Review from Publishers Weekly

Even though Hustled To The Altar made it to the quarterfinals of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, it didn't advance to the semifinals. But it did earn this awesome review from the generous reviewers at Publishers Weekly:
This delightful novel is a whirlwind of action, humor, and romance. Renny O’Laughlin is getting married tomorrow, but today she has to see her ex-boyfriend, Conroy Burke. Conroy hired Renny to look after his grandmother, and Renny has to confess that she couldn’t stop the elderly woman from getting swindled in an insurance scam while they were on vacation. Little does Renny expect that her nervous confession will jumpstart another of Conroy’s outrageous schemes -- this time he wants to run a sting and con the con man. With any luck Conroy will get Gran’s money and win Renny back at the same time. Deception abounds in this novel, with every character involved: Renny and Conroy find the con man and try out their scam; Conroy pulls trick after trick to try and convince Renny to dump her fiancĂ©; and even Gran has an ace up her sleeve. And all this in one day! While Renny and Conroy are the obvious focus of the story, the secondary, and even tertiary characters are nicely fleshed out, with details that make them come alive. The story flows easily, with a sense of urgency. Readers looking for a lively, clever tale won’t be disappointed.
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Beyond The Book Spotlight with Dani Collins

I have a couple more chats promoting The Healer:
July 2013

April 18th: Coffee Time Romance

April 26th: Paloma Beck's Author Focus

May 3rd: Love Romances Cafe

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