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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Love Remains by Kaye Dacus #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational contemporary fiction book Love Remains by Kaye Dacus.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

Zarah Mitchell, who’s worked at the Middle Tennessee Historic Preservation Commission for more than a decade, is about the face a piece of history that could ruin the life she’s built in Nashville: Bobby Patterson — her first love and the reason her father kicked her out fourteen years ago.

Nashville native Bobby Patterson has just returned home after many years away to take a position with the Tennessee Criminal Investigations Unit. His new job: lead a task force investigating potential real estate fraud connected with the Commission.

When Bobby realizes Zarah is part of his investigation, he is tempted to use his grandmother’s not-so-subtle setup as a way to learn if Zarah is involved in the fraud.

Zarah, at her grandmother’s suggestion, tries to put the pain from the past aside to see if any love remains between her and Bobby. But when she learns he’s been investigating her, will she be able to forgive him a second time?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Kaye Dacus, author website


Giveaway

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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Have you ever tried your hand at matchmaking or had someone try to be a matchmaker for you?

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14 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Love Remains by Kaye Dacus

  1. Yes! 38 years ago a lady I worked with and her husband set up a blind date for me. (The husband worked with the guy). It worked! We are going on our 36th year of marriage.

  2. I have never tried to be a matchmaker for any of my friends. Any time someone tried to play matchmaker for me never worked out.

  3. I worked at a mall years ago. One of the security guards admitted that he liked one of my female coworkers. When we asked her if she’d accept his request for a date, she said yes. So we encouraged him to ask her out. They’re married now and have 3 kids, last I knew.

  4. LOL….I’ve never tried my hand at matchmaking & not sure I’d be good at it!! There was only one time that my aunt was trying to set me up with a gentleman in her church she thought would be a good match. It was at a time when I had been separated from my ex-husband for two years & seeking a divorce due to abuse. I wasn’t even looking for anyone, pretty much called off men at that point in my life! She invited us (separately) to go to a gospel music event at her church one night. Well, for me there just wasn’t any sparks or feelings. He was a nice enough man, easy to talk to and all, but I felt no connection. I never saw him after that and that was quite alright by me πŸ™‚ As I said, I pretty much swore off men because of what I had been through.

    Anyway, the Lord has blessed me with a Godly man whom I’ve been married to twenty years in April! Another story entirely…lol! Thanks for the heads up on a new-to-me author. I popped over to Amazon and see she also writes historical novels, my favorite genre. I’ll have to see if I can borrow those from my library to read.

    1. What a great story Trixi. I’m so glad you shared that with us. πŸ™‚ I also happy to introduce you to a new-to-you author. I’ve read some of Kaye’s historicals (The Ransome Trilogy) and enjoyed them very much.

  5. While I have never tried my hand at matchmaking (and doubt I ever will)… I have had people try to act as matchmaker for me. 😐 It hasn’t worked out so well. πŸ˜›
    There is one older gentleman, in particular, in my church who seems to be forever trying to set me up with someone he knows or mentioning me to someone he’s met. (And I’m not the only one he’s tried his matchmaking on.) I appreciate the thought and the compliment, but I’d really rather he stop trying. πŸ˜‰

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