Introducing JP Barnaby’s A Heart For Robbie *And a Giveaway*

I have a special love for JP Barnaby. Okay, I might have a few special loves for a lot of people—do not judge me. So when she asked me to be a part of her release of A Heart for Robbie, I said Of Course (As if there was going to be any question).

This is a very special book for JP and in that light, I would like to sponsor a giveaway for its release. Please comment here and be entered to win a $20 gift certificate to the e-tailer of your choice…and watch for the winner announcement, if you don’t want to leave your email in the comment section.

Winner to be selected on the morning of June 14th.


ahfrA Heart For Robbie by JP Barnaby

Waiting for someone else’s child to die so yours can live is the worst kind of Hell.

Celebrated Young Adult author Julian Holmes pits the heroic characters in his Black Heart series against all different kinds of monsters. But when a critical heart defect threatens his son’s life, he finds he has no champion. No amount of books, classes, or practice can prepare Julian for the fight to save his beautiful son’s life.

Suddenly there are hospitals, transplant lists, and the nightmare of insurance red tape to navigate. In the midst of his trouble, Julian meets Simon Phelps, the insurance coordinator for Robbie’s case. Simon lives so deep in the closet he might never find his way out, but he dreams of exactly what Julian has. Then one night, drunken need and desperation brings them together, and a new fight begins.

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25 thoughts on “Introducing JP Barnaby’s A Heart For Robbie *And a Giveaway*

  1. kirifox01

    I respect you greatly, J.P., for the courage to show us such a personal side of yourself.

  2. Nancy

    I have been waiting for this book (and stocking up on tissues!). I’d love to win, but believe me, I’ll buy the book regardless.

  3. Trix

    It does sound really heart-tugging, but JP does have a way of making me want to read it anyway!

  4. Hannah B.

    I always look forward to JP’s books. This will definitely be on my list. Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Joy Walker Hall

    It sounds like a difficult one to write, but, despite the probable sniffles, I will read it. Thanks Rhys for bringing it to my attention.

  6. Venecia

    I keep collecting JP’s books, I haven’t had the heart to read any but the Working boy series as yet. But I will keep getting them.

  7. DebraG

    It sounds like an amazing story with lots of emotion.
    debby236 at hotmail dot com

  8. elaine downes

    Another beautiful story – I’d best stock up on Kleenex – thanks JP for sharing your story

  9. Denise Dechene

    Waiting for the call for my husband to get a heart transplant was stressful and emotional. For it to be your child must be 10 times worse. Thank you for sharing a piece of yourself.

  10. Juliana

    JP has talked about her daughter briefly and I can only imagine how cathartic and painful it must have been to write a story for her. I know this book will be filled with emotion but also have the hope we look for in her books.

  11. Shirley Ann Speakman

    I’m so sorry for what happened to your daughter thank you for sharing your story. I love the cover of the book.

    ShirleyAnn(at)speakman40(dot)freeserve(dot)co(dot)uk

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