Hello everyone and welcome to A Hero's Blog Hop. I'm number 28 on this hop, but there are over 100 blogs participating to increase your chance of winning some great prizes!!
Those of you familiar with my books, you know I love to write about heroes from our military. In addition to writing 4 books about Navy SEALs (my Sweet Awakenings Series) I also have written Love Knows No Boundaries which tells the tale of a young law enforcement officer finding love in the most unlikely of places. In June, When Promise Meets Passion was released. It centers on a former Marine, turned Chief of Police who has a young and pretty deputy keeping him awake at night. Even my current works in progress have heroes in them. No matter how hard I try, I can't seem to stay away from the strong protective types who will guard those that they love in the wake of all obstacles.
Along this hop you will read about some wonderful heroes. What makes a hero though? Does it always have to be someone who is willing to risk life and limb for others? Or is it someone who shelters and cares for the ones they love in other ways. Some may call a sports figure a hero.. Others may say it was a teacher who was generous with time when they didn't have to be.. While others may look to superheroes or movie stars. According to Dictionary.com, the definition of a hero states, "a person who, in the opinion of others, has heroic qualities or has performed a heroic act and is regarded as a model or ideal"
To win a copy of my newest release, When Promise Meets Passion leave me a comment below (with your email address) telling me who your hero is. If you don't have one, who do you see as one? There is no wrong answer as I'm sure we can all agree, heroes come in many forms.
for organizing such a wonderful hop!!