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guest author - Pamela Thibodeaux

Today we welcome guest author - Pamela Thibodeaux as part of her tour for her new novel The Visionary.
AUTHOR BIO:

Award-winning author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux is the Co-Founder and a lifetime member of Bayou Writers Group in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Multi-published in romantic fiction as well as creative non-fiction, her writing has been tagged as, “Inspirational with an Edge!” ™ and reviewed as “steamier and grittier than the typical Christian novel without decreasing the message.”

Website address: http://www.pamelathibodeaux.com

Blog: http://pamswildroseblog.blogspot.com

Bayou Writers Group: http://bayouwritersgroup.com




BLURB:

A visionary is someone who sees into the future Taylor Forrestier sees into the past but only as it pertains to her work. Hailed by her peers as “a visionary with an instinct for beauty and an eye for the unique” Taylor is undoubtedly a brilliant architect and gifted designer. But she and twin brother Trevor, share more than a successful business. The two share a childhood wrought with lies and deceit and the kind of abuse that’s disturbingly prevalent in today’s society. Can the love of God and the awesome healing power of His grace and mercy free the twins from their past and open their hearts to the good plan and the future He has for their lives? Find out in…The Visionary ~ Where the power of God's love heals the most wounded of souls.




EXCERPT:

Taylor thrashed about and fought the fear clamoring in her throat. Panic stole her breath. The monster held her while Trevor grappled with a gun. She struggled and kicked, but the monster held her fast. She had to get away. She had to stop him! She begged and pleaded, but the monster just laughed. His gnarled, horrid sound sent shivers of terror through her soul. A blast of gunshot, a flash of lightning, and the scream tore free from her throat and echoed through the room. The door burst open and strong arms encircled her. Gentle hands stroked and soothed, a soft voice caressed, tender words flowed over her. Taylor buried her face in Alex’s shoulder while he cradled her against his chest and rocked.

“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to wake you,” she murmured. A pulse hammered against her skin, a tremble shimmered down her spine. She pushed herself closer, found safety and comfort in his embrace. Alex tightened his arms around her, smoothed her hair.

“It’s okay. That’s why I’m here and exactly why I didn’t want to leave you alone tonight.”


My Review:

When Alex Broussard hires Taylor Forrestier and her twin brother Trevor to renovate and restore the old house he bought, he has no idea what he’s getting into. For one thing he finds himself attracted to Taylor and for another he’s picking up vibes of something simmering below the surface. It’s not just the gift she possesses either, which makes her restorations perfect.

This novel by Pamela Thibodeaux is set in Louisiana and is full of the richness and beauty of the Deep South. Its vivid descriptions and wonderful characters add a depth to the story which serve to pull the reader in. The romance is mixed with mystery and a dark past which threatens the safety and sanity of all of. Well worth reading.

Every commenter goes into a draw to win one of four signed copies of The Visionary

BUY LINKS:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/n8as1b

Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/o3YrMq

The Visionary - Blog Tour 11/16 - 12/16

Nov 16th: Amber Stockton: http://amberstockton.blogspot.com/

Nov 17th: Karen Kelly http://www.authorkarenkelley.com/blog.html

Nov 18th: Author Expressions http://authorexpressions.blogspot.com/

Nov 19th: Tracy Krauss http://www.tracykraussexpressionexpress.com

Nov. 20th: Jessica Ferguson http://jessyferguson.blogspot.com

Nov. 21st: Guest @ LASR http://lasrguest.blogspot.com/

Nov 22nd: Robin Bayne http://wwwwritingbetweensundays.blogspot.com/

Nov. 23rd: Clare Revell http://telscha.blogspot.com/

NOV 24TH - THANKSGIVING DAY - http://pamswildroseblog.blogspot.com

Nov 25th: Tanya Hanson http://www.tanyahanson.com/Blog.html

Nov. 26th: Delia Latham http://delialatham.blogspot.com

Nov 27th: BWG Blog http://bayouwritersgroup.blogspot.com

Nov 28th: Raquel Byrnes http://nitewriter6.blogspot.com/

Nov 29th: Marianne Evans www.marianneevans.blogspot.com

Nov 30th: Shawna Williams http://inspirationalebooks.blogspot.com/

Dec 1st: Jan Rider Newman janridernewman.blogspot.com

Dec 2nd: Vicki Cain http://www.victoriapitts-caine.blogspot.com/

Dec 3rd: Justin Lugbill http://christian-book-review.com;

Dec 4th: Curt Iles http://creekbank.net

Dec 5th: Dana Pratola www.danapratola.webs.com

Dec 6th: Sylvia Ney http://writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/

Dec 7th: Shonell Bacon http://chicklitgurrl.blogspot.com/

Dec 8th: Joanne Troppello http://joannetroppello.weebly.com/blog.html

Dec 9th: Nona Cross http://winonacross.blogspot.com

Dec. 10th: JoAnn Carter http://home.comcast.net/~jo.glenncarter/site/

Dec 11th: Donna Basinow http://donnabsnow.blogspot.com/

Dec 12th: Guest @ Edgy Inspirational Romance www.edgyinspirationalromance.com

Dec 13th: Michelle Sutton http://edgyinspirationalauthor.blogspot.com/

Dec 14th: Guest @ PenTalk Community http://pentalkcommunity.blogspot.com/

Dec. 15th: Judy Leger: http://judithleger.blogspot.com/

Dec 16th: Janet K Brown http://www.writingwithhope.blogspot.com

Comments

Thank you so much Clare for hosting my tour.

PamT
Sharon A. Lavy said…
I would love to win a copy. I haven't had this exact experience, but I've heard if you have 7 women in a group, 4 of them were molested as children.

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