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Win a Spring Clean $300 US











*How to Enter: Simply follow the instructions in my rafflecopter below.

(*If total number of unique entries are less than 500, I reserve the right to supply only the Fire Tablet.)


The first book in USA Today bestselling author, Bronwen Evans’s flirty new contemporary romance series…

Emily Stanford’s trip to New York, and her plan to bring her orphaned goddaughter home to Coopers Creek, backfires. Hayley’s coming home but to Emily’s horror she’s hired as Hayley’s nanny and moving in with her ex-lover, Hayley’s uncle, the handsome cowboy come banker, Tyler Jeffries. He still makes her heart pound-even though four years ago he walked away from their relationship without a backward glance.

Tyler hates that he has no choice but to let Emily move in, but this is about Hayley and what she needs. He can’t believe the woman he blames for his sister’s death still fiercely fires his blood. Back in Coopers Creek, out of his comfort zone, coping with PTA meetings and white picket fences, he lets his heart’s defences down, only to have Emily betray him again…

Teaser Snippet:

Manhattan, NY.

“Hello, Tyler,” Emily said evenly. “It’s been a long time.”

“Not long enough.”

“It’s a pleasure to see you, too,” she retorted, stung by his nasty remark.

He studied her for one long, unhurried moment before seemingly dismissing what he saw, as though she was of no consequence.

Her face heated, angry that she let him affect her so much. She knew she wasn’t one of his usual bombshells, who plastered themselves to his side like a Band-Aid over a wound. Emily gathered her pride. Her breasts might be small, but they were real and nicely shaped—

Tyler’s sensual, yet direct voice startled her. “Why are you in New York?”

She should’ve been resistant to the affect he had on her, but it seemed as though he still had the power to melt her insides. Keep Calm. “I came to see Hayley, of course. She called me to come.”

“Called you?”

“She has all my contact info in her phone. Kids her age know their way around smartphones better than a blind man reads Braille.”

“Phone? What phone?”

“Her own. I gave her one in case she had an emergency and I pay the bill.” Tyler remained silent as she continued. “And she has an emergency. She hates it here. She begged me to come.”

Speaking of hate… Tyler’s expression was full of it. But even though he glared at her with his fabulous, stormy eyes, Emily wanted him. The wall of sheer animal charisma standing in front of her made her body heat.

He was male in the most primal sense of the word. She could smell the testosterone rising from him, and underneath it, the faint scent of some expensive cologne, which increased her awareness of the sexual tension that hummed in the small room.

A room with a bed.

Emily inwardly cursed her weakness. Her nipples hardened beneath her bra and she went rigid, deeply disconcerted by her strong reaction to the sensual charge emanating from Tyler.

Ignoring it, she said, “Hayley’s world has been turned upside down. She barely remembers her mother and she just lost her grandmother. She’s frightened of a new home. New York is so different than Coopers Creek and she doesn’t know anyone here except for you and Mrs. Clark. Hayley told me that Mrs. Clark is leaving next week. She also said that you’re parading nannies in front of her, which makes her think that you don’t want her.”

“That’s not true.” He cursed and sank down onto the edge of the bed. “Of course I want her.”

“I can just imagine the type of women you’re interviewing, and I hope you’ll remember the nanny is not there to look after your…needs. I’m sure the qualifications are totally different,” she said sarcastically, a touch of the green eyed monster rising sharply.

His gaze made her shiver. “Who’s looking after my needs is none of your business. But upsetting my niece is.”

She tried to take the high road and remain calm. “How have I upset your niece? She doesn’t even know I’m here.”

“Good. I want it to stay that way. She needs time to settle into her new surroundings and forget—”

“Forget?” Emily interjected angrily. “You don’t just forget someone because they die. Some people can’t switch off their emotions like you can. Some of us actually like having feelings, Tyler. And some of us actually want to be loved.” She snapped her mouth shut before she said something she’d regret. She wasn’t going to reveal her true feelings to him. How, after four years, he still stirred her heart.

The second book, is Emily’s brother Ric.

Heal Me sees Ric stuck in Coopers Creek and when he spies the local sexy vet, Kate, sparks fly.


After her fiance dies, Kate Donoghue has picked up the broken pieces of her heart and moved on. She’s sworn off men and is building a Heal Me 3new life in Coopers Creek, Colorado as the local vet and senior member of the mountain rescue team. So why now is she suddenly distracted by the seriously sexy investment banker come cowboy, Ric Stanford? The man screams big city playboy but what can it hurt to indulge? Kate swears she won’t fall for Ric… but the heat between them is scorching.

Investment Banker Ric Stanford is enjoying his new life in the New York office. He’s finally putting distance between his hometown memories of Lizzie and her reckless death. So he’s more than pissed when on a trip home to Coopers Creek he breaks his leg and is stuck there for the foreseeable future. That is, until sexy vet, Kate Donoghue, arrives to attend to his sister’s dog and suddenly a month in Coopers Creek looks totally irresistible.

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I hope you enter the contest and enjoy the new series.


45 thoughts on “Win a Spring Clean $300 US

  1. Jessica Collado says:

    I can’t wait to read this.

    1. Bronwen says:

      Thank you, that’s so sweet. If you want an ARC copy for review email me – my email is on my contact page.

  2. Robyn K says:

    Thank you for your generosity. :)

  3. Connie Fischer says:

    I am so ready for some spring cleaning and would love to be your winner. After that is done, I could sit back and enjoy my clean house AND read on a new Kindle Fire.

    Thanks ever so much for a very clever and much wanted/needed giveaway.

  4. Sue shively says:

    Hope to read soon….

  5. Sue shively says:

    Hope to read it soon, and win also.

  6. Susan Moffitt says:

    I’d love to read these books! I’ve been stuck at home since November for shoulder surgery. Climbing the walls so much that my cats are starting to look at me strangely!

  7. Teresa Fordice says:

    Sounds good to me

  8. Joye says:

    a great prize to start the New Year

  9. Carol Luciano says:

    I loved these excerpts. Thanks for sharing with us. I would sure enjoy winning. 😃

  10. Kate Sparks says:

    Sweet deal!! THanks

  11. gwyn beams says:

    is it going to be in print?i have no e-reader as yet.

    1. Bronwen says:

      Hi Gwyn

      Yes there will be print versions, they will be ready around release day.

  12. Sharon R. Cowsn says:

    Would love a spring clean as it is hard for me with my disabilities. Thanks for the chance.

  13. Peggy R says:

    I love the tenderness that comes through, just by looking at the cover!! I’m sure the story inside is going to be amazing!! Congratulations on what I’m sure will be another hit!!

  14. Dennie Hall says:

    It looks so good

  15. Heather Northover says:

    Sounds wicked😃

  16. Vicki Cochranv says:

    Looking forwards to reading a lot of books this summer since my spring cleaning will be done.

  17. Glenda M says:

    Sounds great Bronwen! Thanks for the sneak peak!

  18. Janice Hougland says:

    Having read mostly historical romances almost all my life…I’m picky about contemporaries, Bron. But because of your writing style and the historicals you’ve written that I’ve loved, I’m willing to chance your new contemporary series…yea!

    1. Janice Hougland says:

      P.S. I went to Amazon and pre-ordered Books 1 and 2 of your new series. :-)

  19. Bonny Bord says:

    Being disabled this would be a huge help (if I win…) Thank you for your generosity!

  20. What a great prize to win for the new year.

  21. Merriedth Province says:

    Sounds really good can’t wait to read them

  22. Kari Angeles says:

    These are awesome excerpts. Can’t wait to read!

  23. Oh Spring…Clean up! thank you for writing great books. I would love to win

  24. Angela Maubach says:

    Thanks for the contest

  25. Amanda Richardson says:

    These look good!

  26. J.Spoone says:

    Congrats on the new release

  27. Sue says:

    Love books that include animals, or veterinarians. Looks good.

  28. Julie says:

    Sounds good. Thanks for the chance as I’m international 🇬🇧

  29. Wandasue Ennis says:

    Love the way you write!!! The inserts just make me wish that I could read them right this moment. thank you for taking the time to do that looking forward to both books and more.

  30. Kristine Mager says:

    Someone to do the spring cleaning would free up my time to spend reading your books. Pre-ordered and can’t wait!!!!

  31. Amanda Scarberry says:

    Can’t wait

  32. Aleta Yeager says:

    I can’t wait to read it

  33. Danielle says:

    Thanks !!

  34. Liz Evans says:

    This looks amazing so different from your other work. Can’t wait to read it

  35. Stella SUTTON says:

    I love anything you write!

  36. Annette Naish says:

    I like the idea of you stepping in another direction. I like your books, so I am sure your small town story will draw me in.

  37. Kari Angeles says:

    Love the excerpts! Can’t wait to read the books.

  38. Jane Geiger says:

    I want to read Heal Me! It would be GREAT to do it on a new kindle in a clean house! 😸 Thanks for the chance.

  39. Anne Hardy says:

    Both books look really intriguing

  40. Phyllis N Crabtree says:

    Thanks for sharing the excerpts, they sound great! Would love to win the giveaway, thanks for the chance.

  41. Beverly Gordon says:

    your books are so awesome i forgot i even entered so i double checked you are awesome for doing this

  42. Dawn says:

    Looks good…to the list they go

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