Welcome to A-Z Wednesday!!
To join, here’s all you have to do: Go to your stack of books and find one whose title starts with the letter of the week.
1~ a photo of the book
2~ title and synopsis
3~ link(amazon, barnes and noble etc.)
4~ Come back here and leave your link in the comments.
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Who knows? You may find your next “favorite” book.
This weeks letter is “L”
LIBRA TRUST by BJ Loft
About the book:
How far would your sisters go for you? That is the heart of the Libra Trust. Triplet sisters Margaret, Melissa and Molly were raised in Sacramento, California. Their story covers their coming of age, their loves, heartaches and murder. Molly marries her dream man, Rob Norton. Rob’s dreams fall through. Eight years of blissful marriage is trumped by six years of abuse. Both of Molly’s sisters and her family try to help. One night Rob goes too far.
About the author:
B. J. Loft has written his second novel, The Libra Trust, The story is fictional based upon a true story. Ir’s a story that many readers will identify with and it will appeal to teenagers and adults. His first book, The North Point Boys, was published in 2007. Loft is retired after four years in the Air Force and twenty-seven years with the Department of the Army. He is a member of the Midwest Writing Center and a twenty-five year member of the American Legion.
I just received this book courtesy of Readersfavorite.com and am exciting about reading it!
Buy it here.
Ooooh sounds like a very interesting book (on a side note – can you imagine raising triplets????)
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Thank you for your button. I enjoy collecting the buttons of blogs I enjoy. I don’t know how to make a personal button.
It is interesting that it is based on a true story.
Sounds like a good read. I hope her family manages to help Molly before it’s too late.
I like that cover!
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I like books based on true stories!
Thanks for playing!
I hope I don’t ever have to put my sisters in that spot. Here is mine.
Sounds really interesting. My sister-in-laws are identical twins, so I often read twin books. This triplet story looks intense.
Sounds like an interesting book. Sisters are nice to have when you are in a tough spot. I like the cover art on Whistlin Dixie in a Nor’easter. I’ll watch for your review. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.