Author selling her soul for free. Yes, I know, that’s technically incorrect. I mean, you can’t sell something for free. In explanation, I very maturely say, “Nanny-nanny-boo-boo.”
Okay, it’s that time of year again for me. Summer. It means I’m not homeschooling, but I still have all the kiddos around, usually asking me what they should do because they’re used to having a schedule, and at the moment (I’ll be honest here) I’m throwing food at them three times a day and hoping for the best. Someday I’ll get this raising kids, writing, homeschooling, and not alienating everyone in my life thing down.
Just not today.
So…. With that out of the way:
I will be giving away ten free e-books, $5 gift cards to anyone who can leave me a review on Amazon by August 21st, a $25 gift card to one lucky reviewer, AND five signed paperback copies of Starlight. I’m officially running this on Facebook, if you want to join there, go ahead. Otherwise, just leave me a note in the comment section and I will add you to the giveaway list. Click here to be redirected to Facebook.
Darcy looked at Graham for the first time in months, and realized that her memory had not done him justice. He was gold and bronze, perfect like a statue. His eyes were ice blue. They were eyes that could pierce a man’s resolve, and probably had many times. But not now. Now they assessed her, ice fading to liquid sky…
Lady Darcy MacIntosh is in deep. Her father is obsessed with the demons of his past. Her clan, manipulated, is willing to follow him anywhere. To make matters worse, she is dragging Graham, the one man who cares enough to lose everything, down with her.
Graham Davidson makes it a point to avoid upper class women, but every time he sees Lady Darcy, his imagination plays out all sorts of possible, and even impossible, scenarios. None of them have come to pass, at least not yet, but they’ve left him with a feeling of possession over her, as if they actually have.
Aye, Graham knew all about her father’s strange behavior. He had witnessed it firsthand. To save Darcy meant taking the law in his own hands. But if that was what it took, then so be it…
Peace and love, (Do me a favor and pray I find some, peace that is.)