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Monday, February 11, 2019

Too Good to Be True Book Give-Away!

Could he really be as perfect as he seems?

Today I want to celebrate the recent release of the e-book version of my romantic comedy novel, Too Good to Be True, by giving away a copy. But first, I want to announce that the winner of the free copy of Mending Fences, by Suzanne Fisher, is:

proudmama315@...

Congratulations! I'll email you for your snail mail address, and (assuming you're a U.S. resident) we'll get your book right out to you. I encourage readers to keep commenting and/or subscribe at right (above my list of books) in order to learn about new releases! U.S. subscribers are entered in the drawings a second time when they comment.

And now let me share with you the write-up on this week's feature, Too Good to Be True:

Trish Perry, author of the charming novel The Guy I’m Not Dating, follows up with a contemporary, humorous tale of how love and life unfold in surprising ways.

Rennie Young, heroine of Too Good to Be True, meets the gallant Truman Sayers after she faints in the boys’ department of the local super store. Despite this unromantic introduction, Tru Sayers, a handsome young labor–and–delivery nurse, seems like a gift from God. But a recent divorce and other life disappointments cause Ren to question whether she can trust her heart and God.

This clever novel encourages readers to lean on God’s leading and to be open to life after the hurt—even when it seems too good to be true.

The e-book can be purchased online via the following link:



Soon I'll be releasing the e-book version of the book that follows Too Good to Be True, titled Beach Dreams. I'll do a give-away of that book, as well, so do watch for that! The book focuses on the romantic relationship that develops between two of the characters who were pivotal in the stories of The Guy I'm Not Dating and Too Good to Be True, Tiffany LeBoeuf (former bad girl) and Jeremy Beckett (funny, romantic Brit). The write-up:

Tiffany LeBoeuf recently lost her mother to cancer. Still grieving, Tiffany seeks rest for her body and soul at a cozy beach house in San Diego. A scheduling mix–up causes a double booking, and Tiffany ends up sharing the house with a woman named Eve. When Eve’s boyfriend, Jeremy, arrives to surprise Eve, he’s surprised to see Tiffany as well. He settles in at the beach house next door, and what happens after that surprises them all.

A fun, contemporary romance about how God uses even our mistakes to bring about His divine purposes. Beach Dreams is the perfect get–away read.

If you'd like to be entered in the drawing for Too Good to Be True, answer the following question. What are you thoughts these days about romantic comedy novels? Do you enjoy the break from more serious reads, or do you find yourself only choosing novels that are completely serious in nature?

As I mentioned above, I plan to give away a free e-copy of Too Good to Be True. To enter, leave a comment and your email below in answer to my question, above. "Please enter me" won't get you entered. Remember that U.S. subscribers are entered an additional time in each drawing. The drawing is done by email, so leave your email address, like so: trish[at]trishperry[dot]com. 

Only United States residents are eligible for the drawing, but anyone can subscribe to the blog posts via the GDPA-compliant Feedblitz box above my list of books, at right.

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10 comments:

Neesie said...

I love to read a comedy in between the serious stuff

lejeune.sarah said...

Comedies and romantic comedies are needed! I can't read serious all the time.

Shonda Fischer said...

I would love to read this, I love comedy in a book especially romance. I don’t think there has ever been a person who hasn’t had something funny happen on a date! Following you on Facebook.

Anonymous said...

I like to sandwich a “fun” rom com betwen a “seroius” read. It’s healthy to not be serious all of the time (and I tend to be serious). I’d love to read this, but I don’t care for something that is completely silly. This does not sound silly to me.
perrianne(DOT)askew(AT)me(DOT)com
Perrianne Askew

Pam K. said...

Like the others who have commented, I like to intersperse romantic comedy with more series novels. I do like the meaty historicals, novels that deal with serious issues, and sometimes mystery and suspense. Other times I just need something I know will make me laugh and feel good. Too Good to be True sounds like it will be one that would be really fun to read.
I follow you on Facebook. Thanks for the giveaway.

pmkellogg56[at]gmail[dot]com

Kathy Anderson said...

I love reading romantic comedy. Sometimes there is too much stress in my life and I want to read a book that will make me laugh.

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Trish Perry said...

I tend to be as the rest of you said--I love the hefty stories, but sometimes I'm just in the mood for fun.

Be sure to leave your [fractured] email in your comment, if you want to be included in the drawing.

lejeune.sarah said...

Whoops! Forgot my email! - My previous comment "Comedies and romantic comedies are needed! I can't read serious all the time." My email is lejeune(at)gmail(dot).com :)

Gail H. said...

I enjoy variety and a comedy I’d refreshing sandwiched between more serious type fiction.
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Angie Quantrell said...

LOL. I rarely read a serious book! I need the lightness and freshness of comedy to face all the dark news and junk that is all around us. I'd rather read rom coms than serious anytime! :) angelecolline at yahoo dot com

 

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