Thursday, October 6, 2016

Spotlight and Giveaway: The "Montana Bound" series

Today we're featuring all three books in Linda Bradley's "Montana Bound" series. Linda has TWO e-book sets to give away!

Maggie's Way

Middle-aged, Maggie Abernathy just wants to recuperate from cancer during the solitude of summer vacation after a tiresome year of teaching second grade. Maggie’s plans are foiled when precocious seven-year-old, Chloe McIntyre moves in next door with her dad, John. Maggie’s life changes in a way she could never imagine when the pesky new neighbors steal her heart. With Maggie’s grown son away, her ex-husband in the shadows, her meddling mother’s unannounced visits, and Chloe McIntyre on her heels, somehow Maggie’s empty house becomes home again.

“Linda Bradley’s fresh voice will keep readers riveted from beginning to end. Bradley delivers a heart-warming story full of disarming honesty and beautiful drama…This one stands out!”
-Jane Porter, New York Times and USA Today best selling author

"Maggie's Way is a heart-warming tale of love and loss, fear and friendship. With charming characters and a moving plot, Linda Bradley's debut gently reminds us that it's never too late for second chances."
-Lori Nelson Spielman, International Best Seller, Author of The Life List and Sweet Forgiveness

Maggie's Fork in the Road

Maggie Abernathy learns that pesky neighbors, John and Chloe McIntyre are moving to Montana. The only problem is…she can't fathom living without them now that they've stolen her heart. While trying to digest the news and accept John's decision to leave Michigan, Maggie ventures to Chicago with Chloe to see Chloe's Hollywood mother in a photo shoot, where the three kindle a quirky bond making it even harder to say goodbye. With the support of Maggie's meddling mother, best friend Judy, and a surprise visit from Montana rancher, Winston Ludlow McIntyre, Maggie begins to wonder which fork in the road leads home.

"Superb writing once again from this author. Her way with words is magical. Linda's characters come alive, jump out of the book and grab you in. I have grown attached to Maggie, John, Chloe and Glad and I am going to miss them...Book 3 can't come soon enough!"
-Roni Hall, author of Montana Wild

Maggie's Montana

Maggie Abernathy, best friend Judy, and Judy’s two young sons travel cross country to visit John McIntyre and daughter Chloe at their Montana ranch. Maggie’s convinced herself that she’s only making the trip to fulfill her promise to visit Chloe, but once there she can’t help but fall in love with the horses, the land, the ranch, and the Montana ways of life. With Chloe’s loving antics, Winston’s gift, and a handful of wranglers showing her the ropes will Maggie have the heart to say goodbye?

"Guaranteed to touch your heart...Maggie's Montana is a must read for women's fiction lovers. Linda Bradley's writing sings in this beautifully crafted, warm and funny story about the bonds of love and friendship."
-Kim Boykin, author of The Wisdom of Hair and Palmetto Moon

Linda Bradley's inspiration comes from her favorite authors and life itself. She has an Associates Degree in Interior Design and a Master’s Degree in Reading and Language Arts with undergraduate work in Elementary Education and Fine Arts. Linda has two grown sons and lives with her husband and rescue dog in Royal Oak, Michigan.You can follow her at her websiteFacebook, and Twitter

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Giveaway ends October 12th at midnight EST.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting me, Melissa! I'm looking forward to seeing who wins the giveaway. Wishing everyone a great day! :)

Janine said...

I would want to move to a beach town. Any beach town will do, but one in Hawaii would be preferable.

Annette Rochelle Aben said...

I'd most likely relocate to Traverse City, MI because it is absolutely beautiful there!

Rita Wray said...

I would move to Lake Tahoe, NV.

Linda Kish said...

I would like to move to San Diego for the great weather and fun things to do.

Mary Preston said...

I'd move to London. Heard great things & I speak the language.

susieqlaw said...

Honolulu for the weather and beauty.

bn100 said...

Paris would be fun

Unknown said...

Even after watching Hurricane Matthew destroy my favorite beach, I'd still love to live in Hilton Head, SC. It's close to 2 beautiful cities, Charleston and Savannah.