New Release Spotlight – Sandra Dailey “Close Enemy” from The Wild Rose Press – PLUS a Giveaway!

Check out this new release from Sandra Dailey. I LOVE the cover. Sounds like an awesome read!

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Blurb – Caleb McCrae is a powerful man with a broken soul. In six years, Leah was the only person to help him forget the painful memories, but only for one night. Now she seems to have disappeared. A mysterious letter arrives, and she’s in trouble…in more ways than one.

Leah Fletcher’s life is complicated. To care for her drug and alcohol addicted mother she works at a sleazy men’s club…until she finds out she’s pregnant and is framed for a crime that lands her in jail. When a stranger visits, she learns her troubles have just begun.

Bogdan Petrov has waited eleven years to get back the money Leah’s father stole from him. Despite her denials, he knows she’s hiding it. He’s arranged to infiltrate every part of her life until he gets what he wants, but soon realizes that an unknown person is doing the same to him.

Excerpt – Caleb sat in a plastic chair in front of a glass window with a telephone mounted on each side at his right. The chair across from him was empty. After five more minutes an inmate was led to the door. When she came into view through a large window, his heart skipped a beat. It was her, Leah.

Her dark ringlets had grown to barely brush her shoulders and looked dull. Her face was pale and sad, but he was sure she was the girl who’d written.

She raised her handcuffs to be checked. The orange scrub top was so big on her the shoulder seams fell several inches down her thin upper arms. There was a chain attached to the cuffs that would be hooked to a belt around her waist. Her feet were probably shackled too. Didn’t they know she was harmless? Caleb rubbed his temples to ward off a gnawing ache. The man on the phone had said seven months. Almost the entire time he’d looked for her, she’d been right here…serving a jail sentence. How had this happened to such a gentle soul? She couldn’t be the woman he’d thought her to be.

When the door opened, she shuffled to the chair across from him. The chains from her wrists and between her feet probably weighed as much as she did. There wasn’t a belt at her waist, though. It hung around her hips…under her basketball-sized belly. Caleb’s stomach twisted and he felt a little lightheaded. She was, without a doubt, pregnant.

 

Question – Have you ever seen someone after a long period of time and found that they’d drastically changed?

Prize – Tell us about it in a comment for a chance to win a copy of the first book, Common Enemy, for you Kindle or Nook. Be sure to include your email address. I’ll choose my favorite answer on Saturday, January 16, 2016. Return to this post or my Facebook page that afternoon to see who won.

 

Bio – Sandra Dailey lives with her husband and mother in a small town in North Florida, far from the maddening crowds. Her children and grandchildren all live close and keep her ridiculously busy and active. Her passions are reading, writing, and crafts. Her addictions are coffee, chocolate, and football. Her aversions are cooking, housework and negative people. She loves to hear from fellow readers and writers, so get in touch.

Website/Blog: http://www.sandradailey.blogspot.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sandradailey.author

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sdaileyauthor

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/author/sandradailey

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6551048.Sandra_Dailey

 

 

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17 responses to “New Release Spotlight – Sandra Dailey “Close Enemy” from The Wild Rose Press – PLUS a Giveaway!

  1. Sandra Dailey

    Thanks for hosting me, Alicia.

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  2. msspencerauthor

    Congratulations on the new release–sure to be a winner! M. S.

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  3. Great excerpt! Congrats on your new release- it sounds intriguing!

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  4. This sounds like a real winner from your excerpt. Wishing you lots of luck and lots of sales.

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  5. My replies to individual comments don’t seem to be showing. Thanks to everyone who has commented and wished me well. Isn’t this a beautiful site?

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  6. I’m having a difficult time replying. If you see this, I want to thank everyone who has commented and wished me well. Isn’t this a beautiful site?

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  7. Barbara Bettis

    Enjoyed the excerpt, Sandra. Best of luck with this new title! As a matter of fact, I have seen someone after several years and not known him. It was at a class reunion–I know, everyone has that story. But…At this 20 year reunion, I didn’t recognize the gorgeous man sitting three places down from me. I leaned over to ask my H.S. bestie his name and whose husband he was and she said, “That’s (Jack).” I couldn’t believe it–the medium tall, thin and gangly, freckle-faced Jack we’d graduated with had matured into literally tall, dark, and handsome, with yummy wavy hair, melting blue eyes and…muscles. But the good news is…he was and is still happily married to his high school sweetheart. He head was never turned by the changes in himself.

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  8. Sounds like a great read! Hav e to check this one out.

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  9. Intriguing story. My congratulations on your release. Go sales!

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