Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Nancy Naigle's BARBECUE AND BAD NEWS w/ giveaway!

Welcome to Adams Grove…where the barbecue isn’t the only thing that sizzles.

In no rush to attend her ex-husband’s wedding, Savannah Dey would be happy with any reason to get out of it…which is why the speeding ticket from the handsome sheriff of Adams Grove is both a surprise and a reprieve. With one quick call to her editor, the aspiring columnist finds herself with a new assignment and the perfect excuse to get closer to the man who pulled her over. Now, all she needs is a way to deal with all the bad memories the small town dredges up…

Sheriff Scott Calvin can’t forget the woman who set off his radar, but he’s determined to send her on her way. He’s done making bad choices, and this beautiful city gal is sure to leave Adams Grove once she finishes her story. When she stirs up a hornet’s nest, he’s already falling for her. Will trouble bind them together, or will her secrets tear them apart?

Sneak Peek:

But as cranky as she was feeling, she had to admit that her mood just brightened a smidgen as she watched the officer approach her car. Probably about her age or not much older. Good-looking. Really good-looking. In fact, strangely familiar. She leaned out the window, then tugged her glasses off at just the moment he glanced down at her.
Sound innocent, get a warning, and get back on the road. “Good morning. Something wrong, officer?” Her lead foot had given her plenty of practice in this, and usually it worked.
“License and registration, please.”
So you’re going to be like that? Fine. “Yes, sir.” She smiled. He didn’t. She tugged the paperwork from the console and handed it his way.
“Right.” She leaned toward the passenger seat and rummaged through her purse, coming up with everything but her driver’s license. She slipped a piece of gum from a pack and popped it into her mouth. “Gum?”
He didn’t look amused. “Do you have a license, ma’am?”

Nancy's giving away an ecopy of BARBECUE AND BAD NEWS to one (1) lucky commenter. Have you ever gotten a ticket? Did you try to talk or flirt your way out? C'mon...you can tell us....

USA Today bestselling author Nancy Naigle whips up small-town love stories with a dash of suspense and a whole lot of heart. She began her contemporary romance series, Adams Grove, while juggling a successful career in finance and life on a seventy-six-acre goat farm. Now happily retired, she devotes her time to writing, antiquing, cooking, and the occasional spa day with friends. A native of Virginia Beach, she now calls North Carolina home.

Barbecue and Bad News is the sixth book in her popular Adams Grove series.
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Love stories from the crossroad of small town and suspense.


  1. Hey y'all! And a big thank you to Miss Ivy's Book Nook for making it warm and cozy here today.

    The little town I lived in back in Virginia was notorious for its "enforced" speed limits, so that's been a really fun thing to play on in the Adams Grove series. In fact, you might remember that the baddie in Sweet Tea and Secrets brought some trouble on himself when he got stopped there.

    Well, this time is a bit different. And Savannah Dey does NOT get a ticket....which never happens.
    I've never had any luck getting out of a ticket. Now, the last cop, quite adorable if I do say so myself, did friend me on Facebook...but even talking about my books and giving him a bookmark for his momma didn't save my rear from getting a ticket and having to pay a $170 fine

    Have you ever talked your way out of a ticket?
    Thanks for joining me here on release day. I'm so excited about this book. Scott's way overdue for a break in the love department!

  2. I have never been pulled over & given a ticket. I'd probably just cry.

  3. Last time I got pulled over I had just been passed by 3 other cars. All of which the officer ignored as they sped by him. I was so ticked off it was a miracle I didn't say something to get myself arrested.

    1. Oh gosh...isn't that worst when you're the one who gets the ticket when EVERYBODY was speeding to? Ugh...does that mean we were just the only one too scared to pretend we didn't see the blue lights haha.

  4. It got my first ticket when I was 30...for speeding. I've gotten 3 more over the next 20 years...all for speeding. :) No I did not try to talk my way out it. I was speeding..every time. I tend to go about 10 miles over the limit when I usually drive so I'm not surprised.

    1. This story sounds really cute. Love a sassy woman!

    2. :) I always TRY to get out of them. It just never works. Thank goodness for cruise control or I'd be in a big ol' heap of trouble with speeding tickets.

  5. Congrats, Glenda! Keep an eye on your inbox & spam.