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Jen assumes she can escape her past after she testifies
against Robert, her human trafficking mogul husband, and
enters into witness protection under a new identity. That is
until a baby shows up on the stoop of the library where she
works, and another man from her past, Tom, appears in her
living room. Now she must relocate again under yet another
name and memorize a new set of legitimate lies to explain
who she is.
When Robert discovers her latest identity, he has other
plans for her, such as enslaving her in a Tudor manor in
Southern England. The scandalous family secrets she
discovers may hold the key to her and the daughter of the
manorâ€™s freedom. But first she must tunnel through a myriad
of lies, including the dark sin which has held her own heart
captive. If the truth is revealed, will it hinder her one
chance for happiness?
15 comments posted.
Re: Legitimate Lies
I love to "escape" to new locales, and even different time periods, through books. I depend on the written word to "paint" the pictures for me. I get transported via a great book. Your story sounds wonderful. Thanks today's blog and for the chance to win.
(Nancy Reynolds 9:14am May 1, 2015)
When I read books that are written in the "scenic route," I
feel as if I am a fly on the wall. I usually put myself in
the place of the main character anyway, and this style of
writing puts me right in the center of the action, and makes
the book itself really come alive!! The leaves are really
twitching in the trees, and any other descriptions they
might want to add, give more depth to the story line, and
not only do you see them in your minds' eye, but you can
see, feel, and taste them!! I have your book on my TBR
list, and am looking forward to reading it. Congratulations
on what I'm sure is going to be a big hit!!
(Peggy Roberson 10:42am May 1, 2015)
it's ok as long as it gets to the designation.
(Angela Parrish 11:39am May 1, 2015)
I live on the "scenic route" and I love to read it, too.
(Mary Hay 11:53am May 1, 2015)
I love the scenic route which opens up the beautiful novel and
the vistas which I can explore and capture.
(Sharon Berger 3:46pm May 1, 2015)
The 'scenic route' is as good as the writer. When I can see, hear, feel, & (sometimes) smell what is being described to me, then I know I have found a great writer. When it is described in such detail that I feel I am there & I know the characters in the story, I lose all sense of time & am unable to put the book down. That is the perfect 'scenic route'! That is when the author has made a great impression on me.
(S W 6:45pm May 1, 2015)
I love a book that I am in. I can see all and feel all, I'm in it, and I can't put the book down till the end .
(Joan Thrasher 8:33pm May 1, 2015)
I do enjoy the scenic route. I like to picture the story as
(Mary Preston 4:42am May 2, 2015)
I do love the scenic routes that make me feel I am there and
can feel what the characters are doing or a lcoation. I also
love maps when reading histoical books and once in a while, I
have seen a drawing on a page that helps identify the object
such as an artifact.
(Leona Olson 8:31am May 2, 2015)
The scenic route makes it so much nicer, you feel as though you are there.
(Mary Smith 1:12pm May 2, 2015)
I feel as I am there! Lovely!
(Pam Mooney 4:08pm May 2, 2015)
I love it! Scenic routes I have never done yet, like
route 66, but I am getting ready to do it!
Great Book, would love to read, great contest, Good luck
to all who enters! I hope win this book so I can read
(Renae Kelly 10:39am May 3, 2015)
The scenic route is the nicest way. Would love to win this book.
(Judy van Ryn 5:03pm May 3, 2015)
Taking underground public transportation, there's no such thing as a scenic route, but I'd like to imagine there is.
(Lisa L. 11:12am May 4, 2015)
This sounds like such a good book!
(Denise Austin 1:26pm May 4, 2015)
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