Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Book Tour for The Good Sister by Amielise Gable (GIVEAWAY)

Today I bring to you an author with her first full-length book release!  The Good Sister by Amielise Gable is full of twists and turns and the many secrets of small town living.  So keep reading to get a glimpse of this book and make sure to fill out the form below for your chance to win a $15 Amazon GC!

After her mother’s sudden death, Ryanne Myers is home again. It has been fifteen years since she escaped Mount Pleasant and everyone and everything in it. Now she must oversee the closing of her mother’s affairs.
The only bright spot is Ryanne’s blossoming friendship with boarder CJ Richter. Ryanne senses that CJ just might be her soul mate, but the handsome excavator is somewhat of a standoffish loner.
After an unthinkable event, Ryanne’s life spins out of control, and she must deal not only with her grasping, selfish sister, but also a manipulative, wannabe suitor. CJ offers Ryanne a way out, but at what price? Beware: Everyone has secrets in Mount Pleasant…And they enjoy them!


Maybe, he hoped, adjusting the knit cap on his head, after this job was over, he could just stand still for once, buy a home, and settle into a normal life.
Whatever normal was.
Lately, he allowed himself to consider how nice it might be to have someone to love, and who would love him back, to maybe have children. Since starting CJR Excavations fourteen years earlier, his life had become an endless parade of seedy motel rooms, boarding houses, or prefabricated buildings where he froze or sweltered, depending on the season, which served as both offices and sleeping quarters for him and his ten member team that followed him all over the country.
Sure, in the past he’d indulged in an occasional tryst with some woman he had met while on the road, but it never went any further than a one night stand. There was no sense in getting involved or allowing feelings to develop for someone when you were in a different part of the world every season.
During these brief unions, he did little more than satisfy himself before moving on. Besides, the company always came first; it was the source of his future security. Finally, he settled into a life of celibacy, finding it easier as time went on to live comfortably without sex.
Looking into the mirror, he wondered what Ryanne saw when he took off his sunglasses. Her initial reaction had been similar to most people when they saw his eyes for the first time.
As a child, he was viciously teased for having what the kids called “vampire eyes.” They were eyes he would never have wished for, but had inherited from his mother. His eyes were so green and sensitive they hurt when exposed to bright sunlight without sunglasses, further purporting the rumor he wasn’t really human, but some kind of vampire or creature from space. But he was a man, pure and simple. The blood running through his veins was red like everyone else.
All he wanted was to find a nice comfortable life and enjoy it to the maximum, and if he could find someone special enough to share it with, so much the better. But with this want came a nagging fear. Having lost his mother so early in life and sharing a distant, even guarded relationship with his father, he wasn’t sure he knew how to love anyone in the way they needed and deserved. It wasn’t because he was cold or cruel; he honestly didn’t know how to express his emotions, and that scared him.
How could you sustain a relationship if you didn’t know how to make someone happy or live up to their expectations of you? His parents barely tolerated each other’s presence until they divorced. Even though he was young at the time, it stuck firmly in his memory how unhappy they really were and how they made every effort to make each other as miserable as possible, before finally separating.
The soft knock on the bedroom door broke up his thoughts. “Come,” he responded, knowing it had to be Ryanne.
“Hi,” she greeted, standing in the doorway with a tray. “I’m getting ready to go to my room for the evening, but I thought I would bring you a mug of hot cocoa and a few different candies I made today.”
Her smile lit up her entire face, and for the first time since they met, he really looked at her and it caused a strange unfamiliar tightness in his chest. She was petite, but curvy, wearing faded denim and a tight white tee shirt that accentuated every luscious curve of her ample bosom. Her hair was black and she wore it loose and natural, her feet were bare and dainty like her hands. She had eyes a shade of deep, deep brown and he knew instantly he could become absorbed in.
And no one, no matter where he stayed over the years, had been as thoughtful as Ryanne had just been. “Thank you so much,” was all he managed to say.
“Well, you have a good night, and if you need anything at all, don’t hesitate. You know where I am.” Then she was gone.



For as long as she can remember, Amielise Gable has been a fan of books, writing her first book on fruits and vegetables at age seven. Ever since, she has remained a voracious reader, and later, a book reviewer.
The Good Sister, a contemporary romance, is her first full length release.
In her spare time, Amie enjoys gardening, photography, and old black and white movies where the hero always gets the heroine.

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  1. I am really loving this book cover! I also cannot wait to read this book! It sounds like a really great read. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you so much for hosting THE GOOD SISTER at your fabulous blog!

    1. Thank YOU for being at my site! I'm honored to be hosting you on our first tour and look forward to reading more of your works!

      The Scarf Princess

  3. Tina~Thank you so much for your lovely comment!

  4. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway. Sounds great.

  5. Thanks for the giveaway. I also think the cover looks really nice.

  6. Thank you for the giveaway! The book looks pretty good. I like the cover.