Virtual Tour ~ Excerpt and Giveaway~ Love with a Perfect Cowboy by Lori Wilde

How excited am I to be part of the Love with a Perfect Cowboy virtual book tour. From May 26th to June 20th, Lori Wilde is promoting her latest in the Cupid Texas series.  Avon is hosting a TOUR WIDE Rafflecopter Commenter Giveaway for Two Winner's to receive TWO Print Cupid Texas Romances in Print.  Follow the Tour and comment at each stop for your chance to win!

Love with a Perfect Cowboy
A Cupid Texas Novel
By: Lori Wilde

Releasing May 27th, 2014

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Cowboys always seem to have the most spectacular butts, probably from all that hard riding in the saddle. But Melody Spencer had long-ago wiped the dust of Cupid, Texas off her cute shoes…and done her best to forget the chiseled jaw, strong arms and those other assets of cowboy Luke Spencer. Their families might be part of a long-time feud, but he was her very first love even if it turned out they never wanted the same things.

But now Luke’s come striding back into her life, tempting her with the memories of long, lazy evenings and hot, passionate kisses. And he has an ulterior motive-as Mayor of Cupid, he knows Melody’s business savvy can help save their beloved hometown. His smooth-talking might get her to Texas, but that doesn’t mean he’ll get her in his bed. Still, people do say love can be more perfect the second time around…

Name: Luke Nielson

Age: 32
Occupation: Rancher/Mayor
Physical Description: He turned his head and the morning light illuminated his profile—straight nose, honed cheekbones, chiseled jaw. His hair was a dusty shade of light brown, his eyes fair. He was freshly clean-shaven, but had a heavy beard and that long before five o’clock he’d be sporting a shadow of stubble. In that regard he looked a bit like the actor Josh Holloway, who’d played Sawyer on the television show Lost.

Likes: Being a cowboy, riding ATVs in the desert, star gazing, romantic candlelight dinners, animals, fruit chews, Melody Spencer
Dislikes: Rude people, liars, droughts
Relationship Status: single
Typical Friday Night: Hanging out with family and friends.
Drink of Choice: Water
Favorite Food: Langoustine off Melody’s fork
Favorite Song: When Love Comes to Town
Choice of Transportation: Horseback
Boxers or Briefs: Boxer-briefs. Boxer-brief. Snug fit with coverage.
Best Memory to Date: Kissing Melody on the park bench on the Fourth of July
Words to live by: “Nobody’s perfect, darlin’, and that’s just the way it should be. Imagine how boring life would be without any mistakes.”

Desperate for respite from the rain and the recalcitrant suitcases, she stepped to the curb and stuck a hand up for an available taxi. One after another they passed her by. Finally, one did pull to a stop, but before she could muscle her suitcases into the street, a man jumped into the back seat, commandeering the cab away from her without so much as an apologetic glance in her direction. Life in the city. Survival of the fittest. Normally, she sharpened her teeth on obstacles, a fearless tigress taking on the world. Today, she felt like a newborn kitten that’d been both defanged and declawed. By the time a cab acknowledged her raised hand and pulled up, her hair was plastered to her face. The back tires splashed in a puddle, soaking her slacks up to her knees. Perfect. That’s the kind of morning she was having. The driver did not get out to help with the luggage or pop the trunk, just jabbered at her in broken English and a scolding tone as she struggled to get the drenched suitcases loaded into the seat beside her. Exhausted, she sank back against the seat and pulled the door closed. “Where you go?” demanded the cabbie who frowned sternly at her in the rear view mirror. Where indeed? Overwhelmed, she gave him Bethany’s address and he took off. Her friend would take her in, no questions asked, but that meant she’d have to tell Bethany everything. She sat brooding, staring at the city gone gray and dour in the rain. Yes, she knew this pity party wasn’t attractive, and she would snap out of it before she ended up on Bethany’s doorstep. If she was going to be an uninvited guest, she had to at least be pleasant to be around. Melody would allow herself to pout for the length of the time it took the cabbie to thread his way through the midtown traffic and over the bridge into Brooklyn, but after that, she would be all smiles and a gung-ho attitude. She would come out of this entire mess stronger and more confident than ever. Six minutes into the sulk, her cell phone rang. Who was calling her instead of texting? Everyone she knew texted. Well, except her mother. Please, don’t let it be Mother. She pulled her phone from her purse, and took a peek at the screen. Luke Nielson.
LORI WILDE is the New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty books. A former RITA finalist, Lori has received the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Holt Medallion, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers’ Choice, and numerous other honors. She lives in Texas, with her husband and a wide assortment of pets. Lori teaches Romance Writing Secrets via the internet through colleges and universities worldwide at Visit her at www.loriwilde.comor @LoriWilde on Twitter.

Lori’s Links:    twitter handle is @LoriWilde  Facebook

Cupid Texas Series      

Love at First Sight  Release Date May 28th, 2013
All Out of Love    Release Date June 25th, 2013
Somebody to Love    Release Date Dec 31st, 2013
Love with a Perfect Cowboy   Release Date May 27th, 2014

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Tasty Book Tours said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you for hosting today!

cheryl c said... Best Blogger Tips

The sexiest thing about cowboys is their strength in body and character.

Tanya Guthrie said... Best Blogger Tips

Pure masculinity! So hot!

Janice Hougland said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my, I saw on Amazon that I missed buying the first two books in this I've gobbled them up just now! I'm almost ready to read Love With a Perfect Cowboy now, just have to finish reading the other two. Whee! I think I'm in for some lovin' and fun. :-) Thanks, Lori.

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