Sunday, May 13, 2012

Spotlight on May Intrigues: The Marine Next Door

Julie Miller's back with another strong military hero and compelling tale of The Precinct in The Marine Next Door

HE SAW THAT HER SAFETY WAS THREATENED

Maggie Wheeler never stopped looking over her shoulder. It was a habit she'd learned from being a cop...and from a devastating event in her past. So when John Murdock moved in next door, Maggie didn't know what to make of the sexy marine. But once her son formed a bond with the mysterious stranger, Maggie knew that past might not remain hidden much longer....

SHE SAW HIM FOR THE HERO HE TRULY WAS

With his unwavering sense of duty, John would never let a call for help go unanswered. Especially from the beautiful wounded warrior who refused to give up her secrets. Although she likely knew more about who was after her than she'd ever let on, John vowed to protect those in need. Only then could he find peace, maybe even a door away....

8 comments:

  1. Julie, love your Precinct series. Can't wait to read this book and the other ones after it.

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    1. Thanks, Ruth! Did you see you were the winner the last time I blogged here? You can email me through my website at www.juliemiller.org (there's a contact addy on the About Me page). If you already have a copy of THE MARINE NEXT DOOR, I can hook you up with either a backlist title, or you can wait for a copy of KANSAS CITY COWBOY this summer.

      Let me know.

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  2. Laura AKA Loves 2 Read RomanceMay 14, 2012 at 8:25 AM

    It's really good Ruth! I finished last night! I had a lot of fun seeing old faces and meeting new ones. I need to get some of Julie's older Precinct books so I can read about those as well.

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  3. Thanks, Laura! I appreciate it when readers share about my books. Glad you liked it.

    So who were some of the "old faces" you enjoyed seeing again?

    And who's new that you want to know more about?

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  4. Laura, you will enjoy the older Precinct books. She had a lot of characters go from one book to the next and it's fun keeping up with what is happening in their lives.

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  5. Julie, Having a hard time with gmail and yahoo. If you send me an email at Ruthacmom at aol dot com, I will get back to you with my snail mail address.

    Thanks,
    Ruth

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  6. Loved this book!!!


    MarcieR

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  7. Thanks, Marcie! I love hearing that.

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