Friday, January 8, 2016

Rocky Mountain Reunion

GIVEAWAY

RADCLIFFE, TINA
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REUNION

A Second Chance at Forever

Nurse Anne Matson's structured life derails when a familiar patient enters her ER—the ex-husband she left ten years ago. Matthew Clark is the last person she expects to see in Paradise, Colorado, especially with a nine-year-old daughter. The single dad is running the town's biggest expansion project, but one thing stands in his way—Anne's Victorian home. When his daughter falls ill, and Anne volunteers to help with her care, Matt recognizes he's never stopped loving the spirited beauty. But how can he get her back when he plans to take all she has left…or can Anne see she has everything to gain—the family she's been denied?


My Review:

A delightfully tense (and wickedly funny) second chance romance.

Anne's world turns upside down when she runs into Matt in the middle of her ER. As far as first meets between hero and heroine go -- this one is priceless. And while Anne is reeling from the shock of meeting up with her ex-husband  after a decade apart, her exuberant coworkers have a field day at her expense. "The nursing assistants did rock-paper-scissors to see who got to wheel him to X-Ray."

Snort. And, yes, he's seriously that droolworthy. Proud and hurting, he doesn't want to feel anything for the woman who broke his heart. Keeping his distance is the obvious answer -- except circumstances keep conspiring against him. Love the hesitant tenderness that slowly creeps into their standoffish relationship. But, oh my goodness, it's complicated!

Funny and heart-rending by turn, this is the kind of love story that makes you want to stand up and cheer for the blockbuster ending.

GIVEAWAY OPPORTUNITY:

If you would like an opportunity to win a copy of  Rocky Mountain Reunion please leave a comment below or email me at kavluvstoreadATyahooDOTca. If you post a comment and add your email address, please use AT and DOT instead of @ and . in the address to protect yourself from spammers. If you enter the draw via email please remember to put the title in the subject line so that it's easy for me to spot your entry. Draw will be held and winner announced on Sunday January 10 2016. Offer open to international readers. Good luck!

35 comments:

  1. I have been hoping to read Tina's new book. She writes with a great sense of humor.

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    1. She does! And I do love romantic comedy with a healthy dose of angst, which delivers every time. Good luck, Deanne.

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  2. Oh, setup for some sparks to fly! :)
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

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  3. Kav, I just finished reading Tina's wonderful book!
    YAY....standing up and cheering for the blockbuster ending!!!!

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    1. Wasn't the ending cool? I could totally see this one making a great Hallmark movie.

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  4. Interesting story for a book. kamundsen44ATyahooDOTcom.

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    1. Lots of scope for the author's imagination, that's for sure. Good luck, Kim.

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  5. It's so much fun when a reader (and writer I might add) actually GETS your story. Thank you!

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    1. Grinning. Thanks for writing such good books, Tina. Keeps me gainfully occupied.

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  6. Love the sound of this book and I'm very intrigued by the "blockbuster" ending. This is another must read. Thanks for the review.

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    1. It definitely fits the must read category in my books, Pam. Good luck.

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  7. It sounds like the ending is a good one!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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    1. You'll have to get the book and see if you agree with me, rubynreba. Good luck.

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  8. Sounds good- truckredford(at)Gmail(Dot)com

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  9. Kav, I've read Tina's book and loved it too. I've been following your reviews as your perspective is close to mine on most books. Can I ask a question, how are you able to read so many books each month and review them too? I'm in awe of your reading skills and would love to be able to read a book a day!

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    1. In a nutshell...I have no life. Bwahahahaha! Seriously, I am home on medical leave with a chronic pain condition that pretty much keeps me from doing a whole lot. My weekly jaunt to the physical rehab clinic at the hospital and occasional visits to the library are my only excursions. Since I live alone and even limited with what I can do at home, that leaves me with a lot of time on my hands. Hence the reading therapy.

      Before I stopped working I had a huge commute on public transit so I did a lot of my reading on the buses as well. Though I'm definitely reading more now that I'm home.

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    2. I'm so sorry to hear about your pain condition. Books are a wonderful way to keep occupied when physically limited, I'm not as active as I once was either, hence the low carb plan, LOL.

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  10. This would make a good diet program for 2016. Inhale a book a day instead of carbs.

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    1. You are very funny Tina...haha!! I will soon be "consuming" your book, it's scrambling for my attention along with a few hundred others....sigh...maybe we need a boot camp for readers....what think you??

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  11. Tina, I'm with you there, just heading out to pick up more meat/veggies for the weekend for my low carb plan, I'll be inhaling another book myself later, haha, after I write a review,

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    1. Hmmm....a book is about the only thing I'd be willing to give up carbs for. :-)

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  12. Sounds like a winner, Kav - thanks for the wonderful review. Love the idea of a possible romance with an ex-husband (with child in tow), sounds like some angst coming - love that there is humor also.

    bonnieroof60(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Angst and humour make for an awesome romance. Good luck, Bonnie.

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  13. I can always count on you for an enjoyable & engaging review, Kav! Just from them alone, I've been lured into a story :-) I am not entering for this one, I have it awaiting me...sigh...so many books scrambling for attention.

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    1. I predict you will love it, Trixi! :-)

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  14. What a neat sounding book
    God bless you
    ChrisG
    granvilleATfrontiernetDOTnet

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  15. Reunion stories can be heartfelt. Time has changed the parties. They have matured, life has changed them, and they are two slightly different people dealing with an old attraction. This sounds like it will be a good version of this trope.

    library pat AT com cast DOT net

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    1. You nailed it, librarypat. Good luck.

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  16. I thought I had already purchased this one, but I just checked and I hadn't yet. Tina Radcliffe is one of my top three Love Inspired authors. tlhcoupon(at)Hotmail(dot)com

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    1. She's awesome, isn't she? Good luck, Terrill.

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  17. Thanks so much. Congratulations to the other winners.

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