How far are you willing to go to save the life of someone you love?

Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke are back with another sure to be bestseller… HOW TO SAVE A LIFE (LakeUnionPublishing).

Dom is having a very bad day—one he literally can’t escape.

When Dom bumps into Mia, his ex-fiancée whom he hasn’t seen in almost a decade, he believes they’ve been given a second chance and asks her out. When Mia dies tragically on their date, Dom makes a desperate wish: to be given the chance to save her life. And when he wakes the next morning to the shock that she’s alive, he thinks his wish may have been granted. But day after day, no matter what he changes about their time together, she still meets a terrible fate.

I enjoyed the premise of HOW TO SAVE A LIFE. Liz and Lisa did it again by writing a book I, along with most readers will find satisfying.

Liz and Lisa did it again by writing a book I, along with most readers will find satisfying. I enjoyed the premise of HOW TO SAVE A LIFE. It was interesting to see how Liz and Lisa once again navigated their magical roots. I was happy to see them leave thrillers behind. I see reviewers compared it, or said it was similar to GROUNDHOG DAY. I’ll have to trust them on that one.

Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke have been best friends for over thirty years. They are the co-authors of seven novels, including the Amazon Charts bestseller, The Good Widow.

Thanks to Kathleen Carter Communications we have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us how you’re keeping busy during theme abnormal times. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please

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  1. My daughter and son in law is still working so I’m still watching my grandbabies as normal. My son and hubby are also still working there jobs so not much changed for us.

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    1. First off I am working both my jobs but on my days off I read, work in my butterfly garden. Hubby and I go on drives and explore, we hike and take pictures anything to get us out of the house and social distancing. Thank you for the chance.

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  2. Doing everything I would normally do and preparing for my special needs son’s IEP meeting to make sure that everything is ready to go for the year rather in person or online.

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  3. I have been busy since March. Looking after my 2 grandsons ages, 6 & 8 everyday all day is a joy but also tiring and time consuming. Activities, reading and learning since we cannot go anywhere. When they are not here I read, walk daily since the weather is ideal and then tackle household chores.

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  4. Spending time with my grandkids They May be moving in the fall so I’m trying to get as much time in with them And when I’m home reading

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  5. Oh wow, Liz and Lisa have come up with another unique winner. Yep, sounds like Groundhog Day without the belly laughs.

    Keeping busy with lots of reading of course, watching a lot of PBS Nature, Nova, American Experience, etc. which is actually much better than all the network stuff we used to watch. Trying to convince myself to clean out a closet or drawer or something a day but haven’t quite gotten there yet.

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  6. Wow this book sounds very intriguing and like a very good page turner! I have been walking every morning for about an hour and I have been working in our garden and keeping the plants watered. When 2 of our grandchildren spend the day with us we play board games, and cards or play games on the computer . I also watch TV and read. Thank you for the chance.

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  7. I’m staying busy cleaning out closets, cabinets and drawers. Also, for enjoyment, I am playing lots of word games to keep my brain healthy. Watching tv shows and of course more reading.

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  8. I’m still working full-time (just now I’m working from home). We’re dusting off our kayaks this weekend and using them for the 1st time in 2 yrs (hubby had intensive shoulder surgery 2 yrs ago).

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  9. Besides gardening and reading I am working on a Van Gogh Starry Night diamond dots picture. Not the easiest project for someone as blind as a bat but I am determined to finish it. Hopefully some day it will hang on my office wall. Congratulations on your new book and thanks for this giveaway chance. Stay safe and healthy. 💕📚😷📚💕

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  10. I’m still working full-time as a nurse. Also gardening, reading, and doing some projects at home that I’ve been putting off for awhile.

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  11. I’m blessed to still have my job and am able to do it at home three days per week. I go to the office alone two times a week. I’m comfortable on my own, I still exercise daily, garden, sun, read, and care for my goats.

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  12. I have been busy working through the entire thing. When I’m not working I do like to read and do Sudoku puzzles.


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