Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Good Karma, Good Books: No One's Perfect by Christiane France



Every Wednesday, I put on my pimp clothes (zoot suits, feathered hats, platform shoes, and the like) and introduce you to something new and wonderful in the literary world. This week, I’m excited to shine a spotlight on No One's Perfect by Christiane France

AUTHOR COMMENT
"This is the second book in the Hennessey Falls series, and I was thrilled when it made the bestseller list on All Romance Ebooks.

"I’m giving away a copy of The Replacement, the first book in this series, to one winner to be chosen at random."
GIVEAWAY
To win a copy of the The Replacement, simply leave a comment below with a contact e-mail. Winner will be announced December 29. 

BLURB
Thanks to an ill-timed joke and a thoughtless action, Terry Miller not only lost his job, he also lost Liam, the man he loved and expected to spend the rest of his life with. A year has passed and Terry knows he should either find it in his heart to forgive Liam for his part in what happened, or forget him and move on. But he can’t forgive and he can’t forget. As far as Terry is concerned, Liam’s the one who owes him the apology. 

Terry briefly appeared in The Replacement, the first book in this series, when he had a blind date with Noah Davidson, the owner of the Davidson Group, a string of restaurants and bars. In this one, Terry is in the final week of a 3-month trial period as manager of the latest jewel in the Davidson crown--BG's an after-hours nightclub.

BUY

AUTHOR BIO
Christiane France lives near Niagara Falls and believes love makes the world go round, be it a brief, happy-for-now affair, or a happily-ever-after lifetime commitment. She also believes in Fate. If two people are meant to be together, it will happen and nothing in time, space or the real world can keep them apart. 

Christiane also writes romantic mystery suspense, sometimes with a paranormal twist, under the name Chris Grover for the Amber Quill Press imprint. 


To learn more about Christiane and her work, please visit her website at http://www.chrisgrover.ca 

1 comment:

  1. Angela:

    Looks like a good read, thank you for bringing the Hennessey Falls series to my attention.

    ahpg(at)ziggo(dot)nl

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