Monday, October 2, 2017

Long Valley Romances by Erin Wright - Book Tour + Giveaway

**All books are standalone and have a sexy version and a “sweet” (clean) version!!

Accounting For Love
Long Valley Romances 1
by Erin Wright
Contemporary Western Romance

Is she the answer to his dreams … or the person who will be forced to destroy them?

He’s a farmer, dammit, not a bookkeeper

When Stetson Miller inherits his father’s farm in Idaho, he’s too
focused on crops and yields to pay attention to the financial side of
things. The next thing he knows, he’s got a stack of unpaid bills,
the bank is threatening to foreclose … and the auditor who’s come
to examine his accounts is the sexiest thing he’s ever laid eyes

But she’s a city girl, just like the last one who left him at the
altar. He’ll guard his heart – but he can’t help wanting her.

She’s checking him out … in more ways than one

Jennifer Kendall doesn’t mind a tough job, but the handsome Stetson is
trouble of a different kind. When he isn’t making her mad, he’s
filling her head with all sorts of forbidden fantasies. 

The sparks between them fly even faster when the road washes out and
Jennifer has to spend the night on the farm. But passion alone won’t
pay the bills. Can Jennifer find a way for Stetson to save his

And if she can’t, will he ever forgive her?

Accounting for Love is the first novel in the Long Valley world, although all books in the
Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong
language, and oh my, sexy times. If you would prefer the sweet
version, it is also available on Amazon. Either way, enjoy!

**FREE on all platforms!**

Blizzard of Love
Long Valley Romances Book 2

A country boy who hates Christmas for a reason, dammit …

Luke Nash runs into Stetson Miller down at the feed store, he never
expects his friend to strong-arm him into spending Christmas at the
Miller farm. Luke has no patience for Christmas cheer or Yuletide
song. And the rugged cowboy 
definitely has
no desire to kiss a girl under the mistletoe. No matter how
infuriatingly pretty she might be.

A city girl who loves Christmas …

Bonnie Patterson adores Christmas, so when her best friend Jennifer invites
her to spend Christmas at the Miller farm, she jumps at the chance.
When she sets out for the snowy country town, she has visions dancing
in her head of cozy nights by a crackling fire, 
not of
a hot cowboy with an ice-cold heart.

The Storm of the Century…
Instead of a peaceful holiday in the country, Bonnie gets stranded at the
Miller farm by a blizzard. Even worse, she’s snowed-in with Luke,
an arrogant, impossible, but damn sexy cowboy. 

When the fly sparks, will two people who are oh-so-different find their own Christmas miracle?

Blizzard of Love is the second novella in the Long Valley world, although all books in
the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. Blizzard of Love is
a sweeter romance with minimal sex and mild language … If you would
prefer the completely clean version, it is also available on this
storefront. Either way, enjoy!

Arrested By Love
Long Valley Romances 3

He’s a fighter, not a lover …

Two years ago, Wyatt Miller lost his family to a drunk driver. His heart
broken, he slowly put the pieces of his shattered life back together.
Running his thousand-acre ranch from dawn till dusk helps him forget
about his broken heart. When he stops a drunk from getting behind the
wheel one night, he ends up in a bloody fight … and then behind

She keeps men in line, but has a soft heart …

Abby Connelly takes her work at the Long Valley Jail seriously. She has no
dreams of marriage, children, or white-picket fences. All she wants
is to do her job and please the only family she has left, her father.
But the moment rugged and wounded Wyatt Miller walks into her jail,
Abby realizes her heart might just have a change of plans …

But small towns have a way of holding onto big grudges. Wyatt and Abby
have an uphill fight to overcome the bad blood between the Miller and
Connelly families.

Because redemption never comes easy …

Arrested by Love is the third novel in the Long Valley world, although all books in the
Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong
language, and oh my, sexy times. If you would prefer the sweet
version, it is also available on Amazon. Either way, enjoy!


Wyatt Miller wandered down the snack aisle of the Mr. Petrol’s at 11:30 at night. Nothing like trying to find dinner in the aisles of a convenience store. Did onion rings and beef jerky count as a balanced diet? He could consider the onion rings to be his vegetables, and the beef jerky to be his protein. 
He grimaced. Some days, living in a small town really sucked, where the grocery store prided themselves on being “open late” – all the way until nine at night. 
He pulled Lay’s Salt & Vinegar off the display. 
Look, more vegetables.
He wasn’t sure a dietician would approve, but then again, there was almost nothing in this convenience store that a dietician would approve of. He really should just drive to Franklin and go grocery shopping there, but that was 30 minutes away and he just didn’t feel like it. When he died, his headstone was going to read, “Too lazy to drive to Franklin; died of a heart attack from eating junk food from Mr. Petrol’s.” 
Just then, a vehicle pulled up outside. Well, “pulled up” made it sound like the driver was in control of their actions, but as Wyatt watched, his bag of chips forgotten in his hands, he saw the Jeep stop just in time to keep from crashing through the front windows of the convenience store.
Oh shit.
He knew that Jeep. There was only one orange camo Jeep in the valley.
The driver’s side door swung open and out swaggered Richard. Wyatt couldn’t tell if Richard was swaggering because he was so arrogant and full of himself – always a possibility – or because he was drunk – definitely another possibility. 
Wyatt reminded himself to breathe in, and then out. And then repeat it all over again. He couldn’t react the way he wanted to – a punch to the face – so he needed to just stay calm. That’s what everyone would tell him, anyway. 
He knew that. It was a matter of remembering that. And doing that.
No matter how good a punch to Richard’s face would feel.
Richard stumbled into the store and from two aisles over, Wyatt could smell the fumes rolling off him. 
Drunk it was. 
Richard managed to make his way over to the beer case without taking out an end-cap display, nothing short of a miracle really, and snagged a 24-pack of Budweiser. 
A 24-pack? Really? When you’re already this wasted?
Wyatt was having a hard time breathing again and he realized that he’d smashed the bag of chips in his hands into a tiny ball, chips spilling onto the floor from the busted seams of the bag. Richard didn’t seem to notice the noise, though, swinging the 24-pack up onto the counter and swiping his debit card moments later. 
Breathe in, breathe out.
Wyatt was hoping that at any moment, the cashier would stop him. Surely, he’d realize that giving Richard more beer at this point was a truly awful idea.
Richard took his beer and began stumbling towards the door.
The cashier wasn’t going to stop him. Wyatt could feel the rage begin to boil up inside of him.
“Why did you sell him that beer?!” The words burst out of Wyatt like gunfire. He couldn’t stop himself from asking any more than he could stop himself from breathing.
“Dude, do you know who that is?” the cashier responded with a shrug.
“Of course I know who that is,” Wyatt ground out.
“Well, my probation is almost up. Just a month more and I’m out of the system. I’m not pissing off the judge’s son.”
That was it. Wyatt threw the mangled bag of chips to the floor and sprinted for the door. He wasn’t about to stand by and let Richard take someone’s life because he happened to share genetic material with the only judge in town. Oh hell no.
He burst out the front door of Mr. Petrol’s. Richard had finally managed to get his key into the ignition and turn it. Wyatt grabbed the door handle and yanked it open.
“Whaddya want, killer?” Richard slurred, blearily focusing his eyes on Wyatt.
“Hello, brother. Nice to see you again.” Wyatt pulled back his fist and planted it squarely in the middle of Dick’s nose.

Overdue for Love
Long Valley Romances 6

Can true love prevail against prejudice and deceit?

After a bitter betrayal, Dawson Blackhorse won’t allow anyone to run
roughshod over his heart again … especially not the woman he was
once foolish enough to trust.

The rodeo circuit gave Dawson an escape after his racist boss ran him
off. Hank Bartell made it clear no man who was part-Navajo, would buy
his ranch or court his daughter. In a single moment, the man
destroyed every one of Dawson’s dreams.

But when the rodeo brings him to the tiny mountain town of Sawyer, Idaho,
he comes face to face with everything he lost.

For nine years, Chloe Bartell hasn’t been able to forget the man who
abandoned her. Especially not when she looks into the eyes of their son.

The quiet life Chloe leads in the small town of Sawyer is shattered the
day Dawson comes to compete in the rodeo. He’s everything she
remembers and more. Gorgeous. Muscular. Six foot and change of sexy
cowboy. She watches helplessly as he comes face to face with the son
he never knew he had. Dawson demands answers but Chloe is determined
to keep her distance. When sparks fly, the fire they ignite threatens
to burn down the walls she’s built around her broken heart.

Will the pain and loss of their past drive them apart for good? Or can
they forgive each other and build a new life, a life they always dreamed of…

Overdue for Love is the sixth novella in the Long Valley world, although all books in the
Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong
language, and oh my, sexy times. If you would prefer the sweet
version, please check out the other listing for this book. Either way, enjoy!

USA Today Bestselling author Erin Wright has worked every job under the
sun, including library director, barista, teacher, website designer,
and ranch hand helping brand cattle, before settling into the career
she’s always dreamed about: Author.

She still loves coffee, doesn’t love the smell of cow flesh burning,
and is quite happily ensconced with her handsome hubby in a small,
charming town in rural Idaho.

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