Thursday, July 17, 2008

Blog Tour - Finding Stephanie




If you are looking for a book with everything - mystery, family ties, romance, small-town charm of the modern West, and even a dash of Hollywood, this is it. And if that seems like too much for one novel, it might be for any other author. But Susan May Warren weaves it all together in a wonderful story. While this is the third book in The Noble Legacy series, it's not required to read the first two to thoroughly enjoy this one. However, I will warn you that you will likely want to snatch up Reclaiming Nick and Taming Rafe to learn more about these siblings.

Everyone around Stefanie Noble is content, but it seems that her "happily ever after" has passed her by. Then two troubled girls and their older brother, Gideon, show up in town and clearly need help. Could they bring the fulfillment that Stefanie has been searching for? Hollywood hotshot Lincoln Cash has made a life playing the role of an action hero, basking in the laurels of his fame, fortune, and adoring fans. But when he's diagnosed with a debilitating disease, he knows that life will soon be over. He only has a small window of time to start a new career, one that will earn him legitimate filmmaker kudos. He soon heads to Phillips, Montana, to put his plan into action. Not everyone is pleased with the movie star's arrival, especially not Stefanie Noble. She's even less enamored when he accuses Gideon of arson and tries to run him out of town. But what Lincoln and Stefanie don't know is that neither the fire nor the other strange things that have happened around town are really accidents. Someone is out to get them . . . but who? And who is the real target?

Susan May Warren recently returned home to her native Minnesota after serving for eight years with her husband and four children as missionaries in Russia. She now writes full time from Minnesota’s north woods.

Finding Stephanie can be found at Amazon.


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Amy L Brooke said...

I may have to check them out. I'm always looking for a good book.