This week Lynette Eason, Martha Rogers and Lenora Worth

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Congratulations to Karen for winning Rachelle McCalla’s Danger on Her Doorstep, Traveler for winning Jim Rubart’s Book of Days and Kim for winning Dianne Matthews’ Drawing Closer to God.

This week I’m hosting Lynette Eason with Missing, Martha Rogers with Caroline’s Choice, and Lenora Worth with Body of Evidence. If you want to enter the drawings, 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 (January 23rd) evening.

Bio for Lynette Eason:

Lynette Eason grew up in Greenville, SC and now lives in Spartanburg, SC. She is married and has two precious children, Lauryn and Will. Lynette is a full time writer. Lynette enjoys visits to the mountains, hanging out with family and brainstorming stories with her fellow writers. She gives God the glory for her giving her the talent and desire to spin stories that bring readers to the edge of their seat and to the throne of Christ.

Blurb for Missing:
Her daughter is the most important person in Lacey Gibson’s world. So when the girl disappears, Lacey will do anything to find her. Even track down a man she hasn’t seen in sixteen years—U.S. Marshall Mason Stone, the father of her child.
Mason was perfectly content with his life until Lacey arrived. Her confession that their daughter—the daughter he didn’t know they had—is missing shakes his carefully controlled world. But there’s no time to adjust as they race to find their child, catch the kidnappers…and learn whether they can have a second chance at happily-ever-after.

Carolines Choice

Bio for Martha Rogers:

Martha’s book credits include the novella, Sugar and Grits and A River Walk Christmas, as well as the historical romance series, Winds Across the Prairie. She had also written seven Bible studies, contributed to compilations by Wayne Holmes, Karen O’Conner, and Debbie White Smith. Martha has also written devotionals in several anthologies including recently released Blissfully Blended, Devotionals for Step-moms from Barbour. Martha is currently working on another series, Seasons of the Heart. Book one, Summer Dream, will released in the summer of 2011. Martha is a retired teacher and lives in Houston with her husband, Rex where they enjoy spending time with their grandchildren.

Blurb for Caroline’s Choice:

At age twenty-six, Caroline Frankston is certain life is passing her by in the town of Barton Creek. Her feelings for Matthew Haynes appear unrequited, so she decides the time has come for her to move to the big city for a fresh start.

Once in Oklahoma City, Caroline is fascinated by the many opportunities there and begins moving on with her life. As time passes, Matt realizes his true feelings for her and plans to tell her on her next trip home. When Caroline goes missing after her train is in an accident, Matt sets out in search of her, wondering if any chance of spending his life with Caroline has disappeared.

Book four in the Winds Across the Prairie series brings you back to the town of Barton Creek, providing a glimpse into everyday life at a time when Oklahoma was drawing homesteaders to its territory before the days of statehood.

Lenora Worth

Bio for Lenora Worth:

Lenora Worth has written over 40 books for three different publishers. Currently, she writes for Love Inspired, Love Inspired Suspense and SuperRomance. Her February release “Body of Evidence” is book two in the Texas Ranger Justice series.

Blurb for Body of Evidence:

When Texas Ranger Anderson Michaels goes undercover at an animal rescue farm in the Texas Hill Country, he lands right in owner Jennifer Roder’s path. Before long, he realizes that tracking down his target–a deadly drug-trafficking ring that was responsible for the murder of his captain–may be easier than winning this jaded woman’s trust. Experience has taught Jennifer to keep her distance from adventure seekers. But her life will depend on her ability to push aside her fears–and trust Anderson to keep her safe.