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Denise Hunter – Facebook Chat Party for Honeysuckle Dreams (Giveaways!)
Mark your calendars! Denise Hunter will be chatting live about her new release, writing, and answering all your questions. Plus she’ll be giving away a trio of her books and a $25 Amazon card to one lucky winner! Register for … Continue reading →
Blind Spot – Dani Pettrey’s Live Video Event!
Click here (or on the above graphic) to be taken to the Facebook Event post and RSVP for the Live event, where Dani will reveal the cover for book four in the series! There will also be giveaways!
Still looking for a way to win The Governess of Highland Hall?
Here are some links to places that are offering copies of The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky in current giveaways: https://www.facebook.com/SarahLaddAuthor http://www.barndoorbookloft.net/2013/10/historical-romance-writer-carrie.html http://www.barndoorbookloft.net/2013/10/the-governess-of-highland-hall-by.html http://www.bookreporter.com/features/feature-and-contest/the-governess-of-highland-hall-edwardian-brides-book-one http://theswordandspirit.blogspot.com/2013/10/governess-of-highland-hall-by-carrie.html
Review and Giveaways: The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky
The following is a reposting of my original review of The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky. It is a wonderful book…both a beautiful story and a beautiful cover! After the interview, please read on as there are many … Continue reading →
Review: Their Frontier Family (Wilderness Brides #1) by Lyn Cote
I cannot say enough good things about this book! I really enjoyed it. Sunny, a former prostitute with a child, is an outcast in her town. Noah also feels like an outsider. He is a Quaker who went off to … Continue reading →
Colleen Coble’s “Rosemary Cottage” Nautical Summer Giveaway
Water can be calming and healing, but it can also be dangerous, as Amy Lange and Curtis Ireland both found out. Both lost their siblings to the sea, and they hope to find healing on Hope Island. But will … Continue reading →