Tag, You're It!

Tag You re It The frigid Rocky Mountain air is nothing compared to the chill between a gorgeous scientist and a hardened FBI agent But out in the middle of nowhere all it takes is body heat to melt the snow

  • Title: Tag, You're It!
  • Author: Penny McCall
  • ISBN: 9780425216453
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • The frigid Rocky Mountain air is nothing compared to the chill between a gorgeous scientist and a hardened FBI agent But out in the middle of nowhere, all it takes is body heat to melt the snow.

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    About "Penny McCall"

    1. Penny McCall

      Okay, so I have to write a new bio because, well, life happens whether you want it to or not And while I was at it, I decided to answer that question everyone asks me How did you start writing The only answer I have is To keep the voices in my head from driving me crazy Now, you probably think those voices mean I am crazy, except for a couple things When I write down what they re saying, they leave me alone And they never tell me to kill or maim anyone Both of those are definite pluses in my book So, where do the voices come from That s a toughie, so I ll start at the beginning I m the seventh of nine children, and we are not chips off the old block We all possess distinct, unique personalities In the summer my mom would send us outdoors until lunch time for her own sanity, I m sure and we d amuse ourselves in the woods behind our house, catching tadpoles, sneaking into the orchard next door, tormenting each other We used to take picnic lunches and I remember this one time we put ants in my brother s mustard sandwich Not those puny little sugar ants, either, big, fat black ones Another time we buried his watch in the sand pile behind our house He s still holding a grudge Hey, we were kids before cable and video games, we had to find some way to amuse ourselves.So, the voices Well, I turned out to be that kid who was painfully shy I was only happy with my nose in a book okay, and tormenting my brother, but it was my sister s idea, and really, he deserved it , and when I wasn t reading I made up stories in my head If I d had the courage and discipline to write them down I d be the most prolific author ever So, why didn t I Life, that s why Marriage, crafts, kids, crafts, gainful employment, crafts, divorce And did I mention crafts I ve done it all, ceramics, knitting, macram , origami, crocheting I even sold a couple of original patterns Yeah, I know, the voices weren t impressed either The crafts didn t shut them up for long, so one day I exorcised them onto paper, and after writing at least a half dozen historicals, the you sound too contemporary comments in all those rejection letters finally sank in and I tried my hand at writing contemporary romance My first story, Happily Ever After, sold in exactly four days, followed by four to the now discontinued Precious Gems series at Kensington Publishing I wrote another four for Harlequin s American series, all nine under the name, Penny McCusker And then the voices got sassy and took me into the world of life or death, car chases, gunfire, and sarcasm, and I m happily chugging along in that vein as Penny McCall.I realize after all this rambling that I haven t exactly answered the question of where the voices come from, but hey, you ll just have to accept that they exist I have.

    116 thoughts on “Tag, You're It!”

    1. I quite enjoyed this one, but then I'm a big fan of this particular sub-genre (loner living in the wilderness meets match in mysterious stranger; danger, hidden agendas, and lust ensue). In fact, this contemporary with it's western feel may be one of my favorite entries in that category, even though I wasn't entirely happy with the ease of the ultimate resolution (not enough explanation, or groveling). I'll be reading more of this author, probably starting with All Jacked Up, which appears to be [...]


    2. DNF, life is too short for weapons that are rifles on one page and shotguns on the next. Add to that a cast of "quirky small town locals" and I'm out. And! can't forget behavior from characters that edges from the flat out illogical to delusional it's so nonsensical gak. I understand not everyone knows the basics, but that's what BASIC FREAKIN' RESEARCH is for. You want weapons that morph magically from one form to another? Write fantasy. Writing a contemporary brings certain responsibilities.


    3. The second book in Penny McCall's series, FBI. Alex Scott is in the mountains doing research on mountain lions when she rescues Tag Donovan. I love the blend of romance and suspense and lack of TSTL heroines. I would recommend this series.


    4. TAG, YOU'RE IT - FBI 2 - (TAG AND ALEXANDRA)The frigid Rocky Mountain air is nothing compared to the chill between a gorgeous scientist and a hardened FBI agent. But out in the middle of nowhere, all it takes is body heat to melt the snow.


    5. Funny, entertaining and a must-read. McCall writes such a good story; Alex Scott is very feisty and stubborn. Tag Donovan is sexy and very alpha male. 3/5 stars.



    6. Tried and tried to finish this book but I could not. I was not really into the hero or herione. So I am going to stop on page 53 and call it a wrap.


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