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Two Hearts One Stone by Leslie Scott is on virtual book tour. The contemporary western romance stops at the blog with a guest post. Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway for a Cowboy Novel Nuzzler (book sleeve), Leslie Scott Key Fob, or $10 dollar Amazon GC (1 winner each) and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).




We are often asked in this industry who is our hero, who inspires us? For me, that answer comes easily: my mother. Not because she too is a writer (she’s not) or because we are so much alike and understand each other (we aren’t and we often don’t).

It’s because at a very young age she taught me that my worth, regardless of what anyone told me, was great. I was important. Not because I was pretty or because I was smart. Because I was me.

I like to think that in my novels not only do I write heroines who are strong and independent (like my single, hardworking mom), but sassy and smart, or sweet and slightly codependent because my mother taught me to be myself. Whoever you are, however you love, your love is no less valid than anyone else’s.

I want to write and read stories that express the love, kindness, and tenacity she raised me with. Heroines who are true to themselves, whoever they may be. A diverse cast of amazing women that hopefully every woman who reads them can find a piece of herself in.
So, thanks Mom, for teaching me to be me (who just so happens to love to write romance novels).



Two Hearts, Once Stone
by Leslie Scott
Genre: Contemporary Western Romance


Boots and Babies


Horse trainer Stone Dempsey’s life is all about the ride—with horses and women. He uses his equine talents to impress the country club set and earn money for Smoky Mountain Reining Horses. When his drug-addicted sister deposits her sick baby on his doorstep, he’s suddenly saddled with real responsibility. 



Dr. Emmersyn Cole’s goal of starting a practice in her favorite place on earth is finally coming to fruition and she is not going to be sidetracked. Everything is going great until Stone swaggers into her life, half-dressed with a smile that could melt her insides. She's determined to keep her distance…until he rushes into her grandfather’s home, clutching a feverish baby, terrified and vulnerable, and her heart’s hard shell begins to crack.

In only a few short weeks, Stone’s wayward heart suddenly relies on two women—one who needs him—and one that he might not be able to live without.





Leslie Scott is an avid romance reader and writer, a PAN member of RWA, and a homeschool mom to one gifted eleven year old. Her debut novel was released in December of 2017. She spends her days (and most nights) crafting sexy, drool worth heroes and sassy, opinionated heroines.




Follow the tour HERE for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!









His upper lip curled into a snarl, but it did little to dampen her flourishing attraction. She took a step forward and sucked her bottom lip between her teeth. Ready to do just about anything to wipe the forlorn look from his face.

That’s how he does it.

Without even trying, he’d reined her in like his horses. She stood closer, at ease, and far too eager to please him. When she lifted her gaze to his, the slow burn of tension-laced desire beckoned her.

“Oh no you don’t.” Emmy took two dramatic steps backward.

His laugh in response wrought a heat in her cheeks. Annoyed with her behavior, she fisted her hands on her hips and spun away. She was an intelligent, highly educated, independent woman. Absolutely not the sort to get sucked into the Stone Dempsey tractor beam of sex and debauchery.

She only managed half the length of the barn when, abruptly, he stopped laughing.
“Emmersyn.”

Had the sound of her name ever held such a heated promise?



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