Monday, February 15, 2010

a Kiss for Cade Blog Tour

Welcome to the blog tour for Lori Copeland's A Kiss for Cade, sponsored by Glass Road PR.

About the story:

When Cade Kolby rode his horse out of town hot on the trail of a wanted man, he didn't wonder how he would leave the bounty hunter lifestyle behind.

Now the deaths of his sister and brother-in-law prompt a return visit and Cade once again sees Zoe, the fiery redhead he left so many years ago. He promised Zoe he'd come back. Seeing the beauty that has grown both inside and out, watching her love the children his sister left behind, Cade wonders anew why he never did return. Yet a bounty hunter cannot form the kind of ties he now desires. Wanted men will only see his loved ones as pawns to hurt Cade.

So Cade must walk away again, this time from both the woman he loves and his sister's children. There's no other way. Or is there?

Pattie's Review:

This is a sweet Western romance. Spunky heroine, handsome hero, and a passel of cute irresistible kids. Just when I thought it was a typical story and predictable, Copeland threw in a few twists I wasn't expecting. And that is what makes this better than the rest!

One of the strengths is most definitely the plot twists. The other strength is the town full of secondary characters. Delightfully odd without being really bizarre, these characters make the town more real.

This book was originally published in the general market, but it doesn't read like it at all.

One more comment: Three cheers for Missouri Girl Lori Copeland! I claim Missouri as my home state and am always thrilled to help a fellow Show-Me State gal!

To purchase the book, click here.

Special thanks to Glass Road PR for a review copy of this novel.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for a great review! What part of MO do you hail from?

Pattie said...

That's a loaded question! I've lived in Ballwin in St. Louis County; Gentry; Kansas City; and Warrensburg. said...

Great review!

I really quite enjoyed A Kiss for Cade and am a big fan of Lori Copeland.

I really enjoyed the story line of this western romance and I *do* have a weakness for a great western and this one came pretty close to meeting that bill. The abundant loss and grief in the story was disheartening at times although not many characters died during the story. The conclusion was pretty much expected from the very first chapters of the book and there weren’t too many major plot surprises.

I posted a more in-depth review of my own at

I would love it if you made a guest post on my blog some day.