Monday, April 13, 2015

Giveaway! Great Escapes Blog Tour: Bridges Burned by Annette Dashofy

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 582 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Publisher: Henery Press (April 7 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RY9ZW94

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April 6 – A Chick Who Reads – Review
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Book Description

 Paramedic Zoe Chambers is used to saving lives, but when she stops a man from running into a raging inferno in a futile attempt to rescue his wife, Zoe finds herself drawn to him, and even more so to his ten-year-old daughter. She invites them both to live at the farm while the grieving widower picks up the pieces of his life.

Vance Township Police Chief Pete Adams, of course, is not happy with this setup, especially when he finds evidence implicating Zoe's new houseguest in murder times two. When Zoe ignores Pete's dire warnings, she runs the very real chance of burning one too many bridges, losing everything--and everyone--she holds dear.


“I’m a huge fan of Dashofy’s Zoe Chambers series and I loved Burned Bridges. The action starts off with a bang and never lets up. Zoe's on the case, and she's a heroine you'll root for through the mystery's twists and turns—strong and bold, but vulnerable and relatable. I adore her, and you will, too.” – Lisa Scottoline, New York Times Bestselling Author of Betrayed

“So polished, so intriguing, and so darn good.” – Donnell Ann Bell, Bestselling Author of Buried Agendas

“Dashofy has done it again. Bridges Burned opens with a home erupting in flames. The explosion inflames simmering animosities and ignites a smoldering love that has been held in check too long. A thoroughly engaging read that will take you away.” – Deborah Coonts, Author of Lucky Catch

“Sheer enjoyment. Dashofy has created a mystery you can get your teeth into. The characters are well-written and have depth…Highly recommended!” – Any Good Book

 Books in the Zoe Chambers Mystery Series:
Part of the Henery Press Mystery Series Collection, if you like one, you'll probably like them all…

About the Author

Annette Dashofy, a Pennsylvania farm gal born and bred, grew up with horses, cattle, and, yes, chickens. After high school, she spent five years as an EMT for the local ambulance service. Since then, she’s worked a variety of jobs, giving her plenty of fodder for her lifelong passion for writing. She, her husband, and their two spoiled cats live on property that was once part of her grandfather’s dairy. Her short fiction, including a 2007 Derringer nominee, has appeared in Spinetingler, Mysterical-e, and Fish Tales: the Guppy Anthology. Her newest short story appears in the Lucky Charms Anthology (December 2013).

My Review

Bridges Burned by Annette Dashofy is the third book in the Zoe Chambers Mystery series. I really enjoyed it. It was well written and was a good story. I enjoyed the mystery aspect...there were plenty of red herrings to keep the reader enthralled.

Zoe Chambers is a paramedic in a small Pennsylvania town. She rents part of a house on a farm owned by an elderly couple. Zoe also boards her horses there and teaches people to ride. There is a developer lurking about looking to buy up farms cheap and build monster houses on them. Zoe's romance with the local sheriff is heating up...well until Zoe offers a local man and his daughter who have suffered a tragedy to live and work on the farm.

There are plenty of twists in this enjoyable mystery. This was the first book of Annette Dashofy's that I have read. I will be looking out for her next one!


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