One of the things I love about this contest is that every year I get to meet new authors. Some are new, some have been in the biz a long time. This year I met Maggie Price, and now I'm going to share her with you. :-) Welcome to the contest, Maggie!
A former police crime analyst for the Oklahoma City Police Department, Maggie Price has never tried to distance herself from her dark "cop side" to write the riveting romantic suspense that has become her trademark. If anything, that meshing of the cop side with the romance side is a natural blending...and her stories show us that sometimes, love can kill.
The riveting authenticity of been-there-done-that police work and sizzling passion she brings to her novels have earned numerous awards, including a Golden Heart, a National Readers' Choice Award, a Bookseller's Best Award and a coveted RITA nomination. Other honors received include Romantic Times Magazine's Career Achievement Award for series romantic suspense, and its Reviewer's Choice Award for "Best Silhouette Intimate Moments."
Visit Maggie's website at www.MaggiePrice.com
Maggie's contribution to the splendiforous prize is BANKING ON HOPE.
BANKING ON HOPE
Harlequin 2009 NASCAR Continuity Series - Book 12
Money, women and fame aren’t everything they’re cracked up to be. Former NASCAR driver Brent Sanford should know. He had it all and lost it when he was accused of sabotaging a rival’s race car. In the four years since then, he’s centered all his attention on building his air charter company, but his focus on business takes a big detour when a sexy psychologist walks into his life.
After learning that her fiancé bilked funds from lonely Texas widows, Dr. Hope Hunt wants nothing more to do with slime-weasel cheaters. She’s heard the rumors about Brent Sanford and believes them ... until she meets the pilot with a charmer’s grin. Suddenly, not only are those beliefs challenged, but also Hope’s determination to stay far away from the same type of man who broke her heart.
The clue for today is SANTA'S SLEIGH. Send me an e-mail at email@example.com with the clue as the subject. You can enter once each day!