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In case you missed the trade paperback release of THREE WEEKS WITH A BULL RIDER back in March,  you’re in luck! Kensington just rereleased it this week in mass market paperback format. Look for it on a shelf at a Walmart or Barnes & Noble near you! It’s also available at your favorite online book retailers in both paperback and digital at a new lower price. And coming December 17th–the audiobook version!  AMAZON US    UK    CA  BARNES & NOBLE    KOBO     iBOOKS  BOOKS A MILLION    WALMART    GOOGLE PLAY

All new excerpt from my contemporary cowboy romance novel THROWN

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Release Day is one week away! How about an excerpt to hold you over until next Tuesday? THROWN (Studs in Spurs, Book 6) by Cat Johnson Skeeter Anderson was born to ride bulls. He bypassed college to shoot straight to the top of the elite pro tour, but lately all he can seem to do is hit the dirt. Unwilling to admit his career might be over at twenty-one, Skeeter brainstorms a bull-riding boot camp with his buddies, which will put him closer to a girl who’s caught his eye—a stock contractor’s daughter called Riley. Riley Davis lives and breathes bulls. Since her mother’s death, she’s been her father’s business partner as well as the apple of his eye—until a coronary rips him out of her life. Now, at nineteen, she must find a way to hang onto the family business. When Skeeter drives to Mississippi to lend her a hand, his buddies hot on his heels, Riley has more help than she can shake a stick at, and an attraction to Skeeter that’s heating up by the minute… EXCERPT from THROWN (Rated G) Inside her room, he released her hand and moved to the window. He hit the ON […]

In defense of Jace EXCERPT #2 Three Weeks with a Bull Rider…

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It’s interesting to sit back as an author and watch readers react to your characters. I’m finding that particularly so with Jace from the Oklahoma Nights series. He’s not perfect. I know. I wrote him that way. There are reasons for his flaws and for his behavior, but you, the readers don’t get to see all that until his book, Three Weeks with a Bull Rider. Some readers of Book 2 complained about Jace as a character. What I would hope is that readers realize that if I can make him bother you in Book 2, I have the skill to turn both your opinion and his character around in Book 3. In real life no one should judge another person until they’ve walked a mile in their shoes because what we see of each other is only the tip of the iceberg of a complete world that makes up each of us. More than that, not one of us is perfect. George RR Martin, author of Game of Thrones, says his favorite characters to write are the ‘gray’ characters because they are the most true to life, and I think, more interesting. I want to throttle perfect characters. They are cardboard, […]