Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Book Cover Reveal of Condemn Me Not by Heather Moore

I am thrilled to announce the 
cover reveal of 
USA Today Bestselling Author 
Heather B. Moore's 
Yes, I get to show you this absolutely breathtaking cover!

CONDEMN ME NOT releases 
March 14th, 2017!

Preorder links ebook / paperback

Are you ready to see the cover of this book that I can't wait to read?

Here it is!

Want to learn more about Heather's incredible books? Visit her website here:

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Diamond Rings Are Deadly Things Available for Free Download

It's only the first week of December, but I wanted to make sure you had time to enjoy your Christmas gift from me this year, so I'm giving it to you early! The first book in my bestselling Wedding Planner Mystery Series is available in ebook for free right now in the Kindle store. You can get Diamond Rings Are Deadly Things free right here until Dec 9th at 10pm MST. Feel free to share this gift with your friends, they can download their very own copy too!

And a special bonus is that the rest of the series is on special too! Veils and Vengeance is on sale for only 99 cents and Proposals and Poison is also on sale now right here!
Grab your copies before this special free download and sale ends!
Happy Holidays! May your days be full of great books and happy memory-making!

Friday, December 2, 2016

$300 Holiday Cash Giveaway Just in Time for Christmas Shopping

Are you finished with your Christmas shopping? No? Me either, but I have something that might help you get motivated! How about a $300 Holiday cash giveaway? These are fun and if you've been following me, you'll already have a few entries. Scroll down to thee very bottom of the rafflecopter and you'll see where you can sign up for my newsletter, receive a free book and get an extra entry!
So read the deets and enter to win!

Holiday Cash Giveaway
$300 Holiday Cash Giveaway – December 1st to 21st
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Thursday, December 1, 2016

A Different Look at WWII in Winter Sky by Chris Stewart

I love reading historical fiction written with strong plot lines that pull me into the story and help me feel how it might have been to live through actual events. I especially love reading about World War II and in his new book, Winter Sky, Chris Stewart has opened a door to shed light on an aspect of WWII that isn't as well-known. The Polish resistance fighters were an incredible facet to a horrible war and I'd never heard about their efforts before this book. This book is a work of fiction, but Stewart knows his stuff and interweaves fact with his fiction to create a compelling setting and storyline.
Rachelle's thoughts on this book:
I enjoyed this book. It was a quick read at only 177 pages but it pulled me in and had me rooting for the main characters. I enjoyed the suspense of the story as Lucas struggled to recover from injuries and make tough choices as well as the connections to family that comes full-circle in this story. If you've read Chris Stewart before then you'll recognize his writing style of moving quickly from different viewpoints and how his scenes sometimes appear as snippets that push the throttle of the book forward. He doesn't dwell too long in one place and you'll likely finish the book hoping for a sequel just like me. If you haven't read Chris Stewart, then this is an excellent place to start and I'd highly recommend the Great and Terrible Series.
For Winter Sky, I would have liked to see some author notes in the back of the book with details about his research and how he chose this story, mostly because I'd never heard of the Polish resistance fighters before this book. If this book is a stand-alone, then an epilogue would have been nice because the ending is abrupt while still providing closure.

More about the book:
In a bombed-out Polish village during World War II, a young resistance fighter finds that he is suddenly alone and trapped between two opposing armies. He is one of Poland’s “Devil’s Rebels” fighting desperately to save his homeland, but an injury has erased his memory and his only possession is a torn photograph of a couple he assumes are his parents. The woman appears to be holding the hand of a young child whose image has been ripped off. Could this be him?

Caught in the crosshairs of the retreating German army and the advancing Russian forces, the village holds nothing but destruction and despair until a mysterious young woman offers a small glimmer of hope that may represent his last chance – news of a refugee train departing from a nearby town, headed for American installations at the border.

But complications arise when the resistance fighter is betrayed by his own countryman and hunted by German SS officers who are determined to kill him before they retreat. Desperately searching for a home and family he can’t remember, he is persuaded to rescue two children who are doomed to die without his help. But as time runs out, the former rebel is faced with an impossible choice. Standing at the crossroads of saving himself or risking his life for strangers, what would motivate a young man at the brink of salvation to make one more sacrifice?

New York Times Best-selling author Chris Stewart has created a powerful, soul-moving story of compassion and hope against all odds, set against the true-life backdrop of Eastern Poland and the courageous efforts of the “Devil’s Rebels” in the waning months of World War II.

I received a review copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.


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