Meet Jan Scarbrough

If you like horses and small towns, you’re going to love Jan Scarbrough and what better time than now when Mercer is on sale for .99.  Here’s her inspiration for the book and her blurb.

When Maddie James suggested we write a contemporary Western series together, I was in. Over time we developed the idea of a Montana family complete with a patriarch, James, and his second wife, Liz. I was tasked with writing the first book about stepbrother Brody, a Professional Bull Rider. Then Maddie wrote about James’ children—Callie and Parker—by his first wife. I wrote the story of Mercer, James and Liz’s daughter together. It’s for sale in June for 99 cents.
Mercer: The Montana McKennas (The Montana Ranchers Book 5)

Mercer_200-300Mercer, the youngest child of James McKenna, faces life on the ranch without the support of her father after his tragic death. Things are changing. Her brothers and sister are moving on with their lives. Can a new love give Mercer comfort in her grief, or does she need to dig deeper when she learns some problems are too big for her to solve?
Professional bull rider Drake Hawkins is more than a two-bit, washed-up cowboy, but he has to prove it to himself and the woman he loves. If he doesn’t cowboy up, he threatens to wreck his chance for redemption. Will the secret he hides also ruin his chance for true love?

On sale during the month of June for 99 cents at the following retailers:
Amazon:
http://bit.ly/Mercer_news <http://bit.ly/Mercer_news>
iBooks: http://bit.ly/Mercer_iBooks
Kobo: http://bit.ly/Mercer_Kobo
Nook: http://bit.ly/Mercer_Nook
Paperback: http://amzn.to/1RGqH7g <http://amzn.to/1RGqH7g>

About the Author
National bestseller Jan Scarbrough writes heartwarming contemporary romances. Whether sweet or spicy, her romances feature families and second chances and, if the plot allows, another passion—horses. Living in the Bluegrass of Kentucky makes it easy for Jan to add small town, Southern charm to her books and the excitement of a horse race or a competitive horse show. Join Jan’s mailing list at www.janscarbrough.com <http://www.janscarbrough.com>  or follow Jan on Twitter @romancerider.

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