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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Guest Blog: Em Petrova: Inside The Boot Knockers Ranch

I’m a reality show junkie. If it’s on, chances are I’ll tune in at least once. Ink Master, Project Runway, American Idol. And The Voice.

The Voice is one of my favorite shows and it isn’t because of the talent. Nope, I watch for the judges. Adam, Blake and Usher Mmm Mmm Mmm. Anyone agree with me?

Watching them push their buttons to fight over a singer, arguing to get that artist on their team…it ignited an idea for me. The Boot Knockers Ranch series was born.

These cowboys are authentic. They know how to handle animals and work hard to keep the ranch beautiful and running smoothly. The upside of so much hard work is chiseled, tanned bodies. The Boot Knockers need these bodies to woo the ladies, because they’re also sex therapists.

Women come from all over the country and pay a fee to stay a week on the ranch. They can enjoy massage, hot tubs, and two swimming pools. But they’d probably rather partake of the semi-naked corn-hole tournament, the weekly BDSM munch or rip through mud holes on the back of an ATV while clinging to a mostly naked cowboy. And don’t forget the final rodeo every week.

There’s an epidemic going on at the BKR though Cowboys are falling victim to lady guests and even each other. Excerpt of BODY LANGUAGE, now available from Samhain:

The Boot Knockers Ranch, Book 2
If there’s one thing that Damian Vince can do well, it’s read women. With his trademark wink and sexy drawl, he’s the most wanted cowboy on the Boot Knockers Ranch, a spa where sexually challenged women come to get charmed out of their uptight panties.

He’s also the ranch’s bad boy—he hates to admit he’s had his mug-shot taken more than once. But now he’s on the right path, ranching and fulfilling women’s desires.

Prim grade-school teacher Ruthie Johansson prays Damian will be able to fix her strict upbringing that’s left her leery of men and intercourse, though her body aches for both. Once she sets eyes on the muscular, auburn-haired Damian, she throbs only for him.

As they get skin to skin, her instinct touches something Damian’s been struggling to hide from his fellow Boot Knockers. A secret he’s spent a lifetime keeping buried beneath bar brawls and a bad attitude. But with Ruthie’s gentle coaxing, he just might give overcoming it another try—as long as they do their homework in bed.

Warning: Contains a bad boy with a vulnerable underside, a squeaky clean woman who wants to get dirty, and a secret shame only love and compassion can heal. Prepare to drool while he parses her sentences…one sexy verb at a time.


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Lynda Bailey said...

Great post, Em!
While I wouldn't consider myself a reality TV junkie, I do enjoy Project Runway and Dancing with the Stars... Val is sooooo yummy. ;)
Love the premise for you new series - and best of luck with BODY LANGUAGE!

Sandy said...

I'm addicted to the reality shows where people are trying to achieve success like The Voice and American Idol. I always cheer for my favorites.

I agree with Lynda the premise for your new series is yummy.

vicki batman said...

Hi, Em! How much fun this is. I love some reality shows-The Amazing Race, Survivor, DWTS, AGT. But not Prison Love. lolol

Polly McCrillis said...

All that from a reality show! Guess I should watch more of them...:-) Congratulations, Em. Sounds like a wonderful series!

Cara Marsi said...

Your book sounds like fun. I'd like to go to Book Knockers Ranch myself. I don't watch reality TV, have never seen American Idol or the Voice. I do like HGTV.

Melissa Keir said...

I love Em's books. They rock! I don't watch TV except maybe the news or reruns but I can see where the Voice would draw in anyone. Those are some hot guys!

All the best!

Janice Seagraves said...

I've watched a few reality shows, Survivors was mine and families favorite back when it was still a new show.

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