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Behind the amicable façade is a man who’s tough and determined. He’s Mateo’s Blood Brother.

Available at Amazon.

 

Mateo’s Blood Brother is a sequel to Mateo’s Law.

Blurb:

They were friends, close as brothers. Then they weren’t.

Mateo and Jesse are cautiously working their way back to friendship when Jesse discovers the unthinkable. Delilah (also known as Layla), the sultry shifter who’d had affairs with both men, is still alive. The tumble she took over a mountain ridge—a fall that nearly killed Mateo—should have finished her.

Now, there’s no choice but for the two men to work together to take down a she-devil straight from hell.  As the stakes escalate and the hunt becomes more intense, another wolf appears on the scene. Always where Jesse’s at. Always when he’s in trouble.  Jesse is divided between ending Delilah, a new love interest, discovering the identity of a certain brown wolf and staying alive.

 


Excerpt:

“Jesse.”

His head jerked up and a rare, involuntary smile lit his thin features. “Chief Deputy Delaney, soon-to-be Wade.”

He scooted out from the booth to hug her. Then turned and nodded to her companion. “Tina.”

“Jesse.” Scarlatina Snow, a pretty Blackfoot artist that lived off the reservation, nodded back.

“Join me?” He motioned toward the other side of the plain wooden booth.

The women scooted in.

“Here to hear Full Moon?” Full Moon always played on Wednesdays. He and Blair were both fans of the band that played hard rock with a native twist.

“Does a wild bear do its business in the forest?” Blair shouted above the noise.

She looked up and caught Jerry’s eye, a young Blackfoot riding the stick, and held up two fingers. He nodded and smiled.

A moment later, a pretty young twenty-something waitress wound gracefully through the gyrating figures on the dance floor and deposited the beers. “Hi, Blair. Tina.”

“Hey, Margo.”

“Want another, Chief?” Margo swiped the table with a damp rag.

“I’m good.”

The waitress smiled, nodded and turned in the direction of the bar. She got snagged by a nearby table before she’d taken two steps.

“I’m surprised Mateo let you out alone.” Jesse took a sip of his beer. That was an understatement with Layla on the loose.

“Oh, please. Just because we’re getting married doesn’t mean we’re linked at the hip.” She waved off the notion with a careless gesture from a hand with short, unvarnished nails. An antique, oval turquoise, edged with silver, on her left finger. “Besides, it’s Wednesday night, girls’ night out.”

“Right?” She twisted toward Tina.

“Right.” Tina raised her glass.

They sat at the back booth, Jesse facing the door.

“Oh yeah? Tell him that.”

 “What?” Blair’s forehead beetled in confusion.

He nodded toward the door.


 Tina Snow

Is a composite artist for the Grizzly Police Department.

Is a successful nature artist. 

Wednesday nights are girls’ night out for her and Blair. 


About Sandra:

Sandra writes All Things Western, is a vegetarian, animal lover and avid gardener. She lives with her husband, their dog and cats in sunny North Carolina.

She spent a number of years in the Midwest chasing down good Southern BBQ. By the time she moved to North Carolina where Southern BBQ is practically a staple, she’d become a vegetarian. 

Pineapple is a must-have on pizza, along with black olives and onions. 

She loves pumpkin waffles. Pumpkin cream cheese, not so much. 

You can find her at:

http://www.sandracoxwriter.com

http://www.cowboytrivia.com

https://sandracox.blogspot.com

http://www.twitter.com/Sandra_Cox. 

MATEO’S BLOOD BROTHER available at:

https://www.amazon.com/MATEOS-BLOOD-BROTHER-Sequel-LAW-ebook/dp/B09VYNPPP6

 A funky little giveaway:

Our lovely hostess will draw one kind commenter out of the proverbial hat for an I ♥ Books beady bracelet.

 



20 comments:

  1. I love Sandra's blurb. Congrats on her new release!

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  2. Congratulations, Sandra!
    Funny story about the BBQ and now she's a vegetarian.

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    1. Thanks, Alex.
      Yup, the ultimate irony on the BBQ:)

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting me, Liz! Appreciate ya;)

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    1. Always happy to help a friend!

      *I've read this book. It's a good one!

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  4. Congrats on the new release.

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  5. Congrats on your upcoming release, Sandra :) I have mine preordered!

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  6. Sounds awesome! Congrats to Sandra on her new release!

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  7. No! Not pineapple!! Congrats to Sandra on her new release.

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    1. What? What? You don't like pineapple on your pizza??? Grin.

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  8. How fun. I just not this on Literary Rambles. Congrats to Sandra.

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  9. You've got snow? That's just sick and wrong, Liz.

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