This week Kit Wilkinson and Debbie Fuller Thomas

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Congratulations to Judy for winning Michelle Sutton’s It’s Not About Him, Abi for winning Marta Perry’s Twice in a Lifetime and Wanda for winning Mary Connealy’s Cowboy Christmas.

This week I’m hosting Kit Wilkinson with Protector’s Honor and Debbie Fuller Thomas with Raising Rain. 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 (Sept. 20th) evening.

Bio for Kit Wilkinson:

Kit Wilkinson is a former Ph.D. student who once wrote discussions on the medieval feminine voice. Now, she prefers weaving stories of romance and redemption. Her first inspirational story won the prestigious RWA Golden Heart and sold to Steeple Hill Books. Besides writing, Kit loves hanging out with friends and family, cooking for lots of people, and participating in almost any sport. She and her husband reside in Virginia with their two young children. You can visit Kit at

Blurb for Protector’s Honor:

It’s instinct. When NCIS agent Rory Farrell hears a woman scream, he reacts. But even after he saves her from abduction, Rory can’t get the beautiful and fragile Tabitha Beaumont out of his mind. Especially when he finds a connection between Tabitha and his latest murder investigation. She needs protection–Rory’s protection–while Rory needs answers Tabitha doesn’t even realize she holds. Yet how can he find the truth without betraying Tabitha’s trust? Soon, Rory must decide what matters most–keeping his objective distance, or keeping Tabitha, in his arms and under his protection, forever.

Bio of Debbie Fuller Thomas:

Debbie Fuller Thomas writes contemporary fiction from a historic Gold Rush town in Northern California. When she’s not working on her next book or planning children’s programs for her community, she enjoys singing with Colla Voce of the Sierras with her husband and catching up with her two adult children. Her debut novel, Tuesday Night at the Blue Moon was a finalist for the 2009 Christy Award and the 2009 ACFW Book of the Year. Her next novel, Raising Rain, is available September 1, 2009.

Blurb for Raising Rain:

Raised to be a ‘new woman’ by her mother and three college roommates in the 70’s amid anti-war protests, feminist rallies, and finals, Rain Rasmussen discovers that putting her career first has left her overdrawn at the egg-bank, and her baby fever has now driven off her significant other.

When her terminally ill mother demands a Celebration of Life before she dies; they all confront ghosts from the past on a ‘stormy’ weekend in Monterey. Bebe, the roommate closest to Rain’s heart, revisits choices that have impacted Rain the most, raising doubts about God’s—and her own—willingness to forgive and to be forgiven.