This week Dana Corbit and the Spring Scavenger Hunt with Giveaways

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Congratulations to Britney for winning Gail Martin’s Rescued by the Firefighter and to Carolyn for winning Stephen and Janet Bly’s The Lost Manuscript of Martin Taylor Harrison.

This week I’m hosting Dana Corbit with Finally a Mother (2 copies US and Canada) and starting Friday through the weekend I will be part of the Spring Scavenger Hunt with many giveaways and a grand prize. If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post 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 (April 6th) evening.

Finally1Bio for Dana Corbit:

Dana Corbit enjoyed making up tall tales before she learned to spell her name, so it came as no surprise when the Indiana native chose to work in a field where she could tell stories every day. She left her career as an award-winning newspaper reporter and features editor to raise her family, but the stories came home with her as she discovered the joy of writing fiction. An award-winning author of sixteen novels, Dana makes her home in southeast Michigan with her husband, three nearly grown daughters and two portly kitties.

Blurb for Finally a Mother by Dana Corbit:

Her work at a home for teenage mothers serving as a reminder of her own regrets, social worker Shannon Lyndon dreams of a reunion with the son she felt forced to place for adoption. But nothing could prepare her for the angry teen on her doorstep, nor the handsome but judgmental police officer with the runaway in custody. Still reeling from his ex-wife’s betrayal, Trooper Mark Shoffner should steer clear of this messy situation, but he can’t turn his back on Blake, a boy failed by a system intended to protect him, and the pretty young mother, who deserted her own son. After Mark volunteers to serve as Blake’s temporary guardian, and he and Shannon cautiously work together until custody matters can be settled. What begins as a collaboration to benefit a troubled teen becomes an opportunity for two wounded adults to learn that love does offer second chances and that there just might be a perfect family for Blake after all.

“…Corbit deals with the reality of teen pregnancy and reminds readers that hope is contagious,” 4 ½ Star Rating – Romantic Times Book Reviews