Friday, September 16, 2011

How I Spent My Summer

Summer in the Duncan household usually means vacation and time to put the boat in the water. But not this year when news of a two-book contract with Harlequin American Romance arrived in early July. Since my publisher wants both books for 2012 releases, I spent most of the summer writing, writing, writing. And now, RODEO DAUGHTER, the first of those two books, is in my editor's hands.

You're sure to love Mitch and Amanda's reunion story. He's a driven prosecuting attorney, a single dad with a mercurial four-year-old. She's a former barrel racing champion who never got over her teen-age crush on the boy she met at rodeo camp. What happens when these two meet again? Mitch's carefully structured world crumples, that's what. Especially when, following a playground mishap, a family court judge permits this doting father only supervised visitation...under the distrustful gaze of the woman he ditched at the end of rodeo camp.

RODEO DAUGHTER should hit store shelves next June. Before that, it'll need a new title and, hopefully, you'll help me find a great one. Any ideas?