Now that the Summer Book Trek is over, it’s time to get back to our usual monthly prizes.
A big thank you to our Prize Sponsors! Please take a moment to learn more about this month’s wonderfully generous sponsors.
Castles on the Sand by E.M. Tippetts
Madison Lukas knows her place in the world. She’s not pretty, not interesting, and therefore easy to forget.
John Britton has been praying for fifteen years to find the sister he lost in his parents’ divorce. She is beautiful, talented, and makes kindness a fine art.
When John and Madison cross paths, he recognizes her at once, but Madison is certain that he’s got it all wrong. Even if she is his long-lost sister, she can’t possibly be the exceptional, amazing girl he thinks she is, can she?
E.M. Tippetts: I write chick lit as E.M. Tippetts and science fiction as Emily Mah. I got my start in writing at the Clarion West Writer’s Workshop for Science Fiction and Fantasy.
I am originally from New Mexico, have a bachelors in philosophy, politics, and economics from Oxford University, and a juris doctorate in business law from UCLA. I also design jewelry (and no, that doesn’t fit in with any of the other stuff I’ve listed here.) Currently, I live in London while my husband does his PhD.
The Guy Next Door by Kate Palmer
On the surface, Eva Black’s life seems practically perfect. The small-town kindergarten teacher is set to wed ambitious lawyer Sean Langley, and their plans for a dream wedding are well underway. Eva accepts that she will soon live life in the spotlight as a member of the prestigious Langley family, but can she overlook her fiance’s tendency to dominate the details of her life and push the limits of her standards?
Mere weeks before the wedding, Eva is thrown into a traumatic, life-changing event that changes her view of family commitment and creates a sharp contrast between her ideals and Sean’s. With her engagement to Sean in jeopardy, Eva finds herself relying on the support and encouragement of Peter, her kind and attentive next-door neighbor. Faced with a choice between her penitent fiance and the increasingly mysterious Peter, Eva is unprepared for the consequences—and peril—that come with her decision.
Kate Palmer began her career as an elementary school teacher, but was soon promoted to fulltime mom. She is the mother of six living in the country. Her husband is trying to teach her to be a farm girl. She can’t saddle a horse, but she knows how to butcher a chicken. After a day of chasing children, cooking meals, and doing laundry, she likes to escape into a good book.
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7 thoughts on “September 2012 Prize Sponsors”
I won The Guy Next Door during the Summer Book Trek and it is a fabulous book. I will admit it was a little slower paced in the beginning but the twists and turns at the end had me staying up late to find out who the bad guy was and why the neighbor had so many secrets! I thought I had it all figured out but I was wrong in the end. I highly recommend this book for anyone who likes a suspense type book with a little romance.
Both works sound like excellent reads and I look forward to reading them.
Woohoo, those look like great new books to read!
Love to find new books and new authors to read!
I just finished The Guy Next Door!
When I first started this book I thought it was going to be a romance story…and it is…but SO MUCH MORE!
I really liked it!
Both of these sound intriguing and I’d love to read them!
I am so glad to come across this site. I hope to win so I can expand my LDS author reading!
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