Week TWO of my TEN Week Blogaversary Giveaways. This week I will be featuring another favorite author of mine, Julie Lessman.
Julie has graciously offered THREE signed novels for this weeks giveaway.
#1 A Passion Most Pure
She's found the love of her life.
Unfortunately, he loves her sister.
World War I rages across the Atlantic in 1916, a smaller war is brewing
in Boston. Faith O'Connor finds herself drawn to an Irish rogue who is
anything but right for her. Collin McGuire is brash, cocky, and from the
wrong side of the tracks, not to mention forbidden by her father. And
then there's the small matter that he is secretly courting her younger
sister. But when Collin's affections shift, it threatens to tear her
proper Boston family apart.
Book 1 of the Daughters of Boston
series, A Passion Most Pure will carry your heart from the sophisticated
streets of Boston to the green hills of Ireland as men go off to war
and women long for their return. Full of passion, romance, rivalry, and
betrayal, it will captivate you from the first page.
# 2 A Light in the Window Is this not a beautiful cover? The young woman is Julie's beautiful daughter.
One Woman. Two Men.
One stirs her pulse and the other her faith.
But who will win her heart?
Murphy is a gentle beauty with a well-founded aversion to rogues. But
when two of Boston's most notorious pursue her, she encounters a
tug-of-war of the heart she isn’t expecting. Sam O’Rourke is the
childhood hero she’s pined for, the brother of her best friend and a
member of the large, boisterous family to which she longs to be a part.
So when his best friend Patrick O’Connor joins in pursuit of her
affections, the choice seems all too clear. Sam is from a family of
faith and Patrick is not, two rogues whose wild ways clash head-on with
Marcy’s—both in her faith and in her heart.
While overseeing the
Christmas play fundraiser for the St. Mary’s parish soup kitchen—A
Light in the Window—Marcy not only wrestles with her attraction to both
men, but with her concern for their spiritual welfare. The play is based
on the Irish custom of placing a candle in the window on Christmas Eve
to welcome the Holy Family, and for Marcy, its message becomes deeply
personal. Her grandmother Mima cautions her to guard her heart for the
type of man who will respond to the "light in the window," meaning the
message of Christ in her heart. But when disaster strikes during the
play, Marcy is destined to discover the truth of the play’s message
first-hand when it becomes clear that although two men have professed
their undying love, only one has truly responded to “the light in the
No man can resist her charms. Or so she thought. Charity O'Connor is a
woman who gets what she wants. Her stunning beauty and flirtatious ways
have always succeeded with men. Until Mitch Dennehy, that is.
and dangerously handsome, Mitch is a no-nonsense newspaperman who wants
nothing to do with her. Charity burned him once, destroying his
engagement to the only woman he ever truly loved. He won't play with
matches again. But Charity has a plan to turn up the heat, hoping to
ignite the heart of the man she loves. And she always gets what she
wants--one way or another.
Or does she? Will her best-laid
schemes win his love? Or will her seductive ways drive him away forever?
Book 2 in the Daughters of Boston series, A Passion Redeemed will
captivate your heart and stir your soul with a story of faith and
redemption rising from the ashes of temptation, desire, and shame.
These are THREE great books that will be given away this week during week 2 of my ten year blogaversary. I will be featuring memories from reading and reviewing Julie's books. I also have an interview with a couple of characters from one of her books.
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