The Breadth Of The Soul by Linda Lee Williams @williamslindal #FridayReads #Bookreview

The Breadth of the SoulThe Breadth of the Soul by Linda Lee Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Breadth Of The Soul is a sweet holiday themed mystery. Set in Colorado Springs, it opens with a young women waking on a Greyhound bus and not knowing who she is, where she is or where she is going.

Tentative conversation and becoming aware of her surroundings she finds herself heading into Colorado Springs a few days before Thanksgiving. She has a bag of money, clothes, but no ID, phone or details of where she is going.

Alone at the bus station, a young girl beckons and she follows her to a local café, but the girl disappears. Believing she has amnesia, she allows local man Dustin to help her.

Dustin owns his own business and holds a deep pain inside, years ago a traffic accident caused the death of the love of his life. He sees a likeness in this vulnerable women and feels a need to help her. Aided by a little supernatural help, Dustin and the mystery women, both find a way of moving on and finding happiness.

This is a quick feel good read.

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#RomancingSeptember Day 3 Old Town Nights by Linda Lee Williams @williamslindal #Romance

Welcome to Day 3 of #RomancingSeptember

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Our guest today is Linda Lee Williams and her book Old Town Nights

Old Town Nights by Linda L Williams

Old Town Nights by Linda L Williams

Where is your hometown?

I hail from Chicago, Illinois, but have lived in Denver, Colorado, for twenty-five years.

How long have you been writing romance?

Since the 1980s. I started self-publishing my novels several years ago.

What is your favorite subgenre of romance?

Paranormal, fantasy, or science fiction.

Where is your book set?

Chicago, Illinois.

Tell us about Abby.

Abby Lawrence is a successful real estate broker on Chicago’s north side. She’s outgoing, spunky, and driven to be the best. Because her father deserted her family when she was young, she has trust issues—especially where men are concerned. Abby often finds herself in the position of caring for her irresponsible younger sister, Sally, which backfires on her after she meets Ambrose Slater.

What is the Slater family business?

The Slaters own two successful bakeries, one in Old Town and the other in Lincoln Square. As Ambrose points out: It’s the ideal occupation for the “sleepless in Chicago.”

How does Ambrose trick Abby to get her alone?

He makes an appointment with her to view a house he knows is vacant. After that, it’s just a matter of time before he makes his big move!

Ambrose isn’t an ordinary man, is he? What is different about him?

Ambrose is a vampire-human hybrid. Although he’s mortal, he does possess a hidden set of fangs and a craving for blood.

Tell us what you are working on at the moment.

A Christmas novella titled The Breadth of the Soul. As with my other books, the story is a contemporary romance with a paranormal twist.

Where can readers find out more about you?

LINDA-L Williams

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Book reviews in magazines I write for in August #bookreviews

The following books made it to Fleet Life magazine this month.

FL Aug 15

For the online edition go to load the online directory and turn to page 28.

The Family Trap by Joanne Phillips

Rise Of The Enemy by Rob Sinclair

Old Town Nights by Linda Lee Williams

Swamp Ghosts by Marcia Meara

Country Affairs by Zara Stonely

The next set of books made it into the August edition of The Elvetham Heath Directory,

EHD Aug 15

The online edition can be found at load the online directory and turn to page 22

Big Men’s Boots by Emily Barraso

The Cunning Woman’s Cup by Sue Hewitt

Will O’ The Wisp by C. S Boyack

Dream On by Terry Tyler

From Lime Street To Yirgacheffe by Robert Leigh

Old Town Nights by Linda Williams @williamslindal #Paranormal #Romance

Old Town Nights (Blood & Company, #1)Old Town Nights by Linda Lee Williams

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Old Town Nights is an adult paranormal romance. Think of an Adult Twilight mixed with The Cake Boss. Ambrose Slater and his family run the Slater Bakeries in Chicago. Abby Lawrence is a real estate agent.

Ambrose has been in love with Abby for several months, he’s a gentleman but he has been stalking her. He sets up a house viewing appointment with her just to finally meet her, but his intentions are selfish.

Abby finds him very attractive, but when he takes matters into his own hands she is shocked by what she finds. Falling in love Abby is divided by her love for Ambrose and what she sees their future to be. The longer they stay together the harder it is for both of them until finally they make a fateful decision.

Have they done what is right or what is best for their future?

I liked this book because I’m a Twilight fan and a fan of The Cake Boss, it’s ticks the boxes of a modern paranormal romance too.

This review is based on a free copy of the book which I won.

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