Thanks for checking out our newest feature...Books of the Week! There are seven of us and we can't keep up with the many review requests we receive, even though we'd love to read everything sent our way. Therefore, we have decided to give some books their time in the spotlight and introduce you to them through this new blog feature. We will be featuring two books a week. We hope you will take the time to check these books out. (Click the titles to find them on Amazon.) If you read them and want to write a guest blogger review for us, please e-mail us and we'll be glad to work with you!
Authors: We will let you know whether or not we'll be able to review your book upon your request, and hope you'll be interested in this feature as an alternative.
“What the Heck, Dec?”
By Elizabeth Dudak
Marti Karnawski fidgets in the front office of Noteah Middle School anxious to land her first teaching position, not a man. Yet one casual glance at Declan Reed - the droolicious candidate waiting to be interviewed for the school’s social worker position - and she can’t help but fall head over heels in crush. Her infatuation for the man with the bad boy looks and cocky attitude grows as they begin to work together. The fact Declan returns Marti's interest, despite the other woman on his arm, poses a problem. Marti spent a lifetime trying to forgive a philandering father and understanding a mother in constant denial. She will not be the other woman - not even for one Declan Reed. Now all she has to do is convince her heart.
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By Tricia Merritt
When Alannah Greer’s brother Zach is killed in a senseless hit-and-run accident in Hong Kong, she grieves but has no reason to suspect something more may be involved. But when she escapes a catastrophic plane crash on the way to his memorial service—by reappearing in the Seattle airport not long before she left—she has new questions and suspicions about Zach’s death. “Remember Tomorrow” is a high-speed race from Seattle to Hong Kong… and through the fabric of time itself.
“Remember Tomorrow” is 99 cents for Kindle.