Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Book Spotlight : Cameron's Quest by Lorraine Nelson




Cameron Manning has never forgotten his first love. Of Irish descent, he met red-haired, fiery tempered Lacey Kerrigan in England, but her family returns to Ireland unexpectedly and they haven’t any means of contact. He finds her and receives the surprise of his life.

Lacey is thrilled to see Cameron, but is afraid of being hurt again. She keeps her distance and rebuffs his advances while he’s in Ireland, certain that a long distance affair will never work. But when tickets arrive for her to visit his home in Canada, she realizes his love is true and is willing to give them a second chance.

Fate intervenes when they find a murdered man on Cameron’s back deck. All evidence points to Cameron as the killer. Can their reawakened love survive the stress of a murder investigation? Or will it be the catalyst that drives them apart forever?


 Where to Buy

Get your copy Cameron's Quest at Evernight Publishing.



 About the Author

Lorraine Nelson is a multi-published author who lives in rural New Brunswick, on the east coast of Canada. Always a bookworm, she’s read many novels of romance and mystery over the years, finally deciding to put her pen to work at writing one.

“To write romance and romantic suspense is my dream come true, although my mom says I was born with an avid imagination and pencil in hand, crafting stories from an early age. Now my children have grown and have lives of their own, I have time to indulge my passion for writing.”

Lorraine lives alone with an independent yet affectionate tomcat, enjoys spending time with her three sons and six grandchildren. When not at the computer, you can find her spending time with family, gardening, baking and, of course, reading.

Lorraine loves to hear from readers. You can keep up with her releases by visiting the following locations:
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Excerpt

“I’m glad you came, Lacey.”
“So am I, Cameron. I’m also sorry I was such a beast to you in Ireland.”
“It’s all right, love. You’re here now. We’ll make the most of it and get to know each other again. Okay?”
She pulled away, just a little, and looked up at him. “Yes, I’d like that.”
Cam couldn’t resist her upturned lips, so full, so inviting. He leaned down for a kiss, just a quick brushing of lips. It wasn’t enough, but he didn’t want to scare her off. “Good night, Lacey. Sleep well.”
One hand snaked behind his head to pull him closer as she returned the kiss, this time a gentle meeting of mouths, a promise.
“Good night, Cam.”
He watched as she turned and headed up the curving staircase. At the top, he was rewarded as she stopped and blew him another kiss before she entered the bedroom and closed the door.
Hope filled his heart near to bursting. It was going to be a long, lonely night, but he took comfort in knowing that she was under his roof…maybe for a good long time. He found himself humming a few bars of “I Feel Good” as he closed the house up for the night, almost dancing his way to the den.


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