Today’s Thursday give away is an advance copy of Molly O’Keefe’s contemporary romance, Can’t Buy Me Love.
Here’s the official blurb:
In Molly O’Keefe’s captivating new contemporary romance, a woman with a past and a man without a future struggle to find a place where they belong.
A girl from the wrong side of the tracks, Tara Jean Sweet knows that opportunity will never knock; she’ll have to seize it. Elderly Texas rancher Lyle Baker has a dying request: He will give Tara Jean a stake in his leather business in exchange for a little family subterfuge. All Tara Jean has to do is play the part of a gold-digging fiancée to lure Lyle’s estranged children home. The mission is soon accomplished.
Now Lyle’s gone—and his ridiculously handsome son, Luc, an ice hockey superstar sidelined by injuries, is the new owner of Crooked Creek ranch. He’s also Tara Jean’s boss. But being so close to sinfully sweet Tara Jean does crazy things to Luc’s priorities, like make him want to pry her deepest secrets from those irresistible lips. But when Tara Jean’s past demands a dirty showdown, will Luc stay and fight?
There’s a story behind this. The amazing Molly O’Keefe was our moderator for a panel at RT this past spring, a fast paced round of Historical Fan Fictionary dreamed up by the clever– and devious!– Susanna Kearsley. (You can read all about that panel, and test your historical vocabulary, here.) I was delighted when she gave me an advance copy of her upcoming release and meant to pass the goodness along. But then life happened (moving, marriage, honeymoon, two books to write), and the book has been sitting next to my desk, waiting for its give away moment, since then. In the meantime, the second book in the series, Can’t Hurry Love, has come out to great reviews. I’m a little bit behind here.
So, for a slightly belated advance copy of Can’t Buy Me Love, here’s your question:
If you had to pick a song for a book title, what song would you use?
The winner will be announced on Sunday….
I am also THRILLED to announce that I have four books coming up here about which I’m particularly excited: Donna Thorland’s The Turncoat, Sarah MacLean’s One Good Earl Deserves a Lover, Bee Ridgway’s The River of No Return, and Juliana Gray’s A Duke Never Yields (which just got a starred review from Kirkus! Kirkus doesn’t hand out those stars lightly.)