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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Saturday Spotlight - Julie Lessman!

Hello Again!

Time for another Saturday Spotlight.

Today I'd like to introduce to you a wonderful lady and fellow author, Juile Lessman who has garnered much writing acclaim, including ten Romance Writers of America awards. She resides in Missouri with her husband and their golden retriever, and has two grown children and a daughter-in-law. She is the author of The Daughters of Boston series, which includes A Passion Most Pure, A Passion Redeemed, and A Passion Denied. You can visit Julie at her Web site at http://www.julielessman.com/.

Book one in the series revolves around Faith O'Connor. She’s found the love of her life. Unfortunately, he loves her sister.

As World War I rages across the Atlantic in 1916, a smaller war is brewing in Boston. Faith O’Connor finds herself drawn to an Irish rogue who is anything but right for her. Collin McGuire is brash, cocky, and from the wrong side of the tracks, not to mention forbidden by her father. And then there’s the small matter that he is secretly courting her younger sister. But when Collin’s affections suddenly shift her way, it threatens to tear Faith’s proper Boston family apart.

Book 1 of the Daughters of Boston series, A Passion Most Pure will carry your heart from the sophisticated streets of Boston to the green hills of Ireland as men go off to war and women long for their return. Full of passion, romance, rivalry, and betrayal, it will captivate you from the first page.

Book 2 is about Faith's sister, Charity. Depth of beauty … shallow of heart, Charity O’Connor is a woman who gets what she wants. She sets her sights on a man who wants nothing to do with her, and although the sparks are there, he refuses to fan the coals of a potential relationship with a woman who ruined his life. Charity burned him once, destroying his engagement to the only woman he ever truly loved. He won’t play with matches again. But Charity has a plan to turn up the heat, hoping to ignite the heart of the man she loves. And she always gets what she wants—one way or another.

Well folks, if you like historical romances, these are two must reads!

That's it for this week's Saturday Spotlight. Stay tuned next week when we meet author Judith Rochelle!

Don't forget to run over to Elaine Cantrell's Blog and check out my interview.

Tuesday I'll be guest blogging at Simply Romance Reviews - hope to see you there!

Until later...take care, God Bless and remember...The One whose Passion saved us from sin!

PamT


5 comments:

Alycia said...

Hi once again Ms. Lessman! I can't wait until you have your next Daughters of Boston book out! I am giving one of your books to my aunt for Christmas. She loves to read. I know she will love reading it! Have a nice day!

Jessica said...

You're so right! It was His passion that saved us. Awesome way to put it :-)
I love Lessman's stories and can't wait to read the third!

Julie Lessman said...

Alycia, You go, girl -- you are neck and neck in the influencer contest!! And thank you for giving my book as a Christmas gift -- I really appreciate that. And there's even a Christmas scene in it, so it's season-appropriate! :) Have a blessed Thanksgiving!!

Hey, Jessica, thanks SO much for stopping by! It's really nice to see a regular face from Seekerville!

Pam, thanks SOOOOO much for featuring me on your Saturday Spotlight -- you are the best!

Hugs,
Julie

Abi said...

I've read her books they are wonderful.

Pamela S Thibodeaux said...

Thank you all for stopping by my blog and commenting on Julie's Saturday Spotlight.

PamT