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Sunday, May 31, 2015

New Release from Victory Tales Press-Be My Always @JudgeYourBook #summerromance

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About the Book:

Five complete sweet to sensual romances from five multi-talented authors in settings that are sure to fill those hot summer nights with romance. There's a tale for everyone. Fans of contemporary stories will enjoy a small town romance, a hot summer suspense, and a tale of second chances. Historical and paranormal fans will be delighted too with a post-civil war story of forgiveness, and a pre-civil war tale with a western show, secrets, and a whole lot of magic.

Included in this Romance Collection:

Random Acts of Kindness by Nan O'Berry 

Dan Rodgers, the local handyman, seems lost without a wife. When Reverend Finlay preaches a sermon on random acts of kindness, Miss Muriel Lowe sets out to find him one. Her intentions focus on Jocelyn Lankford, Rebel's Crossroads librarian. A little maneuvering after service and before long Dan and Jocelyn are an item.

Well suited for one another, Jocelyn is content to allow romance to enter her life until little Charlie West comes clean about Miss Muriel's payment and how he was instructed to run into her in order for her and Dan to meet. Humiliated, Jocelyn has a few choice words for the local busybody, but she doubts that Dan really loves her. 

Can Dan convince her that his love for her is real or will Miss Muriel's matchmaking ruin their budding romance?

A Season to Forgive by Linda Swift 

Enid Sutton is resigned to remaining single and caring for her dictatorial father in the aftermath of the Civil War. When Judge Sutton suffers a heart attack, Enid sends for his estranged son who returns and brings his new family with him.

Ben Taylor arrives to claim his deceased aunt's property and convert the mansion into a school for freedmen but his plans go awry.

Can Enid reconcile her father and brother and find happiness for herself with the idealistic teacher who refuses to admit his love when his venture fails?

The Sherritt and the Sharpshooter by Gerald Costlow 

It's the 1850s pre-Civil War frontier, and Nancy Sherritt is on the run, wanted by the law back in Tennessee for something she didn't do. One hot summer day while searching for something to eat, she encounters a young man named Daniel Weaver – a man who makes a living putting on a traveling Sharpshooter Show. Events get set in motion that require her skills as a Sherritt witch and his skill with a rifle to keep them from a jail cell or worse.

Hometown Flame by Barbara Miller 

Jack Woodruff, a globetrotting techie comes home to take care of his mom and rediscovers his neighbor, Melanie Banks, a girl he knew as a teen. She's a single mom, who has escaped an abusive relationship. She's started a new life and he finds himself falling for the strong and independent woman she's become. This is no teenage crush and if he's correct, Mel feels the same about him. Will their newfound friendship have a chance to flourish when Mel's ex is determined to destroy it all?

Rena's Summer Vacation by Rebecca J. Vickery  

Rena Caldwell heads to River Cove on the banks of the wild Chatooga River for a much-needed vacation and to help her cousin with her business during the Fourth of July holiday.

Travis Benchley needs to beg, plead, or wheedle his way into the lives of two cousins, Rena and Katie Caldwell.

What is behind the handsome man working his way into their lives? When Rena is almost run down by a truck, will the truth come out? Does Rena really want to know who's to blame?

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