Silver Bracelets is a cute, fun story about teacher Ashley Swensen and police officer Benny Lopez. Their first meeting ends in disaster when Ashley’s accident makes her the laughing stock of social media.
Despite her annoyance with the handsome officer, Ashley finds herself falling for him. Benny is also smitten with Ashley and decides to ask her out. Yet, chaos ensues as they begin their relationship.
This was a fun story, I loved the characters and not only did it offer plenty of romance, but there were also some humorous parts as well.
Greetings, one and all!
If you’ve been following along this past week and a half you probably already know that this is the day that everything has been leading to.
During day one we introduced you to the ingredient of Purpose. Adonis Mann brought up, “Express-Oh”.
Day two we took a look at Commitment via Carol Cassada’s contribution, “Not Always Like This”.
On day three it was all about Consequences; we delved deep into this ingredient via Harmony Kent’s story, “The Fireman”.
Day four examined Love with Beem Weeks’ tale, “The Complications of Fire”.
Day five was overtaken by the ingredient of Reinvention as told by C. Desert Rose’s story, “Calliope’s Inferno”.
Day six told us that Tenacity was an important ingredient no matter what the circumstance through Y. Correa’s, “Moxy”.
Day seven touched on how the ingredient of Risk can be as scolding as any through Synful Desire’s, “Antipode”.
Day eight cleverly showed how Conviction was as good ingredient as any to keep the fire roaring. Da’Kharta Rising showed us how in “The Chronicles of Aidan”.
And last but never-ever least, Queen of Spades indubitably demonstrated how Empathy is the most powerful of ingredients when maintaining our soul’s fire burning in, “The Calefaction of Insight”.
Now that the picture has become clear and Inferno’s stew is bubbling, come serve yourself us a bowl. Come get your copy of, “Concordant Vibrancy 4: Inferno”.
Welcome to my stop on the Hush by Leanna Sain blog tour! This is an exciting new suspense that you’re going to want to get your hands on. Read on for a bit about the book, some sneak peeks and inside insight, and a giveaway. Be sure to stick around for the whole tour for more fun tidbits and daily chances at extra entries(there will be a new question on the form each day!). Don’t forget to join the release event on Facebook here.
Lacey Campbell dreams murders before they happen.
The night she dreams of a man strangling a young woman while crooning the lullaby “Hush, Little Baby,” she tries to convince herself it doesn’t mean anything. The next day she’s horrified to learn her dream was reality. Then she dreams the second murder….
Detective Ford Jamison is called in to help the local police, and he soon has a working theory about the murders. His belief that the killer is using the lullaby as a “blueprint” to target women who resemble Lacey, doesn’t slow the killings. Lacey is now afraid to fall asleep at night because the next face she sees in her dream might be her own.
As a hurricane churns ever closer to the little coastal town, danger and suspicion spins out of control. Time is running out. Can they stop the killer before the last verse of the lullaby?
North Carolina native, Leanna Sain, earned her BA from the University of South Carolina, then moved back to her beloved mountains of western NC. Her Southern romantic suspense or “GRIT-lit,” showcases her plot-driven method of writing that successfully rolls the styles of best-selling authors Mary Kay Andrews, Nicholas Sparks, and Jan Karon into a delightfully hybrid form that is all her own. Her books have stacked up numerous awards, from Foreword Magazine’s Book-of-the-Year to the Clark Cox Historical Fiction Award from the North Carolina Society of Historians. She loves leading discussion groups and book clubs. For more information or to contact her, visit: www.LeannaSain.com
Years ago, an accident robbed Jessie Smith’s mobility. It also stole her mother and alienated her from her father. When Jessie’s high school sweetheart Matt Jansen proposes, her parents’ absence intensifies her worry that she cannot hold on to those she loves.
With a wedding fast approaching, Jessie’s grandfather Homer has a goal to find the perfect dress for “his Jessie,” one that would allow her to forget, even if for a moment, the boundaries of her wheelchair. But financial setbacks and unexpected sabotage hinder his plans.
Determined to heal from her past, Jessie initiates a search for her father. Can a sliver of hope lead to everlasting love when additional obstacles—including a spurned woman and unpredictable weather—highjack Jessie’s dream wedding?