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Monday, April 11, 2016

GRAND FINALE for Dark Memories by Linda Hope Lee

Understanding glimmered in his dark eyes. “Okay, I get it. You’re afraid to go off with a stranger, right? 
Don’t blame you. Can’t be too careful these days. But, let me introduce myself, and then we won’t be strangers anymore.
We hope you enjoyed reading the first chapter of Dark Memories and its reviews! If you missed any, go back and check them out...


Published: March 25th, 2016 

Held responsible for a student's tragic death, teacher Deborah Kent was fired from an exclusive girls' school in Fairfield, Vermont and left town in disgrace. Now, she’s back in Fairfield with the intention of operating a bed and breakfast from her guardian's Victorian home. When threatening notes indicate someone isn’t happy with her return, Deborah suspects her student’s death was no accident. The man she turns to is the one least likely to help. 

Horse breeder Milo Jordan has long harbored anger toward the woman he blames for his younger sister's death. Too many questions have gone unanswered, but now Deborah appears to hold the key to the truth. Can he put aside his anger, and his growing attraction, and work with her to solve the puzzle of the deadly event?

"This hooked me right from the start. . . . I liked Deborah and Milo and how they have to work together to solve the mystery and learn to forgive along the way. I thought the mystery was well done, I like trying to figure out who the bad guy is and being surprised in the end." - Bookworm Nation - Review

"The author definitely tries to give you a sense that everyone is guilty so you don't know who it really is but suspect everyone. There are a lot of people to suspect with possible motives. . . . This book was clean and I really appreciate that." - Getting Your Read On - Review

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About the author:
Linda Hope Lee writes contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and mysteries.

She enjoys traveling especially to small towns in search of story ideas.

She's also an artist, specializing in watercolor, pen and ink, and colored pencil. Photography provides inspiration for both her writing and her art.

She lives in the Pacific Northwest, where many of her stories are set.


Unknown said...

Sounds like a great read . I love the cover . Thank you for the chance .

Unknown said...

Love the colors in the book art! :) Definitely added it to my TBR.

dangerpatel said...

cover seems promising & suits the title.decent description.

Juana said...

I would love to read this story. I also like the book cover.

Judy Thomas said...

I love the cover and it sounds awesome!

debbie said...

I love the cover. It looks sunsational and love the beach feel and the book sounds intriguing

Danielle merkle said...

Sounds interesting, thank you for the giveaway!

gregory said...

Thanks for competition!