We’ve come to the end of the fantastic book tour for THE MAN SHE KNEW! In case you missed any post, here are the highlights as well as the links to see the post in full:
Between the Coverz – Review (5 stars!)
The Man She Knew was a charming and well-written story. There were many twists and turns that formed a believable plot. There was a lot of action and romance to keep my interest piqued. This author really knows how to build up the story and keep your attention to the very end. The characters were well developed and engaging. Loree Lough did a great job of bringing out several feelings throughout this story – heartache, laughter, love, and hope.
The Voluptuous Book Diva – Excerpt
Her lips touched his, softly, gently, slowly at first.
But only at first. Where he ended and she began, Ian couldn’t say. Did she realize that as her kisses slid from his mouths to his cheeks, from his forehead to his chin, she’d awakened every hope and dream he’d secreted away, that she’d roused every manly urge he thought had died long ago? It seemed she was reaching into his soul. How would she respond after reading years of unanswered love he’d written there?
The Pen and Muse Book Reviews – Excerpt
He couldn’t imagine how she’d intended it, because the only thing Ian could think of was an article he’d read in the Sunday Sun about how that the brutal truth was often hidden behind sarcastic humor. If that’s how she really felt…
Books,Dreams,Life – Fun Facts
When an Autistic boy goes missing during a camping trip in the Allegheny Mountains, chaperone Maleah joins the search…with Ian and his SAR dog, Cash.
Triple A Book Blog – Review
This book grabs your heart and straps it into a roller coaster. I didn’t want to put the book down, even after I finished it. And the end is so… perfectly suited to the rest of the book.
What is That Book About – Excerpt
Concerned as he was about the condition of the people trapped up there, Ian made his way up, one cautious step at a time. Because if the staircase gave way before they even found them…
Romancing the Books and More – Character Profile
Thanks to his aunt’s loving generosity, he worked his way up at her Baltimore bistro in historic Fells Point, from dishwasher to waiter, from manager to owner of the now-successful establishment. But no amount of hard work, he discovers, can blot Maleah’s final words from his wounded heart.
Pick a Genre Already – Excerpt
If the powers that be decided to give him one more chance, he’d make things right.
Somehow, I’ll make things right…
Hot Choco and Books – Dream Cast
In a perfect world, a made-for-TV or big screen movie would star Rodolfo Greco as Ian Sylvestry and Hayden Panettiere as Maleah Turner.
The Romance Reviews – Interview
[Inspiration for writing The Man She Knew] I’ve always believed in second chances, so when I hear stories about recidivism by ex-cons, it hurts my heart. “There but by the grace of God,” any of us might have committed a serious crime…and paid for it with time behind bars. But once that time is served, every former prisoner is entitled to prove that they’re changed men and women who can contribute to society. That is precisely what led me to make Ian Sylvestry a reformed man.
The Romance Reviews – Review (5 stars!)
The internal dialogue…greatly enhanced the story and strengthened my sympathy for both characters along with my desire for their HEA…This is a story about lost loves, second chances, forgiveness, and redemption and it’s lovely.
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming
Publication Date: June 1, 2017
– Terri, Goodreads Reviewer
– Claudia Mossman
Giveaway – EXTENDED until June 17!
2 x $10 Amazon Gift Card
2 x The Man She Knew Paperback Copy (US Winners)
2 x The Man She Knew eBook Copy (International Winners)
About Loree Lough