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A Little Psyched for Waiting Fate


I am offering a chance to win a free copy of Pysched (coming soon!) if you comment here and like my Facebook page, in honor of the release of Waiting Fate by W.B. Kinnette.You choose paperback or e-copy--just tell me what you prefer in the comments! I'll draw the winner on the day of its release and notify the winner through my Facebook page.

I have not yet read Waiting Fate, but believe me, it's on my TBR list. The author is ten kinds of awesome, and I'm thrilled to be part of her big release blog party! Here's the blurb from the back cover:



Sometimes Fate hides in plain sight while you stumble through darkness.

Ivy escapes from an abusive husband, finding peace with her daughter in her childhood home. She’s determined to keep her past a secret to protect those she loves.


Archer has been in love with the same girl since seventh grade. When Ivy comes back into his life—bruised, broken, and haunted by secrets—he knows he can’t lose her again.


But Ivy made a promise to her daughter. No one would hurt them again. She’s afraid to trust, afraid to be wrong again, and afraid that the one man she’s loved forever will break her heart.


Fate might take it’s time, but it won’t wait forever.




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