This one is a crockpot cookbook, and I will tackle the societal love of witchcraft and wizardry. It’s going to be named: Hallee Crockpotter and the ________________
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Robin’s heart is as cold as her deep blue eyes. After a terrifying childhood, she trusts neither God nor men. With kindness and faith, Tony prays for the opportunity to shatter the wall of ice around her heart. When a frigid phantom from the forgotten past threatens their future, Tony’s unshakable confidence and Robin’s new-found faith must melt the threatening maelstrom.
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A Melody for James has been nominated for the August Fiction book of the month at The Book Club Network – which is pretty fantastically awesome because Sapphire Ice WON for July fiction book of the month!
Several people nominated A Melody for James. Here are a few quotes from the nominations:
Here is the prologue from the Virtues and Valor Series, Book 1, Temperance’s Trial, due out in September. This will be a serialized set of seven novellas that take place during WWII. Each book will follow a different female heroine throughout the planning and execution of a mission in occupied France. Every character will be based on a real life heroine from that war. In the back of each novella, I will tell you about the heroine who inspired that book’s character.
Temperance’s Trial follows Marie Gilbert, codenamed Temperance.
A Melody for James won Clash of the Titles! That’s so awesome, because I was up against some pretty tough competition! The Clash folks said that this clash had the most votes they’ve ever seen!
Out of all of the amazing reviews this book has received, here is the review highlighted on the site:
Sapphire Ice has been nominated for the July Fiction book of the month at The Book Club Network.
This is what the person who nominated Sapphire Ice said:
I recently read Sapphire Ice by Hallee Bridgeman and I think it would be a great book for the July book of the month in fiction. I’ve often read books where a wealthy man falls for an unwealthy woman, but often they really didn’t seem plausible. However, I think Hallee did a great job with this theme in the book. The characters are very realistic and the more you read, the more you realize the depth of the characters when you begin to learn their backgrounds and how they came to be where they are today. There’s humor, romance, and also some excellent lessons the reader can learn about growing in a relationship with Christ and how that fits into everyday life. I liked this book so much, I was thrilled to learn that it was the first book in The Jewel Trilogy and I didn’t have to wait for the other two books to be published!! Read them ALL! They are all so good!
What an amazing nomination!
The original issue was never resolved; however, it did allow me to create a new project and now, FINALLY, A Melody for James is on Barnes and Noble!
You can get to it at this link: A Melody for James
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