It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that they are difficult. - Seneca

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

See what people are saying about Author Brenda Whiteside and SLEEPING WITH THE LIGHTS ON ...*Contest*

RT Book Reviews, June 2010: Cheers to Whiteside for writing a heroine who exists outside of conventional romance novels in terms of age and marital status...novel is written with a pleasantly light sense of humor...
Ana Morgan, The Muse, June 2010 says “a page turner...characters come instantly alive, and their lives intertwine seamlessly in this fast paced romance...”
Rating: 4 Cups, Coffee Time Romance & More, July 2010Brenda Whiteside writes with a voice that keeps the reader coming back for more. I recommend Sleeping with the Lights On for the hair-raising suspense as well as the melt your heart romance.
Rating: 4 Stars, Night Owl Romance, July 2010I could immerse myself in the ambiance she created and the ending was a real surprise!!
In Sleeping with the Lights On, Sandra can’t find the time to get to the store to buy coffee. The quirky millionaire, the red-headed stalker, and a sexy ex-husband are keeping her tied up – whoops – there’s a sneak peek. So she makes frequent runs to Starbucks, sometimes in her unconventional p.j.’s. for a cup of latte and biscotti. Leave a comment here AND drop me an email at, and at the end of the week I’ll draw someone to receive both a Starbucks’ gift card and a gift card for The Wildrose Press. I’ll also add you to my announce only newsletter to notify you of future drawings and give-a-ways.
Stop by tomorrow for an EXCERPT from SLEEPING WITH THE LIGHTS ON!!!!!!


Sky Purington said...

Hi Ladies! Had to stop by as it was a pleasure to have Brenda visit my blog many moons ago. Don't enter me to win Sleeping with the Lights on as I already own a copy. Super book. :)

Andrea... cyberhugs dear!

Wishing you many, many sales Brenda!


Brenda Whiteside said...

Hi Sky. Thanks for stopping. And thanks for the nice comment. You have a great blog!

*yadkny* said...

Hi Brenda!
Sleeping With The Lights On sounds like a lot of fun and those are some awesome reviews too! Would love to win a copy, but I'm definitely adding it to my wishlist:)

Brandy B aka Brandlwyne said...

Wow Sleeping with the Lights On just keeps sounding better and better. I've never been to Starbucks but I have heard alot about them.


Brenda Whiteside said...

Yadkny, thanks for dropping by. Be sure to flip me an email so you can be in the drawing!

Brenda Whiteside said...

Hi Brandy. It's time to tried Starbucks! Send me an email and get entered in the drawing. Thanks for stopping in.

rbooth43 said...

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Brenda Whiteside’s SLEEPING WITH THE LIGHTS ON. Sandra Holliday, the heroine brings riveting romances between two men. Wesley, the man she’s met to end her years of less than perfect choices; choices that left her single and broke. Then, along comes
Carson Holiday, who drops back into Sandra’s life, reigniting an attraction they can’t deny. When Carson reappears, Sandra must choose again. Here’s one scene from the book that will entice a person to read this spell-binding book:
"Believe me, Ive been sleeping with the lights on for..." A dot of red caught my attention. "I don't believe it!"
"What?" Abby joined me by the window. She scanned the street but obviously didn't see what I did. "What?"
"There." I pointed. "Beside the green house on the corner. See the red car?" We had a good overview of the street from the second floor. If we'd been ground level, the car would've been hidden. "She must've followed me here. This is getting ridiculous."
"Who is it?" Her eyes squinting, Abby tried to see the Mustang's occupant.
"A woman who lives in Wesley's apartment building." I stepped to the side, the coffee-brown drapes offering me a hiding place. I peeked around the drape's corded edge. "She's following me. I knew it!
"Why? Who is she?"
I pulled Abby over to me, talking in hushed tones, as if my stalker might overhear. Telling her the story of my morning encounter with Eva, harassed ex-cop-turned-private detective, gave me goose bumps.
"You spent the night with Wesley?" Abby's voice boomed. "Is this getting serious?"
"Abby, aren't you listening?" I tugged on her arm. "I'm being stalked!"
"Oh, you're being followed by a jealous woman."
"That's called stalking!"
The plot thickens, with a secret admirer, a redheaded stalker, and an eccentric millionaire that throws her on a dangerous path. A surprising ending will throw the readers. I am a fan of Brenda’s and am waiting for her next book patiently.

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