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Judy Kentrus
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The Wedding Gift, sequel to Winner Takes All, is LIVE.  Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and Apple.
http://amzn.to/1Vj5Xmp
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The Wedding Gift, sequel to Winner Takes All, is LIVE.  Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and Apple.
http://amzn.to/1Vj5Xmp

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Join in and have some fun.  I will be a guest author on the 12th from four thirty to five.  

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WINNER TAKES ALL -  PORTION OF BOOKS  NOV. 6 - VETERANS DAY, NOV.  11, DONATED TO THE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT, http://amzn.to/1QWbnS4

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Have you ever wondered what an author felt like the day before the launch of a new book? For me, its like giving birth to a baby. These people have lived inside you for months, and you are about to push them out into a whole new world. You hope people will like the characters you have created and their story. It's really scary! I am so nervous, I think I'll make a batch of cookies!
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Here is a tease from Winner Takes All.  Pre order on Amazon, iBooks and Kobo.
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Cover Reveal:  Winner Takes All.   Coming October 27th!  Pre-order on Amazon
http://amzn.to/1QWbnS4
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Mark your calendars!
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I am so excited for you to read Winner Takes All.  It started out as a 30,000 page novella, but it turned into a small book with 52,000 words.  It was not on my schedule to be written until next year, but Cindi Pearl, from Arrest of the Heart, kept bugging me to get her story out ASAP.  So I stopped writing my current WIP.  I wanted this to be a fun romance, considering Cindi’s bubbly, do-a-good-deed-for-a-friend-in-need character, but the more I researched the world of wounded warriors, I felt it should be more about Preston Reynolds, my forensic accountant.  

Wounded men and women are a special group of people who have made sacrifices in their lives so that we can enjoy our freedom. They blend in with our everyday lives but live with the horrors of mental and physical pain.  I interviewed numerous physical therapists, and they related the difficulties family members have accepting what has been done to their loved one.  No matter what country you live in, heroes live among us.  The next time you see them, take the time to acknowledge their sacrifice.  You might want to say, “Thank you for your service.”   Go to http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/ to find out more about these unsung heroes. 

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Fun, Sexy romance with a twist.  Five Star reviews on Amazon.  Only 2.99. 
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