Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Wonderful Surprise!

I was notified that my historical romance, THE INN AT LITTLE BEND, has been chosen as a FINALIST in the CBRM Blue Ribbon Awards.  The winners will be announced in August.

THE INN has also been chosen as a FINALIST in the ACRA Heart of Excellence Awards.  Those winners will be announced in September.

THE INN received HONORABLE MENTION in the New York Book Festival.

SEASON OF THE SHADOW was chosen as a FINALIST in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards. The winners will be announced this August.

The Midwest is baking this summer but romance is sizzling!!!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Great news!

I was just notified tonight that my Historical Romance, THE INN AT LITTLE BEND, is a finalist in the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence!!  The winners will be announced in April.  Keeping my fingers crossed!

Also, my latest interview is now live on Coffee Time Romance & More. The interview is listed on their Interview page at the top of the page. 
Here's the direct link:    http://www.coffeetimeromance.com/Interviews/BobbiGroover2012.html

Monday, November 28, 2011

Trailer for SEASON OF THE SHADOW

Just up on YouTube--trailer for SEASON OF THE SHADOW

HERE'S THE LINK:

http://youtu.be/gweDPIBl7wA

Trailer for THE INN

Just up on YouTube--the trailer for THE INN AT LITTLE BEND
Here's the link:

  http://youtu.be/pjg4tBA_2n4

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The review is in!

Just received a lovely review of THE INN AT LITTLE BEND.  Wanted to share!


The Inn at Little Bend
by Bobbi Groover
Melange Books

reviewed by Wendy Strain


"It was only the depth of their love, their trust in one another that led to the truth and their reconciliation. If not for his trust in her... the lies surrounding them would have destroyed them both."

With a title pulled straight out of the old West, Groover creates characters who refuse to conform to summarizing stereotypes: A child born to sin proves herself more than a helpless orphan. A solitary rover reluctantly reveals himself to have a softer side. Their complications are drawn out by a cast of secondary characters who are themselves complex and surprising.

Grayson Ridge is named for the orphanage that took her in on the day she was born. Adopted by an older couple more interested in cheap labor than rearing children, Grayson is forced to run away when her 'step-father' becomes more insistent in his advances. Unprepared to live on her own, unwise in the ways of the world, it isn't long before she finds herself in trouble again.

Drake Somerset prefers to keep company with his own personal demons, but can't ignore the unpleasantness taking place nearby. As he attempts to provide Grayson with the tools she will need to survive on her own, his ghosts begin to lose their hold on his heart, opening his soul to new possibilities.

This is not a simple, uncomplicated love story progressing along predictable lines. The well-developed characters are delightful, always revealing new growth. The plot offers interesting twists difficult to predict, and the romantic tension will keep the pages turning. 

                       
                                                                                              —The US Review of Books


Tuesday, August 9, 2011

More Tidbits

Greetings,


My interviews with Fallen Angels and Night Owl Romance are now live on my website.  Lots of different questions and tidbits.
  BG

Friday, August 5, 2011

Great news!

My juvenile title, FUN IN THE YELLOW PAGES, is out in eBook.  It's available in Kindle and Nook format so far and the others are soon to follow.  FUN is a vacation adventure filled with humor, horses and the complexities of family relationships.  Check it out!