This week Susan Page Davis and K.M. Daughters

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Congratulations to Kellie for winning Janet Dean’s Courting the Doctor’s Daughter and Abi for winning Audrey Hebbert’s Green Light Red Light.

This week I’m hosting Susan Page Davis with Always Ready and K.M. Daughters with Rose of the Adriatic. If you want to enter the drawing for the book, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (Aug 2nd) evening.

Bio for Susan Page Davis:

Susan Page Davis is the author of 13 historical novels, seven romantic suspense novels, two children’s books, and three mysteries. She and her husband, Jim, live in beautiful Maine, where he is a news editor. Both are active in a small independent Baptist church. Their six children range in age from 14 to 31, and when possible they enjoy spending time with their five grandchildren. Susan has home schooled all six children, and the youngest two are still learning at home. She enjoys reading, needlework, genealogy, and meeting her readers. Co-authoring the “Blue Heron Lake” mysteries with her daughter is one of the many blessings brought into her life through writing fiction. You can visit her Web site at:

Blurb about Always Ready:

Semper paratus. Always ready.

Caddie Lyle strives to live up to the motto of the Coast Guard—and her father’s legacy—as she carries out rescue missions. But when she discovers other career opportunities—and meets Guardsman Aven Holland—her heart begins to pull her in different directions. Aven is drawn to Caddie, too, but their duties allow little time together, and he wonders if a relationship is even possible for them. A commercial fisherman with a grudge against Aven heads for trouble, drawing Caddie and Aven into his web as they try to expose his crime. As danger from Alaska’s coast and a secret from the past threaten their newfound love, will they be ready to trust God for a possible future together?

Bio for K.M. Daughters:

K.M. Daughters is the penname for team writers and sisters, Pat Casiello and Kathie Clare nee Lynch. The author name is dedicated to the memory of their parents, Katherine and Michael, the “K” and “M” in K.M. Daughters. Inspired by their father who wrote children’s books for them when they were small and their mother’s love of romance novels, K.M. Daughters was “born” a little under five years ago at a Romance Writers of American national conference when the sisters plotted their first manuscript, now published in E-book by Sapphire Blue Publishing: Past, Present and Forever.

Since that conference, K.M. Daughters has written five additional award-winning novels, all contracted to The Wild Rose Press and its new subsidiary, White Rose Publishing. Most recently the 1st book in The Sullivan Boys Romantic Suspense series was distinguished in The Lories published contest; Past, Present and Forever received the Coffee Time Romance and More Reviewer’s award and their upcoming release, Beyond The Code of Conduct was rated 4-stars, compelling, page turner, in the June 2009 issue of Romantic Times Book Review.

K.M. Daughters resides in Illinois and New Jersey with husbands Nick and Tom, a total of five children and two grandchildren between them.

Blurb for Rose of the Adriatic:

Wounded and faithless, Dr. Matthew Robbins arrives in a small Croatian village determined to discredit the visionary who claims to see the Mother of God. Matt believes only proven facts, and he’s sure Anna Babic is either lying or delusional. But, despite all his unpopular testing, he can’t disprove Anna’s visions–and what’s worse, he finds himself falling for the beautiful visionary who speaks with the blessed Virgin Mary.

Anna has experienced skeptics in the past, and they’ve never left a lasting effect. But Matt is different. Despite his open disbelief and vehemence to discredit her, she finds herself hoping he’ll change his mind.

Drawn together as if by a heavenly hand, can Anna choose a life as the wife to her unlikely match? Can Matt believe on faith alone that God loves him enough to heal him and free him to love Anna?