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#Win Reunion At Cardwell Ranch by BJ Daniels (US)



B.J. DANIELS, a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author, wrote her first book after a career as an award-winning newspaper journalist and author of 37 published short stories. That first book, Odd Man Out, received a four and a half star review from Romantic Times magazine and went on to be nominated for Best Intrigue for that year. Since then she has won numerous awards including a career achievement award for romantic suspense and numerous nominations and awards for best book. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Thriller Writers, Kiss of Death and Romance Writers of America. 




A Recipe By BJ Daniels

ENCHILADA CASSEROLE:
2 cups chicken, turkey (or browned burger would work great too) (I used diced turkey)
3 cups grated cheese (I used both cheddar and jack)
1 4-5 oz green chilies (I used 4 fresh ones from the garden after taking the peel off under the broiler)
1 pkg corn tortillas (12)
1 16 oz can refried beans
1 19oz can of enchilada sauce
1/4 cup chopped green onions

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Bake 35-45 minutes in a 13x9 inch dish

Mix meat with 1 1/2 cups of grated cheese and all of the chilies.
Put a few spoonfuls of sauce in bottom of baking dish. Layer 4 tortillas on top of the sauce. (You can cut them to make them fit. I overlapped them to fit in the bottom)
Spread beans over tortillas (I didn't, but I think they would spread easier if heated)
Add half of the meat mixture and half of the remaining enchilada sauce
Put four tortillas on top.
Spread on remaining beans and meat mixture.
Put remaining tortillas on top
Add rest of enchilada sauce
Sprinkle on 1 1/2 cups of cheese.
Cover with foil. Bake. Garnish with green onions and serve.

Praise for B.J. Daniels

“…The author adroitly weaves multiple storylines together in a masterful way…the perfect mix of mystery, danger, suspense and steamy romance.”
Reading Between the Wines

“B.J. Daniels is proving to be one of my all-time favorite new authors. She always delivers interesting characters, a suspenseful and mysterious plot, and even a bit of romance peppered in.”Read Love Blog 

“B.J. Daniels is a talented author whose books should not be missed. You will be losing out on some exciting reading and non-stop action.” Single Titles

“BJ Daniels masterfully sharpens the focus and zooms into her target.” Fresh Fiction

“B.J. Daniels is a real talent when it comes to writing romantic suspense…The story line, with all the twists and turns, carries the plot to a satisfying conclusion.”  
Amazon Reviewer

New York Times bestselling author B.J. Daniels continues her acclaimed Cardwell Ranch series!
The last of his clan to come home to Big Sky, Montana, Laramie Cardwell wasn't planning to spend the holidays chasing an elusive cat burglar. He's stunned to discover that the masked, black-clad figure he tackles to the snowy ground is a woman.
After a distracting and sizzling kiss, she flees Laramie, who's knocked senseless by the culprit. Even though he manages to hold on to the stash in the melee, the sexy thief single-handedly steals Laramie's heart! Now he'll move any mountain to capture the mystery woman whose kiss still smolders on his lips.

REUNION AT CARDWELL RANCH
by B.J. DANIELS

Harlequin; December 15, 2015
224 pages; $5.50 U.S
ISBN-
978-0-373-69878-3

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1 US winner 

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**No compensation was received for posting. Freda's Voice is not responsible for prize shipment, lost, damaged or stolen prizes. Prize is shipped from Harlequin. 

Comments

  1. That recipe sounds awesome! I think I'd like the book too!

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  2. I love romance stories set in small towns. I read some great 'small town' romances set in Montana in 2015, so that's one of my new favorite settings for romance. :)

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  3. I love the sound of that casserole, shame it probably doesn't fit so well with my new years resolutions :)

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  4. The casserole sounds yum and thanks for the introduction to this book.

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  5. An ideal setting for a romance novel would be a small park in a cute little town.

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