Thursday, January 7, 2016

Window of Time Book Tour with Debra Erfert!


The difference between a curse and a gift is only a matter of perspective.

"Debra lives in Southwest Arizona, and has been married to Mike for 36 years. She's the mother of two awesome sons, who married their forever loves, and she's a grandmother to three beautiful grandchildren with one more on the way.

Debra wrote her first novella thirteen years ago just for grins. That brief taste into the world of an author started an undeniable writing obsession rivaling only her love of chocolate. She's an award-winning fine artist, and loves traveling with her husband."


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CIA courier Lucy James never gets used to seeing innocent people killed, but she copes with it—every day. Cursed with the ability to glimpse into the future when a death is about to happen, she has a short window of time to interfere—risking her life in order to change it. No one knows about her curse, until she saves a handsome Los Angeles firefighter trapped between her and foreign operatives hell-bent on intercepting her current assignment.
LA firefighter Johnny Cartwright’s life changes the moment he meets Lucy. His uncomplicated days flip to dangerously unpredictable after he’s drawn deeper into her secretive world of premonitions. His attraction to Lucy grows as he helps her stop a terroristic plot against the U.S., putting his life between her and certain death.


    


And now - for the moment you've all been waiting for .....


I actually really enjoyed this book. The concept was unique and fun, the Characters were interesting and enjoyable, and the story was creative! This book is actually super cute. Full of danger, romance, and some very unexpected twists. It kept me reading, wanting to know what was going to happen and how each event was going to play out. I loved the premise of the story and the characters were well developed. And I got excited and nervous every time there was a Window. I wanted the characters to succeed and didn't know if they could so I eagerly awaited each time as they tried to make a difference. I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to others as a good, fun, fast paced read.



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