Monday, June 01, 2015

Colton Cowboy Protector by Beth Cornelison

by Award-Winning Author
Beth Cornelison

Rancher and single dad Jack Colton must face an assassin in the thrilling first book of The Coltons of Oklahoma… 
A beautiful stranger appears at the Colton ranch during a party, and Jack is none too pleased. With ties to his ex-wife, Tracy McCain claims to be on a mission to bond with his son. But this intriguing widow also has a target on her back. As the Colton family brings Tracy under its broad wing, a relentless assassin puts everyone in jeopardy. Jack's protective instincts go into overdrive and only fuel his secret attraction to Tracy. Living closely together under Jack's roof, the heat between them starts to sizzle. In fact, the only thing stronger than Jack's heady desire for Tracy is his will to keep her safe so that one day they can become a family.

Award-winning author Beth Cornelison has been writing stories since she was a child. A University of Georgia graduate, Cornelison worked in Public Relations before becoming a full-time writer. She has won many honors for her writing, including the coveted Golden Heart, awarded by the Romance Writers of America. She lives in Louisiana with her husband and son.


Twitter: @bethcornelison          


Love Lessons Learned
Beth Cornelison

What are some of the real-life romance lessons we can take away from the book?
The love lesson to learn from Colton Cowboy Protector would be to judge people on their own merits and not allow old wounds to color your opinion of a new love interest. Jack Colton was badly hurt by the failure of his first marriage. He holds grudges against his first wife, and he lets those bad feelings stand in the way of seeing his ex-wife’s cousin without prejudice. Tracy McCain came out of a bad marriage and has to overcome the fears and hurts of her first marriage to fully trust Jack. Through the trials they encounter in the story, they learn to love each other for the unique individuals they both are without preconceived notions and clutter from the past distorting their perceptions and expectations.


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