Ciana Stone ~ Lincoln Shaw ~ Blog Tour / Teasers / Excerpt / Giveaway

Today we have the blog tour of LINCOLN SHAW by Ciana Stone! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!


Author: Ciana Stone

Genre: MC Romance

About Lincoln Shaw:

Book 8 in the Heartbreakers & Heroes series and part of Ciana’s Cotton Creek Saga


He doesn’t care if both his brothers are both married, with families and happy as bugs in a rug. Or that most of his friends are getting hitched. Settling down might be for them but it’s definitely not in the cards for Lincoln Shaw. He enjoys his freedom and women way too much for that. Nope, give him a different woman–or three– every night and he’s just fine.


Then, why the heck does a pole dancer with violet eyes who calls him Thor have him thinking that settling down might not be so bad after all?


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If she hadn’t been walking down the hallway with Principal McCall, Lula would have squealed and engaged in a happy dance. She had the job. A bit more full-time than she’d expected, but she wouldn’t complain. Getting the job had been her goal, so she’d count herself lucky and not bitch.

At least not yet. There might come a time when she would. To be granted the job as the physical education teacher for the girls, she had to agree to two things. Become the coach for the gymnastic team and coach the cheering team.

Neither was a real hardship. Just more hours than expected. Right now, she and Principal McCall were on their way to meet the Coach of the football team, Dillon Walker. Principal McCall wanted her to coordinate with the Coach on things like pep rallies and travel arrangements.

Lula didn’t have a clue where to start on that, but with luck, her predecessor would have left notes, or Dillon Walker would know. She found it interesting that he was referred to as Coach or the Coach. She’d heard that folks in Texas took their football seriously. Even to the point of elevating the coach of a school team to something like royalty. The Coach.

She smiled at the notion then started to think there was more to it than she realized.  Principal McCall led her out of the school and to a state of the art training facility at one end of a football stadium that could have put major universities to shame.

Wow, there was nothing second rate here at all.  She took note of the layout, the huge walls of glass and multiple entrances as they neared the building. Once inside, they passed the coaches lounge and stopped in front of a door bearing a plaque that read “Coach Dillon Walker”.

Principal McCall knocked and at the sound of a male voice calling out, “come on in,” he opened the door and looked in.

“Coach? Got a minute?”

“Sure, Adam. Come on in.”

“Thank you.” Principal McCall gestured for Lula to precede him and she gave him a smile before stepping into the room.

Woo hoo. Texas forever. She thought when she saw Dillon Walker. I bet there’s not a girl in this school that doesn’t want to give him a ride. Not to mention their mamas. Yes, he was that hot.

Tall, lean but obviously well built, Dillon was blessed with coal black hair, eyes the color of a clear Carolina sky and a face that would give a woman something to fantasize about for a long time.

“I wanted to introduce you to the new girl’s PE teacher, gymnastics and cheering coach, Ms. Tallulah Duval. Ms. Duval, this is Coach Dillon Walker.”

“Of the Cotton Creek Mustangs,” she added and smiled as she stuck out her hand. “A pleasure, Mr. Walker.”





About the Author:

I’m a country girl at heart and I’m quite keen on home-grown heroes, military men and cowboys. Happily-ever-after is something I believe in with my whole heart. Love may be a bumpy road and there are bound to be perils along the way but in the end, love should win. I try to take that attitude into my writing and believe that love, hope and laughter are some of the best medicine there is. Along with books. Lots of books.

I have a passion for sagas. I love to fall into a world, get to know characters and have them reappear in stories down the road. Because of that, I wrote my Cotton Creek Saga. So far, there are two series within the saga, Honky Tonk Angels and Heartbreakers & Heroes, with another, Heritage, on the way in 2019.

I love to hear from readers and want every since person who has read one of my book to know how much I thank them. To every reader who has spent his or her hard-earned reading dollars on a Ciana Stone book, thank you from the bottom of my heart.


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