April Giveaway

I almost let April slip away without a giveaway. But have no fear, I found the time to add one.

I loved Permelia Cottage by Carole Lehr Johnson. Travel to England and enjoy the quaint village with some unique characters, good food, and secrets.

I’m giving away a copy of Hold Me Close to start a lucky winner on the Revolutionary Faith Series. Join the characters in Charles Town, SC in 1772-73.

Make a comment here for your chance to win one of the two books. Comment by the end of April 25!

What setting in a novel is one of your favorites? England, US, France, an island, etc?

24 thoughts on “April Giveaway

  1. Brenda Dickson

    I enjoy all historical settings but my heart belongs to America first and foremost. I particularly like The Revolutionary War period and the the Civil War period.

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  2. Paty Hinojosa

    I love lots of settings! England and Ireland are some of my favorites. India too… Italy! And the mountains, love that too! Thanks for the chance!

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  3. I can tell just by the cover pictures, these are books I want to read. I think I would say England is my favorite setting for a novel. When reading historical novel’s I love to read about the castles, different types of food they have for tea, and the countryside. That being said, however, I love reading about different places as I almost feel like I can travel through the book and learn about each new place along with the characters in the novel.

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  4. Debra J Pruss

    I am not sure that I can chose one. I love how an author ties the location into the story. Thank you for sharing your time and your talent. God bless you.

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  5. Both books look like fantastic reads. Would love to read and review these books in print format.
    The setting I really like the best are the old time/victorian settings like your books.
    Hope I Win

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  6. Katie Gray

    I am enjoying the book I am currently reading which takes place in 1500’s Germany, with royal families and castles. I also adore your series in 18th century North America.

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  7. Roxanne C.

    My favorite settings for novels are America (aka USA) and England, so if both countries are included in the same story, it’s a bonus.

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  8. Vivian Furbay

    I am reading the fourth book in the series and would love to win Hold me Close. Would love to visit the United Kingdom. I lived in Germany twice for 6 years and was blessed to visit that country and Paris, France.

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