Author and friend Heather Burch passed away on July 19. She was one of those people who truly lit up a room. Heather had a big heart with room for everyone and was amazingly kind. Beyond that, she was fun and funny AND she was a USA Today bestselling author. It was too soon to lose this amazing woman.
As a tribute to Heather I would like to offer two of her books as a giveaway.
Heather’s website has this to say about her novels: Her books have garnered praise from USA Today, Booklist Magazine, Romantic Times and Publisher’s Weekly. Heather lives to tell unforgettable stories of love and loss—stories that make your heart sigh. To enter your name for a chance to win, please make a comment on this post.
The books I’ve read are:
One Lavender Ribbon – Can a stack of long-hidden love letters from a WWII war hero inspire a heartbroken woman to love again?
Along the Broken Road – Armed with only a journal and a promise, soldier Ian Carlisle returns home to fulfill his friend’s dying wish: to find the man’s daughter and read her his journal, one page at a time.
Wishing Beach – After a painful divorce from a narcissist, Angela Reed-Baker has taken up residence on the famous Wishing Beach Island, a destination known for granted wishes beneath the mysterious Banyan tree near her beachfront estate. Just as Angela begins to settle in, her life takes an unlikely turn when she discovers a tattered photograph of a young woman among her groundskeeper’s belongings.
These novels features characters with complicated lives, who find the strength to overcome challenges, and find love along the way. I can highly recommended each one.
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M.K. Tod writes historical fiction. Her latest novel is THE ADMIRAL’S WIFE, a dual timeline set in Hong Kong. Mary’s other novels, PARIS IN RUINS, TIME AND REGRET, LIES TOLD IN SILENCE and UNRAVELLED are available from Amazon, Nook, Kobo, Google Play and iTunes. She can be contacted on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads or on her website www.mktod.com.