Monday, March 12, 2012

Book Giveaway:

A PLACE CALLED HOME by Jo Goodman



When Thea Wyndham and Mitchell Baker learn they've been named joint guardians for their late friends' three children, they're little more than acquaintances. Barely polite acquaintances, at that. Something about Mitch's forthright intensity has always left ad exec Thea feeling off-balance,
while Mitch makes no secret of his disdain when Thea offers
him financial assistance if he'll take sole guardianship.




Thea is far from heartless. She's just plain terrified of her new parenting responsibilities. Both she and Mitch are romantically involved with other people. Yet the more time they spend together, the less certain she is of her loyalties. There are complications and mis-steps, tears and laughter - lots of it.
And somehow, through it all, the dawning realization that the
last place she thought she'd find herself could be just where
she belongs...

Learn more by visiting Jo's website: http://www.jogoodman.com/


This is Jo Goodman's first contemporary romance after making her name in historicals. Have you read some (and enjoyed) authors who write in more than one genre? If so, tell us about them.

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8 comments:

Pat L. said...

Yes, Sandra Brown and Linda Howard - romance and rom suspense and suspense.

patoct@yahoo.com

Estella said...

Nora Roberts
Sandra Brown

Maureen said...

I have read Amanda Quick/Jayne Anne Krentz for years.

Na said...

I didn't realize this was Jo Goodman's first contemporary romance and though I haven't read any of her books yet I do notice her name often. I find the premise for "A Place Called Home" appealing and it sounds really heartwarming.

I enjoy reading from many genres so when authors write in more than one I'm always curious to try their works. Usually I end up liking their "voice" in the different genres. They include:

Lisa Kleypas, Catherine Coulter, Nora Roberts, Brenda Joyce, Jayne Ann Krentz (Amanda Quick), and Jude Deveraux.

Laurie G said...

I'd add Susan Wiggs, Karen Robards, Karen Hawkins, Heather Graham, Julia London, Jude Devereaux, Suzanna Carr, Suzanne McMinn, Lisa Jackson, Merline Lovelace, Joanne Rock, Kasey Michaels, Kat Martin and Elizabeth Lowell

CrystalGB said...

I have read Lisa Kleypas, Christina Dodd, Sherrilyn Kenyon and many more.

flchen1 said...

Yes--Kleypas tops the list for me ;) Don't include me for this giveaway--I'm currently reading Jo's book right now! It's a good one!

Anonymous said...

I have read all of LaVyrle Spencer's books, contemporary and historical. Am so sorry she retired from writing.

Patty B.