Friday, October 11, 2019

New Beginnings at Promise Lodge by Charlotte Hubbard Excerpt and Giveaway!

New Beginnings at Promise Lodge by [Hubbard, Charlotte]

When Frances suffers a serious injury, she's determined to prove she can recover—and remain independent—without burdening Marlin. Now, with his steadfast belief in real love tested, Marlin's hope is that Promise Lodge's irrepressible residents can help him restore Frances's joy—and that faith will show them a way to turn their fragile second chance into a blessed and abiding future together.

And don't miss the first three books in the Promise Lodge series!

Enjoy an excerpt from "New Beginnings at Promise Lodge":

Frances shaded her eyes with her hand, enthralled with what she saw. “It doesn’t seem like you and I have walked such a long distance, yet from here, the lodge and our homes look like part of a toy village.”

“We’ve come a long way,” Marlin remarked softly. “I’m glad you’ve walked with me, Frances. Our community has taken on even more of a glow because I’m seeing it through your eyes.”

The tone of his voice made Frances’s pulse thrum with an unusual sense of energy, as though the preacher had something on his mind besides the view. We’ve come a long way.

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Allen treasured Phoebe’s rapt expression and the closeness of her slender body as she leaned against him. He’d given her a gift by showing her Promise Lodge from this hilltop vantage point.

“What about that parcel of land behind the Lehman places?” she asked dreamily. “We’d have a beautiful view of the lake. What do you think, Allen? Should I ask Mamm if I can have it?”

Allen’s throat closed with a sudden case of nerves. He eased away from her, pretending to look at something near the lodge so she wouldn’t see how she’d startled him. Their relationship, which had felt so comfortable over the past week, now gave him the sensation that an invisible halter had been fastened around his head—and that Phoebe was holding the lead rope.

You can read my review here.

About the author: In 1983, Charlotte Hubbard sold her first story to True Story. She wrote around 70 of those confession stories, and she’s sold more than 50 books to traditional or online publishers. A longtime resident of Missouri, she’s currently writing Amish romances set in imaginary Missouri towns for Kensington. She now lives in St. Paul, MN with her husband of 40+ years and their Border collie, Vera.



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October 2: BooksChatter
October 3: Uplifting Reads
October 4: Fabulous and Brunette
October 7: Joanne Guidoccio
October 8: Splashes of Joy - review
October 9: The Reading Addict
October 10: Southern Gal Loves to Read - review
October 11: Our Town Book Reviews
October 11: Vickie's Kitchen and Garden
October 14: All the Ups and Downs
October 15: Sunnie Reviews - review
October 15: Welcome to My World of Dreams
October 16: Iron Canuck Reviews and More
October 17: Locks, Hooks and Books
October 18: Stormy Nights Reviewing and Bloggin'
October 18: Miss Tinas Amish Book Review

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Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

It's always fun to help promote Charlotte Hubbard's books!

CharlotteHubbard said...

Thanks so much for featuring my book on your blog today, Vickie!

Victoria Alexander said...

Sounds like a wonderful series :)

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

Such a great book. Love it Charlotte!

Vickie @Vickie's Kitchen and Garden said...

It certainly has been!

tealady said...

Sounds like the series would be a good read.