D. McEntire lives with her husband and two children in Southern Indiana. However, both she and her husband are originally from Louisville, Kentucky. Being hooked on romance novels for several years, she decided to try her hand at writing her own. Even as a child, she had a vivid imagination...or so her mother says. By day, she is the secretary for the nursing department at a local health care clinic. By night, she works on her books after her childrens� homework assignments are finished. Weekends are for fun, which can be found anywhere on their little farm in the country. A menagerie of animals keeps them all busy and entertained. D. McEntire's first and foremost love for romance stories is paranormal romance, particularly vampire love stories, but she also writes stories set in medieval times, along with modern-day adventures. Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.dmcentire.com
Blood And Dustby D Mcentire
When Brody McAllister set out on a task he has done since his youth-driving longhorns along the trail from Texas to Kansas-the last thing he expected to find along the way is a beautiful woman dressed in men's clothing. The tale of her brother depositing her in the untamed land, alone and hungry, has him fired up and ready to do whatever he has to do to see to her safety.
Finding herself abandoned in the middle of nowhere was bad enough for Brianna Wallace. She was used to city life, but that's not the worst of her worries. She is a vampire. When a handsome cattle driver literally scoops her up and takes her along on his journey, Bri fights to keep her heart and her secret to herself, but loses both battles. The sudden reappearance of her brother to force her aid in his return to New York threatens to solve her Brody dilemma by taking her away and most likely, ending her life. Either way, she may never see Brody again.
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I have read countless vampire books and I really like that this book is set out west. It gives the book a totally different feel. The men are more respectful and mannerly and the women more refined. Blood and Dust is definitely worth reading.
I read one paragraph and was disgusted. The adjectives make it so foggy and distracting not to mention the main character is just pathetic. ""Dang it all," she cursed, then jerked her head up surprised at her vulgar language."" Come on. No one wants to read about a main character who can't even say "dang it" without being ashamed. Not to mention the main character is suppose to be a vampire! Did I mention all the distracting, un-needed adjectives and ridiculous sentence structure? Don't bother.