This week Patty Smith Hall, Sandra Robbins and Winnie Griggs

» Posted on Jul 25, 2011 in Blog | 9 comments

Hearts in Flight

The past two weeks’ winners are: Beth for winning Stephanie Grace Whitson’s A Most Unsuitable Match, Cindy for winning Lisa Harris’s An Ocean Away, Angela for winning Leslie Gould and Mindy Starns Clark’s The Amish Nanny, Cynde for winning Kit Wilkinson’s Mom in the Making, and Ellie for winning Melody Carson’s River’s Song.

This week I’m hosting Patty Smith Hall with Hearts in Flight , Sandra Robbins with Dangerous Reunion, and Winnie Griggs with Second Chance Family. 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 margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (July 31st) evening.

Bio for Patty Smith Hall:

A romantic at heart, Patty Smith Hall is an award winning, multi-published author. Her stories of encouragement and hope can be found in Guideposts, Journey and Chicken Soup for the Nurse’s Soul.  Her Genesis award winning manuscript, Hearts in Flight, will be released by Love Inspired Historical in July, 2011. Patty resides in Georgia along with Dan, her husband of 28 years.

Blurb for Hearts in Flight:

Serving her country as one of the Women’s Army Special Pilots is Maggie Daniels’s dearest wish. But there are obstacles to overcome above and beyond the enemies in the Pacific, including her overprotective family, skeptical fellow pilots—and handsome, distant squadron leader Wesley Hicks. Whatever it takes, Maggie will prove herself to Wesley, until she succeeds in winning his admiration…and love. 

Wesley can see that Maggie’s a first-class pilot. She’s also too fearless by half. The war has cost Wesley so much already. Can he let go of his guilt for a chance at happiness—and can he learn to trust in God…and Maggie…enough to believe in love for a lifetime? 

Dangerous ReunionBio for Sandra Robbins:

Sandra Robbins and her husband live in the small college town where she grew up and are the parents of four children and six grandchildren. Until a few years ago Sandra was working as an elementary school principal, but God opened the door for her to become a full-time writer. Dangerous Reunion is her fourth book to release from Love Inspired Suspense and is the first in a three book series set on Ocracoke Island. Sandra enjoys hearing from her readers. To find out more about Sandra and her books go to http://sandrarobbins.net or send her an email at sandra@sandrarobbins.net.

Blurb for Dangerous Reunion:

Killer on the Loose

A murderer on tiny, safe Ocracoke Island? Deputy Sheriff Kate Michaels doesn’t want to believe it—until someone at the crime scene starts shooting at her. Then Nashville detective Brock Gentry shows up. Brock broke her heart years ago when he called off their engagement. Now torn apart by a case, Brock seeks sanctuary on the island. Yet as the threats against Kate escalate—and Kate’s sisters are targeted—she turns to the man she’s never stopped loving. Even if their reunion is more dangerous than it ever was before. 

Second Chance FamilyBio for Winnie Griggs:

Winnie Griggs has written 12 books for three different lines and is currently hard at work on her 13th.  A small town girl herself, Winnie’s books focus on family and community and matters of faith – all subjects that are near and dear to her own heart.  In fact, the motto on her website reads “Small Towns, Big Hearts, Amazing Grace”

Winnie has been married for 35 years to her college sweetheart and together they have raised four proud-to-call-them-mine children and a too-numerous-to-count assortment of dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, turtles and 4-H sheep.  Besides reading and writing, Winnie’s  favorite activities include cooking, exploring flea markets and pretending the growing army of dust bunnies who have invaded her home will disappear if she just ignores them long enough.

Blurb for Second Chance Family:

Love was out of the question… until it became the only solution.

Mitch Hammond is a man of his word.  And for Cora Beth Collins that’s a problem.  The honorable sheriff has vowed never to love again, for fear of wounding someone else.  The most he can offer is marriage in name only.  But with no other way to adopt two beleagured, runaway orphans, she accepts.

Despite his intentions, however, Mitch is starting to want more from Cora Beth…and from himself.  For in her trusting eyes he sees everything he hopes to be – as a lawman, a father and a husband.

 

 

 

9 Comments

  1. Please enter me for “Second Chance Family”! 🙂 Sounds like a great book!
    Kim
    lonebanana(at)msn(dot)com

  2. Please enter me for Second Chance Family or Dangerous Reunion. I have Hearts in Flight (Which looks WONDERFUL by the way) 🙂

    srstormo at yahoo dot com

  3. Please enter in me in both drawing. Thank You!!!
    angelac@mchsi.com

  4. I have been wanting to read Sandra Robbins book so enter me for that one but the other two look very good too so any of them are ok!

  5. thanks for the chance to read these wonderful novels 😉

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  6. I would love to be entered to win either Dangerous Reunion or Second Chance Family. I already have Hearts in Flight and I am half way through it and loving it. 😀 I love books set during WWII. 🙂

    Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

  7. Please include me for all the books, I really enjoy all the Love Inspired lines. Thanks!

  8. Opps, forgot my e-mail!
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

  9. Please include me for all the books. I really like the Love Inspired Lines.
    wildflowers386 at yahoo dot com

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