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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Coming Soon, All Bets Are Off by Sandra K. Marshall


My new short story, All Bets Are Off, will be released at the end of the month.  If you have, or know someone with a gambling addiction this story is for you.  You'll learn the havoc this addiction causes you, your family and friends. 
                               
Can you kill love with a single mistake?  In All Bets Are Off, the heroine, Ana Torres, does something unforgivable.  Or is it?  Will Jason Gibbs absolve her from her sins?  Will their love grow stronger, or will each go their own way?

Can a recovering gambling addict bet on a 2nd chance at love?  If you liked the Riverboat Mysteries, you will enjoy this soon to be released story from Eirelander Publishing. 

As soon as I have the buy links, I'll post them to our Yahoo group. 

8 comments:

Rose Anderson said...

So many questions to ponder! I look forward to the rest, Sandy.

Tina Donahue said...

Congrats on your newest release, Sandy. Excellent topic.

Sandy said...

Thank you, Rose! The questions can only be answered by the individuals involved.

Thanks, Tina. It's a difficult subject to address.

Melissa Keir said...

Sounds like a wonderful story. I know people who appear to have this problem. They don't see it but I worry about them.

Sandy said...

Thanks for coming by, Melissa. I have seen people lose their homes over gambling. It amazes me everytime I hear something like this. The Bets Off number really isn't the answer because it's only good for the state you sign up for it. You can always go to another state.

jean hart stewart said...

Gambling, or at least an addiction to it, can ruin every life it touches. Any addiction can be a heart-breaker..

Cara Marsi said...

Love the cover, Sandra! And the story sounds terrific. I'm a short story reader and writer and I love shorts. This is an intriguing premise. I know someone who lost her home and business because of her gambling addiction. It's a real problem.

Sandy said...

Yes, Jean, any addiction can be a heart-breaker. Thank you for coming by.

Thank you, Cara. I love the cover, too. When I worked at a casino to do my research there was a woman who tried to make everyone think it was her husband who had the gambling addiction. One of the women I worked with told me it was the other way around, and she had borrowed so much money they lost their home. She had the friend she was with that she was the injured party.

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