Sunday, March 27, 2016

Weekend Wildcard - Liz Talley

Pink Heart Society columnist Liz Talley is talking about last minute escapes and visiting the bayou...

Welcome to the Weekend!

So glad to be here this weekend celebrating that time where we all get to sigh and sink into the recliner and put our feet up….or not. 

Being the parent of two teen boys who play baseball tournaments all weekend means I don’t get much of the feet up and boob tube on (and I really miss all my dvr’d tv shows). But what it does give me is the opportunity to travel to new places or old favorites haunts. 

This weekend we drove down to Baton Rouge to pick up our eldest in order for him to attend his opening baseball jamboree. He was down there presenting his bill with his Youth and Government team, so his father and I loaded up Friday for an emergency retrieval of the kiddo. 

We were a little aggravated, but it was nice to travel together, stopping to dine at Prejean’s in Lafayette for some blackened Cajun shrimp and gumbo. Gotta love Louisiana cooking, right? 

And we marveled at the beauty of the Atchafalaya Basin and the traffic in Baton Rouge. But it was nice to get away for just an overnighter and have dinner together, listen to the Beatles and enjoy a different landscape.

So what about you? Do you like last minute escapes? Or would you rather plan every detail?  Let us know in the comments! 

Liz's latest book, Cowboy Crushis out now:

Cowboy for hire 

Pro bull rider Cal Lincoln is back home in Coyote Creek, Texas, recovering from an injury and bored out of his mind. Then she walks in—a stunning brunette with sinfully kissable lips. She was definitely not a local. Suddenly things are lookin' up… 

Maggie Stanton can't let herself—or her starved libido—get distracted by a broad-shouldered cowboy with a sexy-as-all-hell smile. She needs to fix up the dilapidated ranch she's inherited and sell it fast. If that means hiring Cal to help, she will—temptation be damned. But she and Cal can't deny their attraction and agree to work hard on the ranch during the day and then play hard at night. Even knowing that every wild rodeo ride usually ends with someone getting hurt.

For more details about Liz Talley, visit her website, and find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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