Friday’s Revolving Book is the contemporary romance HER KIND OF MAN by Elaine Cantrell.
Release Date: New release
Publisher: Lachesis Publishing http://alturl.com/hszcb
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Amazon Kindle: Priced right at $4.99 http://alturl.com/tdr3x
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Is it possible she’s finally found Her Kind of Man?
Ross Williams has been in love with Kara Cochrane since they were kids so when Kara’s fiancé Brandon Miles cheats on her and calls off their wedding—Ross steps in to rescue the damsel in distress.
A heartbroken Kara just wants to get on with her life and hunky Ross provides her with a definite distraction—that is until she starts falling for him. Big time.
But a devastating family secret threatens to destroy everything that Kara holds dear—including her relationship with Ross.
RomCon Reviews gives HER KIND OF MAN 5 CROWNS!
Cantrell’s characters came to life right before my eyes and involved me in their world instantly because they were so easy to relate to. But the main reason I enjoyed this book so much is because of the emotion throughout.
It was heart wrenching, lighthearted, touching and romantic at times as well as filled with so many misunderstandings that you couldn’t help but cry and other times be laughing out loud.
Elaine Cantrell was born and raised in South Carolina. She holds a master’s degree in personnel services from Clemson University and is a member of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary society for women educators. She is also a member of Romance Writers of America and EPIC authors. Her first novel, A New Leaf, was the 2003 winner of the Timeless Love Contest. When she’s not writing or teaching, she enjoys reading, going to the movies, and spending time with her grandchildren and her friends. You can learn more about Elaine at her web site http://www.elainecantrell.com/ and at her blog http://www.elainepcantrell.blogspot.com/
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3 responses to “HER KIND OF MAN by Elaine Cantrell (contemporary romance)”
This book was a pleasure to write. My heroine’s name is Kara which is the name of my granddaughter. She had asked me to use her name as one of my characters. When she read the book she looked a bit troubled and asked, “Am I adopted?” I had a good laugh before reassuring her that she isn’t adopted.
This book is a good example of why my wife and I love this author. Keep up the good work Elaine!
Thank you so much, Herman. I appreciate your support very much. Please check my blog for weekly excerpts from my work.