Friday, December 16, 2011

Anny Cook and the Perfect Gift is a Book

I love the meticulous research behind this book. Mr. Philbrick backs his story up with documents, diaries, ship's logs and maps. It tells the real story of the Mayflower, bringing an authentic reality to the men and women who established Plymouth colony. I would recommend this book for anyone interested in the true story behind one of our most enduring historical legends.

Buy Mayflower by Nathan Philbrick from Amazon


Now...as for my own book. Heh-heh...

Phantom's Rest by Anny Cook
Contemporary Paranormal Spicy

When Beauregard Barker must leave his military career behind due to injuries, he takes refuge at the Phantom's Rest RV Park, expecting no more than a place to recover. He little suspects he will actually use the skills from his former life as he helps renovate the park while he heals. Then Emmeline Fairchild arrives for her annual stay and everything changes. Beau falls hard for the shy calligrapher who's under siege from a wicked stalker and secret assassin. Whatever it takes, he's determined to keep her safe and persuade her he's the man for her.

Available in e-book and print from Passion in Print

Anny Cook -- Simmering Romance with a Smile

Blue Paradise now from Ellora's Cave
Alpheli Solution now from Resplendence
Phantom's Rest now from Passion in Print

http://www.annycook.com/
http://www.annycook.blogspot.com/

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. Proverbs 17:22


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5 comments:

anny cook said...

Thank you for asking me to participate, Tilly. Have a wonderful Christmas!

Anne said...

An RV park for a book setting is a first for me!

Cathy M said...

Hi Anny,

Great recommendation, and a perfect book for my Dad for Christmas. Thanks


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booklover0226 said...

These sound pretty good. I need to check out Anny Cook's works.

Thanks,
Tracey D
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Mary said...

Both of these sound great. Thanks for the info on them. I'm learning about so many books on your blog.

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