Sunday, February 07, 2010
A Valentine's Wish by Betsy St. Amant
A Valentine’s Wish, by Betsy St. Amant is sweet, yummy, and chocolately. Yeppers, you heard me right. Chocolately. Betsy’s unique writer’s voice is fun, adventurous, and delightful.
In, A Valentine’s Wish, Lori Perkins has a secret admirer who showers her with simple, yet profound gifts. Only she doesn't know just how profound those gifts really are. And no matter how hard she tries, she can’t figure out who he is. Whoever he is though, knows a lot about her and smothers her with kisses, kisses, kisses. Real? Chocolate? Both? Or Gators? When she finally discovers her secret admirer’s identity, she’s confused and disappointed. Or is she?
Will the real secret admirer please stand up?
Andy Stewart has to get married. Will he pick just anyone to get Pastor Mike and the rest of the church off of his back? Including a woman who gives him a massive headache? And just why is the church asking him to get married as soon as possible anyway? Will fear hold him back from asking the real love of his life to marry him? Or will he settle for another just to please the flock?
Cupids are showing up everywhere. In the form of a little old lady, a young boy, and a well-meaning starry-eyed teenager. Will Cupids arrow hit its mark and bring two people who are right for each other together? Or will all their arrows miss the mark?
As if! You want to find out? Okay, then buy yourself a copy of Betsy St. Amant’s, A Valentine’s Wish, to discover the answers. You won’t be sorry. Oh, and don’t forget the chocolate.
Until next time....
See ya~ ~ ~
Debra Ullrick, author of The Bride Wore Coveralls
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Posted by Debra Ullrick at 11:14 AM
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Thanks for the glowing review, Deb!! =)
I have a Valentine's giveaway on my blog right now. Betsy's book is included in that giveaway. It sounds like it's going to be a fantastic book!
I can't wait to read it myself. And, your review makes me want to read it even more.
I love the cover, too! Doesn't it look romantic?
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