Thursday, December 2, 2010

Finding Rose by Stephanie Humphreys

It's blog tour time for Whitney Nominee Finding Rose by Stephanie Humphreys

Three copies of the book will be given away...maybe to YOU!

Want to win? It's easy. Check out the fabulous reviews and leave a comment telling why you're excited to read Finding Rose. Remember to include your email address. If you tweet about the blog tour, or post about it on your blog or facebook, leave the link in the comments section and you'll receive an additional entry.

Here's a snippet from the back cover all rosy-colored:

"You're tired, Papa." Rose pulled the quilt over his thin shoulders and kissed him on the cheek.

"Think about what I said." He gently squeezed her hand. "I wish you would consider giving Miles a chance."

"Miles! I wish Sean had never brought him here. He's so serious. In all the time he's been here, he's hardly ever smiled. . . . He annoys me and I wish he would go home." Still, Rose couldn't help but think of his gentleness when he cared for her father.

On his deathbed, Rose Sterling's father asks her to consider Miles Crandall as a suitor. Then Rose is sent to live with an uncle in Spring Creek, Montana, far from her carefree life with her family in Utah. Miles is returning to his hometown of Spring Creek to set up a medical practice, so Rose is certain her being sent there is a setup. Yet Miles doesn't seem interested in her, and after Rose falls ill in Montana, he seems content to act as her physician and friend. When Rose captures the attention of Miles's younger, flamboyant brother as well as the town sheriff, Miles retreats even further from any attempt at courtship.

How can Rose honor her father's last wish if Miles doesn't even try to court her? Will she have the courage to put her heart on the line and fight for the one she really loves?

So the question of the hour is...Will Rose honor her father's last wish? Read the book to find out the answer to this and other burning questions. And beware the deathbed requests of all dying parents. Just saying.
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Here's the blog tour dates. Get crack-a-lackin on those comments, folks!

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7 comments:

Vivien said...

I think this sounds great.

Vivien
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Elizabeth Morgan said...

I think it sounds wonderful.
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Bonnie said...

Fulfilling deathbed wishes is always tricky. I'm interested to find out how Rose is able to do it.
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Renae W. Mackley said...

Gotta love a love story with one party not interested and then it switches. Hope I win the book. mackley2809@msn.com

Marsha Ward said...

It seems my comment got lost. Second try: I love historical fiction, especially when it's LDS and clean. I'm looking forward to reading Finding Rose, especially since some of my ancestors were called to resettle after they were already established in one area.

marshaward.az AT gmail DOT com

Rachel Rager said...

This sounds great!! I'm so glad I saw this! Thanks for posting it!

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Stephanie Humphreys said...

Thank you, Valerie,

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