Monday, March 1, 2021

Brace for Love coming THIS WEEK!!! A Giveaway


Braced for Love
Book #1 Brothers in Arms Series
A new book
A new series
A new adventure
by Mary Connealy

Braced for Love releases Tuesday, March 2
After his father's death, Kevin Hunt inherits a ranch in Wyoming--the only catch is it also belongs to a half brother he never knew existed. But danger follows Kevin, and he suspects his half brother is behind it. The only one willing to stand between them is Winona Hawkins--putting her in the cross hairs of a perilous plot and a risk at love.



That's it. That's the whole blog today, alllllll about the new release. 
Leave a comment to get your name in the drawing for a signed copy of Braced for Love.

Comment topic...have you been vaccinated yet?
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68 comments:

  1. Can't wait to read the new series! Please put me in the drawing.

    No I haven't been vaccinated...deathly afraid of needles!

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  2. I have not yet been vaccinated. I don't have a regular doctor and haven't heard where else to get one.

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    1. Casey, I found a website that covers my county. A public health department I've never heard of before. They list dates of coming vaccines. Everyday they have new ones. I'm not eligible yet, but soon. I expect all the impatient waiting will end up with a glut of vaccines before long.

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  3. Please put me in drawing. I would love to read this.
    We are scheduled to be vaccinated April 1. Don't even. By then we should have herd immunity or be dead. And who knows when we'll get the second shot.
    Kaybee
    Working it all out in New Hampshire

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    1. hi kaybee! You've got an appointment!? Well, good for you.

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    2. Your second shot should be scheduled when you get the first as it needs to be so many weeks after the first.

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  4. The new series looks great! I'd love to read it. No, we haven't gotten a vaccine. We're not in any of the high risk categories, so I'd rather wait until everyone who really needs it gets it.

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    1. Glynis, the new series is great (I certainly hope!).
      And big picture, it's GOOD to not be high risk.

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  5. Yay!!! A new series! I am so excited. And what yummy covers. :)
    Alas, I am only 55 and so I have not been vaccinated yet. I am trying so hard to be patient. I really need a haircut.

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    1. They are great covers, Sherrinda. Lucky?? for me I'm OLD.

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  6. Looking forward to your new book! I have been vaccinated because I am a health care provider.

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    1. I Linda. Thank you for doing heroic work this last year(and always).

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  7. yes I and my husband, both had been vaccinated, no problems at all. Love all of your books, read everyone of them except for "Her Secret song' Hoping to read that soon

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    1. Hi Sandra. Thank you for reading my books. God bless you.

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  8. Love your books Mary. No I have not gotten my vaccination yet.

    wfnren at aol dot com

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  9. I love Mary's books and this one is really good.

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  10. I can't wait for your new book to come out! It looks so good!

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    1. Angeline, I had a lot of fun with this one. I hope you enjoy it!

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  11. No we don’t want the vaccine. Congratulations on your new book. Thank you for the wonderful chance.

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    1. Really, Lucy? I know people who are adamant they won't have it.

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  12. Oh, I'm looking SO forward to this new series! Can't wait to read Braced for Love!

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  13. You make me laugh, Mary! I love this post! Short, sweet and giving me yet another book series to add to my growing to be read pile.

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    1. It wasn't realy fancy, was it, Lee-Ann?? :)

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    2. It was classic. :) Looking forward to reading the series (especially after your background post on the story spark).

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  14. I am looking forward to this series. I am not eligible for the vaccine yet, hopefully in a few months.

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    1. It's not a bad tradeoff to be young and healthy. Being old and chubby is as a rule, NOT a big thrill!!!

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  15. Can't wait to read this new one! I am too "young" to get the shot yet. :P

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    1. Yay for youth, Gena. Everyone's turn is coming.

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  16. Congrats, Mary, on your new series! The first book looks wonderful!

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  17. Congratulations on your new book/series! I have had both vaccines!

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    1. Edwina, are you now running wild? I vow to you that I am going to once I have my shots!!! YES I AM, DON'T TRY AND STOP ME!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Mary, please put me in the drawing. Looks like a great series. I have not had the vaccine but hopefully soon as teachers are getting it now in my area. I actually could have had it last Saturday, but I had a shingles vaccine less than 2 weeks ago so have to wait. I should get in whenever they have the next teacher's clinic--hopefully soon!

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    1. Oops. I saw that rule. No Covid shot if you've been recently vaccinated for something else. Well, you chance is coming AND your name is in the drawing!! :)

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  19. Kimberly BurkhardtMarch 1, 2021 at 3:52 PM

    I am really looking forward to this new series. I haven't been vaccinated yet. But plan to when it comes available for my group.

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    1. It seems like it's been a long time coming, Kimberly but the day will soon be HERE!!!

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  20. I love the cover. It sounds like a great series. I'm looking forward to reading all of them. I live out in the boonies. I'm not sure when we will be able to get vaccinated.

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    1. No where more BOONIE than where I am, Jamie. And they are coming! Hang in there!!!

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  21. Congrats on the release, Mary.

    I've had both my vaccine doses. NY opened it to teachers in the second round, and I was lucky to get an appointment right away. I stood on line for 3 hours for the first one, but they'd gotten really efficient by the time I went for the second dose. Shot was in my arm within 15 minutes of arriving at the site (in the middle of a snowstorm!).

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    1. I suspect it will keep getting better until we're glutted with vaccine.

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  22. Congratulations. This sounds wonderful. On my To Get List now.
    No I have not been vaccinated yet. I have to wait as I am only 62 and only mild health problems. My husband just turned 65 in February and he is on a list from our doctors. My mother in law has had both shots. I suppose I just stay healthy. Smile.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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    1. Hi Lori. I haven't tried my doctor. She's in Iowa, I'm Nebraska. Do you think that would make a difference? Is there an in-state way to pay for it???

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    2. Mary, I think we Nebraskans have to stick with our health district. But I don't know how out-of-state doctors would handle that. It is a good question to ask!

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    3. I'm paying close attention Sandy!!!

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  23. This series is definitely on my TBR list, Mary!
    I haven't been vaccinated yet, but my husband got his first shot last week. He's a teacher so eligible ahead of me.

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    1. Its all coming, Amy! COMING COMING COMING!!!

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    2. That is the vaccine is coming. The book is coming, too. :D

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  24. Am actually waiting still for my vaccine. . . Thanks for the opportunity to enter this wonderful giveaway! Would love to win a print copy! God bless! Lual Krautter Email: krautter62520AToutlookDOTcom

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    1. Hi Lual, what a pretty and unusual name. I might take it for a book character!!

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  25. I'm still waiting for my vacine. This book will definitely on my tbrlist!

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  26. Congratulations on your new release! I haven't been vaccinated and am not planning to be.

    eclitton at gmail dot com

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    1. It's getting to be harder to know what to do as the vaccine is reaching now people who are not fragile and not high risk.

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    1. Thanks, Kiddo! The Indebted Earl is coming soon!!!

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  28. Hi Mary:

    I got one of the vaccine shots and need to get the second in a few days. Hope it really works.

    One question: Is the brother on the cover of "Braced for Love" left handed? Don't see too many left handed heroes.

    Vince

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    1. No he's not. but I can't remember being specific in the book so if you want to PRETEND he's left handed, go for it!

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    2. Hi Mary: I ask about hero being left handed because his gun is on the left hand side and it is in the holster the right way so he is not a cross-drawing shooter. I'm not sure many fans would like a hero who was left handed and called Lefty. I would stand out however.

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  29. Yes, I have received both vaccines.

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  30. I would love to win a copy of your book! Thank you for a chance.

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  31. No, I haven't signed up for the vaccine.

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  32. I'm looking forward to reading the new series. I know it will be great. My husband and I are scheduled for our first vaccine next Tuesday.

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