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EskieMama Reads Midweek Spotlight w/Giveaway: Sweet Carolina Morning by Susan Schild

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Welcome to EskieMama Reads Midweek Spotlight! Today we are spotlighting Susan Schild's  Sweet Carolina Morning!
Enter below for a chance to win 1 or 2 copies of Sweet Carolina Morning  from Susan Schild

Second book in the heartwarming and funny Willow Hill series Sweet Carolina Morning


Life down South just got a whole lot sweeter in Susan Schild’s new novel about a woman whose happily-ever-after is about to begin…whether she’s ready for it or not.
Finally, just shy of forty years old, Linny Taylor is living the life of her dreams in her charming hometown of Willow Hill, North Carolina. The past few years have been anything but a fairy tale: Left broke by her con man late-husband, Linny has struggled to rebuild her life from scratch. Then she met Jack Avery, the town’s much-adored veterinarian. And she’s marrying him.

Everything should be coming up roses for Linny. So why does she have such a serious case of pre-wedding jitters? It could be because Jack’s prosperous family doesn’t approve…

Blog Tour w/Giveaway: Charge by E.L. Todd

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White-hot, blinding, and dangerous.

That's exactly what Volt is.

He's electric.


CHARGE Electric Series #1 E.L. Todd Releasing Oct 11th, 2016

White-hot, blinding, and dangerous.
That's exactly what Volt is.
He's electric.
The first time I met him, my body reacted. It coiled, sizzled, and sparked. I knew I wanted him because he was the first man to make me feel dead and alive at the exact same time.
But within a short conversation, I knew he was unattainable.
Unavailable.
Now we're just friends.
But will we stay friends?
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Somehow, without even realizing it, Taylor became my friend. When I first met her, I thought she was some awkward woman, and then I got to know her better and I wanted to have a one-night stand. But then she told me off and demanded the respect I didn’t give her. And boom! We were friends.