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Married for 19 years (and still madly in love) 2 kids. For excerpts from The Civil War Brides Series, or the Cauld Ane Series, visit: www.traceyjanejackson.com

Friday, November 5, 2010


Hi Everyone:

If you'd like your name put into a drawing for signed copy of The Bride Spy, Book #3 in the Civil War Brides Series, BEFORE it is released to the general public, then go to Amazon.com and leave a review for either The Bride Price or The Bride Found...if you leave a review for both, I'll enter your name twice!

You have until Monday, November 15th, to leave your review and then email me (kiwi44@comcast.net)with your reviewer name and what you said (good or bad). Names/reviews will be compiled and put into Jackson's Union Hat (yes, he really does have a Civil War cap) and chosen on the 17th.

Winner will be announced shortly after. Below is a synopsis of the next in the series.

Thanks for all your support and good luck!

(US participants only)

The Bride Spy

Hannah Nelson, a native New Zealander, has been accepted to DePaul University in Chicago. She had been living in Portland, Oregon for several years, and is relieved to be away from the questions surrounding the sudden disappearance of her close friend, Emma. While at her dance studio, housed in an historic building in downtown Chicago, she is drawn to a painting of a handsome man from 1865, and as she looks into his emerald green eyes, her world goes black.

Christopher Butler is in Lincoln’s War Cabinet and working with his close friend, Clayton Madden to keep the President safe. Upon returning from Lincoln’s historic Gettysburg Address, he hears a strange noise in his barn, and enters to find a beautiful woman unconscious on the straw strewn floor. He realizes quickly she is the key to his sanity and he will never let her go.

As Hannah navigates her new world and comes to terms with the fact she has been transported back in time, will she allow Christopher to love her? Will she find answers about what happened to Emma in her own circumstances, and will she find out if her presence in the past will help the state of the future?

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