Friday, December 28, 2012

Special Guest PG Forte!

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Our fabulous special guest, PG Forte, is switching it up a little for us with a New Year's theme today as she shares a bit about her latest release, Finders Keepers. Not only does the book sound wonderful, look at that cover! Gorgeous.




In With the Old?
As a kid, I used to think of New Year’s as the grownup holiday that complemented Christmas. I think that’s still part of its appeal for me, even though I’ve been an adult now for quite some time! 
Whatever the reason, I realized recently that I have more traditions surrounding New Year’s than I do for Christmas. Some of these traditions were ones I wanted to share with the characters in my new book, Finders Keepers.
So, what was the problem? Well, the book is a sci-fi/futuristic romance set at least fifteen or  twenty years in the future in a world in which big socio-political changes had occurred.  How much of my traditions would still make sense in a world that different?
Quite a few, as it turns out. It’s no accident that one of the prevailing themes in this book is, “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” Because while new and fresh and different are both good and, in some ways, the absolute bedrock of most New Year’s traditions, there’s a lot of comfort to be found in the same old, same old. Especially when things are changing fast enough all on their own. 
So, this holiday, I plan on doing things very much like I did them last year—even though I’ll be missing a few of the people with whom I celebrated last year. And, if my view of the future is at all correct, I (or people like me) will be doing the same for the next few decades.
Happy New Year’s everyone!
Blurb:  Sometimes finding what you want is the easy part.

Caleb is a bionic soldier with little-to-no memory of his past. He's seeking the truth about himself and those missing memories.

Aldo's an undercover cop who just might have the answers to Caleb's questions. But if Caleb's the man Aldo thinks he is, how can he let him get away a second time?

Then there's Sally; she's an ER physician who used to be married to Aldo's late partner, Davis. Sally's not dealing with widowhood very well. In fact, it's getting harder, every day, just to find a reason to keep getting out of bed. If the truth about the men's shared past comes to light, she could lose them both. Along with her last, best reason to go on living.

This holiday season, chance will bring them together and give them an opportunity to help one another find what they each want most. But every gift comes with a price. And keeping what they've found once they've found it? Yeah, that's gonna be the hard part. 

8 comments:

elaing8 said...

Finders Keepers sounds really good. Gorgeous cover :)
Happy New Year's to you too PG.
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bn100 said...

Happy new year! Nice cover.

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Anonymous said...

Am I right to assume this is m/m/f? Awesome!

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PG Forte said...

Thank you both! And, yes, I was EXTREMELY pleased with the cover! I love it. :)

flchen1 said...

Ooh, I love the sounds of this one, PG! Will add to my TBB! I really like futuristic/sci-fi-ish stuff--this sounds awesome!

Hope you're having a cozy month!

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Joanne said...

Congrats on the new release. The book sounds fantastic. Can't wait to read it. Put in on the top of my wishlist. Love the cover.
Happy New Year!

e.balinski(at)att(dot)net

Booksrforever123 said...

great cover, nice suspenseful blurb
happy new year
carlyn
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Anonymous said...

Congrats on your new release.
Happy New Year to you!!

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