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Win a Signed Paperback or an Amazon Giftcard from Award-Winning Author, Suanne Laqueur!

$60.98 Value

4 Winners

Award-Winning Author Suanne Laqueur is celebrating her series The Fish Tales and her book The Man I Love by giving away some fabulous prizes to four (4) lucky winners!

  • 2 winners get a signed paperback of An Exaltation of Larks
    1 winner gets a $15 gift card
    1 winner gets a $10 gift card

And EVERYBODY Who Enters Will Get:

  • A Free Digital Copy of The Man I Love via Suanne Laqueur’s Newsletter

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About The Man I Love:

”A watershed moment exists in every man’s life, Fish. The moment when you stop being your mother’s son and start being your lover’s man.”

Erik ”Fish” Fiskare is only a college junior when a gunman walks into the campus theater, intent on stopping the show. From the lighting booth, Fish sees his girlfriend, Marguerite ”Daisy” Bianco, get caught in the line of fire. Everyone runs from the stage but Fish, in a watershed moment, runs toward it.

The Man I Love explores how a single act of violence reverberates through a circle of friends. At the center are Fish and Daisy, soul mates who always brought out the best in each other. Both are hailed as heroes after the shooting, yet the tragedy starts to bring out the worst in them, tearing the circle apart.

Soon, Fish is running again—not toward Daisy this time, but as far away as possible. But can you really leave the one you were born to love? And is leaving always the end of loving?

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