Friday, June 29, 2012

Book Nibbles

The Reunion Game by Jan Scarbrough is our Nibble for today.

The Reunion Game is the fourth ebook novella in the re-release of
the Ladies of Legend original title, Finding Home. First time released as a
separate ebook!

Pickings are slim in Legend, Tennessee, until a high school reunion gives thirty-something Jane Smith a second chance to exorcise the demon of Graham Winchester and get on with her life.

Switching places with her famous and glamorous twin sister is just what small town girl Jane needs to get Mr. Most Likely to Succeed into bed and out of her heart.

Get your copy for $.99 today on Amazon.

Jan's Bio: I've dreamed of being a writer since I reported on freelance writing for a career project in the
ninth grade. After majoring in English at Western Kentucky University, I taught high school English for
five years. Since 1982 I've made my living as a writer — a technical writer — but I didn't have the nerve
to make my dream come true until after a life-threatening illness in 1988. I've enjoyed my process of
becoming a published author. A member of the Romance Writers of America, I've been active in my local
Kentucky RWA chapter and am a member of Novelist, Inc. My best friends are fellow writers. Who else
will check a point plot for me or understand GMC and POV? I live in Louisville, Kentucky, along with
two dogs and four cats. I enjoy taking riding lessons on the American Saddlebred Horse. I'm a member of
the American Saddlebred Horse Association . I volunteer at The Luci Center, a non-profit 501c3
organization located in Shelbyville Kentucky providing therapeutic riding and hippotherapy for
individuals with disabilities.

My thoughts:
I haven't read The Reunion Game but how can you pass up this cover! I have read her Tangled Memories and really enjoyed her writing. I'll be adding this book to my TBR pile, for sure. Plus, at only 85 pages, this is sure to be a quick, yummy read!

1 comment:

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