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#Win Bulletproof Badge by Angi Morgan (US)

An 11th generation Texan, Angi utilizes her strong heritage to create passionate characters willing to risk everything. She writes Intrigues where danger and honor collide with love. When the house is quiet, she plots ways to engage her readers with complex story lines, throwing her hero and heroine into situations they’ll never overcome...until they find the one person they can love.

With her three children out of the house, Angi concentrated on her work, finding her dream agent and editor. She and her husband live in North Texas with only the four-legged ‘kids’ to interrupt her writing. Tex & Roxie keep Angi and her characters company and remind her to occasionally take time off to play.



Praise for Angi Morgan


“I loved her writing style, even though I felt the story gave me heart palpitations at times.”
                                    -Amazon Reviewer

“Angi Morgan has such a talent with a complex plot and great characters! She places roadblocks before her characters so smoothly that I never have to question how it happened, a little nail-biting, but no doubts that the action fits, but the characters keep moving forward with intelligent successes that have me cheering.”
                                    -Amazon Reviewer

Angi Morgan does a great job of fleshing out her characters…Hope Harlequin brings more from Angi Morgan!!!
                                                -Amazon Reviewer



  How-To-Tips for Aspiring Writers

Advice on how to break into the series-writing business;
My advice– One: write every day. Two–Establish your writing time to discover what works and what the process is. Then when you sell–because those who don’t give up, do–you and your family will be ready for deadlines. Series authors have a lot of deadlines. How do you accomplish either? By writing every day.

BULLETPROOF BADGE
by ANGI MORGAN

Harlequin; January 19, 2016
224 pages; $5.50 U.S
ISBN-978-0-373-69886-8

His key witnesses dead, Texas Ranger Garrison Travis had to protect innocent bystander Kenderly Tyler. Her crucial evidence had two very dangerous Texas crime families willing to do anything to keep her quiet. But Garrison's undercover status had branded him a killer, and now the bad and the good guys were after them both.
Hiding out with a handsome protector, on the run for her life, was so beyond anything Kenderly had imagined. While there was more than just adrenaline pulsing between them, the Ranger vowed his job was his life. Dare she wonder what would become of them should they actually make it out alive?

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Comments

  1. The mystery and intrigue, along with some romance, are what makes the book enjoyable.

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  2. Angi's comments were so good and she seems to know Texas quite well! I think learning more about a Texas Ranger would be great.

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