Friday, February 17, 2012

Fun Friday Feature- Paramour by Margaret Ethridge

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Camellia Stafford has never been alone in her room. For twenty years, she’s been engaged in a fierce power struggle with her bedroom’s previous tenant, Frank DeLuca, the ghost trapped in the light fixture above her bed. Frank has one soft spot—Cam.

When Cam suffers the loss of her beloved father, she returns home to say good-bye, and confront her feelings for Frank--but finds an unexpected shoulder to lean on in neighbor, Bradley Mitchum. Cam falls hard and fast for the handsome ad man’s charming smile and passionate nature, but Brad’s easy-going exterior masks a steely backbone tempered by adversity. Now Cam must determine if her heart is strong enough to choose which dream could lead to a love that will last a lifetime.


"A great book that packs a punch and when you finish, you may just find yourself flicking on the lights trying to find your own Frank." ~Romancing the Book Reviews

“Simply put: Paramour blows the roof off the house! I believe this new author is someone to watch. She's going to make waves, especially if she can continually produce stories like Paramour. Read. This. Book!” ~BookingIt A+

“The banter, the conversations, the descriptions and the emotions are all written to perfection.” ~Another Look Book Reviews

"...heart wrenching and well done!" Sizzling Hot Book Reviews

Author Bio: Margaret Ethridge survived the tyranny of six older siblings and the rigors of twelve years of Catholic schools, so she can handle anything. Margaret migrated to Chicago where she tried on careers like shoes while attempting to figure out a way to make a living as a professional spinster. Then, she met a Southern man with a sexy drawl and big chocolate brown eyes and her career plan went down the tubes. Now she lives in Arkansas with that same sweet-talking Southern gentleman; she spends her days buying booze by the truckload, and her nights spinning tales of love and lust.

1 comment:

Margaret said...

Thank you so much, Taryn!