Monday, April 28, 2014

Book Tour Review and Giveaway - Burnout by Teresa Trent




  Pecan Bayou Series #5

About the book:
It’s November in Pecan Bayou, Texas and while the town is getting ready for the Thanksgiving holiday a deadly fire breaks out at the newspaper office. When Rocky, the editor is nowhere to be found, Betsy refuses to believe he has perished in the fire. The entire town is coming down with the stomach flu and Betsy must deal with her husband’s new found celebrity as an on-air weatherman filling in for an under-the-weather Hurricane Hal .
 Leo loves all the attention he’s getting, especially from the sexy administrative assistant who works at the station. Is their new marriage in trouble already? Find out in the fifth book of the Pecan Bayou Mystery Series. All the characters you’ve come to know and love are back and you’ll find plenty of the Happy Hinter’s recipes and tips included at the end of the book.

My thoughts:  
I really enjoy books written in a small town perspective, you really get to know the town's characters. When a fire breaks out at the newspaper office, and the editor, Rocky cant be found, Betsy is really worried about him. She writes a series for the small town paper called "Helpful Hints" and is friends with the editor.  Without giving too much of the story away, Betsy sets out to try and find out what happened to him.
Meanwhile, her Husband is getting alot of attention from a co-worker, and Betsy wonders what the sexy co-worker wants with her Husband!   As Betsy gets more and more involved with this mystery, I found myself being caught up in the story, and wanted to see what happens next!
I truly enjoyed all the different characters and story lines in this book! 



More about the author:
Teresa Trent writes her Pecan Bayou Mystery Series from Houston, Texas. With a father in the army,her family moved often finally settling in Colorado. Living in Texas for the last 18 years she loves the people and even the weather. Teresa includes Danny, a character with Down Syndrome in her Pecan Bayou family and in real life is the mother of an adult son with Down Syndrome/PDD. Creating the character of Danny and all of the other inhabitants of Pecan Bayou has been a joy for her. Even though she lives in the big city, her writing is influenced by all of the interesting people she finds in small towns and the sense of family that seems to be woven through them all.

Webpage:  http://teresatrent.com

Burnout will be free on Kindle four times during the Great Escapes Book Tour. 
Follow Teresa on twitter @ttrent_cozymys to find out which days the book is free!





For more information about this Tour, visit here

April 14 – Traci Andrighetti’s Blog – Review
April 15 – Shelley’s Book Case – Review
April 16 – Kelly P’s Blog – Interview
April 17 – Mochas, Mysteries and Meows – Guest Post
April 18 – Books Are Life – Vita Libri - Review
April 19 – Books-n-Kisses – Review, Guest Post
April 20 – EASTER
April 21 – Michele Lynn Seigfried’s Blog – Guest Post
April 22 – Community Bookstop - Review
April 23 – readalot blog – Review
April 24 – Back Porchervations – Interview – Review
April 25 – rantin’ ravin’ and reading – Review, Guest Post
April 27 – Cozy Up With Kathy – Guest Post
April 28 – My Recent Favorite Books – Review
April 29 – Deal Sharing Aunt – Interview
April 30 – A Chick Who Reads – Review
May 1 – Brooke Blogs – Guest Post
May 2 – Little Whimsy Books – Guest Post

Disclaimer:  I received an e-copy of Burnout from the author and publisher via Great Escapes Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.

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13 comments:

  1. Thanks for the review - I really like the sound of this book and series overall. Thanks for the giveaway too.

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    1. Maria, Thanks for stopping by! =) I really enjoyed this book!

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  2. Melissa-Thanks for being a part of my tour and for a great review! I agree about the Ipad. I went through your autism links and found a great book for teaching living skills. :)

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    1. Teresa, I'm so glad that you found a helpful book on one of the Autism links! =)
      I really enjoy this series, thanks!

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  3. Sounds like an intriguing story...thanks for a great giveaway too.

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  4. Oh...this sounds like a great series to read...I will have to give it a read after I finish the Cedar Cove series. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  5. Great review. Sounds like a really great book. I would love to read it. Books about small towns are my favorites to read.

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  6. This sounds good! I love book with a southern setting! Thanks for the wonderful review!

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  7. The missing editor adds the intrigue! I think I'd like to read this one!

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  8. This sounds like a very good read! I love stories that take place in small towns!

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  9. This sounds like a fun read, I like small town adventure books too. Thanks for sharing with #smallvictoriessundaylinky last week. Sorry I’m late commenting/pinning but do hope you link up again this week !

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