Monday, September 25, 2017

'The Pretender' $75 Amazon GC and prize basket Giveaway

The Pretender: A Blackguard in Disguise - Book I in The Caselli Family Series by Ta`Mara Hanscom

Set in South Dakota in 1975, where eighteen-year-olds could order 3.2 beer in a bar, and loaded guns were kept under the counter.

Frankie Valli sang "My Eyes Adored You," and American soldiers returning from Vietnam struggled with their new reality.

It's within this tumultuous season of American history that Tillie Caselli meets Noah Hansen, and they are never the same again. Their lives were mysteriously intertwined-and had been for many years-yet they had no idea. 

From the moment they met, Tillie and Noah wanted to spend the rest of their lives together, but a deliberate omission will keep them apart---and that same omission will be responsible for the escape of a murderer, and a bride's deception.

Born and raised in South Dakota, Ta`Mara loves to write about the Great Plains and the beauty and people of Italia. While her husband and children manage their two pizza ristorante, Ta`Mara works full time on The Caselli Family Series, and ministers to women. It is Ta`Mara s prayer that as the readers explore the truths in these volumes, they will come away with a new perspective on love, forgiveness, obedience, and God's plan for marriage

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Join Ta'Mara in celebrating the release of the second printing and new covers by entering to win her $75 prize basket giveaway!

One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A copy of The Pretender
  • A $75 Amazon gift card
  • A decorative box containing measuring cups, ten recipes from the book, a potholder, a kitchen towel, pepper and salt grinders, kitchen utensils, and an olive oil dispenser
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The Pretender Ta'Mara Hanscom

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's review-  Hurt, Pain, times of emotional distress as well as feelings that most people never need to feel come out in this book.  The author chose a story that brings sadness and sorrow to a reader.  While the writing is powerful and the settings are described perfectly, I feel that unless you as a reader want to put down a book and spend the rest of the day or night thinking about the topics included, this may not be a good fit for you.   The writing style chosen invites you to become a part of this story like a fly on the wall.  It opens a window for you to peer into and may not go well with some more religious people. 

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