THANK YOU VERY MUCH to all the awesome bloggers on the Blog Tour for Abby’s Promise your help in promoting this book is very much appreciated by Rebekah, Junction Publishing and myself. Especially at such a busy time you really are the best THANK YOU XX
I found that I really enjoyed the authors writing style and that I could connect with the characters making it very easy to read. Read more here
I read a lot of mystery/thrillers and love when I have the opportunity to read a romance and it breaks up all of that tension. I was delighted to read Abby’s Promise. It was very sweet, although there were times that I wanted to throttle Abby. Despite that, I smiled, felt saddened, angered and rejoiced – all while reading this sweet story. Read more here
I loved that Abby was a proper woman, no wilting waif in this story. She was curvy and realistic…. though, if someone called her fat one more time I was probably going to chuck the book across the room. Read more here
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was a short, quick, fun read but I felt that there were certain things that were glossed over. The main thing was Abby’s marriage to Evan. She didn’t want Joey to know about this as the two had been friends in high school, but Abby and Joey had never dated. Read more here
Fast paced and emotional without shoving sex in my face, it provided me with some much needed escapism and I finished it in less than 24 hours. Read more here
I liked this story and found it to be very real. It’s very well written and it had me cheering Abby on for being such a strong woman who knew her own mind even though she had a lot to overcome from her choices in her past. She is a woman who has a mind of her own and works very hard to prove her worth and her love. Read more here
I really liked the character of Joey as he struggles to maintain his tough soldier boy image whilst also trying to keep his relationship with Abby going, even though his dad doesn’t want him to be happy. Read more here
Abby’s Promise by Rebekka Dobson
Available from Amazon
He walked out of my life eight years ago, and for the first couple of years, I wrote him faithfully.
Then life happened, and we lost track of each other. Now he’s back; appearing one day on campus and sweeping me off my feet. He looks the same—rough stubble on his square jaw, broody brown eyes, thick brows that always lifted when I made him laugh. My Jo-Jo has come home after eight years in Afghanistan.
She looks the same as I remember her in high school, but now she’s all woman—sophisticated, educated, and just as curvy as ever. And now she’s a professor, and I’m falling for her all over again like I did at senior prom. War screwed me up, but every day Abby was my saving grace.
She promised one day she’d never let me go, made me promise I’d come back to her. I’ve come back to claim that promise. There’s just one problem: Abby’s moved on. How will I convince the love of my life that a day never went by without her on my mind?
Rebekah Dodson is a prolific word weaver of romance, fantasy, and science fiction novels. Her works include the series Postcards from Paris, The Surrogate, The Curse of Lanval series, several stand alone novels, and her upcoming YA novel, Clock City. She has been writing her whole life, with her first published work of historical fiction with 4H Clubs of America at the age of 12, and poetry at the age of 16 with the National Poetry Society. With an extensive academic background including education, history, psychology and English, she currently works as a college professor by day and a writer by night.