Capturing Gabriel on NetGalley


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Book Blurb:

What’s a handsome Colombian psychic with super-hero-power to do with a spirited Navajo beauty who invades his territory? Why, kidnap her of course.

Chopper pilot Josie Tseda served in Afghanistan. She can take care of herself. But when she vows to find Gabriel Valdez, a Guardian of Danu, and deliver him to a gathering of Guardians, she’s in for a rough ride. She didn’t count on ending up his prisoner – or on falling for him.

Battling vicious drug lords and seeking revenge for his mother’s murder, Gabriel doesn’t trust the feisty American female who wants to fly him off to the U.S. Yet, he can’t help wanting her. Will he allow her to capture his heart or will the secret power he wields ultimately drive her away?

Book Excerpt:

His lips crooked into a half-smile. “Now you step down, Señorita Tseda.”

Josie frowned. “I can’t. My hands and feet are numb from being tied so tight.”

He glowered at Javier, who sat silently observing, and reprimanded him for binding her too tightly. The other man lowered his head and muttered a reply.

Valdez turned his attention back to Josie. “Javier should have been careful not to cut off your circulation. Perhaps if you had not fought so hard –”

“Hey! You’d fight too, if somebody tried to hogtie you.”

Arching black eyebrows, he said, “I do not know this hogtie and I think I do not wish to know. Come down now. I will help you.” He grasped her by the waist and lifted her off the mule, trying to be gentle, she could tell, but even so she uttered a strangled cry and collapsed against him. Her feet and hands tingled painfully with the returning flow of blood, but what really hurt was the raw flesh along her inner thighs and private places. Pride was the only thing that prevented her from whimpering like a child.

Valdez scooped her up, drawing a surprised gasp from her lips. He issued an order to his men and they dismounted while he carried her to a spot at the side of the trail. Pausing, he called to Berto and added a few curt words. A moment later the young man trotted over with a folded blanket and laid it on the ground where his boss indicated.

Josie didn’t know exactly when her arms had circled Valdez’s neck, but she was very aware of his male scent and the hard wall of his chest against her side. When he lowered her onto the blanket, she experienced a sense of loss as he separated from her.

Crazy woman! He’s an arrogant bully who kidnapped you. You can’t let yourself feel anything but anger toward him.

He stood and walked to his horse, returning shortly with a canteen. Uncapping it, he bent and handed it to her. She nodded, disturbed by her unwanted reaction to him and unable to speak. Leaving her to rest and drink her fill, he sauntered over to the other men, several of whom had taken the opportunity to sprawl in the shade.

Covertly watching him from beneath the screen of her lashes, Josie couldn’t help admiring his tall, sinewy build and fluid grace. He sat near Javier and Berto, leaning against the trunk of a convenient palm tree with his long legs crossed at the ankles. Removing his hat, he raked a hand through his rumpled black hair and replaced the hat. . . .

Valdez only allowed them a few minutes’ rest. As the men mounted up, he strode over to where she sat. Wondering how she was going to survive the rest of the day in the saddle, she struggled to her feet and bent stiffly to retrieve the blanket.

“Let me have that,” Valdez said, taking the blanket from her. “Come, I will make you as comfortable as possible.” He held out his hand and waited for her to take it. When she hesitantly placed her much smaller hand in his, he didn’t lead her to the mule, her beast of torture. Instead, he steered her toward his sleek bay gelding, which looked to be at least sixteen hands high.

“Wait, I can’t ride him,” Josie said, hanging back, trying to tug her hand free. “He’s too tall.”

Chuckling, he refused to let go. “Do not worry, señorita, I will not let you fall off Cezar’s back.”

“What? Are you saying I’m to ride with you?” She shook her head in disbelief.

“That is precisely what I am saying. It will be far more comfortable for you than bumping along on that wretched creature.” He tilted his head toward the mule. “Do you not think so?”

“No! I don’t think any such thing. I’m not riding with you.” She tossed her head indignantly and stuck out her hand. “Give me the blanket. I’ll pad my saddle with it and I’ll be fine.”

A muscle ticked along his square jaw. “You are stubborn and full of pride, but you will not win this battle, chiquita.”

If you’d like to see the other books in this series, as well as my western historical romances, find them all on my Amazon author page:  http://amzn.to/Y3aotC  

 

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Free Book on NetGalley


I’m excited to tell you DECODING MICHAELA is now on NetGalley. If you would like to read and review this second book in my Romancing the Guardians series, you can get it FREE here: Decoding Michaela

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Reviews & Special Guest


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It’s my pleasure to tell you western romance author and book cover designer, Charlene Raddon will join me here in Lyn Horner’s Corner this coming Monday, July 17th. I hope you will mark it on your calendar and stop by to greet this lovely lady.

Now, I’m thrilled to share with you the first reviews for Beguiling Delilah. First, here is Charlene’s wonderful recommendation on Facebook:

“If you’re looking for a new book, here is one I highly recommend. Leon is Navajo and is sent to France to protect and bring back Delilah Moreau. Delilah guards an ancient and precious document. Leon must get her back to his own land where other guardians like Delilah wait for them. But their path is fraught with danger.

I loved this story. The characters are real, the story exciting. I especially liked that the hero and heroine were older than usual.”

And the first 3 reviews on Amazon:

5.0 out of 5 stars Consistently good storytelling

By Craig A. Hart on July 14, 2017

“Lyn Horner is one of those writers you can count on to deliver consistently good storytelling. Often I pick up a book and it’s a bit of a gamble–not so here, because this author always hits the mark. Great read!”

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book Totally Engrossing

By Amazon Customer on July 14, 2017  Kay Hamilton 7-14-2017

“This book kept me completely engrossed from beginning to end with intrigue, romance, and history. Great Read as are all the books in this series ” THE GUARDIANS”. Keep up the good work, Lyn. Cant wait for the next book in this series.”

5.0 out of 5 stars They just keep getting better!

By Patti Buchanan on July 14, 2017

“One of my favorites of the series so far! Kept me totally engrossed first in Paris then back in the USA. I just couldn’t put it down, so I read it in one sitting. Highly enjoyable and I can’t wait for the next one to be released.”

4th of July Surprise


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Woohoo! I woke up to discover Rescuing Lara is now on NetGalley. I’m thrilled it was accepted for this BIG reading and reviewing site.

Have you voted yet?


Voting in the Paranormal Romance Guild 2016 Reviewers Choice Awards closes at midnight tonight, CST.

Decoding Michaela is nominated for an award in two categories. If you can spare a moment, I would deeply appreciate your votes.

Categories

Paranormal Romance/Suspense/Thriller/Comedy/Western

Paranormal Romance/Suspense/Thriller/Comedy/Western – Series

Voting Page:

http://www.paranormalromanceguild.com/2016-awards

OR

Go to PRG Home page: http://www.paranormalromanceguild.com/ and scroll down to contest voting instructions.

Book Blurb:

Michaela Peterson can read minds but can she tell good from evil? A Guardian of Danu sworn to protect one of seven sacred scrolls, her identity is known only to the High Guardian. Or so she thinks until a stranger brings word that her revered leader has been murdered by vicious “Hellhounds” who want the scrolls. She’s attracted to the handsome messenger, but is he who he claims to be? Or does he mean to gain her trust and steal the scroll she guards?

Dev Medina often dreams of a woman he calls his golden goddess. He believes she is real and meant for him. Expecting to deliver a warning to Dr. “Michael” Peterson from the new High Guardian, he is stunned to find the doctor is his dream girl. Fearing the Hellhounds may be coming after her, he wants to whisk her to safety, but she stubbornly resists leaving her Galveston, Texas, home. Can he convince her to trust him before tragedy strikes?

Review excerpt:

She writes effortlessly and before you know it, you’re immersed in the world of the characters …” CharlaCN

Decoding Michaela is book 2 in the planned 8-part series, Romancing the Guardians. Book 6 will be released in late spring, 2017. The story begins in Paris, France, moves to the Riviera and to the majestic Rocky Mountains as the hero leads his heroine (the 6th Guardian) to safety from their relentless enemies.

About the author

Lyn Horner resides in Fort Worth, Texas – “Where the West Begins” – with her husband and several very spoiled cats. Trained in the visual arts, Lyn worked as a fashion illustrator and art instructor before she took up writing. She loves crafting passionate love stories, both historical and contemporary. Lyn also enjoys reading, gardening, visiting with family and friends, and cuddling her furry, four-legged children.

Find all of Lyn’s books here: Amazon Author Page

Join her on these sites:  Website   Twitter   Facebook   Goodreads

 

Win 4 Free Books!


I’m so excited to share this news! Dianne Bylo of the popular Tome Tender review site gave Profiling Nathan (Romancing the Guardians, Book Five) a great 5-star review. And she’s hosting a giveaway for me. I’m offering the first four books in this series FREE to one reader. The entry period ends January 20, so don’t delay. Enter now!

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To  enter the giveaway, go here: https://tometender.blogspot.com/2017/01/lyn-horner-presents-profiling-nathan.html?showComment=1483821532464#c394581188401158860

Now here’s a portion of Dianne’s review for Profiling Nathan:

“PROFILING NATHAN by Lyn Horner is another tantalizing tale of a special group of guardians who protect some of history’s greatest secrets as another Guardian finds that missing link in their life that only love can fill! Ms. Horner uses only the lightest touch of the paranormal, but it is just the perfect amount to add that special flavor to her tale of romance, intrigue and suspense. Two likable characters, warm moments stolen throughout, a deadly and twisted killer and the magic of love, it’s all in here!”

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See the entire review on Goodreads. https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1830885356

Find Lyn Horner books on Amazon: http://amzn.to/Y3aotC