Monday, October 23, 2017

Exclusive Cover Reveal: Snow Angels With Bear by Bonnie Dee ~ Guest Post #Giveaway




I’m so glad to be back at Diverse Readers to share a day with the blog’s readers.
I’d like to talk about my upcoming release Snow Angels with Bear, and the Love Off Leash series. If you’ve missed hearing about the books, here’s what the series is about: Love dogs and smoking hot men? The Love Off Leash series is for you. Different authors. Unrelated stories. Shared theme of new love and pets.

Previous titles include Caring for Riggs, Hot Under the Collar, and Chilling with Max. Below is a thumbnail blurb for each. For something more in depth, check out the books at my web page.









Caring for Riggs. After years abroad, Kyle Shelton returns to Chicago to plan his grandfather’s funeral. Weighed down by guilt about neglecting the prickly old man who raised him, Kyle is determined to find a good home for Gramps’s senior dog. The last thing he needs as he confronts his complicated past is the distraction of the handsome next door neighbor who’s been looking after Riggs.
Hot Under the Collar. Attorney Sam Trevisani never though he’d play the bad guy, but now his job makes him the enemy of every dog owner in town. Tired of playing for the wrong side, Sam seeks local veterinarian Dan Bailey to help him find a solution. Will the vet give him the brush—or something much more?
Chilling with Max. When workaholic real estate developer Grant literally crashes into laid-back dog walker Max, it’s time to let loose the hounds of change. Grant must learn to relax and Max to hold steady and fight for something worthwhile.



Cover Artist: Tara from Fantasia Frog Designs


Snow Angels with Bear is a winter story just in time for the holiday season. Release date will be late November but I’m not sure of the exact date yet.
An accident on an icy road brings a stray into August Long’s life, forcing a meeting with a man who invades his heart.

When a newcomer to the area brings an injured dog to his clinic, veterinarian Eric Grover is intrigued by tall, handsome and somewhat mysterious August Long. No one has the full story on why the ex-army vet is in Hopewell Springs. Natural shyness makes it difficult for Eric to get to know the stranger better. Luckily, the abandoned German Shepherd August names Bear brings the two men together.

Settling into civilian life after military service, August’s new job has brought him to northern Michigan on the cusp of winter. He never intended to hook up with a local, but gruff, taciturn Dr. Grover woos him with snowmobiling and cross country skiing. The southern boy from Atlanta comes to appreciate cold weather and the big man who lights his fire.

As the pair grows closer, sharing deeply personal confidences turns dating into a relationship. Even their dogs get along together. But August fears telling Eric what his job entails and keeps a secret until the truth explodes their romantic bubble. For two pride-filled men to patch things up may take a Christmas miracle—or the intervention of two adorable mutts.

I hope you’ll check it out. In the meantime, share your thoughts. 


GIVEAWAY

Do you prefer cats or dogs? (or birds, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits, hermit crabs, etc.) Two winners will be chosen from all commenters to receive a copy of any of the Love Off Leash stories.

Be Sure to comment! Contest ends October 30th!

20 comments:

  1. I love dogs. Especially my Beabull Layla!

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    1. what combination is that? Beagle Bulldog?

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  2. I am a dog person all the way
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    1. I used to consider myself mostly a cat person but I've changed over the years to Team Dog

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  3. I'm allergic to a lot of animals unfortunately. I current have fish, but someday I'd like to have a dog.

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    1. Aww, that's too bad. A furry pet is a great thing to have around. But fish are pretty

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  4. Not really a fan of either but if I was forced to choose probably a cat. I do like owls though.

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    1. Never heard a response like that. That's different. Owls are beautiful creatures. so mysterious

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    1. I can't have pets where I live unfortunately, but I've owned golden retrievers and a black lab in the past.

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    2. I love Huskies too and would love to have one as part of my family someday.

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  6. I love both, but I think I'm more of a cat person. I both have a dog, Runa, and a cat, Lula... It is difficult to choose one, but I identify myself more with the idiosyncrasy of cats...

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    1. I definitely feel I'm more self contained like a cat. I used to think dogs were too needy and giving. Now I love that about my little Yorkies.

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  8. Dooooogs! Have two Australian Cattle Dogs, Ruger & Kyra. There's a cat too - Elphaba - but never been a cat person. Wasn't like I could leave her out on her own as a kitten though, so she's been with since senior year of HS when I found her in the school parking lot.

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  9. I like cats and dogs but have had more cats we have Jenny now she is a tabby with a diva attitude.

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  10. I'm more of a rabbit person - they're secretly such sweet social creatures! I've also developed a fondness for chicken but you really have to have a huge back yard or farm for those.

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  11. I like both but I'm more of a dog person.

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