Special Giveaway: Tangled Betrayals

EDIT: Congrats to our random winner Meg! Brooke should be contacting you soon!

Today I have a super special giveaway for you, the novel Tangled Betrayals by Lynn Wolfe.

Set in the 1830s, a young woman travels from England to start a new life in America, trying to make peace with a lost love and the life he promised her.

Exciting stuff, and don't forget to at least check out the sample on your eReader. I know I was hooked after just a few pages!

This book is special to us here at Pixel Scrapper because it was written by Brooke's mom! So when you read the sweet dedication at the beginning, you know who she's writing to.

If you're interested in winning a copy of this eBook (for Kindle, from Amazon), leave a comment below with the time period you'd most like to visit. I'll choose a winner after Oct 5, 2013.

The book is available through iTunes and Barnes & Noble as well. See here for details.
Tangled Betrayals

Recent Comments

Courtney Muir
Courtney Muir Tue, 10/01/2013 - 00:18

While I usually read the 1800's time period, lately I've been reading the "In Death" series by J.D.Robb, so I'd like to visit the year 3000 or so. Just to see where technology has taken us.

Connie Holso
Connie Holso Mon, 09/30/2013 - 11:45

Oh, this sounds like my kind of book. I love that time period. However if I could go back in time I would go back just 10 years so I could spend just a little more time with my angel mother. I miss her so terribly much.

Janet Scott
Janet Scott Mon, 09/30/2013 - 08:19

Oh wow, how awesome is that! Love it. :)

Maggie Ables
Maggie Ables Sat, 09/28/2013 - 08:44

Oh, easy...we have this conversation in my house once a day. I'm an Anne-girl...1800's Prince Edward Island.

Jess Townsend
Jess Townsend Fri, 09/27/2013 - 20:33

I'd like to go back to the 1950's-1970's, as I really like the music and some of the cultural differences from back then. Musically, I'd LOVE to see the swingin musicians of this era! It's lovely to see so much talent, here at pixel scrapper, thanks for sharing :D

Linda Morris
Linda Morris Thu, 09/26/2013 - 18:02

Now that sounds like a book I'd love to read!! In fact, it's a time period I usually d/l to my Kindle! I'd like to travel back to mid 1800s around the time one set of gg grandparents first arrived in America from Germany and another set of gg grandparents arrived in Texas just before statehood. I'd have to travel from TX to OH, but what a trip that would have been!

Mersija (Mer-see-ya) Simon
Mersija (Mer-see-ya) Simon Thu, 09/26/2013 - 13:03

Wow Brooke,that is awesome.

The book sounds like a great read,with that very short description Marisa gave,i was thinking this seems like a book i'll take the time to read.However,i most likely won't read it since i do not enjoy reading very much.I will mention this book to some friends.

The best to the lady who wins!!

I would like to go back to the Medieval Times,dress-up in a pretty dresses,sitting with kings and princes and watching live jousting tournaments.

Sharon Price
Sharon Price Thu, 09/26/2013 - 03:19

This book is set in the era that my GG Grandparents were born.

I like reading books with the plot set in the United kingdom in the late 1800's.

I think it is an era that I would like to go and visit. However, could we really do without our mod cons for any length of time?

Sue Jerez
Sue Jerez Thu, 09/26/2013 - 00:26

I'm always telling my kids that I should have lived in the 1800's in England! I think it was 'Pride and Prejudice' that did it for me. I daydream I would have been a lady in society with dashing young lords swooning, but in reality I would more than likely have been a downstairs maid! What a wonderful plot for a book, and good luck, I'm sure it will be a huge hit with historical romance fans like me.

Nadia Slegers
Nadia Slegers Thu, 09/26/2013 - 00:03

Will it also be published in book form?? I would like to read it but I am still a old fashioned girl with paper in her hands...maybe I should try the e-reader :-)

Lucy James
Lucy James Wed, 09/25/2013 - 20:22

That is so neat!

Meg Bertapelle
Meg Bertapelle Wed, 09/25/2013 - 14:00

how cool is that!!!??? :) I think I'd like to visit the future! ;) would be really cool to visit the pioneer days (although, somewhere safe - I don't need my stagecoach hijacked or my covered wagon attacked) :) maybe I could be a native american... ;)

Kay Myers
Kay Myers Wed, 09/25/2013 - 13:51

Wow. The book sounds awesome. I would love to win a copy for my Kindle Fire HD.

Brooke Gazarek
Brooke Gazarek Wed, 09/25/2013 - 12:59

Thanks, Marisa, for promoting my mom's book! I'm so proud of my mom!