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Reviewers say: “Just keeps getting better and better”…’A very satisfying read, indeed.”…”I highly recommend it”…”A great love story”

— A jilted Supermodel on the rebound
— An unscrupulous businessman who’ll do whatever it takes to save his floundering business
— When you’re looking for love sometimes you find it
…and sometimes you don’t!

Smooth as a sip of Kentucky Bourbon, Promises eases you into Kentucky’s Appalachian hill country. That wonderfully wild place of mountains and hollows, creeks and rivers, with its hardscrabble life and whiteboard churches where roots go deep, family matters, and Granny Wright’s never wrong. A place where King Coal still rules and beneath its veneer of respectability lies a hidden web of treachery. 

Mary Jane Combs may have gotten her Momma’s good looks, but her strong-willed determination came straight from Daddy. Growing up in Kentucky she dreamed of a simple life with a loving husband, a home of her own, and healthy kids. 

Instead she’s become an international Supermodel, swapping the Appalachian coal country for New York City’s Upper West Side and traveling the world in her private jet. But she’ll need all the determination she can muster when her ex-husband sets out to destroy everything she’s accomplished. 

Can she do what needs to be done and still remain true to the Promises she made at her mother’s deathbed and, when the dust settles, will she have the loving relationship she’s always dreamed of?

 

About the Author

E. G. Lewis was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He lived, worked, and traveled the back roads of Kentucky’s Appalachian hill country for many years. Memories of this wonderfully wild place and its people became the inspiration for his novel PROMISES. A former newspaper editor and publisher, his articles have appeared in many national and regional magazines. He has been a full-time novelist since 2004 and writes both Commerical and Christian Fiction. He is the author of five novels and lives with his wife, also a writer, on the Southern Oregon Coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
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