Thursday, October 30, 2014

Cleaning Out My Shelves-Two Paperback Books by Elizabeth Ludwig Giveaway

 I have been going through my book shelves and I figured a fun way to clean them out was to have a little giveaway. 
While I enjoyed the first book the third was not as thrilling. You can read my review here.
The good thing is that most everyone else loved them dearly.


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The Thrill of Romantic Suspense Meets the Romance of 1800s America

Lured by a handful of scribbled words across a faded letter, Cara Hamilton sets off from 1896 Ireland on a quest to find the brother she'd thought dead. Her search lands her in America, amidst a houseful of strangers and one man who claims to be a friend--Rourke Walsh.

Despite her brother's warning, Cara decides to trust Rourke and reveals the truth about her purpose in America. But he is not who he claims to be, and as rumors begin to circulate about an underground group of dangerous revolutionaries, Cara's desperation grows. Her questions lead her ever closer to her brother, but they also bring her closer to destruction as Rourke's true intentions come to light.



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Two years ago, her fiance perished
during their voyage to America.

Now she discovers it may have been murder...

Dreaming of a better life, Tillie McGrath leaves Ireland behind and, with her beloved fiance by her side, sets sail for America. But when illness robs her of the man she holds dear, she's left alone with only a handful of tattered memories. While forging on proves difficult, Tillie soon finds some new friends at her New York boardinghouse, and begins pursuing a new dream--to open a home for orphaned children.

Despite two years passing, Captain Keondric Morgan has never forgotten the lass who left his ship so heartbroken. When a crewman's deathbed confession reveals her fiance's demise was the result of murder, the captain knows he must try to contact her. But his attention draws the notice of others as well--dangerous men who believe Tillie has in her possession something that could expose their crimes. And to their way of thinking, the best way to prevent such an outcome is to seize the evidence and then hand Tillie the same fate as her naïve fiance.

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15 comments:

  1. I really like romantic suspense. The two mixed together are good. Would like to read the books.

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  2. My favorite period is 30's to 50's, I think.

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  3. I love the pioneer days!

    mauback55 at gmail dot com

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  4. I especially enjoy reading about the time surrounding the American Civil War (1860's).

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway!
    rita.navarre@yahoo.com

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  6. I seem to like Medieval a lot and also books about the Chicago World's Fair.

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  7. I think my favorite time would be pioneer or Oregon Trail
    May I wish you a terrific, God-blessed day?
    Chris
    granvilleATfrontiernetDOTnet

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  8. I love romantic suspense, all periods. My daughter is a historical nut.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

    seventysevensusieq[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  9. I love a lot of genres but especially like the Pioneer days and westerns. have some of Elizabeth's books and would love these. Thanks for the give-away.
    Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

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  10. I'll be honest. So far I don't think I have a favorite time period. It is all about the story for me. I used to think I didn't like historical fiction and then I read " In the Shadow of Lions" by Ginger Garrett. I will never pigeonhole myself again. :) Thank you for the opportunity!

    KellysShining(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. I'm reading Tide and Tempest right now, and loving it!

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  12. My favorite time period is the 1800's.

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  13. I usually like books set in the late 1800's. Post Civil War America mostly...

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  14. I love the 1950s and early 60s.

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