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Sunday, August 16th, 2015



I have a sense of humor and love it when I can let it loose in a book. But I write murder/mystery/romances. How do I put humor in the book when my characters are on the run and being shot at? Well, in PROTECTING THE COLTON BRIDE, I had to get my couple married fast. They went to Vegas to get the job done and, well, when in Vegas…do it Elvis style! That’s right, they go to the Graceland Wedding Chapel (a real place) and are married by Elvis!  You have to read the book to get the full effect. I know…that was a tease. Happy reading!


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With his ranch in financial trouble, cowboy Daniel Colton makes the perfect proposal to Megan Talbot—a marriage of convenience to save his business and ensure she receives her inheritance. But spending night after night with the strawberry blonde beauty tests all boundaries of Daniel’s self-control. And when a killer targets his new bride, vying for her estate, it sets off all of his protective instincts. Daniel refuses to trade his honeymoon for a funeral. Now it’s a race against the clock to track down the culprit and protect the wife who’s starting to be so much more to him than just a business partner.

About the Author

NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author ELLE JAMES also writing as MYLA JACKSON is an award-winning author of stories including cowboys, intrigues and paranormal adventures that keep her readers on the edges of their seats. With over seventy stories in a variety of sub-genres and lengths she is published with Harlequin, Samhain, Elloras’ Cave, Kensington, Cleis Press, and Avon. When she’s not at her computer, she’s traveling, out snow-skiing, boating, or riding her ATV, dreaming up new stories.

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