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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: The Secret Lives of Will Tucker Series by Kathleen Y'Barbo #BookGiveaway

This week’s book giveaway will run for three weeks and is for the Secret Lives of Will Tucker series by Kathleen Y’Barbo.

What are these books about?

Flora’s Wish

May 1887―Flora Brimm is determined the fifth time is the charm. Back home in Natchez, Mississippi, she has a reputation as “Fatal Flora,” a woman whose previous four fiancés met odd, untimely deaths before they could get to the altar. Flora tries and tries again because she is desperate to marry. Producing an heir is the only way she can keep Brimmfield, her family’s estate, from going to her cousin Winthrop. She’s praying a visit to an elite spa in Eureka Springs with her grandmother will help her say “I do” at last.

Pinkerton agent Lucas McMinn is hot on the trail of Will Tucker, a charming, cunning thief who broke his sister’s heart. When Lucas arrives in Eureka Springs and discovers the slippery fellow apparently in Flora’s good graces, he believes they are in on the devious plot together. Will she be able to convince him of her innocence? Will he finally apprehend the elusive Mr. Tucker?

And, more importantly, will Lucas survive if he pursues Fatal Flora’s heart?

Millie’s Treasure

Memphis 1890―Bookish heiress Millie Cope is as clever as she is beautiful. Unfortunately, though adept at solving puzzles and cryptograms, she doesn’t realize her new fiancé isn’t who he claims to be, but is a charming scoundrel. The notorious Will Tucker is passing himself off as a British gentleman, Sir William Trueck, though in reality he is a crafty criminal looking for a hidden map to a secret treasure.

Pinkerton agent and part-time inventor Kyle Russell has been on Tucker’s trail for years. At last Kyle believes he has Tucker cornered, but he is uncertain whether the lovely woman on the con man’s arm is an unsuspecting victim or willing accomplice. Finding reasons to spend time with Millie is easy. Keeping himself from falling in love with her is another issue entirely.

Sadie’s Secret

Louisiana, 1890―Sarah Louise “Sadie” Callum is a master of disguise, mostly because of her training as a Pinkerton agent but also from evading five overprotective brothers as she grew up. When she takes on a new assignment with international art connections, she has no idea her new cover will lead her on the adventure of a lifetime from New Orleans to Key West to New York City.

British detective William Jefferson Tucker is not looking for marriage―pretend or otherwise―but his past is a secret, his twin brother has stolen his present, and his future is in the hands of the lovely Sadie Callum. Without her connections to the world of upper-crust New Yorkers, Jefferson might never find a way to clear his name and solve the art forgery case that has stymied him for years.

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

Kathleen Y’Barbo, author website

Giveaway

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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What chores do you enjoy doing?

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58 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Secret Lives of Will Tucker series by Kathleen Y’Barbo

  1. I do enjoy getting the eggs from our hens. There are other chores I don’t mind like laundry or baking. Cooking is usually OK as long as I have some good ideas.

  2. I enjoy cooking/baking. Don’t mind have to do the dishes afterward either.

  3. I love cooking, baking but not the cleanup after. I like to work with flowers and veges in the garden as long as it isn’t too hot outside!

  4. HMMM, enjoy chores?!?!?! LOL Maybe ‘ahem’ straightening our my TBR books on my bookshelves, that is pretty enjoyable, lol. Not that it would necessarily be considered a chore but it is better than doing ‘actual’ chores, lol, because as most readers know they do need straightened up quite often.

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  5. I like doing the dishes. I love a clean kitchen and can’t stand for dishes to be left undone.

  6. I like cooking as long as I have all the ingredients to make what I want to.

  7. I don’t enjoy chores but I do like the feeling of accomplishment I get when completing any one of them.

  8. I don’t mind doing dishes or laundry (hello new washer/dryer!) but I hate cleaning bathrooms. Thankfully my husband does those for me 🙂

    Thank you for the giveaway chance Loraine. I’ve only read “The Pirate Bride” and “My Heart Belongs in Galvenston, Texas” by Kathleen. I’d love to discover more of her writing!

  9. I enjoy cooking, baking, cleaning, outdoor chores like gardening and gathering eggs are my favorite. I dislike ironing and dishes.

  10. As a child I enjoyed dusting, but as an adult I would rather do laundry. I also like making beds neat and tidy.

  11. I don’t mind doing laundry or cooking. I can’t really say I ENJOY any chores!

  12. I enjoy laundry, opening mail and reorganizing my refrigerator & freezers.

  13. I would rather read or quilt any day than do chores. If I have to pick a favorite, it would be walking down to get the mail and reading it.

  14. I love cooking and baking, especially if my whole family is working at the same time.

  15. I don’t enjoy many chores but maybe washing clothes. I like when they are all clean and put away!

  16. Making the bed. My mother taught us to always make our beds. She said, “If you accomplish nothing else each day, at least you have made your bed.” It always starts my day out with a sense of accomplishment.

    Thanks for this wonderful giveaway, Lorraine! This series wonderful!!!

  17. I really enjoy doing anything in the kitchen whether it’s cooking, baking, planning meals and even clean up work. The kitchen is my happy place.

    When I was physically able, I loved to do yard work. I thought of my time on the lawnmower as my thinking time. I miss being able to do it and how good I felt when it was done. I’d stand back and think of my Granny saying “looks like a little boy with a fresh haircut”.

  18. At age 81 there are not many I enjoy. I kind of take it by spurts. If I don’t hurt too much while doing it, I enjoy it. If I hurt, I don’t enjoy it. Yesterday I decided to cook some comfort food and made slow cooker beef stew. A little time consuming in initial browning stage, but I enjoyed doing it. I decided to blog about it. Here’s the link in case you want to read it. I’m “Chat With Vera.” https://t.co/HftISpuhfG?amp=1

    I do hope to win the series. I think these will be fun reads.

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