Would totally play this.
Would totally play this.
Two days ago I shared the news about an epic Goodreads giveaway for Engaged to the Earl, and yesterday I told you about an amaaaaaazing Valentine’s Day giveaway which includes You May Kiss the Bride, and today I want to let you know about another giveaway I’m hosting over on my Facebook page!
Two lucky readers will each win this set, signed if they like!
For a chance to win, pop on over to my Facebook page.
Want more info about my Penhallow Dynasty series? You can see all the titles, read an excerpt, check out the nice things people are saying, and listen to an audiobook sample. Click here.
Yesterday I shared the news about an epic Goodreads giveaway for Engaged to the Earl. Today I’m thrilled to let you know that You May Kiss the Bride, the first book in my Penhallow Dynasty series, is part of an equally epic giveaway compliments of Bookstr!
“Valentines Day is just around the corner, and we’ve got just the thing for you— What do you mean you have plans?! Well you won’t once you hear what we have in store. Seriously! Your other half’s rose petal-strewn proposal will pale in comparison. Ready?
“We’ve got fifty (YES, FIFTY, 5-0!) roasting hot romance novels to give away. That’s right, these romances, valued at over $500, are so supremely sexy they’ll have you cancelling any plans you had for Valentine’s Day 2020, and beyond.”
Click here to enter the giveaway. And good luck!
For more info about Engaged to the Earl (which releases on the 25th!) and You May Kiss the Bride, click here.
Are you a Pinterest person? If so, you’re cordially invited to check out my new board for Engaged to the Earl! It was a lot of fun putting together — it’s kind of an insider’s look at my inspirations, influences, research, references, and allusions. Here are some quick samples:
The gorgeous cover of course needed to be included!
Visual inspiration for my heroine, Gwendolyn Penhallow . . .
. . . and some equally delightful visual inspiration for my hero, Christopher Beck.
As was typical for a young woman in the Regency era, Gwendolyn wears white a great deal, and it was fun imagining her wearing a gorgeous gown like this.
“That horse has the devil in him.” “So do I,” says Christopher Beck.
A little theme running throughout Engaged to the Earl.
One evening at Vauxhall Gardens, Gwendolyn and Christopher slip away along the so-called Forbidden Paths for a quiet interlude alone . . .
A sweet little snippet.
Fragrant pink rose petals! Which are employed in a delicious romantic gesture . . .
Good advice, I think, for all of us. :)
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I hope you’ve enjoyed this little preview!
Would you like more info about Engaged to the Earl? Click here to go to the Avon Books/HarperCollins site where you can see all your preorder options (in print, ebook, and audio), and read a sample, too.
My friend and USA Today bestselling author Anna J. Stewart’s wonderful book Recipe for Redemption has been adapted into a movie for UpTV, and it’s airing tonight at 7 pm EST/4 pm PST! It’s called Christmas Recipe for Romance, and I couldn’t be more excited about this!
To find UpTV via your cable provider, click here.
In case you missed it from my recent newsletter: I’m envisioning the hero of the book I’m currently writing — The Worst Duke in the World — looking like a combination of these two delightful fellas.
I do hope you approve. ;)
. . . in this short, sweet, funny video from Harlequin Books. Even if you’re in a lousy mood, I promise it will have you smiling at the end!
So, do you remember Matthew Lewis when he played Neville Longbottom back in the day?
Here’s Matthew Lewis these days.
Please can he be the model for the hero in my next book???
So, we’ve got . . .
Adrian Lukis in the ’95 A&E production of Pride and Prejudice . . .
. . . Rupert Friend in the ’05 film version of P&P . . .
. . . and Matthew Goode in the ’13 miniseries Death Comes to Pemberley . . .
Whereas in previous posts I’ve had some pretty strong opinions as to the “best” one, here I’m stumped. I think that each of these actors was marvelous, although Rupert Friend, in my opinion, struggled with a too-limited role. Who’s your favorite Wickham?