Celebrate Hope's Mars . . . with Venus Rising blog tour with a Kindle Fire Prize Pack giveaway!
One grand prize winner will receive:
- A copy of Mars . . . with Venus Rising
- A $25 Amazon gift card
- A Kindle Fire
Mars . . . with Venus Rising (Pelican Book Group, August 2015)
A meddling horse, paper bag floors and a flying saucer on the town square. The little town of Mars has it all—including a brand new resident who might spell heartache for one of its own.
Twenty-something Penn Davenport yearns for an exciting life in the big city and wants to shed the label of orphan that she’s worn for years. To achieve that dream, she must pass the CPA exam then move away from the two aunts who reared her after her parents died in a plane crash.
When John Townsend—full of life and the joy of living—moves to town, he rattles Penn’s view of herself, her life, and her dreams…which isn’t such a bad thing until she falls for him and discovers he’s a pilot.
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Hope Toler DoughertyHope Toler Dougherty holds a Master's degree in English and taught at East Carolina University as well as York Technical College. A member of ACFW, RWA and SinC, she writes for Almost an Author. Before writing novels, she published non-fiction articles on topics ranging from gardening with children to writing apprehension. She cheers for the Pittsburgh Steelers, ACC basketball, and Army West Point Football. Hope and her husband, Kevin, live in North Carolina and chat with their two daughters and twin sons through ooVoo.
Penn Davenport has decided to move away to the city and start new but, she has to complete a couple of things before she can. She lives in a small town called Mars with her two aunts who have taken care of her because her parents died in a plane crash. Then a man who seems wonderful comes to town. Penn is very affected by him until she finds out he is a pilot. What is she going to do? Will she be able to forget what happened to her parents and changed her life forever? I really liked this storyline and the characters. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by Litfuse publicity and these are my opinions.
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