Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Monthly Contest For Rhapsody In Paris!




 Enter my monthly contest to win an authorgraphed copy of my newest release, RHAPSODY IN PARIS, the grand finale in the LaCasse Series:


http://www.amazon.com/Rhapsody-Paris-LaCasse-Book-4-ebook/dp/B00LAECDTQ/ref=sr_1_1_title_0_main?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1405559127&sr=1-1&keywords=ju+ephraime






Blurb:

As the only one of her siblings not yet married, Franchesca LaCasse buries herself in her work to keep from dwelling on her circumstances. An accomplished biochemist, she is usually able to do just that. But when she takes a tumble, directly in the path of the most handsome man she’s ever seen, life as she knows it undergoes a complete change. After experiencing his touch when he assists her, she yearns for more of it and accepts his offer to recuperate at his beautiful home in the town of Nice. But all is not as it seems. First she’ll have to learn to trust him completely, even when her intuition tells her otherwise because nothing matters to her anymore but the touch of this stranger. He draws her like a moth to flame.

Reeling from the shock of having a woman fall directly in his path, Damon Dumont isn’t prepared for the effect trying to revive her will have on him. Distancing himself from the opposite sex after the devastating betrayal of the woman who had pledged to love him, the last thing he’s looking for is a relationship. But, as she opens her eyes and looks up at him, he feels the impact of her gaze like a shock, as his body responds like he’s never experienced before. He’s in a quandary, unable to walk away. So, to keep her by his side, he opens up his home to her and, in so doing, also opens his heart, as he surrenders to the sensual fire that threatens to consume him every time he looks into her eyes.

Read a review:

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J.K. Accinni's review
Jul 08, 14

Read in July, 2014

Well, well, well. I finally found it; an indie that can write! This author's style of writing is everything I wish other writers could be. Yes...it's nice to have different styles, but not when the book suffers. (This book GLOWS) Many authors mistake their style for professionalism when it is merely the forced words of ineptitude. Anything by Amanda Hocking and the author of the Twilight series come to mind. (Ms Hocking started out as an indie.)

But this author clearly is well read herself and has developed the knack it takes to truly engaged the reader. She doesn't jump from scene to scene telling the story. She shows us as she glides beautifully with complete descriptions of what the characters are doing and the reactions to why. I don't see plot holes or missteps, editing errors or grammar inaccuracies. I see only a glorious writer that wants to share her characters as they fully enjoy themselves. I feel it from her crafted words. And I say crafted because I can feel the time she took to immerse herself in her story instead of throwing word on paper for me to read. .

I take this time to comment mostly on the skill of the author because I see so many reviews that regurgitate plot and/or pan the author's skill. Yes, of course the plot is good. But I believe this author could write about a turnip picking contest and the writing would be enthralling.

Do yourself a special favor. Introduce yourself to this fine writer's work. You will not be disappointed.

Click on the button to enter my monthly contest:

http://www.envisionschoolpublishing.com/contest

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  2. Thanks for the great giveaway! I love steamy summer books, too. :)

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  3. Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews and Cast in Flame by Michelle Sagara are at the top of my Summer TBR this year!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
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  5. Is this really the last of the LaCasse series? I've recently finished reading the fabulous Rhapsody in Paris and the closer I got to the end of the book, the slower I started to read, can't believe its all over! Congrats on an amazing series.

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