This week Jean C. Gordon and Margaret Daley

» Posted on Dec 26, 2011 in Blog | 7 comments

Congratulations to Jenny for winning Susan Sleeman’s The Christmas Witness and to Mary for winning Barbara Phinney’s Souvenirs.

This week I’m hosting Jean C. Gordon with Small-Town Sweethearts and Margaret Daley with Deadly Race (ebook only). If you want to enter the drawings for the books, 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 (January 1st) evening. 

Bio for Jean C. Gordon:

Jean C. Gordon’s writing is a natural extension of her love of reading. From that day in first grade when she realized t-h-e was the word “the,” she’s been reading everything she can put her hands on. A professional financial planner and editorial supervisor for a financial publisher in Albany, NY, Jean is as at home writing retirement- and investment-planning advice as she is writing romance novels, but finds novels a lot more fun.

She and her college-sweetheart husband tried the city life in Los Angeles, but quickly returned home to their native Upstate New York. They share a 170-year-old farmhouse just south of Albany with their daughter and son-in-law, two grandchildren, and a menagerie of pets. Their son lives nearby. While Jean creates stories, her family grows organic fruits and vegetables and tends the livestock de jour.

Although her day job, writing and family don’t leave her a lot of spare time, Jean likes to give back when she can. She and her husband team-taught a seventh-and-eighth-grade Sunday school class for several years and currently serve on her church’s Evangelism Committee. She also shares her love of books with others by volunteering at the church’s Book Nook.

You can keep in touch with her at www.Facebook.com/JeanCGordon.Author, https://twitter.com/#!/JeanCGordon or www.JeanCGordon.com.

Book blurb for Small-Town Sweethearts:

With the help of God and the love of Drew Stacey, a down-sized Wall Street analyst turned church camp manager, NYC assistant art director and former town misfit Emily, ne Jinx, Hazard finds the thing she wants most in the place she least wants to be — Paradox Lake. Through having to be responsible for her niece, interaction with the town’s people, and falling in love with Drew, she learns the meaning of Christian fellowship.

Bio for Margaret Daley:

Margaret Daley, an award-winning author of eighty-two books, has been married for over forty years and is a firm believer in romance and love. When she isn’t traveling, she’s writing love stories, often with a suspense thread and corralling her three cats that think they rule her household. To find out more about Margaret visit her website at http://www.margaretdaley.com.

Deadly Race is an out of print book she has re-issued as an ebook only. It was written as a contemporary romance in the secular market. It is a sweet romance with suspense. It is offered on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Blurb for Deadly Race:

A romp through a snake-infested, vine-twisted terrain isn’t exactly Ellie Winters’ idea of fun. She hates animals that slither and the vines wreak havoc on her body. The one redeeming feature of her latest adventure–and she must admit she hasn’t been on one quite so dangerous–is Slade Calvert. He makes her heart beat faster. He makes her forget that she doesn’t trust men easily.

Slade is amazed at his attraction toward Ellie, not the physical part because she is gorgeous but the emotional one. He wants to protect her, shield her from any pain. Those feelings he must fight. He has no intentions of marrying again. 

7 Comments

  1. Good morning Margaret! I would love to win either book. But especially yours!

    Thank you for teh chance to win.

    🙂 Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

  2. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway of your book. Blessings.

  3. Both books look wonderful. I have added them to my wish list.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  4. Thanks, Cindy, Ellie, and Mary. Good Luck!

  5. oh, both books sound wonderful this week. thanks for the chance to win

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  6. Wow, both books sound interesting. Please enter me in the drawing for both. Thank you for the chance to win either of them. Can’t wait to read them. 🙂
    cynthiakchow (at) earthlink (dot) net

  7. Both of these books sound wonderful, one small town, one exotic. Please include me!
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

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