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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Not the usual excerpt book: Finder of Lost Love @kayelleallen #amreading #puzzle


The book Finder of Lost Love is not the usual excerpt book. This is a sample book that also incorporates a game for readers to play. By either reading all the excerpts first, or by reading them one at a time, the reader is able to answer questions, solve a puzzle, and then get a chance to win prizes. It's a new way to find great authors. The concept is a new one. It's called a Read and Play Adventure.

About the Book

Riley Anderson's fiancé, an investigative journalist, has been kidnapped by the mob, and the police will do nothing for twenty-four hours. By then, she's sure Leo will be dead. Something's wrong. You sense it. But as a new PI with little experience and few friends to assist you, can you save the day, or get Leo and Riley killed?

Locate clues hidden in twelve short stories plucked from romance novels by bestselling authors Jennie Marts, Bev Pettersen, Marie Treanor, Debora Dennis, Red L Jameson, Dariel Raye, Kayelle Allen, Ann Omasta, Lana Williams, Sydney Jane Baily, Nhys Glover and Tonya Plank.

You're the only one who has any chance of succeeding. Take the case! Read the stories, watch the mystery unfold, collect the clues, solve the puzzle and get a chance to win great prizes. It's easy and lots of fun!

Buy This Book

A free book is available to go along with this book. Visit my website to download Bro, the Story Behind the Antonello Brothers. http://kayelleallen.com/bro

About the Author

Kayelle Allen is a best-selling, award-winning author. Her unstoppable heroes and heroines include contemporary every day folk, role-playing immortal gamers, futuristic covert agents, and warriors who purr.

4 comments:

Kayelle Allen said...

Thanks for having me today, gang. It's good to be back!

Tina Donahue said...

I love the idea of the game. Sounds like a great book. :)

jean hart stewart said...

What a special idea. So clever and enticing. Best of luck!

Kayelle Allen said...

thanks, Jean. I was impressed by the idea.