Book blurb blitz stop for Her Sister by Karen Rose Smith

Today, Reviews and Interviews is a virtual book blurb blitz tour stop for Her Sister by Karen Rose Smith. The novel is a contemporary women’s fiction with
romance and mystery.

Karen will be
awarding a Landau charm bracelet and a $25 Amazon Gift Card to a randomly drawn
commenter during the tour (US ONLY). To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment below. And to increase your chances of winning, visit other tour stops and leave comments there. 

Clare’s little sister, Lynnie, was abducted twenty-seven years
ago. Now the retired detective who has never been able to let go of the cold
case has a lead. Lynnie could be alive!
Clare’s neighbor, Joe, an occasional friend until now, gives her
support and…wants more than friendship.
Clare’s mom, Amanda, thrown together again with her ex-husband
into a crisis discovers forgotten love beneath the regrets.
Clare’s sixteen year old daughter, Shara, decides to run from her
problems instead of facing them.
A devoted sister, a turmoiled mom and a rebellious daughter find
their way back to each other in this contemporary ebook about three generations
who discover love can knit their family back together again.
After a short pause, her mother
explained, “Detective Grove called me. He already spoke to your
Clare’s heart skipped a beat. “Detective
Grove?” The picture of a tall lean man in a rumpled suit flashed in her
mind—the man who had taken over Lynnie’s investigation after the patrol
officers’ first visit.
“Do you remember him?” her
mother asked gently—too gently—and Clare had a shivery premonition of what
could be coming.
“Didn’t he retire?” she
asked her mom, her heart racing now.
“Yes, he did. But he’s not
really keen on retirement and he’s been…working a few cold cases.” Her
mother’s voice was edgier than usual and a little wobbly, too.
“What are you trying to tell
me, Mom?” Clare’s hands became sweaty as she thought about all the
possibilities. Lynnie’s face at three and a half was still so vivid in her
mind—the face they’d used on posters…the face she’d envisioned floating in a
river…the face on the body in nightmares that had been buried in a ditch. The
not knowing had always been worse than knowing. The not knowing is what had
torn them all apart. Clare really believed that if the police had found
Lynnie’s body somewhere, maybe they could have gone on as a family.
“He wants to meet with us
tomorrow morning. You, me and your dad. He thinks he has a lead.”
Author Bio
and Links:
author Karen Rose Smith was born in Pennsylvania. Although she was an only
child, she remembers the bonds of an extended family. Since her father came
from a family of ten and her mother, a family of seven, there were always
aunts, uncles and cousins visiting on weekends. Family is a strong theme in her
books and she suspects her childhood memories are the reason.
college, Karen began writing poetry and also met her husband to be. They both
began married life as teachers, but when their son was born, Karen decided to
try her hand at a home-decorating business. She returned to teaching for a
while but changes in her life led her to writing romance fiction. Now she
writes romances and mysteries full time. She has sold 82 novels since 1991.
she is hard at work on a three-book series for Harlequin Special Edition as
well as a three-book mystery series for Kensington.
to her college sweetheart since 1971, believing in the power of love and
commitment, she envisions herself writing relationship novels, both romance and
mystery, for a long time to come!
Websites: and

16 thoughts on “Book blurb blitz stop for Her Sister by Karen Rose Smith

  1. Unknown says:

    Thanks for another great excerpt, each one keeps me wanting to know more about what they will uncover

    fencingromein at hotmail dot com

  2. KRS says:

    Lisa–thanks for hosting me. Each day of my blog tour I ask readers a question today it's–what's your favorite place to do summertime reading?

    Shannon-I'm glad you're enjoying the excerpts. 🙂

  3. kmt1976 says:

    I USED to like to read outside in the sun. That is until this 'Year of the Crazy Weather'. It is too hot and humid outside right now to do anything!

  4. Unknown says:

    Excellent book ! It will keep your interest to the point your family will feel neglevcted . Highly recommend it along with her other books

  5. KRS says:

    Ingeborg–It was intense to write!

    kmt–I went outside early this morning to write. I like to get my vitamin D. But I finished in about an hour and headed inside. We're having the tropics in PA!

    Joyce–That's so nice to hear. Thanks for stopping by.

  6. KRS says:

    Anonymous–hi! I take my iPad everywhere so I can read if I'm waiting. Thanks for stopping by.

    bn–there is some suspense. I hope you enjoy it.

  7. Omima says:

    Do we have to leave our contact details with you (i.e. email address)? If not, then how will you be contacting the winner?

  8. Andra Lyn says:

    I've actually got a hammock in the backyard! cliche I know, but SOOO comfy! Add a glass of lemonade (hard or otherwise) and I'm set!

    andralynn7 AT gmail DOT com

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