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The winner will get to pick one of the following books. Or two if you pick books that are of low value.
Torn Across the Universe Shadows Cast by Stars Turning Pages Soul Screamers Volume One Rivals and Retribution Destiny and Deception Vampire's Kiss Bewitching Incarnate Touch of Frost Angel Fire Beautiful Chaos The Revenant The Reckoning The Mephisto Covenant Harbinger Born Wicked The Taker
Today I'm very excited to be a part of the Nerd Blast Born of Deception by Teri Brown Cover
So, without further adieu, I give you BORN OF DECEPTION!
Balzer & Bray/Harperteen
Young Adult/ Paranormal /Historical Fiction /Fantasy
Budding illusionist Anna Van Housen is on top of the world: after
scoring a spot on a prestigious European vaudeville tour, she has moved
to London to chase her dream and to join an underground society for
people like her with psychic abilities. Along with her handsome beau,
Cole Archer, Anna is prepared to take the city by storm.
when Anna arrives in London, she finds the group in turmoil. Sensitives
are disappearing and, without a suspect, the group’s members are
turning on one another. Could the kidnapper be someone within the
society itself—or has the nefarious Dr. Boyle followed them to London?
Cole and Anna begin to unravel the case and secrets about the society
are revealed, they find themselves at odds, their plans for romance in
London having vanished. Her life in danger and her relationship
fizzling, can Anna find a way to track down the killer before he makes
her his next victim—or will she have to pay the ultimate price for her
in Jazz-Age London, this alluring sequel to Born of Illusion comes
alive with sparkling romance, deadly intrigue, and daring magic.
I’m not sure who to tell you about here because I’m actually two people
rolled into one. As a responsible mother of teens, I show one persona to
the world. That person is driven, conservative and level headed. But
the other part of me just never grew up. She is rebellious, impulsive
It’s hard being both these people. They’re often at odds.
The mother part of me knows I should put a cap on how many animals we
take in. The teen part of me wants to save them all. We have five cats
and two dogs. Who do you think is winning?
Even now. The mother part wants to make a meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and
a tossed salad. The teen part wants to order a pizza, work on my
website and check my Facebook.
though my two halves don’t always agree, both of us live happily in
Portland, Oregon, with a husband and too many animals. And we both love
to write and write and write.
Official Blurb - A Tender Tale of Love on the Prairie Perfect for CBA Readers Although
Everett Cline can hardly keep up with the demands of his homestead, he
won't humiliate himself by looking for a helpmate ever again--not after
being jilted by three mail-order brides. When a well-meaning neighbor
goes behind his back to bring yet another mail-order bride to town, he
has good reason to doubt it will work, especially after getting a
glimpse at the woman in question. She's the prettiest woman he's ever
seen, and it's just not possible she's there to marry a simple
homesteader like him.
Julia Lockwood has never been anything
more than a pretty pawn for her father or a business acquisition for her
former fiance. Having finally worked up the courage to leave her life
in Massachusetts, she's determined to find a place where people will
value her for more than her looks. Having run out of all other options,
Julia resorts to a mail-order marriage in far-away Kansas.
is skeptical a cultured woman like Julia could be happy in a life on
the plains, while Julia, deeply wounded by a past relationship, is
skittish at the idea of marriage at all. When, despite their
hesitations, they agree to a marriage in name only, neither one is
prepared for the feelings that soon arise to complicate their
arrangement. Can two people accustomed to keeping their distance let the
barricades around their hearts down long enough to fall in love?
This was probably more of a three and a half star book. It was very hard to put down and I easily neglected the house the day I read this. Probably what dropped the rating for me was that at times things felt a bit too dragged out. Sometimes I wished the characters would stop repeating the same thing and get somewhere else in the story. But it was adorable to watch the characters grow and change over the span of their new marriage. Julia was more difficult to like because she was so very set in her opinion of her value and wouldn't see any other possibility. The christian portion of the story went from non-existent to full blown by the end of the book. These characters aren't your perfect strong in the faith sort but eventually they turn in that direction.