Lethe Press, Day 26 Giveaway: Whistling in the Dark by Tamara Allen
** Congrats to CASEY for winning the giveaway! **
To celebrate On Top Down Under Book Review’s 3rd blog-versary, Steve Berman and Lethe Press have kindly offered to give away a book a day during the entire month of October.
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Good luck to all who enter and make sure you check back daily to see the next giveaway!
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Whistling in the Dark by Tamara Allen
New York City, 1919. His career as a concert pianist ended by a war injury, Sutton Albright returns to college, only to be expelled after a scandalous affair with a teacher. Unable to face his family, Sutton heads to Manhattan with no plans and little money in his pocket but with a desire to call his life his own. Jack Bailey lost his parents to influenza and now hopes to save the family novelty shop by advertising on the radio, a medium barely more than a novelty, itself. His nights are spent in a careless and debauched romp through the gayer sections of Manhattan. When these two men cross paths, despite a world of differences separating them, their attraction cannot be denied. Sutton finds himself drawn to the piano, playing for Jack. But can his music heal them both, or will sudden prosperity jeopardize their chance at love
This is our best-selling historical romance. Allen brought me the ms many years ago. It was immense. She was patient and wonderful to work and we trimmed over 10k words! It’s still a huge book but it’s fit for its size and smooth and wonderful read that has delighted so many people.
We have one copy of Whistling in the Dark to give away either in print or digital edition.