Friday, August 6, 2010

Friday Five – Five Characters That You Will Either Love or Hate in A Chance to Say Yes by Tina Murray


In a Chance to Say Yes with author Tina Murray the drama will keep you on the edge of your seat with its twists and turns. In a story that Murray supplies with plenty of characters we see an abundance of greed, deception, love interests, cheating spouses, jealousy and much more. Reading this book you will either find you love or hate these characters.

Heston Demming - is at the peak of his acting career—a Hollywood heartthrob, his handsome face on every tabloid. When he comes home to Naples, Florida, his opulent lifestyle is declaration of victory over the poverty and hardship of his youth. But his triumphant return is a sham, a lie he’s told himself to keep from facing the truth.

Poppy Talbot - The woman left behind in Heston’s quest for money and fame. Poppy still has the same sweetness as she did when they were love-struck teenagers. She could save him—if he could get her to forgive the past and win her trust…

Inez Demming – Heston’s first wife, if that doesn’t say it all, but did she make the biggest mistake of her life by letting him go?

Sasha Bassett – She’s got the perfect guy, but he won’t give her what she wants. What does she want and what does she do to get it?

Danny Vega – He’s got the perfect life or so he thinks, but one mistake could take it all away. Does he make that mistake?

With these five characters and more along the way you won’t want to miss any of it.


Find Tina at http://www.tinamurrayauthor.com/




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2 comments:

  1. Hello, Rebecca! Thank you for your super post. I am having a great time on my virtual book tour with PumpUpYourBook.com. The second edition of my novel A Chance to Say Yes will be released soon. It will be followed by the sequel A Wild Dream of Love. There's more to come, so stay tuned. These characters are alive and well!

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  2. Characterization is my favorite thing about writing! I love unique and well developed characters so I have a feeling I'll love this book as well.

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