Blog Tour + Review: LINCOLN SHAW ( Heartbreakers and Heroes Book 8 ) by CIANA STONE @CianaStone @InkslingerPR

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Today we have the release day blitz of LINCOLN SHAW by Ciana Stone! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: LINCOLN SHAW

Author: Ciana Stone

Genre: Romance

About Lincoln Shaw:

Book 8 in the Heartbreakers & Heroes series and part of Ciana’s Cotton Creek Saga

He doesn’t care if both his brothers are both married, with families and happy as bugs in a rug. Or that most of his friends are getting hitched. Settling down might be for them but it’s definitely not in the cards for Lincoln Shaw. He enjoys his freedom and women way too much for that. Nope, give him a different woman–or three– every night and he’s justfine.

 

Then, why the heck does a pole dancer with violet eyes who calls him Thor have him thinking that settling down might not be so bad after all?

 

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Exclusive Excerpt:

So, here’s where it all begins. Or ends.

Either way, life was never going to be the same again. If there was life after what happened next. There were two ways she could play this. The first: pretend to be weak and beg, or the second: the way her mama had raised her. Hands on her hips and ready to rumble.

Tallulah, or Lula as she was most often called, chose her mama’s way because she wasn’t about to beg this sorry sack of shit for anything. “I’ll tell you what.” Her hands went onto her hips. “If you don’t put that gun away your buddies are going to see you get your ass kicked by a girl.”

That probably wasn’t the smartest challenge. Men hate to be called down by a woman, particularly in front of their friends. But this one had crossed a line when he shoved that five-dollar bill into the band of her thong and then tried to pull the thong clean off her body.

As if he hadn’t seen darn near all there was to see of her. Not to mention there was a strict no-touch rule. That’s one of the reasons she took the job. She wasn’t a bit ashamed of what nature had blessed her with and didn’t give a hoot about men watching her do a silly pole dance, but she was a “touch when invited” kind of girl and she rarely invited anyone to touch.

She didn’t go into her personal policy with the offender but did point out the “no touching” rule clearly posted. He called her a whore and jerked her off the stage. That’s when she slugged him. The way his eyes rolled around she thought that might be the end of it.

Luck wasn’t with her, though. As soon as his head whipped back into normal position he pulled the gun.

Now they stared at one another like the gunslingers of old, sizing each other up and looking for weakness. Lula wasn’t at all sure he would back down. “I tell you what, cunt.” He looked around at the crowd that’d gathered and grinned before returning his attention to her. “You drop to your knees and suck my dick and maybe I won’t blow your fucking brains out.”

Just as the thought crossed her mind that she’d take a bullet rather than suck anything of his, a deep male voice from the edge of the crowd brought silence to the place.

“Or…” The people parted to make way. “…you hand over the gun and leave before I get angry.”

Lula was as surprised as her nemesis when a man emerged from the crowd. Well, hellooooo Thor.

Holy Asgardians, what a man. Well over six feet, with a mane of blond hair, eyes the color of frost and a body built for either fighting or sinning, maybe a whole lot of both. She’d opt for the latter if given a choice.

 

 

♥♥♥REVIEW:♥♥♥

Well what a book Ciana always know how to keep you emotionally connected to her stories and this one is no different. In this book we meet Lincoln who is Deacon and Wiley’s younger brother. I just loved how Lulu describes him and calls him Thor. I was hot and bothered the whole way through book, my imagination was running wild every time Lincoln appeared. Tall, Blonde full of muscles looks like an Asgardians. What’s not to like?
Tallulah Christmas Duval has come to Cotton Creek on a job, she doesn’t expect to feel at home for the first time in her life. What she can’t resist is Thor and I can’t blame her. The sparks when these two are together are more like hot flames. As usual I feel I just come home from visiting my favorite place. That’s how Ciana writes her books you feel invested in the people you have spent time with. Cotton Creek always feels like visiting with some of my friends and family.
I really enjoyed this book a great addition to the series and it was great meeting up some of my favorite people. I absolutely loved Lulu and Lincoln together, even though Lulu gave him a run for his money. Lincoln had to work to enchant Lulu even if he did look like Thor.If you want something extra from your romance, this is the series for you. Each book is a complete story, we just meet we friends and family from previous books. 

5 stars

About the Author:

I’m a country girl at heart and I’m quite keen on home-grown heroes, military men and cowboys. Happily-ever-after is something I believe in with my whole heart. Love may be a bumpy road and there are bound to be perils along the way but in the end, love should win. I try to take that attitude into my writing and believe that love, hope and laughter are some of the best medicine there is. Along with books. Lots of books.

I have a passion for sagas. I love to fall into a world, get to know characters and have them reappear in stories down the road. Because of that, I wrote my Cotton Creek Saga. So far, there are two series within the saga, Honky Tonk Angels and Heartbreakers & Heroes, with another, Heritage, on the way in 2019.

I love to hear from readers and want every since person who has read one of my book to know how much I thank them. To every reader who has spent his or her hard-earned reading dollars on a Ciana Stone book, thank you from the bottom of my heart.

 

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