Thursday, October 27, 2011

A Friends Book

If you are a romance reader, try Roseanne E. Wilkin's LDS Romance Ebooks. Here's a review I wrote for her.

"I fell in love with Alec and Serra! Although I am not a Romance reader, I can certainly see why tis genre is so popular. Serra Lanning had life made as an international model, but it wasn't until she met her two-year old nephew for the first time that she discovered she really hadn't been living . Within hours, she meets Matthew, Alec, Ruff and life-threatening danger. Fleeing from the evil Mills family, the pursuing maniac and her own grief, Serra goes on the lamb, escaping from New York to parts unknown. Deciding on a LDS History tour of her own making, trouble and romance find her despite her efforts at disguise.

From the frist breath-capturing kiss, Serra and Alec fall in love passionatley and appropriately for the LDS romance reader. No embarrassing page turning in this book.

Tangled Hearts is heart wrenching, warm, funny and a great love story. In the end, all the strings are tied together resulting in a very happily-ever-after ending. I fell in love with Alec the first time he entered Serra's life. The mystery aspect had my curiosty buzzed, but it was the instant love-connection between "Auntie Serwa" and Matthew that had me ... until Alex and Ruff, the huge Rottweiler, appeared. I was hooked on the whole of them. If you want to fall in love with romance then tangle your heart with this read."

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Book Review for NYC: A Mission To Die For

I thought I would share this review with you regarding my first book NYC: A Mission To Die For.
Author Roseanne E. Wilkins, who writes LDS romance, recently read my debut novel and wrote an awesome review.

"NYC: A Mission To Die For is a delightful debut novel by Author Loraine Scott. If you love murder/mysteries with LDS main characters, this is a book you won't want to miss. Although the main characters are an LDS missionary couple, the story is about he murder mystery, so you don't have to be LDS to enjoy it. Loraine starts out the story in the streets of New York with an automobile accident. Not long after, Summer and Anthony Winter are met with the distinctive odor of decay when they enter the mission [office] after a weekend away. Summer, the main character, automatically assumes something has died in the fridge. Something has died alright, but it isn't in the fridge. When they discover the source of the smell is the body of a transient man whom they've previously come to care for and NYC's finest wants to dismiss the case as another homeless person's death, they take the reins and investigate the death themselves. It helps that Anthony is a former detective with the LAPD and their son is currently working there. Well written and fast paced, this is a book you'll have to drag yourself away from. Pick up a copy. You won't be disappointed."

This book is currently "sold out" from me but it's still available at BYU Bookstore, Canyon Copy in Highland and on Amazon Kindle books.

I can't wait for Roseanne to read my current book... the one with the amazing cover...

And, don't forget to check out Tangled Hearts by Roseanne E. Wilkins. Its an ebook and available everywhere.

Price sale is still available... Books make wonderful Christmas presents. I'd love a good mystery book -- can't ever have enough books.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

A Sterling Review!

I received this email today. Just thought I'd share it in case you're wondering whether to buy a book or not...

"Okay--NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style arrived yesterday at about 2:30 pm...finished reading it at 2:00 am.
WOW!! I know Jack Weyland said it is impossible to put the book down... but seriously... I COULDN'T"!!!

"Thanks so much for such a GREAT evening!! LOVED every minute I spent. Thank goodness I bought new glasses (in preparation for this adventure!) or I never would have made it through the marathon read. Actually I was about 4 chapters from the end when my eyes got bleary...but I slapped on some DollarTree cheapies with a higher magnification and whew hoo... finished without going blind!!

"You are THE BEST!!!

"Oh, and I agree with the comment 'Nancy Drew marries a Hardy Boy!' Yes, that is Summer and Anthony alright!

"Congrats on a FAB-u-lous write... The ending is perfect... you dotted every i and crossed every t! Very satisfying."

I hope all Summer's fans find this book "satisfying" and really enjoyable... after all, that's why I write them.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Readers are already talking!!!

I'm so excited about the feedback I'm getting from my readers. One fan was afraid to start the new book because she knew, once started, she wouldn't be able to put it down and she didn't have time to read. Another said it was like reading "Nancy Drew for grown-ups" then she amended it to "Nancy Drew marries a Hardy Boy!" (Those are the stories I cut my mystery-teeth on as a young lass.) Another one read the first book then she recommended her friend contact me and request both books. Cool. Of course, my family members have to like my books! But, seriously, they tell me it has nothing to do with their relationship to me.

If you like mysteries that are cozy and clean, exciting and funny, interesting and somewhat true... then order this new Summer Winter Mystery. A man who recently purchased the first and the second books together asked me what "Summer Winter Mystery" meant... I replied... You'll have to read the book and find out...

To all of Summer's fans... Enjoy the read as Summer is back and she's hotter than ever!

And don't you just adore the cover?????

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Pre ordered Sales

I'm picking up my books this morning. Boxes and Boxes of books will be hand trucked to my SUV. It's raining here so I'm glad my truck is covered. Can't have those boxes with its book and more books being damaged now can we.

The first orders will go out as ordered. My sister Linda was the first to buy. Hers will be in the mail tomorrow. Newell Turner will be next and then the LaFleur's books will be shipped... Right next to the Smith's... the list goes on. You've got to know that where ever I am, I will be selling books. Stop by my house, come to the book launch (check or cash only please), meet me in the store, or stop me in the street.

Books, books, and more books. And lots of laughs, mystery, and intrigue... did I mention laughs?????

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style

NYC: Murder Brooklyn Style
Dang this copyrighted stuff! Couldn't get rid of the red face!

NYC: A Mission To Die For

NYC: A Mission To Die For