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Saving The Children by Fran McNabb #MFRWauthor #mgtab #RomSus @FranMcNabb


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Saving the Children

by Fran McNabb

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The lives of six orphans lie on the shoulders of a nurse and a wounded Special Ops soldier. . .

After losing her husband and unborn child in a car accident, Victoria Lafferty has devoted her life to helping South American children find homes in the US, but her plans are thrown into chaos by a rebellion in the country.

When his mission is compromised and he is shot and captured, Major John Dawson is kept alive so the rebel leader can “take care” of John himself for killing his brother.

Together Victory and John face the hostile jungle and the rebel leader, but will deep-seated guilt and a desire for revenge stand in the way of their life together?

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Excerpt:

The distant scream of a jaguar shattered the morning quiet of the jungle. Major John Dawson lay unmoving and imagined the beauty of the big cat stalking his prey in the last moments before the sun drove the animal into hiding.

John waited for another roar or scream from the thick underbrush—anything to help his mind escape the pain.

It didn’t come.

Finally he forced his eyelids open to face another day in captivity somewhere in the bowels of the tiny country of San Gabriel. Weak streams of light struggled through the hole in the thatched roof and fell on the dirt floor. The odor of lingering smoke and burned cornmeal sent his stomach muscles into knife-cutting contractions.

God, don’t let me vomit.

He covered his lower face with his hand then took several long deep breaths. Carefully he turned his head to the side to see how far the bucket of water sat away from him. He needed to wet his parched mouth, but getting to it meant moving, and moving meant more pain.

Bracing himself, he swallowed, lifted his elbow to begin the slide, but stopped. Talking and footsteps outside the door of his hut made him stop. His body went on alert. With a bullet still lodged somewhere in his left shoulder area and fever draining his body of every ounce of energy, there was nothing to do but wait for the makeshift door to be thrown open.

He gritted his teeth. He hated being helpless.

BUY LINKS:

SAVING THE CHILDREN can be found at the following outlets.

  Book on sale for $0.99

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http://www.wildrosepublishing.com/maincatalog_v151/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=195&products_id=6186

Amazon
http://amzn.com/B00V7CSRV

Nook
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/saving-the-children-fran-mcnabb/1121721940?ean=2940151495202

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AUTHOR Bio and Links:

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Fran McNabb grew up along the beaches and waterways of the Gulf Coast and has used this setting in many of her novels. She and her husband live on a quiet bayou harbor and love to spend time fishing and boating with their sons and families. Visit her at www.FranMcNabb.com, http://classicandcozybooks.blogspot.com, Twitter @FranMcNabb, Facebook Fran L McNabb.

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GIVEAWAY INFORMATION

Fran McNabb will be awarding a $15 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $15 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn host.

Enter to win a $15 Amazon/BN

JACQUIE BIGGAR  is a USA Today bestselling author of Romantic Suspense who loves to write about tough, alpha males and strong, contemporary women willing to show their men that true power comes from love.   She is the author of the popular Wounded Hearts series and has just started a new series in paranormal suspense, Mended Souls. She has been blessed with a long, happy marriage and enjoys writing romance novels that end with happily-ever-afters. Jacquie lives in paradise along the west coast of Canada with her family and loves reading, writing, and flower gardening. She swears she can't function without coffee, preferably at the beach with her sweetheart. :)

33 comments on “Saving The Children by Fran McNabb #MFRWauthor #mgtab #RomSus @FranMcNabb

  1. Thank you so much including my book SAVING THE CHILDREN in your blog. I look forward to meeting your followers.

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  2. Me again. I thought I’d better tell you I’ll be on the road today and might not be able to comment often. I’ll check in as soon as I can get to my son’s house. Thanks.

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  3. Pat Haggerty

    Looking good Fran!

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  4. Sounds like a great book! Thanks for sharing the excerpt.

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  5. Rita Wray

    I liked the excerpt.

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  6. I really enjoyed learning about you and your book! Thank you for a great post and contest!

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  7. Kimberly Rampersad

    Thanks for the excerpt, you’re very detailed in your descriptions on point.

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  8. Thank you so much for hosting my book and being part of my tour blog. I’ve enjoyed meeting some of your followers. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. Do you have a special time to write or how is your day structured?

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    • Mai Tran, thanks for the question. I’m a morning person so I seem to be most productive early in the day. Of course, when I’m “in” a new book I’ll write anytime during the day that I have ideas flowing. I’m lucky. I’m retired from teaching, so I can use my days as I wish. Thanks and have a great Sunday.

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  10. Danielle Corrow

    Great excerpt!

    Like

  11. Kimberly Rampersad

    Do you like to read books too and what type?

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  12. Kimberly, thanks for dropping by. Yes, I’m a reader as well as an author. I love relationship stories so I guess that’s why I write them. Even this romantic suspense (SAVING THE CHILDREN) is a relationship/love story set with a suspense background. Thanks for asking.

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  13. Kimberly Rampersad

    Thanks for the giveaway and the opportunity to lean about you.

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