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Monday, July 6, 2015

It Had to Be You by Delynn Royer plus $25 Amazon GC Giveaway


New York City, 1924

Determined to pursue her dream of becoming a crime reporter, heiress Trixie Frank believes she's off to a running start when she lands a job at the most successful tabloid in Manhattan. Unfortunately, her high hopes fade fast when she's assigned to the rewrite desk.

Sean Costigan is a demoted homicide detective on the commissioner's blacklist. The last thing he needs complicating his life is a perky debutante with delusions of becoming the next great American journalist. Too bad she happens to hold one of the keys to solving his latest case, the Central Park murder of a notorious gangster. The other key?

Sean's childhood sweetheart, the victim's widow, who has gone missing. Sean soon has more trouble with dames than any good man deserves. But that's the least of his worries. When he suspects deadly corruption within his own department, it's not just his and Trixie's careers that depend on finding the killer. It's their lives.

It Had to Be You, a finalist for the 2014 NJRW Golden Leaf Award

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"This book offers the perfect elements for a 1920s whodunit, starting with the murder of a bootlegger and suspects that include a Ziegfeld girl, a sexy widow, gangsters and cops. Enter an eager reporter who's an heiress and a lone wolf cop from Hell's Kitchen. What we get is a murder mystery that surprised me in the end and a fun new romance brewing between opposites that attract."

"Ms. Royer weaves in all walks of life from the era. A Zeigfeld girl, a beautiful widow from Sean's old neighborhood, a stuffy, overbearing butler, a street urchin, and a slew of cops and gangsters. A fun trip through a wonderful time period. Well done!"

"I loved this story. It's like Nancy Drew in the twenties. Only instead of depending on her daddy's money, this girl fends for herself as a fledgling reporter."
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About the Author
Delynn Royer is the older, smarter, funnier, more ornery alter ego of author Donna Grove, who, as a young mother, published several lighthearted historical romances. The first, A TOUCH OF CAMELOT, won a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award. Soon after that, Delynn set aside her pen to concentrate on her day job and raising her two sons.

Motherhood never ends, but kids eventually fly the nest. Delynn has returned to her first love, writing. She has updated editions of her backlist to be available as ebooks and is working on new titles that she hopes will entertain and lighten readers' hearts.

IT HAD TO BE YOU is Delynn's latest ebook release, the start of a new romantic mystery series set in 1920's Manhattan, from Carina press. The second, Goodbye, Tootsie, is due out this Summer.

Aside from delving into the historical research that inspires her novels, Delynn enjoys classic movies, reading, travel and yoga. She lives with her husband in Pennsylvania.

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23 comments:

  1. I'd like to be a sports newspaper reporter so I can attend major sporting events!

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  2. I would like to be a sports new reporter because it is not all bad or sad stories to report about.

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  3. I'd like to be a sports newspaper reporter so I can attend concerts!

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  4. I would love to be the reporter that uncovers all the gritty stuff simply because the thrill of going undercover and rooting the information out would be terribly exciting and addictive!

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  5. I'd be happy to cover the crime files.

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  6. If I were a reporter I would like to be assigned to feel good stories because the news is full of bad news

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  7. I would like to be a big city restaurant critic. How much fun would that be?

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  8. I would like to be a crime reporter, as that is what interests me.

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  9. I would love to be a restaurant critic.

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  10. Sorry, I forgot to say why.

    I would love to be a restaurant critic because you get to eat food as a job!

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  11. I'd like to be a good news/feel good stories reporter because those types of stories make people happy, there's too much bad news.

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  12. I would love to be a Sports reporter

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  13. I would like to be a breaking news reporter so that I can be the first on the scene.

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  14. I would make an awesome crime reporter because I love a good mystery

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  15. I would want to be a gossip news reporter because I love pop culture and it would be fun to get the scoop before anyone else.

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  16. I'd want to be a consumer's advocate reporter to help people get a fair shake with businesses. Sometimes it's so hard to get through all the red tape to get a remedy, it would be rewarding to help them.

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  17. entertainment focusing on movies, television, celebrity gossip

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  18. I would love to report on feel good stories. People or pets doing great things or overcoming great odds.
    Entry form name: Marlene V.

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  19. I would love to report on fantasy stories i love them so much !

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  20. I'd love to be an arts reporter or movie critic because that's where my truest passions lie!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  21. I would like to be a reporter of feel good stories.... about animals, older people, people making a difference in their community.
    californiapoppys@yahoo.com

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  22. I'd be happy to cover the crime ones..love that :)

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