Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Bookamendations: Bride in Training by Gail Gaymer Martin-Steeple Hill Love Inspired

Hey blogees!

Have another great book to tell you about. This one is a Steeple Hill Love Inspired.

I have LOVED the art work on Gail's dog series. They are SO cute. The story is fabulous too. Hope you will check it out.

The author and book info can be found below. Hope you will check it out. Have a great week.


Cheryl Wyatt


And Puppy Makes Three

Perfectionist Martin Davis's life is in turmoil. The lonely businessman's search for companionship led him to adopt a dog--a rather rambunctious terrier. And now Martin's at his wits' end. When dog trainer, Emily Ireland offers to help, Martin is grateful--and intrigued.

But he's wary of getting too close to the sweet, pretty Emily, especially when he learns of her scandalous past. Can Martin ever open his heart to the possibility that Emily just may be his perfect bride?
Bride In Training received 4 stars in the Romantic Times Book Reviews, and I was thrilled. So if you enjoy dogs, their antics and romance, I think you'll enjoy this series.

Award-winning author, Gail Gaymer Martin writes for Steeple Hill and Barbour with 44 published novels and over 3 million books in print . She writes women's fiction, romance and romantic suspense and is the author of Writing the Christian Romance, released by Writers Digest Books She is a cofounder of American Christian Gail was recently named Author of the Year by Barbour Publisher's Heartsong Presents readership. Gail is a popular speaker at churches and women's events and teaches writing at conferences across the U.S.


You can also find this book on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0373876122?ie=UTF8&tag=novgaigaymar-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN


Project Journal said...

Hey Cheryl *waves*

Gail does a great job, doesn't she? Lol...listen to me, I sound like I know her! Well, nevertheless, she never disappoints....seems similar to someone else I know that love squirrels....*thinking*

You never emailed me back, girl! Not to scold you : D You can just pop by my blog sometime if you get time maybe. Whateva! It's up to you

: )

Talk to you later,

P.S. How's Bridget doing?

D. Og said...

Growing up I had a Cocker Spaniel named Blondie that would pee at our feet every time we came home. We quickly learned to let her greet us outside so that she could get excited and do her business. When inside, she was paper trained and would always go in the same spot.