This Week Jill Lynn, Sharon K. Souza, and Mary Ellis with Giveaways

» Posted on Feb 2, 2015 in Blog | 12 comments

Congratulations to Karen for winning Elizabeth Goddard’s Buried and to Nat for winning Anita Higman’s A Question of Destiny.

This week I’m hosting Jill Lynn with Falling for Texas, Sharon K. Souza with The Color of Sorrow Isn’t Blue, and Mary Ellis with The Last Heiress (US and Canada 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 (Feb. 1st) evening.

 

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Bio of Jill Lynn:

Jill Lynn writes contemporary inspirational romance for Harlequin Love Inspired, with her first book, Falling for Texas, available now. She lives near the beautiful Rocky Mountains with her husband and two children and writes the kind of stories she likes to read—ones filled with humor, grace, and happily ever after. Jill does far more dancing in the kitchen with her family than she does cooking, and she has a thing for coffee, books, boots, and thrift stores. Connect with her at Jill-Lynn.com.

Facebook: JillLynnAuthor
Twitter: @JillLynnAuthor
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Blurb for Falling for Texas by Jill Lynn:

Raising his orphaned teenage sister isn’t easy for Texas rancher Cash Maddox. The girl tests his parenting—and patience—at every turn! But when he asks new teacher Olivia Grayson for help with his sister’s grades and attitude, Cash realizes he’s facing the toughest trial of all. He made a promise that he wouldn’t date and get distracted from his mission of being a good father figure. Yet Olivia’s quick wit is drawing him unexpectedly closer to the caring beauty every day. Could it be time to make a new vow…one that’ll last a lifetime?

Check out Falling for Texas on Amazon

 

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Bio of Sharon K. Souza:

Sharon K. Souza is the author of inspirational novels for and about women. Her novels deal with difficult subjects that women often face: infertility, infidelity, extreme loss, but always include a healthy dose of humor. And her stories are rich with relationship: best friends, sisters, and the deeply complex relationship between mothers and daughters. She and her husband Rick have been married 43 years. They have three children, one of whom resides in Heaven, and seven wonderful grandchildren.

Blurb for The Color of Sorrow Isn’t Blue by Sharon K. Souza:

How do you lose a child? It’s not so hard, really. You simply make one irredeemable choice.

For Bristol Taylor, that choice will haunt her for the rest of her life. With the first anniversary of little McKinsey Taylor’s disappearance just days away, Bristol plans to escape to her stepmother’s beach house — which is no beach house at all, but a 20-foot trailer on a cracked slab in Half Moon Bay. It is a shell’s throw from the water, she’ll give her that.

All she wants is to be alone as she faces what she prays will be the one and only anniversary she has to endure. But Bristol’s stepmother, sister and best friend have no intention of letting Bree spend the weekend by herself. This unlikely trio hijack her plans – and her idea – and hit the road for the coast, with Bristol an unwilling captive.

Love covers a multitude of sins, they say, but can it truly redeem the irredeemable?

Check out The Color of Sadness Isn’t Blue on Amazon

 

The Last HeiressBio of Mary Ellis:

Mary Ellis has written twelve bestselling novels set in the Amish community, along with two romantic suspense set in Louisiana. Before “retiring” to write full-time, Mary taught middle school and worked as a sales rep for Hershey Chocolate. She has enjoyed a lifelong passion for American history and is an active member of the local historical society.

She has recently finished several romances set during the Civil War and is currently working on a series of mysteries, Secrets of the South. The Last Heiress is her latest release.

www.maryellis.net
www.facebook.com/Mary-Ellis

Blurb for The Last Heiress by Mary Ellis:

Raising his orphaned teenage sister isn’t easy for Texas rancher Cash Maddox. The girl tests his parenting—and patience—at every turn! But when he asks new teacher Olivia Grayson for help with his sister’s grades and attitude, Cash realizes he’s facing the toughest trial of all. He made a promise that he wouldn’t date and get distracted from his mission of being a good father figure. Yet Olivia’s quick wit is drawing him unexpectedly closer to the caring beauty every day. Could it be time to make a new vow…one that’ll last a lifetime?

Check out The Last Heiress on Amazon

 

 

12 Comments

  1. would love to win any of these books.

  2. I look forward to learning more about these wonderful books!

    texaggs2000 at gmail dot com

  3. ALL OF THESE BOOKS SOUND EXCELLENT. WOULD LOVE TO WIN ONE.

  4. Th Color of Sorrow is captivating. The Last Heiress interests me greatly too.

  5. these sound interesting

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  6. Ooooh yay! I’ve had my eyes out for Mary Ellis’s The Last Empress since I first heard about it last month!
    kam110476 at gmail dot com

    • Oops, Sorry for the misnaming! I meant The Last Heiress – not empress!

  7. A great selection thank you.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  8. another wonderful selection of novels, Margaret 🙂

  9. I would love to be entered to win any of the books this week. Thank you.

    Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

  10. These books look great!

    melback at cebridge dot net

  11. All of these books look like wonderful winter reading. I have read one of Mary’s Amish books. Jill and Sharon are new authors to me. Thank you Margaret for sharing these authors with us.

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