This week Terri Reed and Beth Vogt with Giveaways

» Posted on Oct 20, 2014 in Blog | 11 comments

Congratulations to Bonnie for winning Susan Sleeman’s Special Ops Christmas and to Pam for winning Ava Pennington’s Daily Reflections on the Names of God. Also congratulations to my three winners of Her Holiday Hero—Sharon, Pam and Beth from the Scavenger Hunt.

This week I’m hosting  Terri Reed with Danger at the Border (US only) and Beth Vogt with A November Bride (ebook only). 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 margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (Oct. 26th) evening.

Thumbnail.ThumbnailServletTerri Reed’s Bio:

Award winning multi-published author Terri Reed discovered the wonderful world of fiction at an early age and declared she would one day write a book. Now she is fulfilling that dream writing full-time. Her romance and romantic suspense novels have appeared on Publisher’s Weekly top 25, Nielsen’s Bookscan top 100 and featured in USA Today, Christian Fiction Magazine and Romantic Times Magazine. Her books have finaled in Romance Writers of America’s RITA contest, National Reader’s Choice Award contest and three times in American Christian Fiction Writers The Carol Award contest. She resides in the Pacific Northwest with her college-sweetheart husband, two wonderful children, and an array of critters. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, gardening and playing tennis.

You can write to Terri at P.O. Box 19555 Portland, OR 97280 or visit her online at www.terrireed.com or email her at terrireed@sterling.net or leave comments on http://craftieladiesofromance.blogspot.com/www.loveinspiredauthors.com

Blurb for Danger at the Border with Terri Reed:

Follow her dream… 

After making a deathbed promise to her father, Joelle Winslow is ready to seize the NYC business opportunity to take her jewelry designs global. All she needs to do is cash out her inherited half of the family ranch in Montana—which means convincing her childhood rival, and now co-heir, to sell or buy her out. Sparks fly when Matt, no longer a gangly, solemn teenager, but a tall, handsome cowboy with work-hewn muscles, is unwilling to give up on the legacy he’s worked so hard to keep without a fight. And part of his bargain includes Joelle staying at the ranch with him through Homecoming Weekend. 

The son her father never had… 

The Winslow ranch rescued Matt Locke from a life in the foster-care system. As an orphan boy adopted by Clark Winslow and groomed to take over the ranch, he wants nothing more than to marry, raise a family, and continue the legacy of the man who became a father to him after his parents’ tragic deaths. Matt can’t imagine a life anywhere else, and he definitely can’t afford to buy Joelle out. Can he convince the dark haired beauty to not walk out on him and her home a second time?

A-November-Bride-Beth-VogtBio of Beth Vogt:

Beth K. Vogt believes God’s best often waits behind the doors marked “Never.” A nonfiction writer and editor who said she’d never write fiction, Beth is now a novelist with Howard Books. She enjoys writing inspirational contemporary romance because she believes there’s more to happily-ever-after than the fairy tales tell us. Connect with Beth on her website or check out her blog on quotes, In Others’ Words.

Blurb for A November Bride by Beth Vogt:

A year’s worth of novellas from twelve inspirational romance authors. Happily ever after guaranteed.

Can a decades-long friendship marred by two romantic missteps ever lead to happily ever after?

Sadie McAllister’s clients know how lucky they are to have her: an ultra-fastidious personal chef who leaves behind a spotless kitchen and a week’s worth of mouth-watering meals.

Erik Davis, her best friend since middle school, is content to enjoy Sadie’s culinary skills too while maintaining their “friends only” status. Most of his energy is focused on his just-launched freelance business and casual dates that never come close to a commitment.

But when Sadie is offered a once-in-a-lifetime cooking job across country, Erik realizes maybe he’s taken his best friend for granted. Even more, he’s about to lose his only chance for lasting love.

How can Erik convince Sadie that the well-known adage “Marry your best friend” just might apply to them? With God’s help, can they both move past their assumptions about each other and their future? Should Sadie and Erik risk taking their relationship to the romantic point of no return? If they do, their decades-long friendship is as a good as done . . . unless it ends at the altar.

 

 

11 Comments

  1. Both books do look wonderful.

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  2. Thank you for sharing a great pair of books.

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  3. Looks like to wonderful books! Hope you have a great Monday!

    • I forgot to leave my email rdewey17(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. Great books to look forward to!

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  5. Nice blurbs

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  6. Gosh, I would love A November Bride. chris_davebures@bellsouth.net

  7. thanks for the opportunity to read these novels, Margaret 🙂

  8. Good interview, would like to read “A November Bride” sounds good. Hope to win it. God’s blessings.
    Norma Stanforth

  9. Great books to look forward too .
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  10. I’ve enjoyed books by both authors, please include me in this week’s great drawing. Thanks!
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