March Of The Cowboys

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What’s the one thing people love more than watching stars rise? Watching them crash and burn. More

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About Jenny Klaire

Jenny Klaire is a classy, prim and proper married mother on the outside, and on the inside (and in her younger years) she's kicked back in tight jeans and a cinched corset, playing poker in one hand with a whiskey in the other. A mouth only a sailor would love, a two-step that just won't quit, and a raunchy imagination to top it all off.

Jenny sucks at writing a$$hole bad boys. She knows it. She embraces it. Instead she writes about sexy as sin, loyal, hot cowboys. Old school cowboys who tip their hat and call you ma'am. Cowboys who kiss hard, love deep and get down and dirty often. Cowboys who don't have angsty secrets, but who will lay down their life for their woman, if needed.

Jenny loves cowboys, and often her stories include two of them for each lucky, spunky female character. Her stories are smoking' hot, explicit, funny, lighthearted, mostly M/F/M menage romances with an occasional M/F romance planned as well, about the cowboys she grew up around and still loves dearly and deeply, and she'd love to share her sexy stories with you.

Jenny also writes paranormal shifter romances as USA Today Bestselling Author J. M. Klaire and fast, hot, erotic short stories as Jamie Klaire, so check out those author pages as well.

All three personalities can be found on one website- JKlaireRomance.com. There you can sign up for the mailing lists and ARC lists for each of her author personalities.

About the Series: Ménage A Cowboy
Ménage A Cowboy is the first hot MFM stand-alone romance in the same shared world as Claimed By The Cowboys, Cowboys In January, Val-Entwined Cowboys and March Of The Cowboys. As is usual for this series, it’s all about one lucky woman finding her HEA between two sexy-as-sin cowboys, with no M/M, NO CLIFFHANGER and NO CHEATING.

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