Sunday, April 22, 2018

Wild West Weekend Double D Ranch Tales Book 1 by C. R. Moss & R.M. Sotera

West Weekend
D Ranch Tales Book 1
C. R. Moss & R.M. Sotera

Contemporary Romance

people scared to love again. Two others hesitant about commitment. A
weekend in Nevada will change all that.

Ashcombe is swearing off men and taking a vacation with her friend,
Cassie. Damon Dougan is packed and ready to leave the ranch for a
trip, that is, until a long-legged, sexy woman steps out of a vehicle
and he decides to stay. Will one sex filled weekend be enough for
either of them?

Harding travels to the Double D ranch, to meet Bristol and looks
forward to seeing her old friend, Dakota. Dak’s excited when
Cassie, his former sweetheart, returns. Cassie and Dakota, though
they’re heating up ‘the sheets’ in and out of the bedroom, have
fears about commitment after years of being single. Will they find
it’s better to dance together than apart?

West Weekend—Double D Ranch Tales (Book 1), a contemporary,
chick-lit, erotic romance story set in Nevada.


PG-13 Excerpt
And the trip sure came at the right time. She was in desperate need of a break and the Dougan’s spread was the best place to take it. The ranch had once been a source of pleasure in her life. A place where she felt safe and peaceful, loved even. She looked forward to relaxing, forgetting her troubles for a bit, catching up with her friend.
She sighed. She shouldn’t have lost contact with her childhood friends. Years of flitting from one state to the next trying to find the next best gig as a casino cocktail waitress in her twenties, then learning how to deal and working the pit in her thirties had taken its toll. Her nomadic way of life had consumed her, changed her, made her want to settle down somewhere. No longer was she the timid teen who’d visit the ranch every summer and once dismissed the feelings of the eldest Dougan brother.
Across the drive, a horse’s whinny followed by a loud metallic thud jerked her from her thoughts. In front of the stables, a silver, extend-cab pick-up idled. A man, topped with a black cowboy hat, tossed a large bulky bag into the truck’s bed.
She titled her sunglasses down her nose to get a better look at the cowboy. Tall, built but not burly, she’d place him around six feet tall. His tan hands were pronounced against the long white sleeves of his shirt. Relaxed fitting jeans encompassed long legs but didn’t form-fit around his butt. She wished the denim was tighter so it’d give a better idea of his muscle structure underneath. She’d hate to think the worker had a soft, saggy ass.
The man lifted the hat, wiped his forearm along his forehead. The sun’s afternoon glow highlighted golden streaks in his brown hair, but his arm created shadows on most of his face. She could only make out one prominent cheekbone and strong jaw. He replaced the hat, strolled over to the stable building, and faded into the dark shade of the building.
God, he looks like he has great lips for kissing, a five-o-clock stubbled chin that she could trail her tongue along and tease it with the prickles. She waited on the porch for another glimpse of him. He stepped out of the doorway, face still cast in shadows so she couldn’t get a good look, with a length of rope looped in his hand.
Desire coiled low in her stomach, bunched into a tight ball. She purred quietly to herself. Maybe she’d see about a weekend fling with the ranch hand. A bit of a scratch for my little itch. And wouldn’t it be nice if the ranch hand was actually Dakota? A soft snicker followed the purr.

West Hauntings
D Ranch Tales Book 2

life and the afterlife, on the Double D Ranch one belief holds
true—the power of love changes lives.

cowboys, ghosts, modern day women, hot dreams, pre-wedding relations
and a bit of sexy time travel, life promises to be one wild time on
the ranch again.

Star has met the man of her dreams … literally. Too bad he’s a
ghost. When true love crosses boundaries from dreams to reality and
across time, the Double D ranch is the place it happens. It takes the
love of a man from the past, Dalton Dougan, to bring love full circle
in the present for Rachel.

Ashcombe, soon to be Dougan, is ready to have her baby … and so is
a poltergeist. Can the love of a woman for her man and child sustain
her during the most horrible of terrors? Can the love between family
and friends really dispel the evil haunting them?

West Promise
D Ranch Tales Book 3

are wild on the Double D, and one ranch hand is in for the ride of a

O’Hurley doesn’t know her life is about to change. When visiting
the ranch to attend a friend’s bachelorette party, she meets a
wrangler named Kent. Her immediate attraction to him revs up her
libido, and she plans to do what’s needed to snag the sexy
cowboy…including making a decision she never thought she would

Samuels hasn’t been with a woman in ages. When a bewitching redhead
steps into his path, his world tilts. She’s all he can think of. He
doesn’t know if he’s able to give her forever, but he will give
her what time he has. Once he does, he knows he can’t let her

experiences war with ideas for the future, but can the pair make
promises they can keep?

everyone, my name is Casey, and I write under the names C.R. Moss for
erotic and mainstream romance and Casey Moss for mainstream dark
fiction (horror, suspense, urban fantasy) and sometimes the stories
have an erotic flare to them. My professional bio for C.R.: An
eccentric and eclectic writer, C.R. Moss pens stories for the
mainstream and erotic romance markets, giving readers a choice of
sweet, savory or spicy reads, usually within a sub-genre or two —
paranormal, sci-fi/fantasy, time travel, or western flare. The bio
for my other persona: Casey Moss delves into the darker aspects of
life in her writing, sometimes basing the stories on reality,
sometimes on myth. No matter the path, her stories will take you on a
journey from the light-hearted paranormal to dark things unspeakable.
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CR Moss & Series interview

What’s the inspiration for the series?
~ The inspiration for the Double D Ranch Tales series stemmed from a trip I went on where I stayed on a working ranch. There were ranchers/cowboys, horses, trail rides, campfires, cattle and food cooked outside. My muse started asking, "What if?" When I returned home with a handful of ideas, I went to RM and said, "Guess what we're going to write about." From there we wrote Wild West Weekend, followed by Wild West Hauntings and then the short story Wild West Promise.
What was your favorite scene to write?  Why?
~ I have to say I like the graveyard scenes where the paranormal/supernatural bits come into place. They’re gritty and plays on my love of horror.

Give us an interesting and fun fact about your book and/or its characters.
~ It takes place outside the Las Vegas metropolitan area. If you’ve ever been to Red Rock NCA (or if you look it up online), you’ll notice that the descriptions in the book (& the others in our series) are of that area.

How did you come up with the title to the stories in the series?
~ Well, when it comes to the Double D tales, we start off with Wild West and then the third word plays on what’s going on in the story. The Double D is because of the names of the guys. Wild West came from the stories being set in southern NV. Wild West not only from a historical aspect, but also because the characters get a bit wild and it’s near Las Vegas, a wild and crazy town in the west.

What’s the best piece of writing advice you’ve received?  The worst?
~ Best: Plant butt in chair and write. (Granted, I’m not always good at taking that advice…) Worst: I’ve had some questionable critiques early on in my career. But as for ‘advice’ advice, I can’t really think of anything. I’ve always taken into consideration what someone has said and taken what I can from it—if anything—and leave the rest if I really don’t feel it fits me.

What has been your most rewarding experience since becoming a published author?
~ There are a number of them. I can be my own boss and set my own hours. If I want to work during the day I can. If I want to work late at night into the wee hours of the morning I can. I can work in my jammies and not have to worry about a bad hair day! I've been able to travel a bit more and meet some great people. I also enjoy giving a helping hand to other writers and seeing their dreams come to fruition. It’s also been pretty cool meeting people who are excited about meeting me and who say they’ve enjoyed my stories. :)

Do you have any unique talents or hobbies?  
~ I crochet. I can shoot. I paint.

Three words that best describe you:
~ People have said that I’m funny, loyal, & some say honest, while others call it blunt…

What are your favorites of all time?

~ 2

~ potatoes
~ (so many to choose from…geez…but if I had to pick one…) ‘Time Stand Still’ by Rush

~ (again so many to choose from…& like with music, it really depends upon my mood…but as of this moment… if I had to pick one…) “Stranger than Fiction” [Interesting tidbit: The film's title derives from a quote by Mark Twain: "Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't." The Mark Twain Calendar. New York: Harper and Kleinteich. 1917.]
Place on Earth?
~ Ah, how to choose one out of all the places I’ve been… Upon reflection though, most places I’ve enjoyed being all were near or on the water so I’m going to say: The beach.

~ It’s a tie between being on the dormitory rooftop patio in Germany, looking at the stars and listening to ‘Time Stand Still’ and the cruises I’ve taken with hubby.
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