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Excerpt Tour & #Giveaway: Gone by Karyn Good

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Excerpt Tour & #Giveaway: Gone by Karyn Good

Welcome to the Excerpt Tour for Gone by Karyn Good. A randomly drawn commenter will receive a $25 Amazon/BN GC via rafflecopter during the tour. Follow the blog tour by clicking on the banner image above. Commenting on blogs increases your chance of winning. Please only comment once per blog (unless it’s active conversations with an author, multiple comments from the same person will be deleted.)

 

Gone

Gone Cover

Blurb:

Ever since a devastating family tragedy seventeen years ago, Grace Bighill has struggled to keep her remaining family from falling apart. Then the discovery of her mother’s body in the woods unearths a connection to a decades old murder case, and Grace is dragged into a politician’s bitter bid for revenge.

 

Constable Mike Davenport’s days in Aspen Lake are numbered. He’s ready to take his next step up the career ladder somewhere a lot more cosmopolitan. He’s avoided any emotional attachments, despite having fallen hard for a certain stubborn local. But when a body turns up, Mike’s careful intentions collapse in the face of Grace’s grief and her exhaustive efforts to care for her family.

 

A search for answers leads Grace and Mike down a twisted path proving no one can escape their roots. But someone might die trying.

 

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Series: Aspen Lake Series #3

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Grace Bighill hustled to wipe down the recently vacated table and pocketed the ten-dollar tip from a forty-dollar tab. Waitressing at The Back Forty, Aspen Lake’s version of a dive bar, was demanding work, especially on a Friday night during tourist season. She spared a second to catch her breath, but the stink of body odor and beer mixed with the August heat didn’t provide a lot of relief.

Unnoticed by patrons who swayed to country music blasting from ancient speakers, she slapped her rag down. The dim lighting and neon bar signs gave the illusion of a good time waiting to happen. For the patrons, anyway.

A college-aged kid knocked into her on his rush by, hand pressed to his mouth. She really hoped he made it all the way to the toilet or there was a mop bucket in her future. Tourists. You had to love them, unless you were serving them or cleaning up after them. Then you kind of hated them. Take the guy at the pool table looking to sink a solid in the right-hand corner. He ordered drinks like it was his job to make her run and fetch things.

Then there was Ms. Do-You-Serve-a-Decent-Cabernet perched at bar flashing her platinum credit card and boobs at the guy more interested in his phone then her D cups. Didn’t stop Grace from rooting for her. She tipped an extra fifteen percent when she got lucky.

But if one more hipster in skinny jeans ordered some complicated cocktail, she was going to flip a shingle. The Back Forty was a bar in the middle of nowhere. They served cold beer, cheap wine, and free peanuts. The bartenders might be persuaded to toss a celery stalk in a glass of vodka and tomato juice. Unless they were out of celery.

Seriously, people.

About Karyn Good

Karyn Good grew up on the Canadian prairies and she's still there loving every minute. She writes romantic suspense featuring strong heroines and the men who love them. In the pages of her books you'll find danger, passion, and a winding path of twists and turns that lead to forever

 

 

 

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Solange
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Solange

Sounds like a great read. Thanks for sharing. Love the excerpt and book cover too.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Solange! Glad you enjoy the sneak peak at GONE!

Bridgett Wilbur
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Bridgett Wilbur

I would love to read your book.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Bridget!

Cali W.
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Cali W.

Thanks for the giveaway; I like the excerpt.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Cali!

Victoria
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Victoria

I’m definitely intrigued!

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Victoria! If you read it let me know what you think!

Dianne Casey
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Dianne Casey

I really liked the description of the book. Sounds like a great read.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Dianne!

Rita Wray
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Rita Wray

Sounds like a great read.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Rita!

Danielle Hammelef
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Danielle Hammelef

This book sounds suspenseful with so many obstacles thrown at the characters to keep me reading.

Karyn Good
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Thanks, Danielle!

Karyn Good
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Thank you so much for hosting me! I love the name Lampshade Reader! And I’m happy to answer any questions!

Bernard Wallace
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Bernard Wallace

Who is your favorite character in your book?

Karyn Good
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Gosh, that’s hard to say, I loved both Grace and Mike, but my favourite secondary character would be Ian Connelly, and older man harder by experience and who is definitely the strong, silent type.

James Robert
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James Robert

Congrats on this tour and thank for the opportunity to read about another great book out there to read. It helps out so I can find books I know my family will enjoy reading. Thanks as well for the giveaway.

Karyn Good
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Your welcome, James! It’s a true joy to be releasing this last book in the trilogy!

Goddess Fish Promotions
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Thanks for hosting!

Jeanna Massman
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Jeanna Massman

I like the cover. The colors are beautiful!

Karyn Good
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The cover artist, Kim Mendoza, did a wonderful job. AND the colors just happen to be all my favorites as I love all the blues!

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