Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Hidden Justice series by Cara Putman #BookGiveaway @lorainenunley

This week’s book giveaway will run for two weeks and is for the Hidden Justice series by Cara Putman. I am privileged to be on Cara’s street team for her legal romantic suspense books so two of the books (A second copy of Delayed Justice and Imperfect Justice) are Advanced Reader Copies (ARCs).

Cara Putman is involved in the ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and I was blessed to meet her when I attended my first ACFW conference in 2017. She facilitated the introductions for first time attenders. She is one of the sweetest people I met there. It’s obvious that she has a heart for other writers and her own readers. I didn’t know I liked reading legal thrillers until I stumbled upon Cara’s books. Since romance is my go-to genre, the fact that her legal thrillers also included romance was a big incentive to give them a try. I’m so glad I did.

You can read my reviews of the books in this series HERE. If you like romantic suspense mixed with legal thrillers, these are the books to read.

Where can  learn more about this author and their books?

Cara Putman, 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: Have you met any of your favorite writers in person?

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81 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Hidden Justice Series by Cara Putman

  1. I have met a few of my favorite authors. At the first CFRR my friend and I were seat mates with Becky Wade and at the second one, Cynthia Ruchti and I sat together. I had lunch with Caryl McAdoo. It’s fun to get to know them on a little more personal level. And isn’t it a privilege to be on their street/launch teams! Would love to win this prize. Thank you for the opportunity

    1. Wow Anne, that is awesome. Becky Wade occasionally attends the local ACFW meetings and I’m embarrassed to admit that the last time she was there I completely lost my capacity to speak. It was such a fangirl moment. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  2. I have met Lynette Eason several times as she spoke at our local library. I am so impressed by her, as well as her writings!

    1. I just love Lynette’s stories Janice. I was able to sit in a few of her seminars but I couldn’t get up the nerve to actually approach her. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. I have not yet met any of my favorite writers in person, but I would love to one day.

  4. I have not met any of my favorite authors in person but I do email a number of them and they have become friends.

  5. I have not met any of my favorite writers in person. One of my favorites is going to be at a bookstore about 30 miles away, and I have contemplated going, but the timing doesn’t quite work out for me☹️

  6. Unfortunately, I haven’t met any of the authors whose books I love. However, I hope to rectify that in August when we got to an event in Shipshewana where there will be not one but like 25 authors whose books I love. Can’t wait! Love the town and now another reason to go back. 🙂

    1. Oh, that sounds like so much fun Kay! I’ve never been to Shipshewana, but I’ve heard some wonderful things about it. Adding authors just makes it better. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  7. I have not met any, but I feel like I know several of them through their writings, newletters and blogs 🙂

  8. Yes, I’ve had the amazing pleasure of meeting quite a few of my favorite authors the last few years!

  9. I have met authors before and although they weren’t my favorite, the experience was awesome.

    1. I agree Danielle, although I have had a few meets where I’m completely tongue tied. I practically drooled all over Brandilyn Collins when I met her. 😉 Thanks for sharing.

  10. I got to meet Beverly Lewis at our local Lifeway last year and had my picture taken with her. A very nice lady!

  11. No I have not although I would love to. I live in a very small town so I probably won’t ever get to meet any.

  12. I’ve only met one and she goes to my church half the year and she lives in Florida during our very cold winters. Diane Yates. She’s new on the scene and has a great story to tell. Her life story is amazing.,

  13. I have not met any in person, but I feel like I have gotten to know a few through Facebook and newsletter.

  14. I have not had the privilege of meeting any of my favorite authors. I would love to have the opportunity though and consider it an unforgettable experience to be able to visit, one on one. I am an avid reader and love to hold the book as I read. I know that E-readers are great but I personally think that a book is better. I have traveled all around the world, enjoyed sights, smells, taste, and met a lot of great people through books. What fun!

  15. I’ve met Wanda Brunstetter! 🙂 And, Paul L Gaus! 🙂 I would love to meet many more authors!

  16. Yes! I met a lot of them at CFRR 2017. It was such fun to chat with them and get to know them. I’m looking forward to seeing some of them again in a couple of months and meeting new ones.

    1. I have to admit that I’m a little envious there Winnie. 😉 I have not been able to attend any of the CFRR’s. They sound like so much fun. Plus, I would love to meet Carrie Schmidt from Reading Is My SuperPower. Thanks for sharing with us.

  17. Sadly I have not met any in person. There have been some that live or came to my state that I wanted to go meet, but it didn’t work out. Hopefully someday!

  18. I have not met any of my favorite writers personally, but Irene Hannon lives in St Louis area, so I may bump into her some day.

    1. Oh, that would be awesome Tammy. I haven’t met Irene in person but she is lovely online. 🙂 Thanks for commenting and welcome to my website.

  19. Hi, yes I have met one of my favorite authors in person, she lives here in town and she works at our Public Library, she is an awesome writer. There are many more that I would love to meet, hopefully one day. 🙂

  20. oh would that not be awesome. i wish … no i have yet to meet any of my favorite authors in real life … luckily i have talked with them on FB, twitter and instagram over and over … social media really makes life great sometimes … thank you for this giveaway … glad to have a chance. have a great 2019!! ( ;

    1. Welcome to my website Beth. I agree that social media has made the authors much more accessible. Thanks for commenting. 🙂

  21. Unfortunately, I have not met any of the Christian authors yet! I really want to 🙂 There are three that live within just a few hours of me so maybe one of these days I will be able to!

    Thank you for this book series giveaway. I haven’t read anything by Cara yet!

  22. Yesterday, I had lunch with Joe and Debbie Lynn Costello. We had a wonderful time eating at Pappasito’s Cantina.

  23. No, I haven’t met any of my favorite writers yet. Hopefully one day. Thanks for the giveaway!

  24. I love these books! I haven’t read the last one out yet. These are books I will read over and over agian.

  25. I have not met any of my favorite authors yet, but most of them are very responsive if you have a question.

  26. yes, I met Vickie Moss at a recent Writer’s conference. She wrote a very practical book on writing for magazines while you work on your novel; that is a paraphrase of her book! 🙂

  27. I haven’t met any of my favorite author YET. It’s definitely on my bucket list thought. And Cara is one I must met. I haven’t read a single book by her but I tuned into one of her Facebook live videos and she was such a joy and pleasure to watch. I just love her warm and inviting personality. I instantly became a huge fan. Love the way she oozes the love of Jesus!

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