Sunday, August 02, 2009

Snow Melts in Spring

Deb Vogts novel, Snow Melts in Spring, will keep you turning pages and guessing until the end when the final decision is made. Gil McCray is haunted by his past and estranged from his father, but he returns to his hometown after retirement from professional football to see about his horse that has been injured in an accident. Mattie Evans is the vet trying to save the horse and in the process heal the break between Gil and his father. True to life characters making decisions that affect more than the person making it give this book a story that will delight, frustrate, and amuse the reader. The descriptions of the settings are such that I want to find this place in Kansas. Don’t miss this fast-paced story that heals hurts and changes lives. Enter a comment for a chce to win a free copy of this wonderful book.


Deborah Vogts said...

Hi Martha,

Thanks so much for lovely review of my book. I appreciate your help and am glad that you enjoyed it. Blessings to you!

Deborah M said...

I Would love to take a trip to Kansas. Please enter me in your drawing.

Melissa Jagears said...

Since meeting Deborah, I've wanted to read her book. Since I have no book stores where I live I have yet to be able to go pick it up. Until I make a trip into a big town, I'd love to win it! :)

Lisa Slater said...

I was in Chemistry class with Deb in high school. She is the nicest person. I would love to win her book. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!

Carole said...

Deborah's book has a beautiful cover and all the elements I enjoy, so I would love to win a copy. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

Jo said...

This book sounds like a very interesting story. I love horses although never rode one or been around them. Would love to be entered in the drawing for this book.


Deborah Vogts said...

Hi Martha, thanks so much for having me on your blog. Blessings to you & your readers!

Pamela J said...

I love a book that makes me actually SEE in my mind's eye the place things are happening. I've never read a book by Deb Vogt. Please enter my name.
Pam Williams
cepjwms at wb4me dot com

Merry said...

Snow Melts in Spring sounds like such a touching, endearing story. Please include me, thanks!

Cherie J said...

Sounds like a great plot. Would love to be entered in the drawing.


Sandee61 said...

Please add me to your giveaway list. I enjoyed the review and would love to read Deb's book.
Thank you!



Jaedyn said...

I would love to read this one - it sounds great. :-)

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