bookmistressblog by Tracey Lampley

A blog that informs you of your next book's purchase. This blog also promotes the novella Kept: Book Two. Want a chance to win $50? Take the Kept: Book Two Quiz at, and enter into the drawing scheduled every month on the 1st and the 15th. Take a chance on this unique African-American romantic suspense. It may not be the kind of thing you usually read, but why not step out of your comfort zone and try something completely new? Readers should purchase Kept: Book Two, read it, review it, and take the Kept: Book Two Quiz at the end of the novella. Whomever can post the most creative tweet about the novella, and/or whomever tweets about the novella the most wins. For more details about entering the drawing, quiz takers should go to this website:

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Kept: Book Two
Tracey Lampley

Sex, lies, murder: Beautiful and sexy Kate is back. Instead of fighting for her life, this time she’s fighting for the lives of her family.
Anita Spencer: After a great loss, the woman has a score to settle with Kate.
Derrick Angel: The heartthrob threatens to ruin Kate’s family. Will he kill to win her heart?
Detective Garnett: Out of his jurisdiction, he tries forcing Kate to reveal the whereabouts of his kept mistress. When Kate refuses, he issues a chilling threat...

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In 1632, Lord August Godwine, an Austrian nobleman, commissions Swiss clockmaker Frederick Jori to create a miniature city of automatons to amuse himself and impress the aristocracy. When Jori refuses to commit offenses against God, he undergoes brutal, unimaginable torture until the oncepious craftsman surrenders to his fate. But what he hides in the innocuousappearing automatons ignites a horrific apocalypse—one that will not be realized for 400 years.
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Crying Woman Bridge (The High Country Mystery Series Book 6)

While returning from Professor Dawson’s lecture on haunted places, the last thing Sheriff Jeff McQuede and Dawson expect to encounter is a terrified woman clinging to the railing of Mirabella’s Bridge, crying for her lost baby. It looks as if Rae Harris has thrown the infant over the bridge in a fit of despair, but she claims he has been stolen by a ghostly figure she calls Mirabella. Similar to the La Llorona legend Dawson just spoke about, Mirabella was a local pioneer woman who was...