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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

#TuesdayTreasures: New Release by Toni V. Sweeney

Good Morning and Welcome to another edition of Tuesday Treasures!

As an author, a new release is always something to treasure. From the moment of creation, to completion then contract, the entire process is a thrill. Then comes the promotion part. Many authors are intimidated or overwhelmed by the advertising aspect of writing. Some enjoy this aspect of their career just as much as the writing.

As a reader, the discovery of a new author or a favorite author's new release is something we anticipate.

Either way, new releases are treasured.

That's why I'm pleased to bring you my new author friend, Toni V Sweeney's new release, THE SUNDAY MAN (Book 5: Liam, in the McCoy Family Saga.)

Like his uncle Padraig, Liam McCoyh is the black sheep of the McColy family’s third generation.  Unlike his uncle, he has no intention to change. Being the owner of some questionable businesses suits him just fine.

Unfortunately Liam never fully recovered from the shoot-out saving his cousin’s life, and if he doesn’t change his way of living soon…he may not be living much longer.

When his father demands he return to Ireland, Liam has to again become the gentleman he was raised to be. A devastating rainstorm and a spirited Irish lass will definitely change the way he thinks about a lot of things.


He couldn’t believe it. Liam clutched the letter, his fingers crushing it into a ruined ball as he stared at the ceiling. Everything blurred and he realized his eyes were filled with tears.

“Are you all right?” Siobhan gave him a few moments alone to read his letter before she came in.

He didn’t answer, simply shook his head and looked away, blinking rapidly.

“Liam? What’s happened? What did the note say?” She reached for it.

“That’s none of your business.” He jerked it away, holding it so she couldn’t touch it.

“I think it is.” She didn’t attempt to take the letter again, however. “You’re upset, and if that affects your recovery…”

“Just leave me alone,” he interrupted.  He didn’t tell her he was more angry than hurt, that he, Liam McCoy, who’d always been so careful not to form any emotional  attachments, had finally found someone he could really care for…and she’d tossed him aside. He was too sharp to be captured…and now, the one woman to whom he’d told he might love if she wished it, had jilted him, because of something he couldn’t control, because he was ill. I’m this way because of you. I left your bed and rode into the rain and that’s why you’ve deserted me?

Injured masculine pride stung.


Wow...sounds intriguing doesn't it? You might know we get in on the 5th book in a series, right? LOL!

Anyway you can purchase The Sunday Man directly from the Publisher, or at Amazon.  It is also available in the UK, France and Germany (I think).

Hope you enjoyed today's treasure!

Until next time...take care and God Bless.


Diane Burton said...

Good luck, Toni, on your new release. Sounds intriguing.

Patricia Kiyono said...

I love to read about families and this series sounds delicious. Thanks so much for sharing, and best wishes on its success!

Nightingale said...

I was lucky enough to get to know this series before publication. It really is a good read, and Liam's book deserves as many applause as the others! Linda

M.J. Schiller, Romance Author said...

Love me an Irishman! This sounds really good! Thanks for sharing!

Marissa Garner said...

Best of luck with your new release. Sounds like an interesting read.