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EBook Giveaway: Treasure Me - Christine Nolfi

Please check out my interview with author, Christine Nolfi, from yesterday. She was courteous enough to offer an ebook of her new book Treasure Me to one of you lucky ducks!


Synopsis:
Petty thief Birdie Kaminsky has arrived in Liberty, Ohio to steal a treasure hidden since the Civil War. She’s in possession of a charming clue passed down in her family for generations: Liberty safeguards the cherished heart.
The beautiful thief wants to go straight. She secretly admires the clue’s author, freed woman Justice Postell, who rose above the horrors of slavery to build a new life in Ohio. According to family lore, Justice left South Carolina at the dawn of the Civil War. Heavy with child, she carried untold riches on her journey north. As Birdie searches for the treasure, she begins to believe a questionable part of the story: a tale of love between Justice and Lucas Postell, the French plantation owner who was Birdie’s ancestor.
If the stories are true, Justice bore a child with Lucas. Some of those black relatives might still live in town. Birdie can’t help but wonder if she’s found one—Liberty’s feisty matriarch, Theodora Hendricks, who packs a pistol and heartwarming stories about Justice. Birdie doesn’t know that an investigative reporter who has arrived in town will trip her up—as will her conscience when she begins to wonder if it’s possible to start a new life with stolen riches. Yet with each new clue she unearths, Birdie begins to discover a family history more precious than gems, a tradition of love richer than she could imagine.


Thanks to Christine, I will have 1 pdf or prc(kindle)copy up for grabs!


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  1. What I treasure most? Good memories of times past and the promise of good times to come.

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  9. Second to my family, I treasure I ring I had made from some of my Mom's jewelry after she died. i wear it every day.
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