Saturday, July 11, 2009

Catch Me in Castile by Kimberley Troutte

Author: Kimberley Troutte
ISBN: 1-60504-652-3
ISBN13: 978-1-60504-652-5
Length: Novel, 79k words
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense
Publication Date: August 25, 2009


Seeing dead people is bad enough. Loving him could make her one of them.


When the mother of all panic attacks prompts Erin Carter’s boss to pass her over for promotion, her mind doesn’t just crack. It explodes like an egg in a microwave, shattering her career along with the company car she crashes into the office building.

The death grip she’s kept on her sanity slipping, she takes a friend’s advice and flees to Spain. There she finds comfort in the healing arms of surgeon Santiago Botello—until a fifteenth-century ghost warns her that being with Santiago is dangerous, possibly even lethal.

Santiago has his hands full protecting his sister from a dark curse and his family from a very modern-day psychotic killer. The last thing he needs added to his plate is a neurotic American. Yet something about Erin tugs at his heart so hard he wants to wrap her in his arms and never let go. No matter the risk.

Erin’s attraction to Santiago makes her the killer’s next target. Survival means she must face her greatest fear, solve an ancient murder mystery—and hang on tight to the one man she’s fallen crazy in love with.

Comparative titles by other authors:
Moonshadows by Melinda Hammond
Scent of Roses by Kat Martin
Angels Fall by Nora Roberts

Leave comments for your chance to win a free ebook copy of Catch me in Castile or Soul Stealer (winner's choice) The contest will run until July 22. The winner will be announced on July 23.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Thistle Dew by Alee Drake

Sage Winters has struggled to make Thistle Dew Inn the best writer's retreat in the Adirondacks. The Inn, her late husband Eric's dream, is finally becoming known as a place of comfort, good food, and discreet staff. But all is not as it seems at the Inn. The brush of a ghostly presence lingers on. A sullen handyman is sometimes disturbing. An attractive and attentive writer is bringing back feelings Sage thought had dies with Eric. And on a walk back from a party at the pond, Sage's four year old daughter, Pia, disappears into thin air.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Buried Truths by Viola Russell

Buried Truth by Viola Russell

While shopping in a local bookstore in post-Katrina New Orleans, Heather Flanagan Kerry is startled when Sarah, a young clerk, asks her if she ever bore a son and gave him up for adoption. Sarah's husband is adopted, and the young couple would like to know his birth parents before their child is born. Now a successful professional woman, Heather denies ever having a child; however, Sarah's revelation that her husband is part-Asian sends Heather hurrying home.

Once there, she contacts Wesley Chou, now a prominent oncologist, the man with whom she had a child at seventeen. Heather and Wesley meet and share a night of passion, but they part the next day. Fate, however, draws them together when Ezra, their son, and his wife bring their infant daughter to Wesley. The child has leukemia, and Wesley contacts Heather.

One of them could be the donor to save the child's life. Together, Heather and Wesley must evaluate if they are strong enough to rekindle their love, face society's condemnation, and their own son's anger. Can their love survive the passage of time and the secrets that could destroy them.

For your chance to win a free copy of this book just answer the following question

What is Wesley Chou's profession?
This contest will run until the end of July...

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