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Friday, May 19, 2017

Grand Finale for Famous in a Small Town (Slippery Rock #1) by Kristina Knight

We are taking 10% of the proceeds from the Slippery Rock series to provide Sweet Cases from TogetherWeRise to foster children in our area. In 'Famous', Savannah was a foster child who was adopted at the age of 7 by the Walters family; she was dirty, had ill-fitting clothes and nothing else. The trauma in her early life causes her to act out, even into her adult years...right up until the moment she decides to come home. The trauma she faced in the book is so similar to the trauma that foster children face every day, all over the United States. - Launch - Note from the Author

Description:

Published: May 1st, 2017

Lifestyles of the small-town famous

Forced to leave Nashville after a scandal, Savannah Walters has come home to Slippery Rock, Missouri, with a bruised ego and her singing career in jeopardy. As if that isn't humiliating enough, on her way into town she's rescued by her swoon-worthy childhood crush, Collin Tyler.

His hands are full running the family orchard and dealing with his delinquent teen sister, so Collin doesn't need to get involved with someone as fiery and unpredictable as Savannah. But the intense attraction between them can't be denied. And when disaster strikes, they'll both be surprised by who's still standing when the dust settles.

"Such a good read!
It takes a while to figure out what exactly Savannah’s deal is–which is a bit frustrating at first, but once we have the whole story? It finally makes sense, and from that point on–all the feels."Becky on Books - Review

"If you love a good small town romance, then this one’s for you. Even though there are some adult situations in the book, I would recommend reading it with a box of tissues. You won’t be disappointed." Christian Suspense Author Mary Alford - Review

"Utterly romantic, swoon-worthy and lovely with amazing characters, intriguing and captivating plot and a knack for engaging the reader. I loved it and would recommend it to everyone."Booklove - Review

"Good read. Liked the characters and story flow. Entertaining and fun to read." Granny Loves to Read - Review

"A sweet story of finding a sense of belonging even when life doesn’t go the way you want. The characters are enjoyable and carry the story to a happy fruition. A little slow in places, but overall a deep and meaningful read!"Thoughts of a Blonde - Review

We hope you enjoyed the tour! If you missed any of the stops, go back and check them out...
About the author:
Once upon a time, Kristina Knight spent her days running from car crash to fire to meetings with local police--no, she wasn't a troublemaker, she was a journalist. Her career took her all over the United States, writing about everything from a serial killer's capture to the National Finals Rodeo. Along the way, she found her very own Knight in Shining Cowboy Boots and an abiding love for romance novels. And just like the characters from her favorite books, she's living her own happily ever after.

Kristina writes sassy contemporary romance novels; her books have appeared on Kindle Best Seller Lists. She loves hearing from readers, so drop her a line!

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- 1 winner will receive a Prize Pack with a signed copy of FIRST LOVE AGAIN, swag and other fun items
- Prize pack for US residents only, if international winner is pulled then they will receive a $25 gift card instead
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5 comments:

Jolanda LovestoRead said...

It looks and sounds great!

Kim hansen said...

Sounds like a good read.

Kathy Davis said...

I'm so excited to have a new read.

Nikolina said...

This book sounds like something I'd really enjoy reading, thank you for sharing!

Jan Lee said...

I love that some of the proceeds will go to help foster children in their situations. As a prior caseworker for Human Services, I know the need, and thank you for doing this :) I also would love to read the book :)