June 19, 2019

Whoo-hoo! Wednesday

.99 Book Sale

So I just got back from a long trip up the New England coast. Maine was just bee-u-ti-ful. Wow! But more about that later. It's time for Whoo-hoo! Wednesday which means a book deal for you. As always, if you have any problems at all, please let me know.

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When Natalie Boyd inherits an old cabin in the north Georgia mountains, she thinks it could be the answer to all of her problems. She’s ready to start over after a heart-breaking divorce, and the cabin on the banks of a river once mined for gold is the perfect hideaway for her new, reclusive life.

No sooner does she settle in, and Natalie realizes that living in the shadow of Good Hope Mountain isn’t what she expected. Her new neighbor, Jonathan Wilby, has plans for his property as soon as winter’s over, and that means noise, traffic, and people. To make things worse, he’s drop-dead gorgeous and could charm the skin off a snake.

Natalie braces herself to do battle over the land and to resist Wilby’s charms, but her healing heart, an incredible discovery, and unexpected friendships along the way bring a gold mine of change she never expected – and just in time for Valentine’s Day.


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I hope you enjoy this month's book!
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Happy reading~
Danielle Thorne
July 29, 2019

The odor of fish permeated the salty air. Kate ignored it, just as she did the bleak stone fort in the distance. She tried not to dwell on what she’d left behind in her short stay in Boston or the sacrifices she’d already made for everyday comforts. As far as she was concerned, the Crown had conquered another world, and true-to-form, it would leave its mark by staining the landscape with stone walls, black cannons, and bright red coats.
She thought about the boy again and looked back with curiosity at the brigantine in the distance. For a moment, it felt like the ship, or perhaps someone from within, was staring back...

1 comment:

Mark Murata said...

Interesting, to start such a story with an unpleasant detail. But it does give us the physical setting.