SHE’S FAR FROM HOLLYWOOD is out and the reviews are coming in (see below)!hollywood-front

Have you read She’s Far From Hollywood yet? If you like contemporary romances with lots of emotion, feisty heroines, grumpy troubled heroes, and plenty of snarky dialogue, this might just be the book for you!

Would you like to win a free signed copy? Well, you have two options.

1) If you’re on Goodreads.com (and who isn’t these days?), you can sign up for a month long give-away there for one of FIVE free copies! Click here to sign up at Goodreads! And while you’re there, be sure to follow my author page, too!

2) If you like Facebook parties (and who doesn’t?), check out Romance Writers Gone Wild from June 5th – June 9th. Specifically on Tuesday, June 6th, look for my posts all day and a chance to win one of THREE signed copies! Here’s how this Facebook party works – 100 (that’s right: 100!) romance authors are throwing a huge party with amazing prizes. Contemporary romance authors will be there on Monday and Tuesday (June 5 & 6). Wednesday, June 7th, is for romantic suspense authors. Thursday the 8th is for paranormal romance, and Friday, June 9th will feature historical romance. Each author is having their own giveaways, and the party itself is giving away gift cards and a grand prize of a Kindle Paperwhite. This is a great way to find new authors – I know I did at our last event.

Check out some of the lovely comments from readers (thank you!) and (if you don’t want to wait on maybe winning one), don’t forget to buy your own copy of “She’s Far From Hollywood” and pre-order “Nora’s Guy Next Door.”

“The connection between Cole and Bree was tangible. I laughed with them at their banter and play, I swooned from the intense passion their shared, I was in tears from the torment and hurt they had to go through, and I cheered for them to find their ‘home’, their place in the world, their peace of mind, and ability to move on with life.”

“Can I just say that I love love love your book!!!”

“The way the author deals with the hero’s PTSD is written in one of the most original and meaningful ways that I’ve read yet.”

“But the author has managed to intertwine joy and humor in a subtle way even to the direst scenes where your heart is aching to the characters, you have tears in your eyes, yet you are smiling because, in midst of it all, there’s pride, bliss, and wonder of life.”

“It was an awesome read, I was on the edge of my seat.”

“I love the delicate balance of respect and honesty Ms. McNally gave to the veterans and PTSD. She made Cole real, showing how a man could be strong and fragile at the same time.”

“A beautifully written love story about two completely opposite people who find healing and love with each other.”

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