Monday, September 9, 2013

Release Event: The Thief Redeemer by Leigh Clary Abdou

Title: The Thief Redeemer
Author: Leigh Clary Abdou
Release date: September 9th, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: New Adult
Event organized by: AToMR Tours

Brandon Wilson is trouble. 

As leader of the largest car theft ring in Atlanta, GA, life is coming at him faster than he can handle. While the criminal world views him at the top of his game, the truth is, he’s breaking apart, piece by piece. He’s not sure how much more he can take before he completely shatters. 

He’s able to manage this facade until he meets Claire Peters. As a part of a kidnapping scheme gone bad, she’s literally delivered right to his warehouse door. As his love for her grows, Brandon finds himself caught in an impossible dilemma. With his lifestyle, he knows he can’t keep Claire, and yet, he can’t risk letting her go, either. His men think he should make her disappear forever, but she’s his angel who still believes in second chances. 

Can someone be so lost they’re beyond saving? And if salvation is possible, how does Claire show him the way? 

Can a thief be redeemed?


About the Author

Leigh Clary Abdou is a graduate from the University of Georgia and wrote her first book in the third grade. That story, along with a collection of poems and other books, can still be found in their original location - a purple Trapper Keeper. 

When Leigh isn’t writing, she’s reading or watching reruns of Friends and Sex and the City.

She considers being a wife and mother her life’s greatest accomplishments.

The Thief Redeemer is her debut novel.

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Giveaway:
We are giving away two eBook copies of The Thief Redeemer to two winners. Our giveaway is open internationally and ends on September 24, 2013.
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3 comments:

  1. I think anyone can be redeemed, but they have to want it - it can't be forced. Thank you for the giveaway!
    Bonnie Hilligoss
    bonnie at bonnieanddave dot com

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  2. A thief can be redeemed if they want to be, but the compulsion might be too strong.

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  3. I do think a thief can be redeemed, if (s)he tries to do everything to right his or her wrong.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! I'd love the chance to win, so fingers crossed. :-)

    Best Wishes,
    Lindsey V.

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