#Promo – Taming the Country Star – Margo Bond Collins

He’ll do anything to win her heart.   She will do anything to keep him away!”

Country star Cole Grayson is in town, and Kylie Andrews is less than thrilled. As if months of changing the radio station and tearing down his posters weren’t bad enough, now she has to deal with a town of fans swarming toward the man that deceived her the year before. But when Kylie’s eyes meet Cole’s again, she can’t deny the electric chemistry that drew her to him the first time around.

Cole Grayson is on a mission. Ever since Kylie left him, he hasn’t been able to forget her sweet country smile. After writing a song just for her, he sets off for her hometown to prove he’s not the player she thinks he is. But as much as Cole can’t forget her, Kylie wonders if she can forgive him…..


Kylie Andrews’s Texas-themed gift shop, Cowbelles, sat on the very outer edge of Fort Worth’s Stockyards District, not far from Jimmy’s honky tonk. And much to her dismay, no matter how often cleared it, the wall adjacent to her store remained covered with announcements for local events.  Like, for example, concerts. She stared at the latest layers of advertisements. From the topmost poster, Cole Grayson stared out at her, leaning against the edge of an old barn door, guitar at this feet.  One booted feet was kicked up against wooden wall behind him. His dark-blond hair curled around behind one ear, and fell down across his eye on the other side.

A cowboy hat rested on the ground next to the guitar.

Her hand drifted toward the image, hovering several inches from the picture of his face.   She glanced around. None of the other shopkeepers were outside. No one was watching. “Bastard”, she whispered to herself, and ripped the poster off the wall.  At least, she tried to. It was thicker than she expected, attached more firmly, and it resisted her pull.

Chewing on her lip, she took another look around, dropped her bag to the ground, and reached up to the grasp the edge with both fists, jerking at it in opposite directions. A tiny tear opened up along the side and she yanked harder. Finally, the poster ripped——-right across Cole Grayson’s lying eyes.

She tugged at the image some more, glanced around surreptitiously every few moments and dropping ragged pieces of paper on the ground at her feet,  until there was nothing left on the wall but a few fluttering strips.

Gathering the mutilated shreds together, she opened her bag and shoved them inside until they overflowed, bright ribbons of color in the morning light.

================About the Author======================

Margo Bond Collins is the author of contemporary romance, urban fantasy, and paranormal mysteries. She has published a number of novels, including the Taming of the Country Star, Legally Undead, Waking up Dead and Fairy, Texas.  She lives in Texas with her husband, their daughter, and several spoiled pets. Although writing fiction is her first love, she also teaches college level English courses online. She enjoys reading romance and paranormal fiction of any genre and spends most of her free time daydreaming about heroes, monsters, cowboys, villains, and the strong women who love them.

She currently writes for Entangled’s Red-Hot Bliss Line.


Connect with Margo

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/author/margobondcollins

Email: MargoBondCollins@gmail.com

Website: http://www.margobondcollins.net

Blog: http://www.margobondcollins.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/MargoBondCollin @ MargoBondCollin

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