Whether you're an author or not, you've heard it before: All authors drink.
But what do they drink?
It's that time of the week again! You know it baby!Who's up for a delectable concoction brought by Stephanie Berget? I'm raising my hand and I know you are too! So read on to discover this yummy Hot Pink drink and a yummy cowboy to boot!
Stephanie Berget and Hot Pink Barbie
A few years ago one of our authors needed a fancy drink for her heroine to order, but she couldn't figure out what to use. Since then, every year at retreat, one of us brings a drink for the others to taste. We call it research. This was last year's delectable concoction. But drink with care. They are like drinking soda.
- 1 oz Malibu Coconut Rum
- 1 oz vodka
- 1 oz Cranberry juice
- 1 oz Orange juice
- 1 oz Pineapple Juice
Mix together and pour over ice. Add lime slice if you want.
Stephanie Berget was born loving horses and found her way to rodeo when she married her Bronc Rider. She and her husband traveled throughout the Northwest while she ran barrels and her cowboy rode bucking horses. She started writing to put a realistic view of rodeo and ranching into western romance. Stephanie and her husband live on a farm located along the Oregon/Idaho border, where they raise hay, horses and cattle, with the help of Dizzy Dottie, the Border Collie, and two Munchkin cats, Magic and Martin.
Sean O’Connell’s life is perfect, or it was until his partying lifestyle affected his bull riding. Now he’s ended the season too broke to leave the Northwest for the warm southern rodeos. When a wild night with his buddies gets out of hand, he wakes up naked, staring into the angry eyes of a strange woman. His infallible O’Connell charm gets him nowhere with the dark-haired beauty. It’s obvious she’s not his usual good-time girl, so why can’t he forget her?
Bar-manager Catherine Silvera finds a waterlogged, unconscious cowboy freezing to death in front of the Sugarwater Bar. She saves his life--then runs faster than a jackrabbit with a coyote on its tail. Any man who makes his living rodeoing is bad news, especially if he thinks partying is part of the competition. He’s everything she doesn’t want in a man, so why can’t she shake her attraction to the rugged cowboy?