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This was my first Smantha Price book. I bought it because the title intrigued me. I liked the characters and the story line kept me interested. A series of murders from the past–is someone mimicking them OR has the original murderer started again? I thought the idea of two elderly sister slueths was good but I wish the sisters’ dialogue had been more character-driven. I couldn’t tell the two sisters’ dialogue apart just by hearing it. That’s my only reservation. A solid intriguing mystery.
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A baby girl’s future hangs in the balance~when Cash’s only sister leaves guardianship to her best friend instead of him. Unwilling to take the matter to court, Cash and Jane face the situation. Jane lives in a small northwoods town while Cash owns a Chicago multi-million dollar construction company. Share custody of a toddler–how?
Much to Jane’s dismay, Cash finds a way. Jane’s secretly in love with Cash but he only sees her as an obstacle. And after his mother’s abandonment and a failed engagement, he has a heart of stone. Will Jane hold so tightly to the baby that Cash finally loses patience and sues for custody or will Cash open his heart to Jane and all the love she has to give him?
Now what’s next? What’s the October Question? I received this email after my Special Edition September newsletters.
“I don’t want the e books. I want the real books of Lyn Cote. I have trouble finding them…”
So of course, my next question- which do you prefer reading print or ebooks? And why? The second part is the most important. And I have a lot to share with you about why print books are getting harder to find. A lot has been happening in the book industry in the last decade or more. I’ll discuss that in my next newsletter, coming out Oct 22. If you haven’t subscribe to my newsletter, why not? Click here to enter my monthly contest and be subscribed to my newsletter.–Lyn
Over 20 Inspirational authors have joined in a great Christian Romantic Suspense bargain barrage! Don’t miss this. To see what’s included, Click here
BE A FRIEND-Tell a friend!–Lyn
As I’ve said, I rarely discount later books in a series, but here’s one for you! Summer’s End is on sale through the 30th. So Don’t wait! Click here for more info.
These two are also on sale for a limited time. Why not gift one to a good friend? Click here for more info and to see other authors in the same promo. What a deal!–Lyn
A baby girl’s future hangs in the balance.…
A Heart of Stone, Book 4, of my ‘Opposites Attract” series will be released September 20, this Friday! Until that day, it is on pre-order for 75% off. I rarely discount later books in a series, so don’t miss this! Click here for more info.–Lyn
SWIPE RIGHT FOR BOOKS
LitRing’s Swipe Right for Books Giveaway celebrates Lromance in all of its sub-genres and niches. And one lucky reader will win a $25 Amazon gift card to help them load up their TBR list with more romance books! Check out LitRing’s romance library and claim your chances to win here
Remember this is ALL KIDNS OR ROMANCE. BE SELECTIVE!–LYN
I just received a notice that my book, MEANT FOR ME, has been recognized by Ezvid Wiki as one of
“10 Perceptive Historical Romance Novels Full Of Period Details.”
Among the others honored are many of my favorite historcial authors. If you’re curious, here’s the link:
For more info about MEANT FOR ME, CLICK HERE.–Lyn
Now for the September question. The photo above is meaningful to me because gladiolas in late summer bring back sweet memories of my mother. Her birthday was the first week of September. We lived at the edge of town with a farm across the road. They grew gladiolas and had a stand on the highway nearby every year. A dollar for a bunch of glads. My brother and I always saved our nickels and dimes and bought her a bouquet for her birthday. Her friends knew this and gave her the large glass vase in the photo to hold this yearly gift. Now do you have something such as gladiolas that bring back memories of a gift given or gift received? Please share.I really enjoyed hearing from my readers–you. As usual I will choose a few to include in my monthly newsletter and gift an ebook to those few. I’d love to hear your stories!–Lyn