Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Featuring Susan Page Davis


FEATURED BOOK: Seven Brides for Seven Texans
AUTHORS: Erica Vetsch, Amanda Barratt, Susan Page Davis, Keli Gwyn, Vickie McDonough, Gabrielle Meyer, Lorna Seilstad

IT IS MY PLEASURE TO WELCOME AUTHOR SUSAN PAGE DAVIS who shares a bit about her novella, one of the seven stories in the above collection.

ALSO, SUSAN IS OFFERING A PRINT COPY OF SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN TEXANS. JUST LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW TO BE ENTERED.

Synopsis for Seven Brides for Seven Texans Collection:

Meet the seven Hart brothers of the 7-Heart ranch in central Texas. Each man is content in his independent life, without the responsibilities of a wife and children—until their father decides 1874 will be the year his grown sons finally marry, or they will be cut from his will. How will each man who values his freedom respond to the ultimatum? Can love develop on a timeline, or will it be sacrificed for the sake of an inheritance?

In Susan’s novella, For Love or Money, you’ll meet Jane and Crockett: Burned out of their house, Jane and her family move into a cave, where she discovers some hidden money. Crockett Hart comes to help them rebuild, and she asks for his help. When he learns where the money came from, he hopes it won’t keep their two families apart, because he’s falling for Jane. 
       Purchase links for Seven Brides for Seven Texans (Now available on Kindle, too!)

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Susan Page Davis is the author of more than 60 novels and novellas in the historical romance, mystery, and suspense genres. She is the mother of six and grandmother of ten. A Maine native, she now lives in western Kentucky with her husband Jim. She has won many book awards, including two Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards, two Will Rogers Medallions, the Carol award, and more. Visit her website at: www.susanpagedavis.com.





     Find Susan at:
·        Website: www.susanpagedavis.com
·        Twitter: @SusanPageDavis
·        Blog on the 23rd of each month: www.hhhistory.com  

     DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A COMMENT TO BE PLACED IN THE DRAWING FOR A PRINT COPY OF SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN TEXANS BETWEEN NOW AND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14TH AT MIDNIGHT CST.



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36 comments:

  1. Peg here . . Susan is having problems with the Captcha and asked me to post this comment for her:

    Peg, it's great to be here again. Thanks for inviting me!
    To which I reply, my pleasure, Susan!

    Now, is anyone else having problems with that "prove you're not a robot" box? If yes, PLEASE let me know.

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  2. This sounds like a good book. Thanks for the chance to win!

    In general, I've found that you don't need to even reply to the "robot" question and responses still post. I guess I'll see when I hit "publish."

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  3. It didn't give me any problem, and I didn't even click the boxy to verify that I wasn't a robot.

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  4. Trying again. Thanks, Leslie! We'll see if it will let me post now.

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  5. Yay! It let me in. Now I feel part of the conversation!

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  6. I am looking to meeting all the Hart brothers. Crockett sounds like a good man to have around.

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  7. That's exactly how I presented him, Jennifer! Thanks for taking part.

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  8. Hi, Leslie, thanks for dropping in and leaving a comment. I'm glad to hear you didn't have any problems leaving a comment. You've been entered into the drawing!

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  9. Leslie, I find it interesting about getting to leave a comment without checking the robot box! I thought it was a mandatory precaution to prevent hackers and spammers from getting through. I think I need to look into that. Thanks for that information.

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  10. Hey there, Jennifer! Thanks for stopping by. I agree, those Hart boys do sound like they'd be some intriguing characters.
    You're entered in the drawing.

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  11. Yay, Susan! I'm so glad you were able to get in to post your comments. Thanks for trying again. It was great having you as my guest again.

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  12. Testing something...I'll delete after I find out something regarding that 'robot box' thing-y

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  13. Forgive me yet again...I think I solved the problem. It had to do with the "pop-up" comment window. I changed the comment option to "embedded" and now I think it'll be more user friendly.
    Anyone care to give it a try?

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  14. I do enjoy collections, esp. with Susan's stories in them!
    dkstevensne AToutlook )Dot) com

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    1. Thanks so much, Deanna! This one was a lot of fun, and it has a great group of authors. I think you'll love it.

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  15. Hi, Deanna! Thanks so much for dropping in. I agree . . . this collection looks like fun reading.
    You've been entered in the drawing. Good luck!

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  16. Thanks so much for the chance to win. This looks like a great box set of books.

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  17. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is one of my favorite movies! I always have a soft spot for books and series along that vein. Make it a historical western...I'll love it! Thanks for the chance to win.

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    1. Oh, I love the movie, too! Have you ever read the original story by Stephen Vincent Benet? It's called "The Sobbin' Women."

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  18. Hi, Linda! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment for Susan. Your name has been entered in the drawing.

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  19. Hi, MomIsReading (love the profile name! :) )
    Thanks for dropping in. You've been added to the drawing.

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  20. Can't wait to read this! My family loves the movie Seven Brides for Seven Brothers - so I know this would be a good book to read with the brothers.

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  21. I have never seen the movie 7 brides for 7 brothers. This book looks like an amazing read one that I will have to add to my bookshelf.

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  22. Welcome Susan P and Kirsten! Thanks so much for visiting. I know Susan appreciates you stopping by, too. Your names have been entered in the giveaway drawing. Good luck!

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  23. I think this sounds like such a fun collection! Love that all of the stories are connected.
    I have read several of Susan's other western novels and really enjoy them.

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  24. Hey there, Patty! Thanks for dropping in. I agree . . . the connecting stories makes wanting to read them all even more compelling. You're name is in the drawing.

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  25. Seeing and hearing so much about the book and those in it makes me want to to everything and read it... But wait, I don't have it yet! Can't wait!

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  26. Oh, Kim, it does make you want to read it, right? Got your name in the drawing. And thanks for the visit and comment.

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  27. I enjoy novellas that connect with one another. I am looking forward meeting the Hart family.

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  28. Well, MRW, your name has been entered intoo the drawing for this giveway. Thanks for dropping in!

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  29. Thank you all for your comments! I'm excited to see this book in stores this week, and also anticipating the release of Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands in June, 2017.

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  30. Thank you all for your comments! I'm excited to see this book in stores this week, and also anticipating the release of Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands in June, 2017.

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  31. How exciting, Susan! Looking forward to this new release next year!

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  32. And the winner--selected through random.org-- is: DEANNA STEVENS! Congratulations, Deanna. Susan will be in touch with you too arrange delivery of your copy. Thanks for entering.

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    1. Wonderful! thank you so much, I know I'll love it!

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