Wednesday, August 23, 2017

The Last Romance Awareness Month Giveaway!


This has been such a fun month to read new romance authors. And I loved giving away copies of some of my favorite books in the Proper Romance line!

Today I'm giving away a print copy of my romance, Love's Broken Road and a $10 Amazon gift card. This story is about two wounded souls who have a second chance at love. (And the next book in the series comes out in October!)

Be sure to scroll down and enter to win!


Here's the back copy:

After surviving an abusive marriage, Victoria Newel needs a clean slate for herself and her son. Taking a job as a math teacher, she moves across the country to the small town of Lincoln, Utah, where no one knows her and she can start over. However, her new colleague, Drew Dalton, offers her friendship and maybe something more. But has her heart healed enough that she could trust again?

Drew Dalton lost his wife to cancer years ago and he locked his heart away, throwing himself into his teaching job. But when Victoria Newel starts working at the high school, she awakens something in him that he never thought he’d feel again. Her gentle nature and quiet strength draws him to her, but it’s obvious she’s hiding something in her past from him. Can he open his heart to a woman who harbors so many secrets of her own?



24 comments:

Alyson said...

This book is so good!! Thanks for doing another great giveaway.

julie said...

If money were no object, I'd live in Hawaii! Oh, how I want to go there someday!

Brooke said...

I haven't read this!Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Brooke said...

If money were no object,I would live in the San Diego area.

Emily F said...

I love this book! I'd love a print copy! If money wasn't an issue, I'd probably live in Hawaii, with a vacation house in Park City.

Mary Preston said...

I'd live somewhere near the ocean.

Lynette said...

I'd love to live in Afton, Wyoming!

Heidi Robbins said...

I'd live in a beach house in Southern CA!

Mara H. said...

I would live somewhere in Utah. Close to a lot of temples and author's whose books I love.

Johnny's Girl said...

In some sleepy town in Canada near the Ocean.

Ria said...

I'm conflicted. I love the Oregon coast but need to have warmth. So I have to live somewhere warm but visit the coast often. Maybe own a beach house for those frequent visits.

The Allen Family said...

While I'd love to visit so many other places, I think I'd truly love to stay and live in Utah. I want all 4 seasons.
Dezi A

Adrienne said...

I think I'd stay right where I am...visiting other places would be great but I'm quite happy with my home here in Utah.

VanG said...

I would choose to stay where I am. North Carolina is a beautiful state, and we can enjoy both the mountains and the beach. You are a new-to-me author, and I would dearly love to win this giveaway. Thank you for the chance to do so. 😊

Angela Burton said...

I haven't read that one yet. I would love to read it

Lori said...

oh wow, I think I would move to Hawaii
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Linda Romer said...

I think I would head over to Scotland for a long visit. Thank you

Lisa And Randy said...

Would love to ad this one. I would probably stay where I am, although at times I do think about moving back to Utah, especially now that my girls are both there. Thanks for the giveaways.

Heather said...

Western Montana. Beautiful scenery, friendly people, and perfect summer temperatures! I love all of the snow, too.

Tammy Nelson said...

some place warm year round!

Danielle Ipson said...

I would love to live in Germany for a time and learn about my ancestors. Honestly I would love to buy a lot of land where I am and build a self sufficient farm...

Matt Fry said...

I don't want to move... but if I had to it would probably be the East Coast. I really want to win this though!! Yay!

Matt Fry said...

P.S. I don't know why this posted under my husband's account, but this is Nicole Fry :)

Deanne Patterson said...

I would live in Pennsylvania where I am. The state is beautiful and rich in history.