A Priceless Find by Kate James

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A Priceless Find

(Camden Falls #2)
by Kate James
Contemporary Romance

Paperback & ebook, 365 pages
October 1st 2017 by Harlequin Heartwarming

Can opposites really attract?

A robbery followed by the discovery of a forgery at a respected art gallery thrusts Chelsea Owens into the center of an investigation headed by Detective Sam Eldridge. The instant chemistry between the high-spirited aspiring curator and the tall, dark, brooding cop is a classic case of opposites attract.Complications arise when Chelsea uncovers a connection to an unsolved art heist. Teaming up with Sam to find the stolen paintings ignites feelings that could lead to lasting love. But Sam isn’t ready to move beyond the tragedy in his past, no matter how promising his future with Chelsea could be…

Other Books in the Series


A Child’s Christmas
(Camden Falls #1)
by Kate James
Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 376 pages
November 1st 2014 by Harlequin Heartwarming
There’s a stranger at the door on Christmas Day… 
Single mother Paige Summerville wants to give her seven-year-old son the Christmas of his dreams. Jason needs surgery to beat the illness that’s plagued his young life, leaving Paige desperate to make ends meet. So she turns to a charity that grants the wishes of sick children…
Then a stranger arrives bearing gifts for Jason—and for her. He’s Daniel Kinsley, a lawyer who’s grown cynical about family. But his kindness in making Jason’s wishes come true offers him more than he ever imagined. Is there room in Paige’s heart for a man who could fulfill all their dreams? And not just at Christmas!


About the Author

Kate spent much of her childhood abroad before attending university in Canada. She built a successful business career, but her passion has always been literature. As a result, Kate turned her energy to her love of the written word.Kate’s goal is to entertain her readers with engaging stories featuring strong, likable characters. Kate has been honored with numerous awards for her writing. She and her husband, Ken, enjoy traveling and the outdoors, with their beloved Labrador Retrievers, Harley and Logan.

Kate would love to hear from you! You can connect with her by email, through her website, her Facebook pageTwitter, or mail at PO Box 446, Schomberg, ON, L0G 1T0, Canada.
Tour Giveaway

Prize Pack:
– The prize pack includes:
   · Aqua over-the shoulder tasseled bag
· San Diego K-9 Unit mouse pad
· Signed copy of Sanctuary Cove
· Signed copy of The Truth About Hope
· Singed copy of When the Right One Comes Along, first book in the San Diego K-9 Unit series
· A pack of three metallic page markers with an inspirational quote on each
· Pair of heart-shaped earrings embellished with ruby-colored stones
· Assortment of signed bookplates
· $20 Amazon gift card
– Prize pack available for Canadian and US residents. Should the winner be international, e-books will be substituted.
– Ends October 11th
Excerpt ~ 

Having expected the customary wooden shipping crates used for transporting artwork, she’d had the foresight to bring along a screwdriver set, a small hammer and a chisel.

Excitement, anticipation and nerves coursed through her in equal measure.

She uncrated the first paintings she assumed were part of the shipment in question, then examined the contents of a couple of the other crates.

Dropping back on her heels, she released a huge breath.

Everything seemed to be in order. The contents appeared to be consistent with the bills of lading attached to the crates. There didn’t seem to be anything out of the ordinary here.

Overactive imagination. Overactive imagination, she chanted to herself.

She’d tell Sam what she’d found, but the more she thought about it, the more she was convinced there was nothing untoward going on. It all related to the operations of the gallery. Granted, she didn’t know all the uses for the warehouse. She’d been aware of its existence but she hadn’t had any reason to go inside, since it was seldom utilized.

Putting the paintings back, she secured the crates, leaving them the way she’d found them.

She slipped on her boots and was about to leave, when a thought occurred to her. She hurriedly pulled out her phone again and snapped pictures of the workstation. She’d show the pictures to Sam and let him draw his own conclusion.

Opening the entrance door slightly to look outside, she struck by how silent everything was. Large flakes of snow drifted gently down.

But there was a set of footprints on the ground.

Not hers, which the snow had covered, as she’d guessed. The prints stopped some distance away from the entrance and backtracked the way they’d come, disappearing around the street corner. Had the person stopped to peer into the warehouse through the barred window?

Her first inclination was to follow the footprints to see where they led. Feeling a tingle on the back of her neck, she thought better of it. Slipping out the door, she locked it and hurried to her car.

The footprints—and the possibility of someone having seen her inside the warehouse and maybe recognizing her car—made her rethink once more what she’d found and what it might mean.

She needed to talk to Sam, she decided, with a mixture of excitement at the prospect of seeing him and hurt that he’d so effortlessly shut her out.

He’d made her promise to contact him if she thought of anything that might pertain to the investigation. Well, she’d be following his instruction.

Chelsea took a final look at the front of the warehouse before buckling her seatbelt and driving away. She’d tell Sam what she’s discovered and get his take on it. She might as well mention Mr. Hadley’s sister’s condition, in response to his question about family illnesses. She was certain it was unrelated to the switching of the Babineux, but he had asked.

Regardless of what it might mean to her career aspirations at the gallery, she had to do what she considered right.

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  1. Kate James says:

    Thank you for welcoming me to your blog, Brianne, to celebrate the release of A PRICELESS FIND!

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