eBook Giveaway: Voices Echo by Linda Lee Graham

Today launches Linda Lee Graham's Blog Tour with HF Virtual Book Tours for Voices Echo (Book Three, Voices Series), and I have a chance for one of you to win an eBook!

02_Voices Echo 

Publication Date: June 16, 2014 | Repository Press, LLC | eBook; 570 pages

Series: Voices Series
Genre: Romantic Historical Suspense

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The third book in the VOICES series, VOICES ECHO stands alone as a riveting depiction of both the beauty of 18th-century Jamaica and the horrors of plantation life in the British West Indies.

When Albert Ross sailed to Jamaica months after their wedding, Rhiannon Ross believed he'd abandoned her for the sanctuary of his West Indies plantation and complacent mulatta mistress. Not one to live life in limbo, Rhiannon has followed in a bid to secure the funds necessary to ensure her financial independence and position as his lawful wife, and to quell her growing attraction to her unsuitable American advisor, Liam Brock.

Determined to put the enticing Mrs. Ross out of his mind, Liam Brock accepts an assignment to escort a young heiress to her father's Jamaican estate. Convinced his and Rhiannon's ships have crossed paths, he is stunned to learn Rhiannon is still with her husband, and shocked when he finds her isolated and frightened--a shell of the vibrant woman who still fills his dreams. He begins to suspect that beneath the exotic beauty of an island teeming with vitality, there beats a sinister pulse.

As evidence of smuggling and dark magic are uncovered, Rhiannon realizes that not only is her plantation in danger, but the lives of those she holds dearest are at stake. Though she struggles to hide her feelings for Liam, she cannot bear the thought of him coming to harm because of her. As greed on the island evolves into violence and violence into murder, Liam and Rhiannon find themselves in the midst of a deadly intrigue. Both must decide how far they will go in the name of protecting the other, and how much they will sacrifice to attain a future neither thought possible.

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About the Author

03_Linda Lee GrahamHistory and real-life narratives had always blended in Graham's imagination, particularly when she delved into the stories of her family's ancestors. Eventually the engaging voices of characters who might have lived emerged. Tracing paper trails quickly gave way to creating her own stories, and she hasn't looked back since.

For more information please visit Linda Lee Graham's website and blog. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Goodreads.

Voices Echo Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, November 3
Review & Giveaway at Historical Romance Lover

Tuesday, November 4
Review & Interview at A Cup of Tea & A Big Book

Wednesday, November 5
Review at Book Nerd

Monday, November 10
Spotlight & Giveaway at Mina's Bookshelf
Spotlight & Giveaway at Romance Junkies Blog

Wednesday, November 12
Review at Turning the Pages

Thursday, November 13
Guest Post at Bookish
Review at Romantic Historical Lovers

Monday, November 17
Interview at Book Babe

Tuesday, November 18
Review at My Tangled Skeins Book Reviews

Thursday, November 20
Spotlight & Giveaway at Teddy Rose Book Reviews & More

Sunday, November 23
Review at With Her Nose Stuck In A Book

Monday, November 24
Review at CelticLady's Reviews

Wednesday, November 26
Review, Interview, and Giveaway at A Way With Words

Thursday, November 27
Review & Giveaway at Curiouser and Curiouser

Friday, November 28
Interview at Triclinium


To enter to win an ebook of Voices Echo by Linda Lee Graham please see Rafflecopter form below. Giveaway is open internationally and ends on November 13.

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  1. ** in the midst of a deadly intrigue, , sounds like a book I'd enjoy reading :)

  2. Thanks for a giveaway with a book which has a wonderful setting.

  3. This does sound very interesting. Love the cover.

  4. The profound differences between the systems of slavery that grew up in the Americas and the complex legacy of so much suffering on the future of the modern nations that have taken the place of the plantation powers today is a topic of deep personal interest. It seems to me this little known (in the US at least) area of history could certainly yield a variety of gripping dramatic plot lines and allow the presentation of many unusual insights about the human condition. This is a must-read for me now! Thanks and cheers, Kara S


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