Aug 15 2013
Welcome to the Dear Author August Extravaganza, Day 15.
Every day this month, we are giving away copies of books, both digital and print, as well as gift certificates and even a digital reader. Stay tuned to this link to see all of the giveaways. They only last a few days each so keep visiting.
From Publisher Loose Id
From Author Bev Pettersen
THOROUGHBREDS AND TRAILER TRASH
- Book Buyers Best Finalist, 2013
- 2012 Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award
- National Readers’ Choice Award Finalist, 2012
She’s broke. He’s worth millions. Jenna Murphy, a dedicated horse masseuse, relies on her job and street smarts to support what’s most important…her younger sister. But when the Thoroughbred Wellness Center experiences a hostile takeover headed by a charming but ruthless corporate shark, both her heart and career are threatened. Author’s Website a Rafflecopter giveaway
From Author From Author Jennifer Robson and William Morrow Books
Somewhere in France, coming from William Morrow Books in January 2014, is an atmospheric, beautifully drawn debut novel of love, hope, and danger set during the First World War.
Lady Elizabeth Neville-Ashford wants to travel the world, pursue a career, and marry for love. But in 1914, the stifling restrictions of aristocratic British society and her mother’s rigid expectations forbid Lilly from following her heart. When war breaks out, the spirited young woman seizes her chance for independence. Defying her parents, she moves to London and eventually becomes an ambulance driver in the newly formed Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps—an exciting and treacherous job that takes her to a field hospital in France. There she is reunited with Robert Fraser, her brother’s best friend, a man she has loved from afar for years. Yet how can love survive, let alone flower, amid the horrors of the Great War? And how can either one of them hope to conquer their private nightmares in a time of catastrophe, suffering, and unfathomable loss?
Included in the giveaway is an ARC for Somewhere in France, as well as a set of Paris-themed postcards from The Paris Print Shop.