Monday, March 28, 2016

“The Secret Between Them” Giveaway – by Cathryn Parry

** This contest is closed. Congratulations to Colleen C and Tammy Y! Colleen and Tammy, please send me your mail addresses via my website contact form here so that I may send your prizes.
(If you already have The Secret Between Them, feel free to substitute one of my backlist books.)
Thanks for reading, everyone! **


Good Morning, Harlequin Superromance readers! To celebrate the release of a new story, I have two advance paperback copies of my April 1st Superromance, “The Secret Between Them,” to give away on the blog this week:

They share more than a past 
A Marine wounded, weary and wiser, Kyle Northrup had planned to stay far away from Wallis Point. But after his stepfather’s passing, he must return home and claim his unexpected inheritance: the ice rink he grew up on.

Except he has to share ownership with Jessica Hughes, the hometown girl who got away and whose figure skating career he ended. He’d hoped the rink would save him once more, as it had when he was a grief-stricken youth, but working with Jessica will be hard.
Especially since his teenage infatuation is now full-blown adult attraction. And the last thing he wants to do is hurt Jessica again.

The Secret Between Them is the second, standalone story set in my fictional Wallis Point, NH beach town. The first story, The Long Way Home, featured hearing-impaired lawyer Natalie Kimball. She--and her now-husband Bruce Cole--return as supporting characters in Kyle and Jessica’s story.
My childhood vacations on the New Hampshire seacoast inspired the setting for these two books. Do you have any special memories of a seacoast vacation? Mention a favorite, and from the memories in the comment section, I’ll choose two winners for the book giveaway.

The comment section will close on Friday at midnight. On Saturday, I’ll list the prize winners in this blog. Good luck! And as always, thanks for reading!

13 comments:

Colleen C. said...

When I was a kid, my parents always took us to Wildwood NJ at the end of summer... a lot of memories through the years! Still remember the sounds and smells... enjoying ice cream... so much more!

Mindy Hardwick said...

This looks great! One of my favorite movies is The Cutting Edge with a figure skating heroine and hockey player hero.

Tammy Y said...

Cathryn,

Loved the Long Way Home . My daughter is hearing impaired, and I love hearing impaired characters. I grew up in Santa Barbara, CA so I have many memories of a coastal town. I loved to get up early and walk on the beach before the crowds got there. It was so peaceful.

dstoutholcomb said...

we used to take our boys to OC,MD before sports got in the way

denise

bn100 said...

going to the beach with friends

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

holdenj said...

When I was young, my parents took us to Padre Island in Texas. it was the first place I saw a jellyfish.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

Mary Preston said...

Every school holiday we would head up to the Sunshine Coast. It was always a fun, family time. When my father retired my parents moved to the coast. So, we still head up to the coast for holidays.

It is just like the promo says: beautiful one day, perfect the next.

Cathryn Parry said...

Thanks for your stories, Colleen, Mindy, Tammy, Denise, bn100, holden, and Mary.

Colleen, I went to Wildwood once, long ago. I forgot about that--thanks for the great memory!

Mindy, that movie is such a classic. Toe pick! :-)

Tammy, thanks--I like hearing impaired characters, too. Natalie has been one of my favorites to write.

DS--Ocean City! I never got to go there (we crossed the Bay Bridge but didn't have time to finish the drive), but we will get there some day.

JHolden and Mary: interesting, two more beaches to think about. :-) Thank you!

Cathryn

Di said...

My family started going to the Isle of Palms (just north of Charleston SC) many years ago. Now the next generation is going and loving the wide beaches and finding Sand Dollars.

Kirsten said...

I don't go often to the beach but the seaair and lengthy walks besides the salty water are good memories from childhood that I treasure. Sitting in the sand with an icecream in one hand and a book in the other, oh what fun we had as kids!!

Cathryn Parry said...

Di, that sounds wonderful. I love the part about the sand dollars. :-)

Kirsten, I agree. Sitting in the sand with an ice cream and a book--heaven!

Thanks for commenting!

Cathryn Parry said...

Congratulations to Colleen C and Tammy Y! Colleen and Tammy, please send me your mail addresses via my contact form here: http://cathrynparry.com/?page_id=46
so that I may send your prizes.
(If you already have The Secret Between Them, feel free to substitute one of my backlist books.)
Thanks for reading, everyone!

Colleen C. said...

Thanks Cathryn! Congrats also to Tammy! I sent off a message!

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