Friday, January 23, 2015

Friday Freebie--Five Sweet Romances!

Today's Friday Freebie is a boxed set of five sweet, full-length romantic novels.  Just in time for Valentine's Day! I haven't read any of these authors before, but they look good.  To download your free Kindle copy click here

Here's the back copy:

This boxed set is a collection of sweet romantic novels by five multipublished authors:

RETURN TO RAINBOW ROCK, by Susan Aylworth. A FATHER FOR PHILIP, by Judy Griffith Gill. JENNY'S TURN, by Vanessa Grant. MARRY IN HASTE, by Moyra Tarling. A CHANGE OF PLANS, by Donna K. Weaver.


Marcie Carmody feels broken. Wounded by a disastrous relationship, she limps home to Rainbow Rock to heal. Ryan Fields has never felt so broken, separated from his family and the life he planned, redirected to Rainbow Rock. Little can they know of the wounds and healing that will alter both their lives.

A FATHER FOR PHILIP, by Judy Griffith Gill

Eleanor's son Philip needs a father. When his "imaginary" playmate, Jeff, turns out to be David Jefferson—the husband who went missing from Eleanor's life before her son was born—can she accept him back? She knows she still loves him, but why won't he tell her the reason he stayed away seven years?

JENNY’S TURN by Vanessa Grant

Jenny loves working for documentary filmmaker Jake Austin, but after five years doing things Jake's way, she's had enough! The only way to get over Jake is to get out of his life. So she leaves--but fleeing to a Pacific island just south of Alaska isn’t nearly far enough!

MARRY IN HASTE by Moyra Tarling

Years ago Evan Mathieson broke Jade Adams’ heart when he ended their engagement. Now he’s back and he needs a wife to help parent his orphaned nephew. Jade can't refuse the man she’s always loved, but will the secret she holds in her heart jeopardize their chance for happiness?

A CHANGE OF PLANS by Donna K. Weaver

Lyn wanted to move on. She just didn't know it would take pirates, shipwreck, and an intriguing surgeon to do it.

1 comment:

Donna K. Weaver said...

Thanks for the shout out, Julie!