Friday, November 23, 2012

This Is What It's All About

Here's the description I will be putting up on Amazon for "A Redneck Romance." So close!

Tracy Heath once again brings the country to you with her feel-good, laugh-out-loud stories, featuring the chapter, “A Redneck Romance”:

When black-eyed Cynthia Clark and her family move to Eastern Oregon, she doesn’t expect to find love in the desert. But it is more than just a rickety, old fence that divides her world from her lover’s. Growing tension between the handsome neighbor Tom Dunn and Cynthia’s volatile pa really lays the cards on the table in this redneck love story.

Cynthia hesitated. “We're pacifists.”

When that last word passed Cynthia's lips, Tom paled. The lines were drawn. How could it be? Here this beautiful girl stood, looking like and talking like a hayseed angel, yet her philosophy was so foreign, so outsider-ish. While he sifted out this jolting news, Tom searched Cynthia's face. There was something deep inside those obsidian eyes that latched on to his own gaze and wouldn't be shaken.

Breaking the thick silence, Tom cleared his throat. “That's not gonna stop ya from lovin' me, is it?”’

Will the different lifestyles of their families forever confine Cynthia to her side of the fence?

In this second book of her Country Misadventures series, read Tracy’s tale of a redneck romance and other country stories full of humor and touching moments. Experience the face-palm moments of becoming a dog owner and the fright of being in the crosshairs of “The Pitbull Pup.” Discover that a cat is a cat except when it’s not. Relive the days of T-ball where the hardest part of the game is keeping the helmet out of your eyes. And get ready for hard-core fishing, folks, because fishing’s not for wimps.

If you want to read more stories by Tracy Heath, check out the Country Misadventures Book One, Steering Gone Awry.

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