Two signed print copies of my debut novel, You May Kiss the Bride, are up for grabs on my Facebook page! Pop on over for a chance to win.
Would you like to see some of the nice things people have been saying about You May Kiss the Bride, read the first chapter, and check out all the ordering options? Click here. To save it on Goodreads, click here.
As promised, I’ve got a newsletter going out soon — this Saturday, in fact — and it’s got all kinds of fun things in store!
If you haven’t already signed up for my newsletter, would you like to? There’s an easy-peasy form on my site, and on my Facebook page, too. Remember, as a subscriber, you’re automatically entered into all my giveaways. :)
Oh my goodness, it’s September already! Where has the summer gone?!? I’ve been busy reviewing the galleys for Engaged to the Earl, the fourth book in my Penhallow Dynasty series . . .
. . . and working on my next newsletter, which will include an exclusive excerpt I’m thrilled to share with you . . .
. . . along with this amazing giveaway: an advance reader’s copy of fellow Avon author Megan Frampton’s forthcoming Never Kiss a Duke! It’s such a great read and I’m excited to be sharing this ARC with one lucky winner!
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For more info about Megan Frampton, click here. (And check out the stunning cover for her upcoming novella The Earl’s Christmas Pearl!)
If you’d like more info about Engaged to the Earl, click here.
I’m so honored to be a part of Read-a-Romance-Month 2019! Here’s a little tidbit from my essay on love and the magic of change:
Romance novels — love stories — can, and do, portray their share of dark matter. But within them, like a bright skein woven throughout a dappled fabric, is an optimistic and unshakable faith in change. That it’s not only possible, but achievable, and it happens just when we’re just about to lose hope. There’s no need to fear, though. See? The heroine and the hero have bettered themselves, they’re changed, their trajectories have met and are firmly joined.
See? Change; connection; hopefulness. Joy. Magic.
Here it is: love. Magic.
Maybe for us, too. Why not?
Plus, there’s a Q&A, book/author recommendations, and a giveaway! Copies of You May Kiss the Bride and The Laird Takes a Bride, the first two books in my Penhallow Dynasty series, are up for grabs. For a chance to win, simply add a comment at the bottom of the post.
Click here to check it out.
Would you like a chance to win one of two copies of The Laird Takes a Bride?
It’s the second book of my Penhallow Dynasty series, in which Alasdair Penhallow, laird of his clan, is forced to end his rollicking bachelorhood thanks to an ancient decree which requires him to wed — or die. Fate serves up Miss Fiona Douglass, prickly and strong-willed, and just as reluctant as Alasdair to give up her freedom. It’s hardly an auspicious start to a marriage. But there are surprises in store for each of them . . .
Stop by my Facebook page to enter now!
Want to learn more about The Bride Takes a Groom? You can read the first chapter, check out some of the nice things people have been saying about it, and see all the various ordering options, too. Click here.
Mondays can be tough, so I thought a giveaway would be fun! What book would you like to win? Let me know on my Facebook page, and on Friday I’ll choose two winners via Random.org!
I’m excited to let you know that I’m being featured in Shana Galen’s next newsletter! And there’s a giveaway as well — two copies of my most recent book, The Bride Takes a Groom, are up for grabs.
If you haven’t already signed up for Shana’s newsletter, would you like to? Click here to go to her website. Or here to access the signup form on her Facebook page. But hurry — Shana’s newsletter goes out on Tuesday the 14th.
To learn more about The Bride Takes a Groom, see some of the nice things people are saying about it, and to read an excerpt, click here.