by Julie Miller is a romantic suspense tale that features Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Ramsey who is engaged in a terrible struggle with a man known only as the Chameleon. Their disappearance results in a mystery that still has not been solved five years later, an ongoing source of pain for Ramsey's wife, Emma, who has never given up hope that her husband will somehow return home. Their daughter has found a sometimes disturbing coping mechanism in that she seems to have a companion named Faith who guides her through the turmoil of everyday life. The simple trust of a child contrasted with the complex decisions that her mother must make when her heart and her mind are in opposition add a lovely poignancy to the tale. The story is occasionally a bit predictable but still a very entertaining read and I would definitely be interested in reading more about the very capable women who have bonded and formed a very successful company. My Amazon review is at this link.
Randi Alexander has written a spicy short story that she wants to share with her readers. She would like to get it offered for free on Amazon but somehow they are dragging their feet. It would be great if interested readers would do the following:
1. Go to the book (A Gentleman and a Cowboy): http://amzn.to/11H8MGB
2. Scroll down to Product Details, there’s a line “Would you like to give feedback on images or tell us about a lower price?” Click on ‘tell us about a lower price’
3. Choose Website
Enter this URL in the box: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/299739
Price ($): 0
Shipping cost ($): 0
4. Then click Submit feedback.
Thank you so much! If you know anyone else who would be willing to do this for me, please pass on this message.
Don't forget there are several contests going on, including the one at The Romance Reviews which is celebrating their anniversary. You can find it at this link and while you are there, perhaps you will join in and vote for their 'best books of 2012'. I didn't vote in every category but I was delighted to vote for Laura Griffin in the Action-Adventure/Romantic suspense category and Lisa Renee Jones in the Erotic Romance Action-Adventure/Romantic suspense category as well as Thea Harrison and Jennifer Estep. I refrained from voting in the categories where I was unfamiliar with the authors and I regret that I didn't notice when the nominations were open because several of my favorite titles didn't even make it to voting. Please vote at this link.