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Giveaway: Hot Water - Erin Brockovich & CJ Lyons

No stranger to balancing an intensely demanding work schedule with the stresses of keeping her family together, AJ Palladino now faces another challenge: she is leaving her young son home with her ailing parents so that she can travel to the site of a new case involving a nuclear power plant in peril. And it will take all her skills to keep her cool while the action and tension build to a fever pitch.
Colleton River, a new, one-of-a-kind nuclear facility designed to create medical isotopes with the potential to save millions of lives, has recently been plagued by a series of unexplained mishaps. The accidents have caused the locals to protest the plant, drawing the attention of an anti-nuclear protest group as well as several home-grown terrorists who sense an opportunity to sow fear and chaos. The plant’s owner, Owen Grandel, has traveled from South Carolina to West Virginia to personally ask AJ for help. AJ knows she’s going to have her hands full investigating the accidents and calming the situation at the plant. What she doesn’t foresee is her simple business trip turning into disaster, with her family coming apart at the seams in her absence—and her young son disappearing. While AJ tries to find her missing child, she also discovers what caused the “accidents.” Soon the plant begins hurtling towards nuclear catastrophe, with AJ stranded at ground zero. But can she save her son, herself, and the community—and prevent a nuclear meltdown before it’s too late?

Read Chapter One HERE

Read my review HERE (4/5)


Thanks to Leyanne and FSB Associates, I have 2 copies up for grabs to 2 someones in US or CANADA. Contest ends November 23. Just fill in the Rafflecopter form to enter, and make sure you read the instructions carefully.



Comments

  1. This book has a good storyline and I would like to read it.

    cenya2 at hotmail dot com

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  2. Thank you very much for the chance to read this one :)

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  3. I have not read Rock Bottom, book 1.

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  4. 'Hot Water' sounds like a great read, but I haven't read book 1.
    Thanks for giving us a chance to win!
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

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  5. No I haven't read book 1, but if I win then I'll have to read the first book to keep them in the right order.

    clenna at aol dot com

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  6. No, I havn't read book 1 yet.

    cwilliams127 at gmail dot com

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  7. I haven't read ths book yet. Thanks for the giveaway for the new one.
    mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

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  9. I haven't read Rock Bottom yet.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    irbratb(@)gmail(.)com

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  10. sounds like a good read. Erin Brockovich is such an inspiring woman!

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  11. Thanks so much Freda!
    Congrats Dina!!

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