YOU NEVER CAN TELL has just been reborn in three beautiful formats —paperback, e-book, and audio book from Amazon and paperback from Barnes & Noble–and I’m going to draw a name from today’s comment pages and give an autographed trade paperback copy of THE LAST GOOD MAN away. Yes! Because that’s the book that gave rise to this one.
Here’s my question for today: Have you ever seriously put yourself out there for a cause you believed in? Have you ever really laid it on the line?
Laid what, you say? Oh, I don’t know. We’re about to celebrate the anniversary of the day a bunch of rebels laid their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honors on the line. How about your word? Your reputation? A good chunk of your time? Your trust? What would be a real risk for you? What would it take to make you risk everything?
YOU NEVER CAN TELL is the story of a man who risked everything and lost all but his life and a woman with stars in her eyes who wants to tell his story. Readers of THE LAST GOOD MAN undoubtedly guessed that I would have to write Kole Kills Crow’s story. Kole is the kind of man who walks the walk. His people are his cause, and he once believed in a man who successfully attracted media attention by talking the talk. And leaving Kole holding the bag. Now Kole is a fugitive. Here’s the setup:
She tracks him until he catches her…
Some say American Indian Activist Kole Kills Crow is an outlaw; others say he’s a hero. To journalist Heather Reardon, he’s a must-have story. When Heather locates Kole in an isolates Minnesota cabin, she discovers a loner, a fugitive, a disillusioned idealist who isn’t interested in telling his side of any story. But now that she’s found him, he can’t let her go.
And she can’t walk away. Years ago Kole gave up a child for adoption because he couldn’t raise her on the run. His daughter is now seven, and her godmother–Heather Reardon–believes she deserves to know who her father really is and what he stands for.
There’s nothing quite like a wounded bad boy and a woman on a mission to create sexual tension, but it’s the passion these two have for the lives around them and for doing the right by them that enhances their growing passion for each other.
How about you? Don’t tell me you haven’t tested yourself. Maybe your neck hasn’t narrowly escaped the guillotine, but you’ve take a chance or two. How did it work out? Or, what would be a real risk for you? What would it take to make you risk everything?