I know. I'm pretty excited about making those words work too ;)
Eh-hem...anyway...As the blog hop will be linking on Fridays, and Fridays are typically my Bookshelf Friday day, I may or may not always link. Or, possibly, I'll try and be as brilliant as I was this week and make it all work together. LOL. We'll see.
But let's get back to this week. I want to talk with you about Linda Glaz, my amazing agent, and a few of her books. The two I chose to put on today are her latest releases--one in a full length, one in a short novella. Here's the blurbs and we'll chat on the other side:)
The Substitute Bride:
Dazed and confused from a railway accident, Rebecca Layne finds herself saying "I do" to the handsome stranger who claims to be her betrothed. But as feelings for Jared blossom, the mysteries of her past threaten to unravel her life at the seams. Only when the truth is finally revealed can this marriage of convenience ever become a true union of love.
While I haven't had the chance to read The Substitute Bride yet, I have read Miss Fishfly. The only complaint I have with that story is I wish it had been longer! Miss Fishfly is an afternoon read with fun characters who I'd love to have known even better. Still, if you only have a short hour or two to dedicate to a book, it's the perfect match for you.
Both are available on Amazon here and here. The Substitute Bride released on Kindle just yesterday and will release in book form on the sixth. If you want to know more about Linda and her books, check her out at her blog, here.
As for the Blog Hop, there's a lot of other great posts going on this Friday--check them out!
Hi Susan. Thanks for jumping on the blog hop! I don't have the pattern quite figured out yet, so I'm not sure what next week's letter will be. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, and you need to click on the "click here to enter" at the bottom of your post and fill it out. That way you'll show up in the blog hop list on everyone else's posts.Delete
Lol! And thanks!! I'll do that:) I thought I was set--so thanks for letting me know.ReplyDelete
Hi Susan! Great post. I just finished reading Linda's The Substitute Bride a couple days ago.ReplyDelete
I need to pick it up! My TBR pile is about to topple over:)Delete
I've fallen a little behind in my summer reading :( It seems all the fun books have been trumped with pregnancy books. I'd much rather read about cute guys and romances than my ever expanding waistline.ReplyDelete
Sigh. The apostrophe problem is rampant today. J'nellDelete
LOL - that darn apostrophe:) And CONGRATS! This is a season that deserves to be celebrated...those romance books will be around when you're up at night with that little baby:)Delete
Linda is an amazing lady and a WONDERFUL writer. Really need to pick up Substitute Bride.ReplyDelete
She IS! I can't wait to read SB. Finding that balance b/t reading and writing right now is tough!Delete
I loved Miss Fishfly and can hardly wait to read the Bride one! Nice post!ReplyDelete
Thanks Karla:) I really, really liked MF...so wish I could've seen more of them both. I loved all the characters!Delete
Very nice! I am going to have to add these two book to my "Books I Need to Read" list...or selection...yeah, that's it. ;-]ReplyDelete
HA! You'll love them. My TBR pile is ever-growing, but these are worth the addition:)Delete
Awww, thanks for all the kind words, Susan!ReplyDelete
Truly loved Miss Fishfly:) I think that book needs an expansion pack! LOLDelete
Thanks for the great reviews. I look forward to adding both books to my reading list.ReplyDelete
The Substitute Bride looks like my kind of book! Thank you for introducing me to the author and her books. : )ReplyDelete