Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Biltmore Girl by Dawn Klinge

Posted April 24, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, giveaway, historical, romance / 7 Comments

Historical Hotels Collection
GENRE: Inspirational Historical Romance
RELEASE DATE: March 15, 2021
PAGES: 267

New York City, 1968. Elka Hansen, a former teen cover girl, is done with modeling. Now she’s a hostess for the Palm Court restaurant in the beautiful Biltmore Hotel. As she sees it, Elka’s other job is to watch out for her younger sister, Colleen, an idealistic but reckless college student at Barnard.

With her sister, Elka attends her first civil-rights protest, and there, she runs into Jacob Lewis, a co-worker from the Biltmore. He’s a student at Columbia University and a friend of Colleen’s. Jacob becomes an unexpected ally when rescuing her sister from trouble becomes more than Elka can handle independently. Out of this turmoil, a romance grows between Jacob and Elka, but can it last?


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Dawn Klinge is a Pacific Northwest native who loves a rainy day, a hot cup of coffee, and a good book to get lost in. This wife and mom to two young adults is often inspired by true personal and historical accounts. Dawn is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers Association. Sorrento Girl was her debut novel, the first in the Historic Hotels Collection.

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Biltmore Girl by Dawn Klinge is currently on tour with JustRead Tours & the author is offering a print copy & a $25 Amazon gift card to one winner!! Click the banner below to enter on Instagram where you can also find the giveaway terms & follow along with the tour.

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What about you? What makes you want to read Biltmore Girl by Dawn Klinge?

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7 responses to “Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Biltmore Girl by Dawn Klinge

  1. Suzanne Sellner

    The late 1960s were my college years, so I’d be interested in this book just because it will seem familiar. The setting of New York City will seem familiar because I visited there many times when I lived on the East Coast. So, I’d be very interested in reading Biltmore Girl.

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