Sunday, 6 August 2017

Allyson R Abbott's Fiction Newsletter

Thank you for signing up for my Fiction Newsletter!
Below you'll find info on my upcoming releases, a couple great giveaways, a freebie, and a couple recommendations!
Due out in October. The third in the Slaving Over Series. Find out what Jill and Tom are up to as they accept an invite to a Halloween Party. 
Catch up on their adventures while you wait for the New Release!
$130 Grand Paypal Prize Better than the Beach #Giveaway over 48+authors and 100+ prizes.
Enter the Giveaway!
I'm giving away three summer prizes also! A link is on my blogger page…
All authors and readers are welcome! If an author wishes to sign up please contact us at the page or by email.
Sale Alert!
Calling all Readers: How to Write a Simple Book Review (usual price $2.99) is FREE on Monday Aug 7th, and then again 17th -20th.
21st – 31st it will be 99c
September 1st it will be $3.49
Favors for Friends

Emily Richardson and Tim Atkinson are kids when they first meet. Fast forward eight years, a chance reunion sparks feelings between them, but Emily's mom conspires to keep them apart. Later in their twenties, she's a famous vocalist who feels disillusioned with life, and he's an Air Force veteran who makes a living training service dogs. Can he find a way to break through her hardened heart?
Sally Braddock’s serene lifestyle atop a mountain in Vail, Colorado, changes drastically each year when her three spoiled children and their spouses visit her – and her money – for Christmas. They live off their trust funds, which are disappearing quickly, and spend most of the holidays bickering and hitting up their mother for money.
This year, Sally makes an announcement that sends her children into a tizzy, an announcement so extreme that it pushes someone in the house to murder. The storm inside the house is matched by a raging blizzard outside, and the family finds themselves snowbound with a killer.
My review:
I found myself being drawn into the story with every page. This is the first Judy Moore book that I have read and was unsure of what to expect. Moore created a family, albeit a wealthy one, that actually behaved like a normal dysfunctional family. With all the sibling rivalry and bickering. I enjoyed Sally’s (the mother) response and found myself reflecting on how I handled my family Christmases. The murder mystery storyline had twists and turns and you have to read to the end to find out the ‘whodunit’, but it was definitely not a chore to wait. A lovely readable story that has wetted my appetite to read more book from the author.
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