Friday, September 4, 2015

Labor of Love Blog Hop

From sweet to dark, divas of romance work their fingers to the bone for your reading pleasure in the Labor of Love Bloghop from 9/4-9/6. Come join me and enter to win a Kindle with new, heart-pounding titles just for you!

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Happily ever afters only come after heart-breaking work, and this Labor Day weekend, we are celebrating our written labors of love by giving our readers a chance to win a brand-spankin' new Kindle with our personal bests. That's right, you could win all of our books! Aren't you excited? We are! So here's your chance, just click the link below to enter our giveaway:

Here is my offer for the giveaway - an ecopy of my book, The Scent of Humanity.

Lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice. In theory. But in one small town, in one family, that theory is put to the test. 

Growing up in a rural town in Massachusetts was supposed to be safe, but for SILVIE CHILDS, that safety was shattered by a kidnapping attempt that forever changed her life. Now, nearly twenty years later, that sense of safety is challenged again by the kidnapping attempt on her young niece, and Silvie is left struggling with one question: How can something like this happen twice in one family? 

It is a dilemma shared by NICK FAHEY, the detective assigned to the case. Arriving on the scene of the abduction attempt, Nick expects to run a routine investigation. Until he meets the victim, the niece of a woman he once considered a dear friend. Unfortunately, these days Silvie Childs can barely stand the sight of him. 

Once there was a time when Silvie Childs worshipped Nick Fahey, believing he could do no wrong. Until the accident that nearly killed her brother; the accident that Nick reportedly caused. Coming on the heels of her own near abduction, the accident skewed Silvie’s ability to trust men – especially Nick. But now, with the attempt on her niece’s safety, Silvie finds herself in the untenable position of having to trust Nick to bring the kidnapper to justice. 

That trust is severely tested when, after only two months, the case is closed for lack of new evidence. Feeling betrayed by the system in which she works as a paralegal and by Nick, Silvie takes matters into her own hands. Contacting local news stations to generate interest in the case, allowing herself to be filmed hanging sketches of the suspect on telephone poles, she will risk her own safety to protect that of her niece. When her efforts re-open the wounds of her past, she is once again forced to put her trust in the one man who still has the power to hurt her – Nick

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  1. Wow. Your book sounds so intense.

    1. Thank you, Nana! You are my winner! Please message me privately at Margay1122ATgmailDOTcom and tell me where I can send a copy!

  2. My labor of love would have to be our house. We were fortunate enough to have Habitat for Humanity choose our family to build a house specifically made for our girls' special needs. My husband spent over 1500 hours making sure everything was just right. So our house may look a little funny to others but it is perfect for our girls. He knows were every piece is and had a hand in just about every aspect.

  3. Your cover is amazing and the book sounds like it would suck a reader in. but lightning does strike twice in one place more often than we think - even in real life situations

  4. Awesome cover and great excerpt, Margay Leah! Thank you for sharing in the blog hop and wishing you a great Labor Day!

  5. Thanks for the excerpt and Happy Hop!

  6. Thanks for hopping! Happy Labor Day!

  7. Thank you, everyone, for stopping by and commenting - it is much appreciated! Now go forth and read. ;-)