Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Book Spotlight: The Inheritance by Olivia Mayfield: #Booktour and #Giveaway

  
This looks like an amazing book. Make sure to leave a comment because Olivia will be awarding $25 Amazon or BN.com gift card to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.


BLURB:  
Maggie Willings knew that returning home for her estranged grandfather’s funeral would not be easy, but she never expected the reading of his will to be the most difficult part. The four people named in the will—Maggie, her brother Robert, her ex-boyfriend Andrew, and her grandfather’s far-too-young girlfriend Bethany—are given a challenge: find out the truth about what happened to Maggie’s younger sister Cassandra, who vanished over eight years ago, and win the entirety of the estate.

Maggie is thrown by the strange request, reluctant to drag up painful memories of her sister’s disappearance, and bothered by her lingering attraction to Andrew, who wants to team up to solve the mystery. But there are ten million dollars on the line and Maggie has no idea where to start—or who she’ll be able to trust.


EXCERPT:   
It was so strange, seeing this change in Andrew. He’d been much more casual, more carefree when they were younger. Had worn nothing but faded jeans and old rock band T-shirts practically year-round when he wasn’t in his football uniform. As an adult, he was confident, attractive.

Dangerous.

In one easy movement he took a seat beside Maggie. His cologne had a slight woodsy aroma, and she couldn’t help but breathe him in.

Then she exhaled loudly. No, she was not getting caught back up in him. Not now, not after everything she’d been through. His exterior may have changed, may have gotten slicker and more sophisticated. But deep down, he was still the same arrogant guy who was too selfish to feel, to love.

Who’d dumped her without one second thought.

Andrew looked at Bethany, Robert, Maggie. The waitress scuttled over and brought him and Bethany cups of coffee. They all drank in silence for a moment, buried in their own thoughts.
Tension wound through Maggie like a tightening coil.

“Look,” she finally said, putting her mug down and fixing her gaze on her brother, steadily ignoring Andrew and Bethany. “I’ll admit—I don’t like this at all. I can’t believe what Grandpa did. But it was his wish, his money, and I’m willing to put aside my own feelings to…” Her throat closed slightly and she swallowed. “To find out what happened to my sister.”

AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Olivia Mayfield has been an unabashed fan of romance since she was a young teen, secretly devouring her mom’s Harlequins. She has a bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing, as well as a Master’s degree in English, and lives with her family in Ohio. In her free time, she loves reading, shopping, wearing absurdly high-heeled boots, cheesecake, singing karaoke, and harassing her friends.

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15 comments:

  1. Thank you for the wonderful excerpt.


    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  2. While I love reading, I have never really gotten into Harlequins! Maybe you could eventually convince me Olivia :P

    andralynn7 AT gmail DOT com

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  3. Nice excerpt, thank you.

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  4. Great Excerpt !! <3

    stamper_sierra [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  5. I love a good mystery. The inhertance twist is a great idea.

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  6. Thanks for sharing the great excerpt and the giveaway. Sounds like a great book. evamillien at gmail dot com

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  7. Sounds intriguing, Olivia. Good luck with your book.

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  8. Oooh a mystery and a chance to win an entire estate? Now that's a book to read. Congrats Olivia and best of luck with the tour.

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  9. I love inheritance stories. I can always imagine how annoying it would be to find oneself in the shoe of a potential beneficiary - and it always comes when you really could use the money. Interesting premise - making it a romance story sounds like a good read :-)

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  10. Sorry for the late post. I’m playing catch-up here so I’m just popping in to say HI and sorry I missed visiting with you on party day! Hope you all had a good time!
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  11. Sounds like a great read!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
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