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Holding On (Colorado High Country #6) —
The Colorado High Country series returns with Conrad and Kenzie's story.

A hero barely holding on…

Harrison Conrad returned to Scarlet Springs from Nepal, the sole survivor of a freak accident on Mt. Everest. Shattered and grieving for his friends, he vows never to climb again and retreats into a bottle of whiskey—until Kenzie Morgan shows up at his door with a tiny puppy asking for his help. He’s the last person in the world she should ask to foster this little furball. He’s barely capable of managing his own life right now, let alone caring for a helpless, adorable, fluffy puppy. But Conrad has always had a thing for Kenzie with her bright smile and sweet curves. One look into her pleading blue eyes, and he can’t say no.

The woman who won’t let him fall…

Kenzie Morgan’s life went to the dogs years ago. A successful search dog trainer and kennel owner, she gets her fill of adventure volunteering for the Rocky Mountain Search & Rescue Team. The only thing missing from her busy life is love. It’s not easy finding Mr. Right in a small mountain town, especially when she’s unwilling to date climbers. She long ago swore never again to fall for a guy who might one day leave her for a rock. When Conrad returns from a climbing trip haunted by the catastrophe that killed his best friend, Kenzie can see he’s hurting and wants to help. She just might have the perfect way to bring him back to the world of the living. But friendship quickly turns into something more—and now she’s risking her heart to heal his.

In ebook and soon in print!

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Sunday, March 29, 2009

I-Team Casting Couch — continued

Let's pick up where we left off, shall we? We were perusing hot men for taking the roles of the heros in the I-Team series in our little game of I-Team Casting Couch.

Rita suggested Eduardo Verastegui for Julian. I told her that my tongue got stuck to my computer screen when I opened her email and saw his photos.

So here he is, both above an below. What do you all think?

Rita suggested Johnny Messner (below) for Marc Hunter.

He has the eagle tattoo already, doesn't he? Any thoughts?

Last night it dawned on me that Henry Cavill, the actor who plays Charles Brandon on the Tudors, might make a great Reece or a Marc Hunter. Brad Pitt was suggested for Reece as well. We all know who Brad is, so I haven't posted a photo of him.

Bo has made a ton of suggestions, not only for heroes but also for heroines. (WTG, Bo!) I'll try to get to those soon. I must eat lunch and then write a bit!


Linda A. said...

Pamela,you can't have Eduardo for Julian - I want him to play Trey in my book! He'd be perfect for a Cajun hero, don't you think? OMG he is HOT. Oh, all right, all right,I guess you could borrow him when he finished my film, lol!

Christi said...

You know, this is a bit harder than I thought. So many Hotties out there and i know what they characters look like to me in my minds eye, so i am having a hard time finding "actors" who would fit, especially the ladies. I do have one sugesstion, for Glynnis Williams. I could see a bitchy Helen Hunt as her, maybe not in looks entirely, but in attitude.

I also think Portia deRossi for Holly. And maybe Rachel McAdams for Tessa?

Kaye Manro said...

OMG! I love Eduardo! Tongue sticking to screen and heart pounding as well... Yes, he's so HOT. I must borrow him too.

Cheryle said...

Hello Gorgeous is all I can say!

Anonymous said...

WOW! I've missed a lot! So sorry been MIA.
Now on to the fun stuff; Eduardo Verastegui, I'll take him, don't care what you want to call him.
But Marc will always be Marc (don't know his real name but he's the one you posted when writing his story)

*notice I'm not big on names*

Hi, LInda — I guess we'll have to share. It looks to me like there's enough of him to go around. ;-)

Hi, Christi — that's a really good point! We all have our idea (including me) of what these guys look like. Nailing it down to an actor is tough and sometimes ruins the illusion, I'm betting. But I bet the key to replacing the imagine in the reader's mind is for an actor to really embody that character and get the lines — and the meaning behind them — exactly right. Know what I mean?

Great suggestion with Helen Hunt! I'll need to look up Portia deRossi and Rachel McAdams. I don't know who they are. (No TV.)

Hi, Kaye — You had that problem too? It's really frustrating to have to wipe gallons of spit off your computer screen, isn't it? EW! LOL!

Hi, Cheryle — I think that's being pretty coherent, given how luscious these guys are. How are you doing these days?

Hi, Debbie D — Good to see you again! Yes, Marc for me will always be that photo, too! I'm guessing that's why he's winning the vote. So many people saw him on my blog while I was writing the book. And he is darned sexy!

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