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Thursday, August 23, 2012



This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Myla will be awarding an eBook copy of Sex Ed or Boots and Chaps to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.


I love to write about all types of heroes. So far I've written cowboys, miners, gamblers, former-military, FBI, special agent, smoke jumpers, and billionaires. I keep telling myself I need to write some active duty military since I've been a part of the military, but I just haven't gotten around to it. Maybe soon?

I love reading about all of these types of heroes because they are heroes that come to our rescue (because a girl needs a little rescuing sometimes). Not that my female protagonists are wimps. Quite the opposite. What I love about the alpha heroes is that they have faults and chinks in their irresistible armor and my heroines love them all the more for it.

No matter what they do for a living, I try to make my heroes someone I would fall in love with, someone every woman can relate to and love. I read romance because I want that satisfying feeling of falling in love again and again. Don't you?

About the Author:
Myla Jackson pens wildly sexy adventures of all genres including historical westerns, medieval tales, romantic suspense, contemporary romance and paranormals with beasties of all shapes and sizes. When not wrangling words from her computer with the help of her canine muses, she's snow-skiing, boating or riding her ATV.

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This biker chick longs for the open road…until two Kiowa cowboys shift her gears.

Eight months ago, Libby Jones parked her motorcycle in Temptation, Texas, to work at the Ugly Stick Saloon. Since then she’s grown to love the bar’s feeling of family, but now it’s time to hit the road. The longer she stays, the greater the risk her father’s investigators will track her down.

Yet she can’t resist taking the Gray Wolf twins up on their offer to go riding on their ranch. Even though getting involved should be the last thing on her mind.

Ever since Libby landed at the Ugly Stick, Mark and Luke Gray Wolf have been trying to capture her attention. She's blown them off at every turn, until now. Their plan: expose her to the delights only twins can provide—and persuade her to stay for the long haul.

Libby’s longing for a life she can’t have makes her delay her departure just a heartbeat too long. Her hesitation gives her past time to walk through the saloon door, and all hell to break loose. Now the twins have a fight on their hands to teach her that being free doesn’t mean she can’t let go of her heart.

Warning: Welcome back to the Ugly Stick Saloon. Pull up a chair and set a spell, you're gonna wanna hear this tale about two hot Kiowa twins and a leather-clad biker chick. Multiple partners, a little BDSM, and one skinny-dippin' scene so hot it’ll make the pages sizzle!


Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting Myla today.

Debby said...

I like that about making the hero someone you could fall in love with. that makes the book so much better.
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MomJane said...

I want to meet a hero like these twins. I know that they are out there somewhere. Sounds really fun.

Myla Jackson said...

Good morning! So happy to be here today. I like to talk about the heroes of my books because not only are they drool-worthy, but they do have their faults. The twins in BOOTS AND LEATHER are so much fun because they play off each other's individual personalities. It was fun to make them look so much alike and yet be so different.

JeanMP said...

The twins do seem like such fun characters, and because of that is makes the story fun to read, how they play off each other and interact with others.

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Anonymous said...

I think flaws are important in a hero...he has to feel real!


Myla Jackson said...

Twins are fun. They seem to know what the other will say or do and they balance each other. Not to mention they make for a great female fantasy!

Joanne said...

This book sounds fantastic. Can't wait to read it. I like that you make your heroes have flaws and the the heroine falls in love with them anyway.