Do you like to read Christian fiction? Do you have a blog? Are you a customer at Christianbook.com and/or Amazon.com? Are you willing and able to write a review on your blog and on Amazon/CBD? (FYI, you must have purchased something from Amazon in the past to be allowed to write a review.)
My publisher has offered to send review copies of RETURN TO ME to bloggers who agree to post a review of the book to their blogs during the week of June 11, 2007 and to Christianbook.com and Amazon.com no later than June 11, 2007.
You must live in the USA for this particular promotion.
If you are willing to read and review RETURN TO ME as stated above, please email your name and shipping address to me. I will forward the information to my publisher. Copies of RETURN TO ME will be sent to you on or about May 18, 2007. The number of copies are limited so don’t wait to contact me. First come, first served.
robinlee.writethinking [at] gmail.com
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RETURN TO ME by Robin Lee Hatcher
(Zondervan, June 2007)
When Roxy Burke left home for Nashville, she swore she wouldn’t come back until she was a star. But it’s desperation that drives this prodigal back to her family, and no one is prepared for what happens next.
Roxy has crashed and burned. She’s squandered an inheritance, lived a wild life, and wasted her talent. Desperate and ashamed, she now must return to her father and sister, neither of whom she’s talked to in seven years. Roxy’s father welcomes his daughter with love and tenderness. But his easy acceptance is hard on Roxy’s sister. After years of being the dutiful daughter, Elena feels resentment and anger toward her wayward sister. Even more problematic is the reaction of Roxy’s former boyfriend. Once a rebel, Wyatt has given his life to Christ and plans to enter the ministry. He and Elena are engaged, but Roxy’s return raises questions that could mean the end of Elena’s perfect future.
The Burke family faces the return of the prodigal and must reach out for healing. Will they each be able to accept God’s grace?