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Love to read Romantic Suspense? Share these bestsellers and WIN an Amazon Gift Card!

Amazon just sent me money for sharing book suggestions... Silly people...don't they know I'd do that anyway? So, as always, I take the opportunity to meet new friends by enlisting my current friends to share the news about my FREE books, hoping of course, that you'll want to read more. Consider my free books as my gift to you, like a cup of coffee so we can get acquainted. Andafter you download your free book, share this post and send some of your friends to the site for both of you to register for the giveaway! Simply put, the more friends you send, the more chances both of you have to win. To me, 'Word of Mouth' will always be my favorite way of meeting new peeps! I still look to my friends for reading suggestions.

The first free story I offer is truly an appetizer, as it takes only one hour to read. If you like a touch of paranormal mixed in with your mystery, download The Depot absolutely FREE. 

At 106,000 words, my next FREE book is a full course. She Belongs to Me is a romantic-suspense whodunit. It is a complete novel, no cliffhanger.

So, now that you have your door prizes, here's how to win the Amazon gift card. You have two ways to win, but there will be THREE winners!

One, tell me who referred you for a chance to win a gift card for you AND your friend!

Two, simply share this post via the Raffle Copter for another entryreminding readers to tell me who referred them, so you'll get another entry, and you can do that once a day.

Easy, right? I thought so. Have fun, and as always, happy reading!


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  1. Your Awesome!��������

    1. Thank you, Kim! Just love to spread the word..and I appreciate all my friends who help. :)

  2. Hi Carmen, I downloaded She Belongs to Me. I'm looking forward to reading it. It'll be the first one of yours that I read. Thanks. I'm from the March Book Frenzy Hop.

    1. Thank you so much, Lisa! 'She Belongs to Me' was my first born, so it'll always hold a special place in my heart. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I loved writing it. And, good luck on the giveaway! :)


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