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This book giveaway is for the inspirational romantic suspense book Beneath Copper Falls by Colleen Coble.

What is this book about?

As a 911 dispatcher, Dana Newell takes pride in being calm in tough circumstances. In addition to her emotionally-charged career, she’s faced enough emergencies in her own life. She recently escaped her abusive fiancé to move to tranquil Rock Harbor where she hopes life will be more peaceful.

But the idyllic town hides more danger and secrets than it first appeared. Dana is continually drawn to her new friend Boone, who has scars inside and out. Then she answers a call at her job only to hear a friend’s desperate screams on the other end. Soon the pain in her past collides with the mysteries of her new home—and threatens to keep her from the future she’s always wanted.

Where can I learn more about these authors and their books?

Colleen Coble, author website


Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Are you calm in emergency situations or do you panic?

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34 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Beneath Copper Falls by Colleen Coble

  1. I panic in emergency situations. God knew who to put me with. My husband stays calm and handles things well.

  2. I’m not very good in emergency situations. My husband is great at emergencies and handles then with calmness.

  3. Most of the time I am calm and level-headed in an emergency situation, but I am sure certain emergencies would shake me but thankfully God is unshakable and is always with me!! I love Colleen Coble’s books and have read many, but I have not read Beneath Copper Falls yet and would love to. Thanks for this opportunity!

  4. Most of the time I can pretty well take care of of the situation but the day my Daddy passed away I wasn’t calm. I had just talked to my mom and she said daddy ate his breakfast sitting on the side of the bed. I was on my way to to their house and when I get to the Ted light where you turn to go to the hospital the ambulance was coming out and I waited on it because the red light was red for the ambulance. Well when it turned down the street where my mom and daddy lived I rushed right behind them. Lo and behold they stopped at their house and I jumped out of the car snd beat them in the door and my mom was having a fit hollering somebody help. My dad had passed away and when I run into the bedroom I saw him and I went to pieces. The medical staff did CPR and got him to breathing and transported him to the hospital. That was a Monday and he lived on a breathing machine till Friday and passed away again on Saturday. He was brain dead at home and never knew anything else. That has been nine years ago. Then in August of 2021 my husband of almost 45 years passed away from cancer. I handled it a little better but it’s been terrible without him.

    1. Oh Brenda, I am so sorry for your losses. 🙁 Some situations really test our limits. I sent a prayer up for you. Thank you for sharing your story.

  5. I stay calm during the emergency-after it is over then I fall apart

  6. My reaction during emergency situations depends on the type of emergency.

  7. Depends on if there is blood involved as I get panicked, but otherwise I do good until it’s over.

  8. When I was working in a bank for 30 years, I was involved in a bomb threat, an actual bomb, 4 robberies, caught embezzlers, and more. I was always calm in those days. It seems that now that I’m retired, my husband is the calm one. Interesting!

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