Monday, April 21, 2014

MY BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN

By: Angi Morgan

Congratulations to "Val P" the winner in Angi's giveaway. Thank you to all who participated.

One of my favorite type of stories to read is about twins, especially twins that can switch places and cover for each other. And I love the brooding hero that gets a major chip knocked off his shoulder by a loving heroine. Throw in a murder from the previous decade, a high school sweetheart that married your best friend and a kidnapping… then you have TEXAS FAMILY RECKONING.



My "boys" are John & Brian Sloane and their story begins much earlier than the beginning of NAVY SEAL SURRENDER. The Sloanes are identical twins, but couldn’t have been more different growing up. Brian: responsible, trustworthy, a protector. John: prankster, outgoing, an adventurer. Their high school graduation brought hope of leaving their small Texas town and fading horse ranch. They were about to begin two separate lives and discover their individual dreams when a fire changed them forever. Witnesses put one of the brothers at the scene. Each knows he's innocent and tries to cover for their brother. There's the rub…they both thought the other accidentally started the fire.

After their father suffers a stroke, estranged brothers are forced to set their differences aside in order to save their family ranch in north Texas--solving a kidnapping and a twelve-year-old murder in the process.


NAVY SEAL SURRENDER
Texas Family Reckoning, book one

JOHN SLOANE RETURNS TO TEXAS TO FIND HIS FAMILY IN TROUBLE AND HIS HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART IMPOSSIBLE TO RESIST… 

Navy SEAL John Sloane thought he'd come home to Texas to save the family ranch and reconnect with his estranged twin brother. He never expected to reunite with the girl whose heart he broke. But when Alicia Adams's daughter is kidnapped, the fearless SEAL jumps into action. 

However, the off-book op poses unfamiliar dangers to John, none more risky than his feelings for Alicia. To regain her trust and protect her from the kidnappers, he'll risk his career and even his life. It all hinges on one daring scheme that could prove he's the hero she needs—or break her heart all over again….

"With Navy SEAL Surrender, Morgan launches a new small-town mystery series with strong characters and a richly developed plot with crosses and double crosses in every chapter."
 ~4 STARS Romantic Times Magazine

"This is an action packed story that takes some clever twists to make this one a very hard book to put down. The reader can really relate to the characters and sympathize with them as they deal with the nightmare their life has become. With every word the story comes to life and takes the reader there so they can feel what the characters are feeling. This is a nice second chance at love story that is sure to please readers. It will also leave the reader hoping for more books to see if the other characters get their own HEA."  
~5 STARS LH Amazon Reviews
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ANGI MORGAN writes “Intrigues where honor and danger collide with love.” She combines actual Texas settings with characters who are in realistic and dangerous situations. Angi's work has been a finalist in the Bookseller’s Best Award, Romantic Times Best First Series, Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence and the Daphne du Maurier. 


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Giveaway:
Speaking of giveaways for a Blog Commenter. LEAVE A BLOG COMMENT to be entered for book 2, Brian's story...THE RENEGADE RANCHER (north America only folks…sorry postage is just too high)

DO YOU LIKE IDENTICAL TWIN STORIES? Leave your opinion for a chance to win.

Giveaway ends 11:59pm EST April 22nd. Please supply your email in the post. You may use spaces or full text for security. (ex. jsmith at gmail dot com) If you do not wish to supply your email, or have trouble posting, please email maureen@justromanticsuspense.com with a subject title of JRS GIVEAWAY to be entered in the current giveaway.

20 comments:

  1. Oh I am definitely a fan of twin stories, especially identical... love mistaken identities or seeing what one personality is like over the other... seeing how they deal with looking like each other, and how others treat them. Thanks for sharing Angi! Happy April!

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    1. And a very HAPPY APRIL to you, Colleen! Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Love stories about twins

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  3. yes

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  4. There is so much fun to be had with twin characters. There are so many miscommunications and trouble the two can get into. The difference in the two personalities and then you know there is always going to be a book 2! I can't wait to read Renegade Rancher. thanks for giving us the opportunity to win.

    Val
    lastnerve2000 at gmail dot com

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    1. Thanks Val. You summed up everything I like !!

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  5. Congrats Angi on the new release! I like twins stories in theory... haven't really read any in a long while... lol... all that comes to mind is Parent Trap! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. And thanks for stoppig by Erin !
      (pssttt.... I loved both versions of the parent trap!)
      Let's get together...yay yay yay
      We can have a swinging time...

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  6. I am always fascinated by identical twins and the stories are always so interesting to read.

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    1. Hope you'll try Texas Family Reckoning !
      Thanks for stopping by Jane.

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  7. I have to admit I've never read an identical twin story, Angi. But one of our daughters has identical twins, soon to be 12 yrs old. Double fun and double trouble combined. :-) But they are soul mates for life...truly. It will be interesting to read your story about identical twins in Renegade Rancher, Angi. Cowboy stories (contemporary or historical) are a fave genre of mine, but if you add in suspense and intrigue it makes them even better. Thanks for this post! jdh2690@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you Janice. I grew up with a set of twins...yes, soulmates. It was horrifying when we lost one to breast cancer. And I coached a set of twins on softball...now that was an interesting experience (especially for the other team).

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    1. Oh how I love the sound of those words !!

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  9. I love stories about twins.(Of course I am a twin!) This book sounds awesome! Can't wait to read it!!

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    1. Hey Cassandra...I always wished for twins, but it's probably a good thing it didn't happen. LOL
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. I like stories about twins, identical or not.. I have a niece and nephew who are twins.. So when reading these kinds of stories, it makes me wonder what they will be like when they are grown...

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    1. That's so cool. Maybe you'll write a book? :-)
      Thanks for coming by Kathleen !

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