Here's another 2019 project “authors with heart” spotlight and giveaway feature. In these posts, you get to hear about a book and have a chance to win a prize! Each featured author helped with the 2019 Mother's Day thermal bags that were donated to three Washington state Fisher Houses—VA Puget Sound Healthcare System in Seattle, Madigan Army Medical Center at JBLM, and VA Portland Health Care System in Vancouver.

Tule Publishing‘s MONTANA DAUGHTER by Juanita Kees is in this week's spotlight. This is book two in the Calhoun Customs Garage series. Here's what a reviewer had to say about the book:

“A lovely story of a couple with two very different families and conflicting needs finding a way to make a relationship work. Highly recommended.” —Amazon Reviewer

Here's the blurb for MONTANA DAUGHTER:

Trinity Calhoun is a name everyone knows on the race circuit, but her days in the hot seat are numbered. She’s tired of the limelight, meaningless relationships and long hours behind the wheel. When her father calls her and her sister home, she’s ready. She slips right back into the family business, finishing off the custom car projects her father has lined up. But racing is in her blood and she’s lured back to risking her life on the hot rod drag strips outside of town. It’s there she meets paramedic and volunteer firefighter, Reece Balmain, who has her re-thinking the road her life is taking.

Reece Balmain arrives in Big Fork a broken man. He’s lived and breathed through horror accidents, haunted by the faces of the people he’s cut from vehicles. He knows one thing–speed kills. He’s hoping not to see too much of it in small town Montana, until he hears about the drag races taking place outside of town. He knows Trinity Calhoun. He’s watched her race, seen her win, held his breath when her car somersaulted into barriers in Daytona Beach. He doesn’t like what she does, but he can’t stay away from the woman who’s claiming his heart.

To read the book, click here!

Did you know I used to really be into racing? I followed the Indy Cart circuit closely for a few years, had the opportunity to work on a SCCA pit crew, and attended go-cart racing school. Needless to say, I love romances about racing so this one is right up my alley! It'll be interesting to see what happens in this one given the hero's feeling about the dangers of high speed. What do you think?

Tell me in the comment section to be entered to win a $5 Amazon gift card (sent via email). If the winner would rather have a Starbucks e-card, that's okay, too! I'll pick the winner from the comment section using random.org and announce the name next Monday morning (March 30th) here on this post and on my Facebook page, so be sure to check back! The winner must contact me by Monday, April 6th to claim their prize so please check back to see if you won. I do not contact winners.

*** The winner is girlfromwva! Please see comments on how to claim your prize! ***

Rules: No purchase necessary. Open to entries from Tuesday, March 24th to Monday, March 30th at 6 am PDT. Must be 18 or older to enter. Winner is chosen using random.org and must claim their prize by 04/6/20. Odds of winning are determined by the number of entries. Not responsible for loss or damage during shipping. Unclaimed prizes will be given away at a later date, either here on the website or on my Facebook page. Void where prohibited.

A special thanks to Tule Publishing for sponsoring a tote bag and donating books and swag for the Seattle/JBLM/OR VA Fisher House moms on Mother's Day.