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Shattered Memories Blog Tour


Shattered Memories

Debbie Lynne Costello

Shattered Memories is a 265 page novel in the Christian Historical genre and was released on February 14, 2016. You can purchase the book here.

About the Book

The Charleston earthquake has left destruction like nothing Doctor Andrew Warwick has ever seen. On a desperate mission to find the lady who owns his heart, he frantically searches through the rubble. He finds her injured and lifeless. After she regains consciousness, the doctor’s hopes are quickly dashed as he realizes she doesn’t remember him. Things only get worse when he discovers she believes she’s still engaged to the abusive scoundrel, Lloyd Pratt. Now Drew is on a race with the wedding clock to either help her remember or win her heart again before she marries the wrong man.

Waking in a makeshift hospital, Olivia Macqueen finds herself recovering from a head injury. With amnesia stealing a year of her memories, she has trouble discerning between lies and truth. When her memories start returning in bits and pieces, she must keep up the charade of amnesia until she can find out the truth behind the embezzlement of her family’s business while evading the danger lurking around her.

debbielynne-248x300About the Author

Debbie Lynne Costello is the author of the #1 Amazon bestseller Sword of Forgiveness, a medieval romance. She has enjoyed writing stories since she was eight years old. She raised her family and then embarked on her own career of writing the stories that had been begging to be told. She and her husband have four children and live in upstate South Carolina where she has worked in many capacities in her church and is currently the Children’s Director. When not spending time with her husband, four children and grandchildren she hangs out with her Arabian and Tennessee Walking horses.

My Review:

Debbie Lynne Costello’s new book Shattered Memories is one you will not want to put down until you finish. Taking place in historical Charleston at the time of the great Charleston Earthquake, Shattered Memories is the first book in The Charleston Earthquake Series. Doctor Andrew Warwick has never seen any destruction like what he is seeing from the earthquake, determined to find the lady who owns his heart, Andrew sets out to find her. He finds her unconscious and injured but as she begins to awaken, he realizes that she has amnesia and doesn’t remember who he is and still believes she is engaged to a different man.

Olivia Macqueen awakens in a hospital and can’t remember the last year of her life but as she begins to remember she has to fool everyone that she doesn’t remember anything so she can find out who is behind the embezzlement of her families business before it is too late.

This is such a great book, I can’t wait to read Ms. Costello’s next book in this series. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Christian Historical Fiction.

Thank you to Celebrate Lit and the Author for providing me a copy of this book for my honest review.


Blog Tour Stops

Feb 15: Quiet Quilter

Feb 16: Daysong Reflections

Feb 17: Book Reviews From an Avid Reader


Feb 18: Simpleharvestreads

Feb 19: Rhonda’s Doings

Feb 19: Buwurmzzz

Feb 20: A Greater Yes

Feb 21: 100 Page Per Hour

Feb 22: The Editor’s Note

Feb 22: Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations

Feb 23: The Christian Bookaholic

Feb 24: Blossoms and Blessings

Feb 24: Cassandra M’s Place

Feb 25: Bigreadersite

Feb 26: Singing Librarian Books

Feb 27: cherylbbookblog

Feb 28: Texas Book-aholic

Feb 28: Mary Hake

Feb 29: Raining Butterfly Kisses


6 thoughts on “Shattered Memories Blog Tour”

  1. Thanks for your great review of “Shattered Memories” and for featuring Debbie’s book on your blog, Crystal!! It’s a beautiful, exciting, inspiring romance – isn’t it?? Blessings!!

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