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Publisher pitch: Tule Publishing, Sep 2016

3 September 2016

Tule PublishingTule Publishing’s authors bring you the best in commercial fiction, from whirlwind romance to compelling women’s literature. Whether you’re in the mood for something sexy or sweet, we bring you fresh, modern and exciting plots.

Tule has over 80 authors who have unique styles, terrific voices and have helped us grow to house over 260 titles, many of which have been nominated for and won many RITA and RWA awards.

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Enjoy our September releases!

Tule covers_Sep2016Breaking Good by Madeline Ash (contemporary). He wasn’t good for her. He never would be. Ethan desperately wants to be a good father and a partner, yet he believes he’ll never be normal. The chaos that defines his life has destroyed his relationships, yet Stevie’s acceptance of his flaws tempts him with a life he thought impossible. Dare he risk Stevie’s life of hard-fought stability for his own chance at happiness?

Chance for Love by Ann B Harrison (contemporary). Callie can’t resist the advertisement for a ranch manager in Montana. Only thing is, it also stipulates marriage. After an accident leaves him unable to return to the tour, Chance decides now is the time to do what his heart has been yearning for—marry a down-to-earth country girl and raise bulls on his ranch, with the hope of bringing his brothers back together. Little did he know that an advertisement would bring him a sassy-talking Australian bride to turn his world upside down …

Catch Me, Cowboy by Jeannie Watt (contemporary). When champion bronc rider Ty Harding returns home after four long years on the road, the first thing he does is look up Shelby O’Connor—the woman who begged him to stay. Shelby isn’t a big one for second chances, but she’s all about proving that she and Ty are done. Will history repeat itself, or will Ty and Shelby get another chance at love?

Love from Left Field by Megan Ryder (contemporary). When Miranda Callahan’s father, principle owner and hands-on dictator of the Georgia Knights, has a heart attack, the responsibility to make the team an independent success becomes solely hers. Lucas’ family had been the owners of the team. Now, he has the perfect opportunity to regain his rightful position with the Knights, if he’s willing to suppress his scruples and his attraction to Miranda Callahan …

Protect Me, Cowboy by Shelli Stevens (contemporary). With his competing days behind him, Wyatt Marshall has settled into ranching life. The last thing he needs is a distraction—especially one in the form of a pretty, yet vaguely familiar country singer. When Claire and her country band travel to perform in the small town of Marietta, getting stranded for several days turns out to be more than she bargained for: as passion flares, Claire is ready to run, not knowing the danger that sent her fleeing in the first place is close on her heels.

The Chieftain’s Daughter by Leigh Ann Edwards (historical fantasy). Young, pregnant witch, Alainn McCreary, is forced to rely on her mysterious and unpredictable magical powers in an attempt to protect the life of her strong and courageous new husband, Killian O’Brien, and the life of their unborn child, battling against all odds waged by a powerful and corrupt chieftain, a vengeful curse, and malevolent dark forces unleashed by a scheming demon.

Want Me, Cowboy by Sinclair Jayne (contemporary). All-around cowboy Luke Wilder only came into Grey’s Saloon for a beer. Instead he ends up in a fight with a brother he never met and dumped by a fiery red-haired bull breeder he only asked to dance. Tanner McTavish is more focused on breeding bulls at the next level of IBR than in making out with cowboys, unless that cowboy is Luke Wilder. She’s secretly pined to catch his eye at several rodeos, but this Copper Mountain Rodeo is Tanner’s chance to chase a stock deal with the IBR. Things look to be all business, but looks can be deceiving, and Tanner’s never played it safe …

Saved by the Montana Hero by Vella Munn (contemporary). For years Terron Sax was responsible for others. Now as a member of the Lake Serene remodelling crew, he can finally enjoy a taste of freedom and the company of enigmatic and beautiful waitress Kolina Childs as long as he can keep his emotions in check. Kolina envies Terron his light-hearted spirit. She’d love to explore the growing attraction between them but is afraid he is the man who could breech the defences of her wounded heart. When an injury derails her goals, is Terron what she needs or will she have to face her future alone?

Love Me, Cowgirl by Eve Gaddy (contemporary). Disillusioned with love, Dr Sean Gallagher returns to Marietta to join its expanding medical facility. Home for the 78th Annual Copper Mountain Rodeo, a brief fling with the town’s hottest new doc might be just the thing to distract Honey from her past until she can leave again. But when an affair meant to last a few nights turns into something much deeper, Sean and Honey are left torn between the safety of saying goodbye and the heartache of losing what they dare not admit they’ve found—one true and lasting love.

 

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