This week Linda Windsor and Margaret Daley with Giveaways

» Posted on Oct 27, 2013 in Blog | 17 comments

Congratulations to Debra for winning Winnie Griggs’s A Family for Christmas and to Polly for winning Richard Mabry’s Heart Failure.

This week I’m hosting  Linda Windsor with The Healer (US only giveaway) and Margaret Daley with Severed Trust (US only giveaway). 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 (Nov. 3rd) evening.

ISBNBio for Linda Windsor:

With an estimated million books in print, Christy finalist and winner of multiple industry awards Linda Windsor is the author of 16 secular historical and contemporary romances and 13 romantic comedies and historical fiction for the inspirational market.  Her switch to the inspirational fiction in 1999 was more like Jonah going to Ninevah than a flash of enlightenment. Windsor has never looked back with regret.

 When Linda isn’t writing in her restored late 18th century farmhouse, she’s busy speaking and/or playing music for writing workshops, faith seminars, libraries, and civic and church groups. The author’s most recent series is The Brides of Alba trilogy, a.family saga set in King Arthur’s Scotland about three brothers and their unique brides: a Healer, a Thief, and a Rebel.

Blurb for The Healer, Book One of The Brides of Alba Trilogy by Linda Windsor:

Forced to live most of her twenty years in hiding from both her own clan and the clan who murdered her family, Brenna of Gowys wonders how she can possibly fulfill her mother’s prophecy that the Gowys seed will divide the enemy O’Byrne’s house and bring about a peace beyond his wicked ken. Brenna’s clan remnant would have her lead them to certain death against the stronger O’Byrnes. But Brenna is a healer, not a warrior. Nor is she the shape-changing wolf-woman of the hills as she’s rumored to be by the superstitious clans; although she does have a gift with wild animals, including her pet wolf Faol.

So when Brenna witnesses the ambush and attempted murder of a warrior during the annual O’Byrne hunt to find the wolf-woman, she does what she’s called to do. She brings him into her mountain hideaway to heal him, even if he could be her enemy. All she knows is that he is not just wounded in body, but in spirit; that he’d been there as a frightened child when her family had been slain; and that she has seen a future with him. But is her faith strong enough to follow the vision, no matter where it leads? 

Severed Trust. jpgBio for Margaret Daley:

Margaret Daley, an award-winning author of eighty-five 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 https://margaretdaley.com, Twitter at http://twitter.com/margaretdaley and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/margaretdaleybooks.

Blurb for Severed Trust, the 4th book in The Men of the Texas Rangers Series by Margaret Daley:

The day Sadie Thompson finds her high school student, Lexie, asleep in class and can’t wake her is the day she realizes how entrenched a prescription drug ring is in her school. As Sadie is pulled into doing something about the growing problem, she becomes involved with Ethan Stone—a Texas Ranger who suspects the drug ring reaches far beyond the high school. Helping Lexie recover from the overdose, Sadie feels she is making a difference—until the 16-year-old’s best friend dies from the apparent mixing of various prescription drugs. Lexie doesn’t think her friend took her own
life, but her relationship with her Uncle Ethan is precarious and she doesn’t know if either he or Sadie will help her discover the truth.

17 Comments

  1. Some comments will not appear right away because I have to approve them.

  2. Wow, after having read so many of your books, would love to win Severed Trust, but if not, then The healer has to be a great book too. Am so glad to be retired, I can read a lot in between responsibilities here.

    • Wow, after having read so many of your books, would love to win Severed Trust, but if not, then The healer has to be a great book too. Am so glad to be retired, I can read a lot in between responsibilities here. Didn’t see my email address posted, so here it is. juanitawickey@gmail.com

    • Thanks, Juanita.

  3. Both books sounds like great reading.

    Lovely to see your book up Margaret.

    • Thanks, Mary.

  4. Would love to read your 4th book in this series….have read the others and loved them! Thanks for the giveaway.
    jacsmi75[at[ gmail[dot] com

    • Thanks, Jackie. I hope you get a chance to read Severed Trust.

  5. Both books sound great! Nothing like a good read. Keeping my fingers crossed!

    melback at cebridge dot net

    • Thanks for stopping by the blog, Melanie.

  6. Margaret,
    Thank you for having me in your spotlight. I look forward to “meeting” the readers.

  7. Severed Trust would be memorable and special. Thanks.

    • Anne, thanks. It was a tough book to write.

  8. Interesting books

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  9. I would love to be entered to win either book. I love your books Margaret and look forward to reading Severed Trust. 🙂

    😀 Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

    • Thanks, Cindy. I hope you get to read Severed Trust.

  10. I love reading great books! Thank you for the opportunity to win!!

    texaggs2000 at gmail dot com

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