Sunday, December 22, 2013

The Lies That Save Us by JL Redington

Alexa is beautiful, smart and alone in the world, a result of devastating losses in her life. She purchased a diner in the quiet out of the way town of Startup, Washington and hired employees to help run it. She’s just beginning to feel secure in her loneliness. 
Suddenly her world is jolted awake by Cayman, a handsome young stranger that enters her diner seemingly from nowhere. Event’s happen quickly, and soon Alexa is deep into secret lives, deception and desire. 
Will she figure out the riddle of her father’s death? Will she be able to resist the temptation to fall in love with Cayman in spite of her suspicions? Will she live to tell the tale?

February 17 – Traveling With T – Excerpt

February 18 – Wonderland Avenue – Review 

February 19 – Change the Word – Q&A & Excerpt

February 20 – Book Reviews and More by Kathy – Excerpt

February 21 – A Blue Million Books – Q&A & Excerpt

February 24 – Every Free Chance Book Reviews – Excerpt

February 25 – Musings From an Addicted Reader – Review

February 26 – Authors to Watch – Review

March 3 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – Review, Guest Post & Excerpt

March 5 – Never Too Fond of Books – Excerpt

March 6 – Storm Goddess Book Reviews- Q&A & Excerpt

March 7 – Book Suburbia – Guest Post

March 9 - Storm Goddess Book Reviews - Review

March 10 – Chick Lit Plus – Review

Author Bio:

JL Redington lives Juneau, AK,  with her husband Terry and puppy, Shelby.  Together they are the parents of 6 grown children and 19 grandchildren.   She loves to read, camp, cook and be with her friends and family.    In writing this romance series, JL has found a new love in her life, and that is writing books.    JL has always felt books are a way to take us out of the everyday and into a place we can relax, be entertained and enjoy a different world for a period of time.   Happy reading!

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2 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great series! I look forward to future titles

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  2. ALASKA?! It was a chilly winter here in southeastern NC this year. I can't imagine how cold it's been in Alaska.

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