This week Jill Elizabeth Nelson and Hannah Alexander

» Posted on Dec 12, 2011 in Blog | 7 comments

Congratulations to Mary for winning Kathy Herman’s Dangerous Mercy, to Jo for winning Rose McCauley’s Christmas Belles of Georgia, to Angela for winning Eddie Snipes’ I Called Him Danger and to Judy for winning Rebecca Jacoby’s Beating Cancer.

This week I’m hosting Jill Elizabeth Nelson with Mistletoe Mayhem in Season of Danger and Hannah Alexander with Silent Night, Deadly Night in Season of Danger. 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 (December 18th) evening.

Bio of Jill Elizabeth Nelson:

Jill Elizabeth Nelson is an award-winning author of mystery and suspense. She writes what she likes to read—tales of adventure seasoned with romance, humor, and faith. Jill speaks regularly at conferences, writer’s groups, library associations, and civic and church groups. When teaching classes for writers, she delights in bringing the “Ahah! moment” to her students, so they can make a new skill their own. Jill and her husband live in rural Minnesota where they raised four children and are currently enjoying their grandchildren. Visit Jill on the web at: www.jillelizabethnelson.com, or look her up on Facebook or Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/JillElizabethNelson.Author or http://twitter.com/jnelson57.

 Blurb for Mistletoe Mayhem from Season of Danger by Jill Elizabeth Nelson:

A romance-shy veterinarian and a widowed health inspector hunt the killer who used mistletoe extract to poison pets and people in aTennessee mountain town.

After being jilted by her fiancé, Kelly Granger buries her broken heart in her work as a veterinarian in her home town ofAbbottsville, Tennessee, located in the Great Smoky Mountains. She and her assistant, Tim Hallock, battle to save community pets from a violent and mysterious illness. Is this sickness a danger to humans? Her question is answered when state health inspector Matt Bennett is sent to investigate local eating establishments—including Kelly’s sister’s restaurant—for the cause of poisoning among the patrons. Kelly refuses to believe that her sister served toxic mistletoe extract to her customers—yet mounting evidence points in that direction. Kelly puts herself in harm’s way, facing down a vicious dog and even more vicious people, to uncover a common denominator between the human and animal illnesses.

Matt has his hands full keeping up with the feisty Kelly, as well as proving himself worthy of her trust—and hopefully, her love. Unless she has her heart set on Tim. The question won’t matter if his investigation sends Kelly’s sister to jail. She’ll never have anything to do with him then. They need to uncover the truth. But will the answer cost them more than their romance? Will it cost them their lives?

Bio for Hannah Alexander:

Hannah Alexander is the pen name for Cheryl Hodde, who uses the medical input from her husband, Dr. Mel Hodde, to write romantic suspense with medical emphasis, both contemporary and historical. Their first collaboration began with a blind date instigated by Cheryl’s matchmaking pastor, and has continued for the fifteen years of their marriage.

Discover more about their work at www.hannahalexander.com .

Blurb for Silent Night, Deadly Night, novella by Hannah Alexander included in Season of Danger:

After the murder of Tess Vance’s fiance, Tess leaves her career as a musical talent agent and retreats home to her brother’s rescue mission for the homeless in Corpus Christi, Texas. She finds solace helping others, and peace with ex-cop Sean Torrance, who has also endured great pain over the past year. Just as they begin to think life will settle for them, and their friendship will deepen into something more lasting, Tess finds herself the subject of a stalking, and the stalker hurts her by hurting and killing those she loves, including the homeless.
All of Sean’s protective instincts rise to the top when the woman he has grown to love finds herself in danger once again. He’ll do whatever it takes to protect her and the others he works with at the mission. As the owner and manager of one of the top radio stations in the region, he finds a way to stop the attacks, but it will mean betraying her trust. Can their relationship withstand the conflict?

7 Comments

  1. SEASON OF DANGER looks wonderful. A great line-up.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  2. please enter me for both books this week thanks.

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  3. I absolutely love the Love Inspired books and Love Inspired Suspense line of books. Would love to be entered to win a copy of Season of Danger. I enjoy Hannah Alexander’s work and Jill Elizabeth Nelson would be a new author for me. Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy. 😀

    🙂 Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

  4. I would love to win either book. Both books sound wonderful. Have a Merry Christmas.

  5. I really love the Love Inspired line of books. Please enter me in the contests. Happy Holidays!

  6. I do get your newsletter. And I know what you mean about Gingerbread Houses….there must be some trick -I don’t know- to keeping them together. My grandson of course doesn’t eat most of the stuff used to put a house together so it sort of sat around for awhile before my daughter tossed it. Have a great Holiday season.

  7. Both stories are in one book and they both sound intense!
    jennydtipton[at]gmail[dot]com

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