More Release Month Fun!

Day three of the Dangerous Race give away and the celebration continues for upcoming Dangerously Close!

See how it all started with Trace and Mac!

Yesterday we talked about heroes. So today we’re talking about heroines.

Who are your favorite heroines? Is she the take no prisoners female who runs into the fray with gun drawn or the reluctant miss who gets thrown into jeopardy and battles her fear to not only save herself, but maybe her man as well?

Congrats to Tuesday’s winner… Cris!

Comments

More Release Month Fun! — 7 Comments

  1. As long as she has a back bone, I’ll like her! But my favorie type of heroine is the one who is shoved into a sticky situation and she has to learn to handle it, which helps her learn a lot about herself. That’s what I tend to write.

    • Hi Alexa,
      I so agree with you! Back bone is a must! I love the woman who can save herself and her man. Thanks for coming by!

  2. I love strong heroines who are also super smart and brave, like Dana Scully and Sam Carter, both of whom work in male dominated professions like law enforcement and the military. I like reading about women who work in what is normally considered a male profession, following them as they deal with the politics of the job and how they balance that with love and non-work life. The danger their jobs put them in everyday and how they handle that danger also makes me love this kind of heroine.

    • Hi Miriad,
      I agree! Strong, smart women are sexy! I’m huge fan of Dana Scully, too. (You might like Trace Bradshaw in Dangerous Race. Car racing is a male dominated sport after all.) Thanks for coming by and good luck on today’s drawing!

  3. To me it doesn’t matter how she got in the situation. It’s how she acts once she’s there and how she gets herself out of it. If she is willing to face down the bad guy and/or her own fears, she has my vote. If she’s not scared to go toe to toe, to say what she thinks, do what she wants and to hell with everybody else’s rules, I’m there too. I’m a strong female and I pride myself on being just as good as the boys at a lot of things. Every time I’m told I can’t do something because I’m a girl I’ve done my very best to prove em wrong.

  4. To me it doesn’t matter how she got in the situation. Its how she acts once she’s there and how she gets herself out of it. If she is willing to face down the bad guy and/or her own fears, she has my vote. If she’s not scared to go toe to toe, to say what she thinks, do what she wants and say to hell with everybody else’s rules, I’m there too. I’m a strong female and I pride myself on being just as good as the boys at a lot of things. Every time I’m told I can’t do something because I’m a girl I’ve done my very best to prove em wrong.

    • Hi Rita,
      I’m with you all the way! If there’s one thing I want my daughter to learn, it’s that she can do anything. I love strong heroines. And I’m the same way about proving people wrong. Thanks for dropping by!