Monday, March 9, 2015

Weekly Wind-Up: Comment to win Amelia's Legacy by Betty Thomason Owens!

Congratulations to Cathy Elliott who was the winner of last week's giveaway of When Dawn Breaks by Jennifer Slattery!

If you are a winner, please contact us here with your address to claim your prize. 


This Week's Giveaway is:

Amelia's Legacy by Betty Thomason Owens!

It’s the Roaring Twenties, and anything goes.

Orphaned and living with her grandmother since the age of six, Nancy Sanderson desires only her

freedom from her strict grandmother, Amelia Woods Sanderson, who divides her time between Nancy

and a successful career. Her grandmother’s plans include a wealthy, smart, and well-connected young

lawyer named Robert Emerson, who bores Nancy. Instead, she seeks the company of the wild-hearted

Nate Conners. When her rebellion turns deadly and her dalliance with Nate leaves her in trouble, Nancy

turns to Robert, who promises to protect her. But Robert has underestimated Nate’s thirst for revenge. As

hidden truths become known, can Nancy find the strength to forgive herself and gain true and lasting


This giveaway runs through March 21st. Comment on any post between now and then to enter, and remember, the more comments you make, the more entries you earn!

    Winners will be announced in the Weekly Wind-up.

Coming Up This Week:

Monday: Devotion by Norma Gail
Tuesday: Ah, the Victorian by Linda Yezak
Wednesday: Can You Find the Mistake? #Giveaway by Crystal L Barnes
Thursday: Reader reaction by Josie Downey
Friday: Laura Hodges Poole
Saturday: Amber Schamel interview Debbie Costello

We look forward to hanging out with you this week!

 Check out our Prizes Galore Page to see all our giveaways.


  1. Congratulations Cathy.

    "Amelia's Legacy" looks wonderful.

  2. I LOVE the cover of this book! Add historical romantic fiction to the mix and I'm all in

  3. I always enjoy reading about the 20's.

  4. Beautiful cover. Can't wait to read the book.

  5. This sounds like a suspenseful book and good Era. Thanks for the give-away.
    Maxie > mac262(at)me(dot)com <

  6. My cousin was a "Flapper" during the Roaring 20's. She could still do a mean "Charleston" when she was in her 80's.
    Janet E.