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Looking Out the Window: Lisa Lickel Talks about The Last Detail, Gives Away a Copy and Shares a Great Cold-Weather Recipe

A Warm Welcome to Lisa Lickel!

Lisa’s latest novel is The Last Detail, released in January 2014 from the Prism Book Group.



About the book:

Hope, love, and loss meld two polar opposite personalities. How long can they keep passion for their ministry and each other after the wedding?

Medical missionary and avowed bachelor Merit Campbell is wounded during a skirmish at his Mideast clinic and sent home to recover. Restlessness propels him to explore the happier moments of his childhood in Illinois where he meets Amalia Kennedy, owner of The Last Detail, who enjoys helping people prepare for their final years. Merit ushers in new life; Amalia ushers it out. Love? Obviously. Marriage? Check. Dealing with the family closet? Step back…

Amalia enjoys her predictable life in a quiet little Illinois town—until long-time intended, Hudson, finally proposes in a way that shows her boring and old are coming way too fast. When a mutual friend introduces Merit and Amalia, the spark of attraction makes M…

Looking Out the Window: Join Lillian Duncan's New Release Celebration

Enter Lillian’s Gift Basket Contest
To celebrate the release of Betrayed, I’m giving away a virtual gift basket at Tiaras and Tennis Shoes at www.lillian-duncan.com. The virtual gift basket includes a copy of my books, Serenity Springs, Ohio; Dark Alleys; and Geese Mate for Life.  Along with the books, a $25 Amazon gift card is included plus a few books from some writer friends. To enter the contest, simply hop on over to Tiaras and Tennis Shoes at www.lillian-duncan.com , leave a comment on the post titled CELEBRATION! Winner will be chosen and announced on February 14.

MORE TO LIFE THAN ROMANCE? REALLY?


Welcome, Lillian. Thanks for stopping by to talk about your new book, Betrayed. Let's start with the story behind Betrayed.

There’s more to life than romance.
An odd statement coming from someone who writes romantic suspense novels, but the truth is the truth. We can’t survive on romance alone. We all need connection with other people in all sorts of different relationships—not jus…