Love Finds You in Martha’s Vineyard

Melody Carlson delivers a nice balance between humor and seriousness in Love Finds You in Martha’s Vineyard, with quirky characters that will make you laugh and cry.

Waverly Brennan’s mother purchases the gallery in Martha’s Vineyard and asks her daughter to run the place. Excited at the opportunity of running an art gallery, Waverly leaves her life in Chicago only to discover that the gallery wasn’t what she expected. But things look up when she meets Blake Erikson and his daughter.

I am doing a one-time give away, this week only, for a signed copy of Love Finds You in Martha’s Vineyard. To enter tell me the name of your favorite book in the comment section of this post. Don’t forget to leave your email so I may contact you if you win. Remember to spell out words like (dot) and (at).

There must be a minimum of ten entries from different people or no name will be drawn and the book will go back on my shelf. Spread the word and tell your friends. The drawing Closes at Midnight Pacific time November 6th and will take place on Monday November 7th. I will contact the winner via email for your snail mail address. To receive a second entry click on follow at the bottom right corner of your screen and become a follower of this blog. The drawing is only open to residents in the United States. Void where prohibited by law. The odds of winning depend upon the number of participants.

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27 thoughts on “Love Finds You in Martha’s Vineyard

  1. sherrykyle

    Oh, I’d love to win a copy of Love Finds You in Martha’s Vineyard by Melody Carlson! One of my favorite books is anything by Miralee Ferrell, Deborah Raney, Virginia Smith or Deeanne Gist. 🙂 Right now I’m reading There You’ll Find Me by Jenny B Jones and loving it. My e-mail address is: sherrkyle(at)hotmail(dot) com.

    Blessings,
    Sherry

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  2. Miralee Ferrell

    I have a number of Love Finds You books (having written four of them myself, LOL!) and I love collecting the ones I don’t have. This one sounds like another winner. I’m a huge fan of the Mitford Series, one of my all-time favorite series, as well as Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers. Nice job on your blog!

    Miralee

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  3. Salena Stormo

    I can only name one favorite book? Wow, that’s going to be hard… I will say Mrs. Mike because I have read it so many times that I think I wore the poor thing out. However, I have read some amazing books lately like Promise of an Angel and Wings of a Dream.

    Please sign me up for the giveaway. I would love to win. I will follow too! 🙂

    srstormo at yahoo dot com

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  4. Jackie W

    One of my favorite books is Mirror Image by Sandra Brown. But I really have a lot of favorites as I am an avid reader of all genres except paranormal and sci-fi books. I vary my reading from a romance to a historical to a mystery, etc. It’s more fun that way.
    JFWisherd(at)aol(dot)com

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  5. JOYE

    My all-time favorite romance story is Twice Loved by LaVeryle Spencer. I’ve read all her books and have reread some of them. She is a wonderful story teller.
    JWIsley(at )aol (dot )com

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  6. Jackie layton

    So many great books to choose from, but the book I can go back and read time after time is Sister Chicks Down Under. I’ve even got the series on CDs. I’ve read them all at least once and listened to them also.
    I’d love to be entered in the contest. Thanks!
    Jackie
    joyfuljel(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Ann Lee Miller

    I’ve been to Martha’s Vineyard and would love to win this book! My favorite book is The Atonement Child, by Francine Rivers.

    I became a follower. 🙂

    Ann_Lee_Miller[at]msn[dot]com

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  8. splashesofjoy

    Wow thats a difficult one. The more I read, the more favorites I have. But I think the one I would put at the top of my list is Francine Rivers’ Redeeming Love. And I am enjoying the Love Find’s You books too, and would love to have this one to read.
    Blessings…..Joy
    ibjoy1953{at]yahoo[dot]com

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  9. Linda Wagner

    Is this THE Martha’s Vineyard the Presidents go to? Sounds like an interesting setting if so. Count me in.

    My favorite book is Leota’s Garden by Francine Rivers. If you want to read an interesting book, read The Last Sin Eater by Francine.

    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

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  10. Jo Berger Legat

    How can you expect me to limit my favorite book to just one book? I have so many that I love. I have read several of the Love Finds You books and love them. Favorite book that I can think of offhand is “Yada Yada Prayer Group” series.Please enter me in the giveaway.

    Blessings,
    Jo
    ladijo40(at)aol(dot)com

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  11. Merry

    My favorite book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. LFY books are so fun and diverse I’d love to be entered for LFY in Martha’s Vineyard.
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

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  12. Sandy Greathouse

    It’s hard to pick one book, but I really enjoyed “The Preacher’s Bride” by Jody Hedlund. One of my older favorites is a mother-daughter story by Robin Jones Gun, “Gardenia’s For Breakfast”. I love Christian fiction, its so inspiring and uplifting. I’m not a blogger, just a reader and love learning about new authors and their works. Thank you for the entry in your giveaway.

    Have a blessed day!
    Sandy

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    1. czreader Post author

      Sandy, Robin Jones Gunn is one of my favorites. I had a chance to meet her a few years back. She’s very sweet. Thanks for entering and I hope you check back often to find out about other writers and their work. I’ll be starting author interviews the end of this month and am very excited about that opportunity. Blessings, Kimberly

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  13. Courtney

    My all time favorite author is Deeanne Gist so anything by her is great!! I’m actually reading her latest release Love on the Line right now and LOVING it!! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Courtney
    kcmelone at yahoo dot com

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  14. Deana Pruett

    Oh wow, I’m so non-commital. I don’t think I can name just one book. I don’t typically re-read fiction books, but I have read “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” and “Skipping Christmas” multiple times. I guess I’m just a big sucker for Christmas stories. There’s just something about that time of year that makes me want to read corny, sappy, silly stories, that I wouldn’t otherwise read!!

    Thanks!
    Deana
    deanapruett(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. Sally Pfau

    Ohhh, so many to choose from, but right now I’m thinking of one I just passed on to a friend, “Deadline”, by Randy Alcorn…captivating from the start to the finish, and great message! I also like Deana’s choice of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”…I recently read it on an airplane and my kids were mortified because I couldn’t stop laughing out loud in random spurts (apparently I looked like a crazy lady…how embarrassing)!

    Sally

    Pfau5(at)msn(dot)com

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  16. laura johnson

    My favorite book is any book that can take me away from the rush and craziness of reality. A good read is very valuable. In response to some of the above comments, I too loved, The Best Christmas Pagent Ever. I also enjoy Deanna Gist and I am looking forward to reading her latest. Humor is an important part of any story.
    LAURA
    pnljohnsonatyahoodotcom

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  17. Linda Schaffner

    I have so many favorite books I can’t pick just one! I find myself mostly drawn towards historical fiction. I recently read “Prayers for Sale” by Sandra Dallas and fell in love with her storytelling. The author I find myself most anxiously awaiting a new book from would have to be Jane Kirkpatrick. I would be remiss though to not to mention one of my favorite series of books of all time, the Father Tim/Mitford series by Jan Karon.

    I wish you the best with your own storytelling endeavors!
    Linda
    BnLSchaffatAOLdotcom

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