Lynn has graciously offered to give away a copy (hard copy or e-book) of "Covert Justice" to one lucky person. In order to be entered, see the Rafflecopyter giveaway link at the end of this post. The last day to enter is June 14, 2015. If you are chosen, I will be in touch to get your information to pass along to Lynn.
Before sharing my review, here's a bit of information from Lynn.
A Word from Lynn...
Thank you for having me, Leslie!
I grew up in the mountains of western North Carolina, so I was thrilled to discover that it was the perfect setting for Covert Justice. I can’t imagine the story taking place anywhere else.
Some of my favorite childhood memories are of hiking to waterfalls in the Pisgah National Forest and along the Blue Ridge Parkway, but it wasn’t until the mid-2000’s that I first hiked to the waterfalls of the DuPont State Forest. I was amazed that my family had never been there, especially since it’s located just a few miles from my grandmother’s home. How had we missed this beautiful spot?
What I discovered was that the land that now makes up the DuPont State Forest had not been open to the public during my childhood. It had been privately owned by the DuPont corporation until the mid-90s, when it was sold at a very generous price to a conservation group, allowing for its eventual development into a protected state forest.
The trails of the DuPont State Forest are now a favorite hiking spot for our family and at some point I started wondering about a family owned company sitting on acres of undeveloped, waterfall-dotted property. I started thinking about who would live there, what sorts of products they would make in their manufacturing facility, and, of course, what sort of trouble would come knocking on their door and change their lives forever.
I’d been thinking about these characters and their story for a while when I had the opportunity to participate in The Search for a Killer Voice contest in 2014. The story was mostly a loose idea in my head, but jumping into the contest allowed me to finally bring the story to completion. I hope you enjoy it!
You can read my review on the RT Book Reviews website. Please follow the link:
(I gave it 4 out of 4 1/2 stars.)
Lynn believes in the power of stories, especially those that remind us that true love exists, a gift from the Truest Love. She’s passionate about CrossFit, coffee, and chocolate (don’t make her choose) and experimenting with recipes that feed both body and soul. She lives in South Carolina with her true love, Brian, and their three children. You can follow her real life happily ever after at lynnhugginsblackburn.com.
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