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Restless Spirit
Sommer Marsden

Three men want her, but only one can give her the love of a lifetime

Sourcebooks Casablanca
December 2013
On Sale: December 3, 2013
304 pages
ISBN: 1402289537
EAN: 9781402289538
Kindle: B00ENQEMAG
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Erotica Sensual | Erotic

"I believe you can look at someone—maybe one someone in your whole life—and feel this instant connection. A zap like lightning."

When Tuesday Cane inherits a cozy lake house, she's not expecting to find love as part of her legacy. But how can she choose between Adrian, the loyal and über-sexy handyman she's known for years; the charming and wealthy Reed Green, a former TV star; and the mysterious Shepard Moore, an ex cage fighter?

The only way to know for sure is to try them all...

Surrounded by so many interesting men and erotic temptations, Tuesday as no intention of committing. But deep down she longs for that special, soul-deep connection. Only, which man can entice this restless spirit into finally settling down?

Comments

34 comments posted.

Re: Restless Spirit


(Jean Benedict 12:16pm December 22, 2013)

your books sound so interesting. Hope I win
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Jean Benedict 12:17pm December 22, 2013)

Always wanted to live in a small town, but then again I do not think I would want everyone knowing everything about me, lol.
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Colleen Conklin 12:30pm December 22, 2013)

Would love to read this book.
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Wendy Jensen 12:41pm December 22, 2013)

I moved to a small town, and love it. The people are nice here, and it takes a while before they make you one of their own. Once you're accepted, you start hearing a little about what's going on, but the problem is that you don't know all of the faces to go with the information!! I thank God for bringing me to this town, and showing me that I needed to slow down and appreciate the world around me, as well as its' people - quirks and all. I came here at a very critical time in my life, and this town made all the difference!!
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Peggy Roberson 12:49pm December 22, 2013)

Thank you for the chance! Who is your favorite author to read?
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Vickie Schultz 7:31pm December 22, 2013)

Wow, Congrats on your new book: RESTLESS SPIRIT. I like the
book cover too! Yes, I would really love to win and read
your new book this Christmas because I really did grow up in
a small farming town in Kansas with population 5,000 great
people. My Dad was a farmer there for 55 years and he was
respected like the Cartwrights on the Bonanza TV show. I
loved the country life and it was so peaceful. Yes, there is
always some gossip in small towns but lots of friendly
people too. I now live in Austin, TX and with over 100
people moving to Texas daily it seems to be growing up too
fast for me. I miss the country and the farm life and I hope
and Pray that God will take me back there some day too!
Happy Holidays and Thank You very much. Cecilia CECE
(
Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 7:50pm December 22, 2013)

That sounds wonderful, Peggy! I'm a touch jealous! :)

Vickie, I love so many. I love Janet Evanovitch, Stephen King, Alison
Tyler, Gillian Flynn etc etc etc... :)
(
Sommer Marsden 7:51pm December 22, 2013)

I love small towns , not easy to get lost!
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Barbara Wells 9:01pm December 22, 2013)

The one thing I do know about being in the small town was I wanted breakfast for lunch but they don't serve them after 11:00 a.m. I do love reading stories about small towns. They do make life quite simple.
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Kai Wong 10:22pm December 22, 2013)

I live in a small town after living in the city for many years. Here you feel safe and know everyone.
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Sue Farrell 11:12pm December 22, 2013)

Book sounds great . Thanks for a chance to win.
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Linda Hall 12:23pm December 23, 2013)

The only way to know for sure is to try out the book. ;-)
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Lisa Hutson 5:27am December 23, 2013)

This book sounds like one I'd love to win!!! Thanks!!!
(
Bonnie Capuano 9:55am December 23, 2013)

Really nice book cover. Sounds like a wonderful book. Happy Holidays.
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Sue Brandes 10:04am December 23, 2013)

Very sexy, but understated cover.
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Richard Proctor 10:14am December 23, 2013)

Love the title! The book sounds great, can't wait to read it!
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Maria Proctor 10:29am December 23, 2013)

I was born and lived in a small town, but relocated many times to larger cities due to jobs. I honestly prefer small towns and believe your get closer to your roots and your family....no matter how "weird or funny" they could be. Like the sound of this new book, thank you. Merry Christmas
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C Culp 11:46am December 23, 2013)

Love the cover and totally agree with Tuesday's idea to try them all!
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Vennie Martinisi 12:07pm December 23, 2013)

I didnt grow up in a small town but Id love to read your book. Merry Christmas
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Julie Parrish 12:35pm December 23, 2013)

I live in a small town of 400 people and we have a special feel especially around the holidays! People in this town are there for each other more than any other town I have lived in.
(
Denise Austin 12:50pm December 23, 2013)

i live in a small town also.the book sounds really good thanks
so much for the giveaway and have a MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Denise Smith 2:36pm December 23, 2013)

I came from a small town also, neighbors taking care of neighbors and they still do. It will be interesting to see what happens with 3 men to work through and pick from, promises to be intriguing. Happy Holidays!
(
Deana Connelly 2:46pm December 23, 2013)

I was born in a small town and lived in it for 29 yrs. (the same town Winona Ryder, actress was born in and she was named after the town). I loved living there. It never failed that I was related to someone. When I went to school, my English teacher had been my mother's teacher also. My Art teacher had in previous years, taught two of my second cousins with the same last name and kept telling me they were very good in art too. When I got my first job as a waitress at a cafe, my father's second cousin was the waitress there on the day shift, and she was surprised at what a coincidence it was when I started working there. So, of course, she shared all her gossip with me before her shift ended 30 min. after I came on! I babysat for many of the children that were friends of my parents and it spread all over town that I did babysitting...so before I knew it, I had more jobs than I could handle! So that's all part of small town living. When I was in high school I had a crush on a very cute guy, and when he called me one night, I thought he was about to ask me out, when he asked, "Can you do me a favor?" Then he asked me, if I would babysit his younger sister (it wasn't quite what I had in mind, but I did it...esp. since he was picking me up to go to his house). His Dr. father took me home, and told me he was supposed to watch his sister that night, but he wanted to go out with his buddies, so his father made him find a sitter. I didn't even know that he knew I did a lot of babysitting. Long story short, he never did ask me out, even tho he didn't have a girlfriend!
(
Linda Luinstra 5:17pm December 23, 2013)

Thank you for the chance! Who is your favorite author?
(
Vickie Schultz 6:50pm December 23, 2013)

Thank you for this chance to win. Merry Christmas.
(
Kantu Malhotra 7:12pm December 23, 2013)

I have never lived in anything but a small town. A grew up in a small town
and when I married, I moved to another small town. Everyone knows
everyone and are so willing to help in a time of need.
(
Melanie Backus 11:04pm December 23, 2013)

I do love the sound of this.
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Mary Preston 3:33am December 24, 2013)

Linda, Tuesday becomes a waitress! :) he never asked you out! Because
he knew you were out of his league ;)

Vickie, my favorite author, if I *must* pick one is Stephen King!

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone!
(
Sommer Marsden 10:08am December 24, 2013)

Well Sommer, I lived in a small town for twenty three years.
When I left, I really never looked back. Everyone knows everything about everyone. Secrets and snickers were too much for me. I'm a little more private about my life.
Best wishes with your new book. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
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Rosemary Simm 1:35pm December 24, 2013)

Your book sounds great. Would love to win it.
(
Carol Woodruff 4:15pm December 24, 2013)

I wouldn't know since I have never lived in one! All I know is from Carly Phillips...
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May Pau 9:34am December 25, 2013)

Congrats on the new release! It sounds like a very interesting book.
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Bonnie H 8:11pm December 26, 2013)

I wouldn't say I lived in a small town but I grew up on the
outskirts of Charleston, SC. There were 20 houses in our
area across from the AFB, but we had our own little
community. You could set clocks by things in our
neighborhood. Saturday morning at 9am, for example, doors
and windows open, music on, and cleaning begins. 5PM calls
from "moms" for dinner, or our case the dog coming to
collect the ball and chase us home. The Colonel with his
cart and wagon for Saturday cleaning and rides for kids.
This is what I wish my kids had.
(
Tina Ullrich 5:55pm December 29, 2013)

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