Good Morning Friends!
I had a blast this past weekend in Bandera, TX! If you're looking for a great vacation spot, check out the Silver Spur Guest Ranch there.
Today I'm hosting a virtual blog tour for Cindy Bradford with her book, Promises Kept brought to you by Nikki Leigh Promotions.
Cindy Bradford, Ph.D., is also the author of Keeping Faith and Promises Kept. She lives at South Padre Island, Texas, and spends several months a year in Ruidoso, New Mexico. She is a retired public school educator and university professor. She often incorporates her knowledge of wine into her writings and shares the beautiful places she has visited with her readers. http://www.doccbradford.com/
For more details about Cindy Bradford, visit http://www.keepingfaiththenovel.com/ and www.DocCBradford.com/my-books
Excerpt: He knew that several years earlier she might have finished her sentence and gone a step further, but during the last few years, she had become more refined, softer around the edges. In law school she had learned cases, canons and codes, and she had acquired sophistication as well. Both made her more confident, determined, and firmer in her resolve. The refinement made her delivery poised and articulate, although she could still be brash and blunt with a comment. Undoubtedly, she was tough, but sensitive, a fighter with a heart. She cut no slack, yet she was generous in her compassion. It is the total package of complexity and contrasts that makes her a good lawyer already, before her first case, Patrick thought.
“When can you come to Maine?” Patrick asked.
“As soon as I get a ticket and pack. Where should I fly into?”
“Why don’t you see if you can get a ticket to Bangor? If not, then Portland. We’ll probably want a couple of days here to talk and plan.”
“Okay. I’ll call you back as soon as I know times and which airport.”
“Faith, hang on. How’s your mother?”
“Good,” she said. “She wants to come as soon as things begin.”
“Really? She really wants to do that?”
“Yes, she has a lot of vacation coming and she can stay with me.”
“Tell her that would be good and that I asked about her, will you?”
“Sure, Dad, but you could tell her yourself, you know.”
“Yes, maybe I will. We’ll see.”
But Faith knew he wouldn’t call Sue nor could she figure out why. She had asked him several times why he wouldn’t make the first move to mend the scars of their past, but he never had an answer. She wasn’t sure he knew.
Note from Nikki & Cindy:
We invite you to join us on the Promises Kept virtual tour and every comment you post on the tour posts – will get you an entry into a drawing for a copy of the first book in this series – Keeping Faith.
Visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/03/02/promises-kept/ for the complete schedule.
We have a FREE gift for you – visit http://doccbradford.com/my-books/#excerpt to download a preview of both Cindy’s book.
Well Friends, hope you enjoyed this virtual book tour.
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Until later... Be BLESSED!