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TBT Feature Novel: Jackal by Heather Gray

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!!

Today I’m happy to share some the TBT Feature Novel, Jackal, by Heather Gray. I’ve actually had the pleasure of meeting Heather and her personality is as great as her writing. 

Have you read one of her novels? If not, check out the info on Jackal ​below.

About the Book

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From the back cover: “Hiding in the shadows just got harder.

When tragedy strikes, Juliana and her family must flee their home. Can they persuade a virtual stranger to help them? Juliana isn’t so sure, especially after their chaperone threatens to cane him. Even as Juliana struggles to trust him, she finds herself drawn to this mysterious man. Surely all she wants from him is refuge . . .  

Rupert is a man whose life depends on his ability to remain unnoticed. What, then, is he supposed to do with this family he’s inherited? His life is overrun with an ancient chaperone who would terrify a lesser man, two spirited girls, and the secretive Juliana – someone he comes to think of as his own precious jewel.

With this new responsibility thrust upon him, Rupert will have to make sacrifices – but will God ask him to sacrifice everything?”

Purchase: Amazon, B&N, iTunes, Kobo

Add to TBR Pile: Goodreads


About the Author

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Heather Gray loves coffee, God, her family, and laughter – not necessarily in that order! She writes approachable characters who, through the highs and lows of life, find a way to love God, embrace each day, and laugh out loud right along with her. Her books almost always include someone who’s infatuated with coffee, too. Some things just can’t be helped. Heather delights in creating characters who, like her, have their share of faults and foibles, characters who are flawed…but loved anyway.

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4 thoughts on “TBT Feature Novel: Jackal by Heather Gray”

  1. Thank you so much for having me on your blog today, Toni! It’s so fun to *visit* an older books and remember why I loved writing it. 🙂

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