Help Name My Heroine for a Chance to Win a Book

I’m currently writing the second book in my upcoming Hot Country series. The first book, Chase and Seduction, stars country-western superstar Chase Tanner and screenplay writer Reno Linden. That book is now with my editors, and will hopefully be ready to publish this month.

The second book, Heart of Steele, is still rolling around in my head, but will become typed words next week. It stars another country-western singer, Steele McLairn, and actress Tracy Williams.

Here’s where I need your help. The third book, Rough Ryder, has another country singer, Ryder Landry. But my heroine hasn’t yet told me her name. She’s very secretive. She’s a songwriter, and she’s madder than hell that Ryder has stolen one of her songs and is claiming it as his own.

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She’s from Detroit, Michigan, strawberry blonde hair on a petite, curvy body. She spends time in Nashville learning and writing songs with the best country music lyricists and musicians in the world. And she’s not going to let Ryder get away with rustling her song!

Leave your suggestions for her name – first name and last name too, if one comes to you. Anyone who leaves a comment will be entered in a drawing for one of my e-books. Contest ends Tuesday, May 21, at midnight PST. What would you name this spunky lady?

Thanks! I appreciate the help!
Randi
“Rode Hard and Put Up Satisfied”
RandiAlexander.com
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38 thoughts on “Help Name My Heroine for a Chance to Win a Book

  1. Cherie Clark

    Chelsea Guthrie i hope she speaks to you soon.

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  2. Caroline (nickname Cara) Hayes ….Caroline means beautiful song! :-). Good luck! I hope one of the suggestions “speaks” to you!

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  3. Amy Hale

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  4. Feel free to nick my first name Leisha I’ve never read it as a name of a character in any of the tens of thousands of books I have read

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  5. gigi staub

    Sounds like a Jodi to me 😉 I like Sadie and Piper too.

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  6. I have some first names for you, but no last names, sorry. How about:
    Stormy Newman
    Prairie
    Rainn Johnson
    Mix or match. But I hope this helps you out.
    Have a great week!

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  7. I love it! My first writing inspiration is named Ryder! His woman was going to be Liberty but alas, she said that is not her name…it’s mine. lol Yours sounds like she could be Paisley O’Neill…ran across her one time I think…real spitfire. 😉

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  8. Tina Leuthardt

    Leelah James

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  9. lisa Carter

    Her daddy, though from Detroit, was a huge country fan, so when she was born, Her momma named her “Patricia Marie MacFarland” but her daddy called her Patsy. Her six older brothers just call her Squirt…

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  10. Raine/Rayne… I like Sheri also 😉

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  11. siobhanmuir

    Tricia Harris – not one to speak out, but won’t stand for thievery. 😉 Good luck, Randi. 🙂

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  12. Armenia

    Chloe Maclaine. Like actress Shirley Maclaine….that funny redheaded spitfire. Hope Chloe speaks to you.

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  13. Raevyn Riley, a redhead with passion, attitude, & not afraid to fight for what’s right. 😉

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  14. Kayla Chance or Shawna Rivers. No matter what you name her it looks like a FUN book!

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  15. Trix

    Maddie Lowell

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  16. First name to pop in my head with that description was Tamara MacPhee. Hope you find her name soon as the book sounds like it will be good.

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  17. heather sparks

    Would Sasha be a good name it would be something different.

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  18. i would pick my own name laurie…there isint enuff heroine’s called laurie out there

    parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

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  19. Love the sound of this heroine! So many great names to choose from too! Some other possibilities are:

    Cara Carlson
    Alyssa Mann
    Katy Lynn

    I know you’ll find one that fits perfectly!
    Mel
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

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  20. taurus

    Raine Sinclair

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  21. Ashley

    Memphis Blu

    Hope she tells you her name soon.

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  22. Kathryn O’Shea (Katie)
    Hope you get a name soon….The trilogy sounds wonderful they have made my TBR list.

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  23. Jacki C

    Macy Lane

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  24. How about Payten? Can’t wait to read the book!!

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  25. Victoria Randall
    Hope Myers
    Tori Sanders
    Tiffany Storm
    Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to read your books. They sound awesome.

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  26. cassie polla

    Cherry Paige

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  27. Mary Preston

    Danielle Hughes
    Ricky Nixon
    Josephine Miller

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  28. Kathy Burnett

    I missed the contest but I wanted to suggest anyway. 🙂 I think you should name her Hannah. A very girly name up against Ryder…but she will not be so easy to push around. You can then use the old phrase of “so help me Hannah” in so many wonderful ways. Look forward to more in this series. Hannah Elliott

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  29. lisagk

    SueEllen Strong. Thanks for the giveaway. lisagk(at)yahoo

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  30. Becky

    Rowen MacKenzie

    Rowen means little redhead
    MacKenzie because I figured a redhead needed a Scottish surname 🙂

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  31. Lilybean

    Oooh! Anne, with an E!

    Anne Murphy

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  32. Felice Marie Chord. Felice means “happy” I love the sound of it!

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    • Becky

      Sorrel (red-brown) Matthews
      Ciara (dark hair, brown-eyes) Burke
      Annalise Cavannaugh
      Codi Raines

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  33. Hadley Thomas
    Peyton Dane
    Katelle Moore

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  34. Randi Alexander

    Thank you all for your wonderful suggestions! It’s going to be hard to decide, but I have a feeling she’ll help me choose one. Using Randomizer .org, Siobhan’s comment was selected the winner of an e-book. I’ve sent you an e-mail, Siobhan, but if it doesn’t reach you, please contact me at Randi @ RandiAlexander .com.

    Thanks again, you are all fabulously creative!

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  35. Yahaira H

    Leylany Urban, how about that one? LOL!

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  36. Joyce Walsh

    I love the name Alayna. There are a variety of nicknames that go along with it too. I say Alayna Bennett or Carrie Anne Thompson “Cat”. Hope this helps !!

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