Wednesday, January 20, 2016


Spotlight on the Wildflowers of Montana. Ms. Vale will be awarding a $50 Amazon/BN card and a $25 Amazon/BN gift card at the end of her tour. Make sure you enter the Rafflecopter drawing below.
Rose by Vanessa Vale


Publisher & Release Date: Self-published, August 6, 2015

Time and setting: Late 19th Century, Montana

Genre: Historical Romance/Western

Length:  152 pages

Heat Level: 4 Flames

Rating: 4 Gold Crowns

Book Description: 

Rose Lenox has grown up to be more comfortable on the back of a horse than wearing ribbons and bows like her seven adopted sisters. For years working the land was enough, but lately, Rose finds herself wishing for something different. She wants her own ranch and freedom from her overwhelming and unorthodox family. Rose is determined to strike out on her own and forge her own path.

Lenox neighbor, Chance Goodman, has watched Rose grow from a spitfire of a girl to a beautiful and fiery woman. For years, he's waited patiently and watched her struggle to find her place in the world. When she leaves the Lenox ranch alone, determined to abandon her former life and to say good-bye to him, he knows the time has come to claim her. Letting her walk away isn't an option. Chance knows exactly what she needs...and he's going to give it to her.

Follow the eight Lenox sisters through this historical erotic series that's as big and bold as the Montana Sky. The Wildflowers of Montana begins with Rose and her hot, Alpha cowboy.

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Vikki’s Musings

One of my favorite sub-genres in romance is western historicals, so when I received an offer to read the first book in the Wildflowers of Montana series, Rose, in exchange for an honest review, I eagerly accepted. The book is a delightful read, and I liked Rose and Chance a great deal.

When Rose strikes out on her own, Chance follows her to town, determined to rein her in. When he rescues her from a drunken cowboy who has mistaken her for a lady of the night, he realizes it’s time to take her as his bride if he’s going to be able to keep the little spitfire out of trouble. But, can he possibly tame her before she ends up getting hurt?

Rose’s character is not your average young woman in pioneer times. She likes to ride her horse, wear pants and roam free. She is a delightful character, and I found myself laughing often at her antics.  At times, she’s her own worst enemy because her fearlessness lands her in trouble. Thank goodness Chance followed her and saved her before anything truly bad could happen to her.

Chance’s character is a take charge kind of man, and he knows what he wants and it’s Rose. He is determined to keep her safe no matter what, and he does. I loved how protective he is of her. He’s a strong, determined man, and oh, yeah, he’s sexy and not afraid to teach Rose a lesson for her hoyden ways!

Rose is definitely not your typical western historical romance. While this tale is pure erotica, this book has a lot more plot than you normally find in erotica and the pacing is very good. The reason I read is to be entertained, and I found this book very entertaining from the first page to the last.


If enjoy a rousing good sexual romp, with a good bit of action mixed in, then you will love Rose.  I have the next book in this series, and I look forward to reading it as well. I’m sure I will find Hyacinth as enjoyable as I did Rose. Happy reading!


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16 comments:

  1. The book looks great! Thanks for the chance!!

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  2. Great excerpt- Thank you for a great post and contest!

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  3. Sounds like an awesome book! Thanks for sharing :)

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  4. I just love the book cover, it’s amazing!

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    1. It is a great cover. Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. In my cozy chair with a cup of tea!

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  6. Thank you for the great review. I am looking forward to reading it even more.

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