*FREE* Missouri in a Suitcase

Reaching out to all of my subscribers to say *THANKS SO MUCH* for your continued support, and to let you know that to show my appreciation, I am giving away ‘MISSOURI IN A SUITCASE’ ***FREE*** (today only). Just follow the link below and pick up your copy of the 5-star rated novel.


Here’s a short excerpt and the editor’s note:
     Lizabeth Porter has no chance to grieve the death of her father. She has turned all of her attention to raising her orphaned 10-year-old brother, Tommy. Ever since Tommy witnessed the death of their father, he has refused to speak or let go of a battered old, yellow suitcase. Quitting her job and breaking off her engagement, Lizabeth moves Tommy to her grandparent’s dilapidated house in Colorado. She hopes that a new town will help to leave the bad memories behind, in Missouri, and give her back her little brother.
Living across the street from her grandparent’s house is an old childhood friend, Gabe Taylor, a man she just can’t seem to remember or be nice to. Gabe is just what Tommy needs, a male figure to replace the father he lost. Gabe is able to get more out of Tommy in one afternoon than Lizabeth has accomplished since her father’s death. As Tommy opens up to Gabe, slowly, so does Lizabeth. Yet, Missouri is not completely behind them. Old relationships and secrets keep drawing them back.
Editor’s Note – Not since Jessica Shattuck’s ‘The Hazards of Good Breeding’, has a novel explored the depths of love between a brother and sister with such insight. ‘Missouri in a Suitcase’ is a tour de force of love and suspense.

Again, from the bottom of my heart, thanks to my guests for sharing their passion and thanks to the growing number of readers who tune in each week. Without you, Ink Drop Interviews wouldn’t be possible.


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