Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Win a copy of Cranberry Hearts

A little over two years ago, I was privileged to work on a series of contemporary romance novels for Heartsong Presents with Lena Nelson Dooley and Elizabeth Goddard. Their stories, along with mine, A Matter of Trust, are all included in this three-in-one collection as part of Barbour's Romancing America series.

What will happen when three Massachusetts women's journeys home lead them down dangerous paths? Heart and health are on the line when Gerome Mays suspects Leiann Hambrick of stealing from her grandfather, when Ty Lawrence's past shadows his future with Kayla Marceilo, and when Zane Baldwyn discovers that Riley O'Hare's brother's death was no accident. Will faith and love pull the women through the dangers.

If you'd like a chance to win one of FIVE copies of Cranberry Hearts, leave a comment below and let me know your reading recommendation for this summer! (I'm making up my list of must read books!) And for an extra chance to win, leave a comment AND sign up for my newsletter here. Be sure and leave a way for me to contact you in your comment. I'll draw the winners next Monday!




  1. Good morning (at least where I am)

    I'd recommend Sisterchicks in Wooden Shoes by Robin Jones Gunn as a great summer read.

    ducky 1969 at hotmail dot com

  2. hi lisa - here's hoping that i will win something to put in my wife's stocking for christmas. she's a teacher and loves to read during the long hols. personally, i'm keen to get hold of j m coetzees latest offering, 'summertime'. good to see you so prolific. keep going for it.

    ross -

  3. I would love to win a book, I enjoy any Christian fiction. A Gift of Grace is a great read.


  4. I'd love a chance to win . Thanks

  5. I am reading #3 A Time to Surrender by Sally John and Gary Smalley.

  6. Anonymous5:25 PM


    I have loved your other books! I actually just saw this book at Lifeway yesterday! I would love to read it! Sure do miss you guys!

  7. I would love to win Cranberry Hearts. Sounds so good.
    My reading suggestion: Adam by Ted Dekker; The Passion trilogy by Julie Lessman. You won't be disappointed with either.

    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

  8. You all are GREAT! I'm loving the summer reading suggestions. Thanks for stopping by!

  9. Would love a chance to win this book

    I recommend Ransome's Honor by Kaye Dacus, Never the bride by Rene Gutteridge and Cheryl McKay and The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn (LI Suspense) by Liz Johnson


  10. Lisa,

    I'm loving your blog with pics. Also,
    would enjoy winning Cranberry Hearts. I know
    you're appreciated in Africa and doing an
    incredible work. Many blessings ~Vicki Moss

  11. I just read Sunset Beach by Trish Perry and loved it. It was super cute!

    I hope I win Cranberry Hearts!


    megan.nadalet at gmail dot com

  12. Anonymous7:26 PM

    Hey Lisa I would love to get one of your books. I tried to get a copy of one of your books from the library but only one copy I think at forest grove library will try to reserve.

    Love ya,
    Sharon Hansen-Caswell

  13. Lisa,

    I would love to win a copy of Cranberry Hearts!

  14. I love your books Lisa, so please include me in the drawing. Stand-In Groom by Kaye Dacus is a terrific book for your summer reading list.


  15. Anonymous10:06 PM

    Just finished The Returning by Ann Tatlock, chosen from New Books in library because of the Christian Fiction label. Take an alcholic husband returning from 5 yrs in prison for vehicular manslaught, toss in a Down Syndrome older son, and a daughter who was 1 when he left. Mix in rebellious teenage daughter, and you have a thought-provoking and realistic picure of a new Christian succumbing to temptation. Would love to read Cranberry Hearts.
    Donna Thornhill

  16. Cranberry Heart sounds wonderful.Please include me in the drawing.Thank you. Have a great weekend.

  17. Cranberry Heart sounds wonderful.Please include me in the drawing. augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com. Thank you.

  18. Anonymous4:20 PM

    I'd love to read Cranberry Hearts. I just finished The Returning by Ann Tatlock. Take an alcoholic father coming home after 5 yrs in prison, add a Downs syndrome son, a rebellious teenage daughter and a 6-yr-old who doesn't know him at all. Mix well, and there's an almost uncomfortable reality as these people try to get on the right track as a family and experience some failures along the way. Thanks, Donna Thornhill

  19. Anonymous11:38 PM

    A fun summer read is Faking Grace by Tamara Leigh. Also, it's not christian, but if you like Jane Austin and would love to live in her world for a little while, Austenland by Shannon Hale is a good one! God Bless you in your work!

  20. You noted that we could have a chance to win a copy, but where can we Purchase one? :)