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Sunday, August 25, 2013

New giveaway! Now I'm giving away Carolina Reckoning by Lisa Carter (with bonus review!)

About the book:

When 30-something housewife, Alison Monaghan discovers proof of her husband's infidelity in a photograph with a mysterious woman, she must decide how to confront Frank when he returns home from work.

Despite the influence of her best friend Valerie, a strong Christian, Alison remains aloof from God and is determined to handle this crisis her own way. But Alison may not get that chance.

Frank never makes it home. Soon his body is found on a lonely back-country road in antebellum Weathersby Historic Park where Frank served on the board of directors and where Alison, with a degree in landscape design, was a volunteer garden docent. Homicide detective Mike Barefoot, a Cherokee native from the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, immediately puts Alison at the top of his suspect list. He finds himself drawn to her—and not just because she had motive for the crime.

As an army veteran, Mike usually keeps his emotional walls high. And as a detective, he knows not to get involved with murder suspects. So why he is so attracted to Alison? Can he fight his feelings for her—and the stirrings in his heart toward God?


And now for the question(s)... What do you think about a romance developing between a suspect and an investigator? Romantic or convoluted? Why to you think that?

A winner will be selected using "The Hat" randomizer program next weekend.

5 comments:

Jean said...

I think it could possibly be romantic, depending on how the relationship is portrayed. It could evolve, based on the amount of time that each are forced to spend with one another.

Thank you for the opportunity of possibly winning this book.

Jean
West Palm Beach, FL

Victoria Zumbrum said...

I think it would be romantic. You can't help who you fall in love with. Thanks for the giveaway. Please enter me. Tore923@aol.com

windycindy said...

I think it could be both romantic and convoluted! To me, it depends
on the brevity of the suspect's supposed crime and then whether he is a sociopath, innocent or if guilty, remorseful!
Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Boos Mum said...

I think it romantic. Especially since the hero will be torn. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

sweetdarknectar at gmail dot com

Michelle Sutton said...

and the winner is... Boos Mum

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