COMING HOME TO STEEPLE RIDGE is out now!
It’s here! Finally, it’s here. I’ve been talking about this book for 13 weeks. I’m trying to hit the USA Today bestseller list with this book, so if you can at all, please buy the book THIS WEEK, before January 14!
If you do, you’ll get several bonuses INSIDE the book when you open it on your device. Available on any retailer, be sure to pick up a copy of COMING HOME TO STEEPLE RIDGE.
1. You’ll get the link to enter to win a Kindle Paperwhite. This link can’t be found anywhere else, but inside Coming Home to Steeple Ridge. So go grab a copy right now!
2. You’ll get two immediate bonuses: an exclusive PDF printable of 3 Liz Isaacson booksmarks! I’ve never done these before, and they’re my way of saying THANK YOU for helping me by buying the book this week, when I’m trying to hit the bestseller list.
You’ll also get a link to download a FREE cookbook, freaturing recipes of the foods my characters have made and eaten across the more than 30 books I have out! It has a dozen recipes, including some super-secret family recipes I’ve never given out to anyone!
Both bonuses are only available INSIDE the digital verson of Coming Home to Steeple Ridge. So please go pick up a copy right now, this week, as everything will expire at midnight on January 14!
You must buy Coming Home to Steeple Ridge by then to get the links, downloads, and freebies. Thank you for your support!
I hope you’ll give COMING HOME TO STEEPLE RIDGE a try. It’s the fourth full-length novel in my Steeple Ridge Romance series, featuring Darren Buttars as he tries to find his happily-ever-after.
I learned a lot writing this book, as I had to research about aquaponics. That’s right! The art of soilless growing. It was fascinating, and something Farrah, the heroine is passionate about. Darren is searching for where he belongs now that he’s the only single brother left, and I hope you’ll love the Bybee family he visits as much as I do!
About Coming Home to Steeple Ridge: Darren Buttars is cool, collected, and quiet–and utterly devastated when his girlfriend of nine months, Farrah Irvine, breaks up with him because he wanted her to ride her horse in a parade.
But Farrah doesn’t ride anymore, a fact she made very clear to Darren. When they run into each other again in small-town Island Park, the spark between them is as hot as ever. But they can’t seem to agree on anything and end up arguing as much as they kiss.
Farrah returned to her childhood home with so much baggage, she doesn’t know where to start with the unpacking. Darren’s the only Buttars brother who isn’t married, and he wants to make Island Park his permanent home–with Farrah. Can they find their way through the heartache to achieve a happily-ever-after together?