Guest Fox Linda Oaks

Hey everyone. I’m honored to be a featured guest author on Four Foxes, One Hound. My name is Linda Oaks. I’m a relatively new author. I have five books published as to date. I live in Kentucky with my husband and two children on a farm. I love chaotic romances with happily ever afters. I have a passion for sweet tea, fuzzy socks and eighties big hair bands. When I’m not busy writing or staring blankly at my computer screen waiting for inspiration to hit, I can be found spending time with my family, reading, fishing or lying in my hammock in the front yard daydreaming. I’m also a substitute teacher.
I recently had a new release to come out April 5th. Holding Sky can be found at Painted Hearts Publishing or your favorite online e-book retailer. It’s a second chance romance set in a small town. There’s a lot of angst, sizzling chemistry and also a lot of laughs. Here’s a little peek at Holding Sky.
Excerpt:

He rubs my hand over his heart, and a tear trickles down my cheek. He leans in capturing it with his lips and softly murmurs, “No one but you, Sky.

long to ask if him if he still loves me, but I’m afraid to push him; afraid of pushing him until there’s nothing left in his heart for the girl he used to love, and only the one, who betrayed him.

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What do you think? I’m so in love with this cover, and with County and Sky. Their story is an emotional journey, and one I hope you’ll enjoy. I’ll share another teaser, the blurb and the links for the book below just in case you’re interested in reading more about County and Sky.

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Eight seconds is nothing compared to her.
He was a lost boy in need of rescuing.
She was the girl with the perfect life.
At the age of eighteen, Sky Blue Jessup and County Montgomery were inseparable. Life was perfect, but the future Sky envisioned for her and County fell to the wayside after graduation, their lives each taking a different path.
If there’s one thing Professional Bull Rider, County Montgomery knows, it’s how to hold on with all his might. Returning home to recover from an injury, he encounters the girl he left behind. Sky’s days are spent at her parent’s diner. She never made it out of their small hometown in Laurel County. She has responsibilities now, and her and County are no longer kids. She plans to leave the local celebrity in the past where he belongs, but it’s hard to deny what your heart yearns for still to this day.
When unconventional circumstances force these two together, sparks fly. While County may know how to ride a bull, he doesn’t have a clue how to deal with Sky. Can they rekindle their relationship despite their rocky past? Is history really worth repeating? Did County Montgomery ever find anything else that came close to Holding Sky?
➡️Book Strand:http://www.bookstrand.com/holding-sky
I’d like to thank Four Foxes, One Hound for the feature. Y’all are awesome. If you’d like to give me a follow to see what I’m currently up to, I can be found hanging out here:
If you have any questions about Holding Sky or anything in general, I’d be more than happy to answer them…well, almost anything. 🙂 You can also reach me by email at authorlindaoaks@gmail.com. Once again, thanks Four Foxes, One Hound and thank you, yes you, for reading.

About Angela Schroeder

Angela Schroeder is a single mother of three. She was born and raised in Iowa in a river town known for its pearl buttons. Having four siblings, she never lacked for someone to play with. As she grew older, she found herself pulled into books and writing more and more. Her parents are her heroes, her siblings her confidants and tormentors, and her children are a wonderful blessing. Church is important to her children and her. They enjoy the friendships they’ve made with the people there. Writing has always been a passion. Her first experience was in fifth grade when she went to a one-day writing conference. After that she knew it was something she wanted to pursue.
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11 Responses to Guest Fox Linda Oaks

  1. Thank you Linda for being a guest today! A hammock in the front yard sounds like a wonderful place to dream up stories.
    I have Holding Sky and am looking forward to reading it. Unfortunately, I have been so busy I haven’t had much a chance to read.

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    • lincoaks says:

      Angela, thank you for the feature! A hammock is a great place to think. I understand about not having the chance to read or dream up stories in a hammock, life can be so hectic at times. Thank you so much for purchasing Holding Sky. I really do hope you enjoy the story. Again, thank you for the feature. I am so honored to appear on Four Foxes, One Hound.

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  2. Welcome, Linda! How nice to have you here! Well, there are two of us on the blog who live in KY, Jeff-The-Hound, (in Somerset), and me, (in Bardstown). Where are you? I imagine with Derby Fever, you get jokes around that time about the name “Oaks”, huh?
    I think you have accomplished a lot in your writing, (and life), and I wish you success in all of it.

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    • lincoaks says:

      Tonette, thank you for such a warm welcome. It’s a small world. I’m thrilled to meet someone else from Kentucky. I’m about an hour and forty-five minutes from Lexington and two and a half hours away from Somerset. No derby jokes, but I do love the Derby. lol. :)Thank you for your kind words. I really appreciate it. Best wishes to you too.

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  4. jeff7salter says:

    Welcome to 4F1H… and howdy from Possum Trot KY. Not the one over by Bowling Green — but the original Possum Trot, right here in Pulaski County, just outside Somerset.
    I like sweet tea, and I comprehend fuzzy socks, but what the heck is an 80s big hair band?

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  5. Joselyn says:

    I love the cover. It’s simple and compelling!

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  6. Patricia Kiyono says:

    Welcome, Linda! I love your covers and I love Western romance. Love the excerpt – thanks for sharing!

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