$25 Giveaway & Love Unexpected is $.99

G.G.’s Jottings

June, 2018

Work:

To enter the drawing for the giveaway go HERE and scroll down to the giveway on the spotlight post for my book.

Today, my newest release, Love Unexpected is on sale for $.99 as part of a blog fest, Unforgettable Love! This book is the beginning of a new trilogy with continuing characters from The Three Gentlemen of London Trilogy, but it is also a standalone.
Click on Cover to Buy for $.99

 

Don’t miss G.G. Vandagriff’s latest Regency romance where a simmering attraction combines with a dangerous mystery . . .

When the widowed Lady Marianne Deveridge is invited to spend the season in London with her friend Lady Penelope Wellingham, she has no idea that Penny and Beau have another guest: Captain Ernest Saunders, Beau’s brother. Matchmaking is definitely afoot. However, after having been married to wandering explorer, Marianne has no intention of becoming involved with a wandering sea captain.
Her first sight of Captain Saunders in all his robust masculinity brings every one of her senses to attention. She knows then that her resolve will be difficult to keep.
Almost immediately upon making the captain’s acquaintance, Marianne becomes the focus of a mysterious villain who is devising a horse racing fraud. What has she seen to endanger a deadly felon? She has no idea.
Captain Saunders makes it his business to keep Marianne safe, and the two of them are brought closer by their investigation into the dark side of horse racing. Still, she thinks she is managing to resist his charms.
It is not until her very survival is at stake that she realizes how interwoven their lives have become. Will her heart ever recover once she watches another ship put out to sea?

Also, don’t forget to pre-order my new Romantic Suspense for the special price of $.99. When this book is released, the price will go back to $2.99.
Click on cover to pre-order for $.99

 

Wanted for a murder she didn’t commit.
Paula James must disappear. 
Who can she trust?
Investigative journalist Paula James has been on leave to nurse her dying mother. She tries to convince her father to leave the small farm house which has become a trap after her mother’s death. A sudden fire consumes her home and her father is killed. 
Paula flees to Chicago, reuniting with Emmy-Award-winning journalist, David van Pelt, for whom she has a well-concealed passion. They are determined to discover who and what has turned a peaceful backwoods region into a place where murders happen, and the local sheriff isn’t interested in solving them. 
As they are forced off the grid to dig through countless layers of misdirection, the two journalists fight the fierce attraction between them. Together they struggle to elude a drug lord whose influence spans the globe. Following leads to Seattle, Las Vegas, LA’s Chinatown, Chicago, and Arkansas, they find that everyone seems to know more than they do. But no one understands the whole story, and soon David and Paula are in the crosshairs of a murderer. 
When they finally confront the killer and discover the truth, it is far different than anything they could have imagined.

I am currently writing the sequel to Breaking News, called Sleeping Secrets. The goal is to get it ready for pre- order when Breaking News makes its debut.  I think my readers will love both these books with lots of action and romance!

Family & Fun:

We have just returned from our fun-filled trip to California where we celebrated Micah’s eighth birthday and his baptism. We took a quick trip down to Newport Beach as well.

Buffy and Nevie watching Astrid build her sand castle

8 year old Micah
I had a scary episode with Henry, my four-year-old Utah grandson, when we took an outing to a park about a mile from his house. We went by car. While we were at one playground, he decided he wanted to play at another, a significant distance from the first (in my eyes). I told him that I couldn’t walk that far (back and hip problems). He told me to drive and he would meet me there. Since both playgrounds were in the same park, I agreed to drive around the block to the other parking lot.
When I got there, he was nowhere to be found. Panicked and for some reason without my phone, I spent close to an hour dragging myself around the park, searching everywhere. I feared the worst–that he had been kidnapped. I decided I needed to face his mom (my daughter-in-law) and tell her the bad news. With great trepidation I drove back to their home. There was Henry standing on the porch! He had taken it into his head to walk home, never having done it before, but perfectly confident he could find his way. He had to cross two busy streets, but he assured me he had “looked both ways.” Needless to say, I collapsed from relief.