New Western Romance by Heather Long



Good Morning Gang!

semper-fi-cowboy-3-193x300I want to give a shout-out to my bud, USA Today bestselling author HEATHER LONG, who has a new Western Romance coming out! For more information on Heather, click on her name and you’ll go to her website.

Here’s a little about the book…

A Leatherneck by any other name can still kick ass, which is just what retired United States Marine Corps Captain Tanner Wilks plans to do when he returns to his Texas family ranch to care for his ailing father. And nothing will stop him from achieving his mission—not even a lithe, brown-eyed town veterinarian who seems hell-bent on driving him wild.

Captain Tanner Wilks, honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps, returns home to find his father struggling after his latest heart attack. Worse yet, Julia Heller—the sexy new girl in town that he once spent a hot night with—is the resident veterinarian who’s made a home for herself at Round Top ranch, and doesn’t seem to be in a rush to repeat their time together.

It falls on Tanner’s shoulders to take on the ranch and keep an eye on his father before he falls victim to another heart attack. But Julia doesn’t appreciate Tanner coming in or pursuing her. Even if he’s hot as hell and can make her quiver with just a look. Ousting her may give Tanner the leverage he needs to corral his father, but first he has to wrestle with his own heart.


BUT here’s why I’m mentioning it here! There are 100 copies of this book up for grabs. Cool, right? I’m entering for MY copy. I thought  you might want to also.  Follow the link to Goodreads. That’s where the giveaway is. Click HERE 

ENTER!! And please (please) share this post on Facebook and Twitter! Let’s get Heather a ton of Goodreads’ entries. Okay?

Leave a comment on this post and be entered to win a SURPRISE PRIZE from me!

AND if you want to buy Semper Fi, Click on THIS LINK and find all the purchase sites!


About Cynthia D'Alba

After living away from Arkansas since I left for college at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, I have finally made it back to Hot Springs.

Posted on July 1, 2017, in Book Release, BOOK SALE, Contest and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. Sounds like a great book. Thank you.

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  2. Awesome!

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  3. happy July 4th

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  4. Happy Saturday!

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  5. Thanks Cynthia! This sounds like good read. Will share on A Taste of Romance Book Club.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. TeresaFordice

    Sounds great

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  7. Sounds like another book going on my TBR. Love cowboys and marines. Looking forward to this book.
    Happy 4th everyone.

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  8. Awesome
    Thank you for the chance

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  9. Janet Overstreet

    Shared on FB and Twitter. It’s already on my TBR list. Everybody have a Safe & Happy 4th🇺🇸

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Our grandson, Tanner, will head to Parris Island on July 24th on his way to being a Marine. Can’t wait to read this book.

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  11. Nancy Schreib

    Once a Marine, always a Marine. Sounds like a good one. Thank you for the chance.

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  12. Shared, Cynthia!

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  13. Shirley Long

    I’ve never read anything by Heather Long but I guess I should since we have the same last name:) This one sounds good. Marine and cowboy together> Doesn’t get any better.

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  14. Kathy workman

    Would love to read this! It sounds great


  15. You are an awesome writer! love your books


  16. Hi Cynthia, looks like a good book.


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