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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

BOOK SPOTLIGHT: In This Life by Christine Brae + GIVEAWAY!

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Welcome back to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers.

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Well, today's the day.
If you have a sweetheart in your life, I sure HOPE you knew this info before now because, yeah...they might not be too thrilled if you forgot the flowers, chocolate, or other red-pink-and-white-item-of-choice for celebration.  Just sayin'...anywho...

Today, we're shining the book spotlight on a title that is sharing in the love fest as it takes us on a journey of the heart.  IS there really ONE PERSON we're meant to be with?  Our other half out there searching, waiting, and anticipating becoming one?  All good questions, and as this title is slated for a read through in the coming weeks, I'm sure I'll see how the beliefs of the ladies and gents in the story manifest throughout the work.  In the mean time, today's spotlight belongs to...

Christine Brae
Vesuvian Books

About the book....How do you know what fate has planned for you? Is there really one person who we are truly meant to be with? In her latest novel, IN THIS LIFE (Vesuvian Books; November 2016), Christine Brae will take readers on an emotional roller coaster, exploring love, fate, and spirituality.

Anna Dillon wants to escape her life in New York City before she starts medical school in the fall. She convinces her best friend, Dante Leola, to take a trip with her to Thailand on a medical mission. They volunteer at an orphanage in a coastal village, recently ravaged by a tsunami. In this village, Anna meets the compassionate and enigmatic Jude Grayson and they are instantly attracted to each other. Their affair is short-lived, and when Anna has to rush home for a family emergency Jude promises her that he’ll stay in touch.

But Anna never hears from him, and she tries desperately to move on.

Five years pass. Anna moves on with Dante and has given up hope that Jude will ever come back into her life. And then one day, on the streets of New York, they come face to face again. Reeling after their chance encounter, Anna learns the life-altering secret of why Jude never kept his promise – and why they can’t be together. But the passion that ignited on that beach in Thailand never died, and it becomes impossible for them to stay a part.

And Dante? Anna begins to discover that the friend whom she grew to love – and trust – has his own secret.


About the author...

After the release of her first two novels, The Light in the Wound and His Wounded Light, [Christine] Brae never imagined that her words would touch so any people. Her third novel, Insipid, is a standalone that was released in June 2014. She lives in Chicago.



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Special thanks to Erica at Meryl L. Moss Media for the chance to bring this spotlight to you!  (THANKS!)  For more information on this title, the author, the publisher, or those tours on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above.  This title is available now via Vesuvian Books, so be on the lookout for it at your favorite brick & mortar or online retailers.

Now, to the BEST PART.  It's time for a CONTEST!  Yes, that's right!  Thanks to the generosity of the gang at Meryl L. Moss Media, you have a CHANCE TO WIN this very title to call your own.  All you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter form below and you're in it to win it!

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Open to U.S. Residents only; no P.O. Boxes please.
Entries will be accepted TODAY through Monday, February 20th, 2017.  Winner will be drawn, contacted, and have 48 hours to respond with their full mailing information to be sent to the promotion team for prize send out.  If no contact is made, a new winner will be chosen. SFIR is not responsible for lost packages/prizes.

Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!


traveler said...

Valentine's Day was minor when I was growing up but changed when I met my husband, although now it is minor again after many years of marriage. After kids and illness etc. it is not as important, but I remember one year when he brought gorgeous flowers which I really appreciated and cheered me up. Totally unexpected. Another year he brought me teas which I always drink and was meaningful.

Unknown said...

I spent six months in the hospital flat on my back with a halo inserted in my skull ps im mot a back sleeper my darling husband never left my side now to me thats what i call love. Happy Valentine's day

SavingsInSeconds said...

My dad sent me roses when I was in middle school. I got so much attention for those...everyone thought they were from a secret boyfriend. Ha!

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