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Rebuilding Hearts Release Week Fun

Rebuilding Hearts by Carolyn Miller: Release Week Party

Who knew a bank robbery could show a girl that good guys still exist?

Tim Franklin. Quiet, shy, almost incapable of speaking to a girl, and a budding horticulturist. Oh, and he survived a bank robbery five years ago, not to mention its resulting trauma.

Bookworm Bella Dwyer just wants to feel safe, and Tim’s actions during the robbery made her believe there might be guys who live up to her fictional heroes. Trouble is, a chance with Tim seems as remote as this year’s celebrity heartthrob.

Instead, she settled for a relationship with a guy who’s commitment-phobic.

So when Bella encounters Tim on tiny Sparrow Island, the challenges of her past and present collide, and she questions whether there really is a future with a man who can’t commit.

In a leap of faith, Bella dumps her boyfriend, even before shy-guy Tim can make a move. But in wanting to live by faith and conquer fear, has she made the right choice, or are her hopes for freedom and a future destined to fail?

Read the next Sparrow Island novel in the Independence Islands Series featuring five islands, six authors, and a boatload of happily-ever-afters.

The Independence Islands Series: beach reads aren’t just for summer anymore.

Buy your copy HERE

Party!!

For today’s party, Carolyn asked us to answer one simple question.

What is your favorite book?

I laughed and laughed and laughed some more.

One book? Like…just one?

I’m not sure I can pick one per genre, much less one to encompass all the reading that I can call a favorite.

I’ll give it the good old college try, though. Honestly, it’s been months since I knew I was going to have to answer this question. I’m no closer to having an answer now than I was then.

Okay. I just went and stared at my bookshelves for the longest time. The one that speaks to me the most is Just Let Go by Courtney Walsh. It was the first Courtney Walsh book I ever read (I know! I was late to the game!) and it’s one that I find myself thinking about all the time. The characters are so well rounded and multi-dimensional.

I love the emotion that comes through on every page and how the characters have to actually work through problems and conflict to reach the happily ever after.

Giveaway!

Enter for your chance to win a $5 Amazon gift card and a copy of the book, Rebuilding Hearts.

Enter HERE

For more chances to win, check out the other author’s pages.

Carolyn Miller: June 28

Chautona Havig: June 29

Melissa Wardwell: June 30

Kari Trumbo: July 1

Rachel Skatvold: July 2

Tabitha Bouldin: July 3

Sandy Barela: July 4

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