Lone Star Book Blog Tour

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Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Before the Rain Falls by Camille Di Maio

BEFORE THE RAIN FALLS by CAMILLE DI MAIO Genre: Women’s Fiction / Historical / Family Publisher: Lake Union Publishing Date of Publication: May 16, 2017 Number of Pages: 334 Scroll down for Giveaway! After serving seventy years in prison for the murder of her sister, Eula, Della Lee has finally returned home to the Texas … Continue reading

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Blood Oath by Melissa Lenhardt

BLOOD OATH A Laura Elliston Novel, Book 2 by MELISSA LENHARDT !!NEW RELEASE!! Genre: Historical / Western / Action-Adventure / Romance Publisher: Redhook Date of Publication: May 23, 2017 Number of Pages: 384 Outlander meets post-Civil War unrest in this action-packed follow up to Sawbones. Laura Elliston and William Kindle are on the run — from the … Continue reading

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: The Adventures of Miss Vulpe by Maria Elena Sandovici

THE ADVENTURES OF MISS VULPE A Coming of Age Story for Adults by MARIA ELENA SANDOVICI Genre: Contemporary / Women’s Fiction / Coming of Age Date of Publication: April 7, 2017 Number of Pages: 160 Ana Petrescu (aka Miss Vulpe) is a troubled teenager determined to solve the mystery of her parents’ double suicide. Escaping … Continue reading

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: The Heart of a Texas Cowboy by Linda Broday

THE HEART OF A TEXAS COWBOY Men of Legend, Book 2 by LINDA BRODAY Genre: Western / Historical / Romance Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Date of Publication: May 2, 2017 Number of Pages: 384 Scroll down for Giveaway! Three Brothers. One Oath. No Compromises. The MEN of LEGEND One bullet is all it takes to shatter … Continue reading

Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Nowhere Near: Stories by Teddy Jones

NOWHERE NEAR Stories by Teddy Jones Genre: Short Stories / Literary Fiction / West Texas Publisher: Midtown Publishing, Inc. Date of Publication: May11, 2017 Number of Pages: 206 Scroll down for Giveaway! Characters in the eleven stories in Nowhere Near act in ways that some might call “divinest madness.” Some of them have been pushed near their … Continue reading