Saturday, November 23, 2019

Book Giveaway #2 Life, Love and the Pursuit of Happiness by Sandra Hill

Welcome to Bell Cove, North Carolina.
Independence Day may have just passed in this small Outer Banks town known for its famous bells, but one ex-Navy SEAL has a declaration of his own to make . . .
Merrill Good knows there are many different kinds of exciting. There’s the adrenaline rush he experienced during his years in the military. There’s the thrill of starting up his own treasure hunting company. But topping them all is the surge of exhilaration he feels every time Delilah Jones crosses his path. Smart, voluptuous, and outspoken, Delilah is a bombshell with a secret that could explode at any moment.
Since Delilah moved to Bell Cove to take over her great-uncle’s Elvis-themed diner and motel, the locals have been nothing but friendly. And that’s a problem. The moment someone gets close enough to figure out her ex-con past, her future will be jeopardized. But keeping Merrill at arm’s length isn’t easy when the rest of her body has other ideas.
Add to the mix Delilah’s little girl who fashions herself “Little Orphan Annie,” a former showgirl grandmother with a gambling problem, a whole town full of quirky matchmakers, and there’ll be fireworks long after the Fourth of July . . .




Want to win a print copy of this book? Post a comment and you'll be entered. Open only to US mailing addresses

6 comments:

Sherry said...

I love Sandra's books and think this one would be another great read.

Martha Lawson said...

I have never read a bad Sandra Hill book! She is one of my favorite authors. I'd love to win this one.

Patoct said...

I have read another book in this series and am looking forward to this one. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the chance, I read the previous one and loved it.
Karen T. (Natty's Mama)

Patty B from NY said...

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

Karen H said...

It's been years since I've read any of Sandra Hill's work and the last I read were historical romances. She has some pretty funny bits in most of her books and this one sounds like a good one.