sweaters you wear? The only time I’ve seen you dressed in something else was the day we went to lunch. You had on a business suit that day.”

“I like sweaters. They’re soft and warm and pretty.” Haven had no idea why Brody wanted to discuss her wardrobe selections. It certainly wasn’t what she wanted to do.

Pressing her lips to his and seeing if they tingled like they did the first time he kissed her seemed like a much better idea.

“Pretty,” Brody repeated, fascinated by the way her lips moved. Most of the girls he’d dated in the past wouldn’t have been caught dead dressed in the modest attire Haven favored. On her, though, the soft, feminine clothes were definitely appealing.

He turned his gaze to her hair. His next objective was to remove the hair band binding the golden mane at the back of her head. He’d dreamed of what her hair would look like down, how it would feel with his hands buried in the curls, and he wasn’t leaving until he found out.

“What about your hair? How come you’ve always got it pulled back?”

She reached a hand up to her hair, uncertain how she’d styled it before leaving for the game. When she felt the hair band holding it in a ponytail, she tugged it out and stared at it lying on her palm.

“Old habit from growing up on a farm. Hair tends to get in the way when you’re outside working. At work, I like to keep a professional image with it up, and I pull it into a ponytail at home most times without thinking.”

Brody took the band from her hand and dropped it on the table next to her glasses. Slowly, he threaded his fingers into her hair. It felt even better than he’d imagined and he drew closer, taking a deep breath, inhaling the sweet scent of it. When she leaned into his hand, he swallowed back a groan.

On the verge of devouring her with his growing longing, Brody gave himself a mental lecture to calm down and take things slow. He didn’t want to scare Haven half to death the first time he really kissed her.

“Any more questions?” Haven smiled at Brody as he worked his hands through to the ends of her hair then wrapped a curl around one long finger.

The appearance of her dimples was his undoing. Gently spanning her waist with his hands, he slid her closer then pressed his lips to each indentation in her cheeks before turning his passionate gaze to hers.

“No more questions. I think we should seal this deal with a kiss.” He watched Haven’s eyes drift shut.

Brody knew kissing her would be amazing. What he hadn’t anticipated was the explosion of fiery heat in every nerve ending in his body. Her lips moving beneath his set him aflame with no hope of extinguishing the blaze.

In the next few seconds, Brody realized two important details. The first was that Haven touched places in his heart and soul he never even knew existed. The second was that he’d never, in his lifetime, get enough of her kisses.

“Haven,” he whispered. His gravelly tone made a shiver rack through her with such force he could feel it. He deepened the kiss and folded her closer in his embrace, discovering a perfect moment of pure happiness.

Out of breath and out of her mind, Haven knew she should jump off Brody’s lap and show him to the door. She knew any more of his kisses would render her helpless and hopeless.

Despite what she knew, she couldn’t force her languid limbs to move any more than she could force herself to focus on anything except how right it felt to be held in Brody’s strong arms.



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To end the year on a good note and start the new one the same way, I’m offering The Cowboy’s Christmas Plan for free Kindle downloads today through Sunday!

You can download your copy at this link: http://amzn.to/1OmS7ie

Cowboy Leaning in Doorway of BarnBecause of the free promo, I gave all the books in the series new covers.


Cowboy Leaning in Doorway of BarnThe Cowboy’s Spring Romance

(Book 2)

Cowboy Leaning in Doorway of BarnThe Cowboy’s Summer Love

(Book 3)

Cowboy Leaning in Doorway of BarnThe Cowboy’s Autumn Fall

(Book 4)

The Cowboy’s New Heart

(Book 5)

Cowboy Leaning in Doorway of BarnThe Cowboy’s Last Goodbye

(Book 6)

Ben Morgan’s story will release Feb. 4. You can pre-order it now, though!

In addition, the books are all available through Kindle Unlimited! (How cool is that?)

Feel free to tell your friends and family to get their free copies of The Cowboy’s Christmas Plan while it’s available!

Christmas Plan 2

What do you think of the new covers? Do you have a favorite?

Happy New Year to you!

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Aundy Free Promo

If you’d like to find out what all the Pendleton Petticoats buzz is about, hop on over to Amazon and download the first book in the series, Aundy, for free!

That’s right, FREE!

You can get Aundy’s story through Sunday as a free Kindle download.

It’s a fun read set in 1899 in the city of Pendleton, Oregon. Here’s what others have said about Aundy…

“Shanna Hatfield writes a story that is reminiscent of the era captured by Bonanza and The Virginian, complete with the conflict between cattleman and those daring to raise sheep.” 

InD’Tale Magazine

“The author makes the land, weather, and seasons an essential part of this fascinating story! The characters, including Aundy, are people I genuinely came to care for and want to know more about…This book also provides an accurate picture of many aspects of life in the West at the turn of the century.”

Amazon Reviewer

  “What sets this story apart is humor, as it adds a bit of clean spice to a wonderfully written love story…”

Amazon Reviewer

 “I just love stories with strong female leads and when it combines with historical…WOW! Read this book in just hours.”

Amazon Reviewer

 “It isn’t your usual historic romance novel! The author brought each and every character to life.”

Amazon Reviewer

The official book blurb says:

Desperate to better her situation, Aundy Thorsen agrees to leave behind her life in Chicago to fulfill a farmer’s request for a mail-order bride in Pendleton, Oregon. When a tragic accident leaves her a widow soon after becoming a wife, Aundy takes on the challenge of learning how to manage a farm, even if it means her stubborn determination to succeed upsets a few of the neighbors.
Born and raised at Nash’s Folly, the family ranch, Garrett Nash loves life in the bustling community of Pendleton as the 20th century approaches.
When his neighbor passes away and leaves behind a plucky widow, Garrett takes on the role of her protector and guardian. His admiration for her tenacious spirit soon turns to something more. He just needs to convince the strong-willed woman to give love another chance.

And just for fun, here’s an excerpt:
Before he let sense overrule desire, he yanked off his gloves and tossed them on the nearest chair then took her face in his hands, brushing his thumbs over her cheekbones, gazing into her eyes and getting lost in the warm blue depths.

Lowering his head to hers, he only meant to give her a swift, chaste kiss. Heat exploded between them at the touch of their lips. Garrett lost his ability to think as he repeatedly pressed his mouth, hard and hungry, to hers. When her arms slid around his neck, he drew her even closer and deepened the kiss.

Garrett felt lost to everything except the woman in his arms, the woman who fit there so perfectly. He admired her spirit, appreciated her fine figure, enjoyed her laughter, and liked her caring heart. What he felt now, though, was so much more.

He felt passion and, if he cared to admit it, soul-deep love for the girl who kissed him with every bit as much yearning as he kissed her.

Aundy finally pulled back with a ragged breath, eyes wide in delightful wonder. She’d promised herself she would never get involved with another man, but her feelings for Garrett were more than just involved.

Involved meant there was care and concern, maybe friendship and fun.

The wild currents of longing swirling inside her were so strong they made her bones ache. The emotions Garrett stirred in her were much, much more than she ever imagined feeling for anyone and most definitely beyond being merely involved.

“Garrett, I… you…” she said, unable to think with the delightful tingle of his kisses still riding her lips. She couldn’t believe he’d kissed her. Or that she’d kissed him in return.

Never, not once, had any kiss ever made her feel like her heart would pound right out of her chest. Her stomach felt light and her knees weak while she scrambled to regain the ability to have a coherent thought. How could one kiss, one magnificent kiss, affect her so?


Get your free copy today! Just click here to go right to Aundy’s page on Amazon.

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