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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron (MP3 Audiobook) #bookgiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for inspirational historical romance book, The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron.Β  You can check out my review for this book here (The Lost Castle book review).

Some stories are so heart wrenching that they can make the reader emotionally wiped out by the end. This can be especially true for stories during a time of war. I love it when an author can tell a tragic story and weave hope into it. If you haven’t noticed, I’m the type of reader who likes happy ends in my books. πŸ™‚

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

Kristy Cambron, author website


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 ever read a tragic story that gripped you emotionally but still left you feeling a sense of hope?

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20 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron (MP3 Audiobook)

  1. I recently read Lost December by Richard Paul Evans which is a modern day prodical son story. I really kind of hated the book until Luke starts making some attempts to turn his life around.

    1. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. made me feel like this. Thanks for the chance


  2. Probably many of them.
    The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green
    Whose Waves These Are by Amanda Dykes
    Anything by Joanna Politano

  3. Yes, several. Whose Waves These Are by Amanda Dykes, Where Hope Begins by Catherine West, and The Medallion by Cathy Gohlke come to mind.

  4. Ghost Heart. I still think about it today and I read it a couple of years ago.

  5. I really don’t think I’ve read a β€œtragic” story that has left me with a sense of hope. But I have read plenty of stories in general that have given me a sense of hope. I appreciate those types of stories immensely.

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