Why Earl’s Fall in Love Winner!
Posted by Diana Belchase
Thank you so much, Manda Collins for such a great piece on the importance of setting in a book. After reading both the book and Tuesday’s post, I felt as if I’d had a mini-vacation, away from the stresses of my life. Bath sounds so lovely — I cannot wait to see it in person someday.
We had an amazing turn out for Manda’s release of Why Earl’s Fall in Love. The winner of a copy of this latest installment in the Wicked Widow’s series is: Diane Sallans! Please contact us within ten days to claim your prize.
In the meantime, the rest of you — perhaps not lucky enough to win — are still lucky enough to be able to go out and read this great book. For an excerpt, click HERE or on the photo below.
Pretty, practical Georgie is nothing like the women Con usually woos–especially since she seems blind to his charms. But his elderly aunt is so fond of her that Con is determined at least to be sociable…with the occasional flirtation thrown in just for fun. But things take a serious turn when a dangerous figure from Georgie’s unhappy past appears and threatens to bring her harm. Con will do whatever it takes to keep Georgie safe. And if he can show her that all men are not menaces, he might be able to keep her in his arms and never let go…
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Author Erica Monroe joins us on Tuesday to tell us about her Rookery Rogues series. Read on for a sneak peak at what people are saying about her debut book: A DANGEROUS INVITATION.
“Dark and atmospheric. . . Erica Monroe delivers a different kind of Regency Romance. Weaving suspense and romance, A Dangerous Invitation takes you on a ride through London’s rookeries and into a unique new series.” – Deb Marlowe, Award Winning Author
“Fabulously researched with a fantastic love story and page-turning adventure. This promises to be a great series!” -Darcy Burke, Bestselling Author
About Diana BelchaseI am an author, who won the Golden Heart for my suspense novel Spy in the Mirror and was a Golden Heart finalist, once again, for my second novel, Spy in the Harem. I am also a triple Daphne Du Maurier Award for Mystery and Suspense Finalist for three other books. Please follow me at my website: DianaBelchase.com, or friend/follow me on facebook and twitter. I blog on KissandThrill.com. See you there!
Posted on January 30, 2014, in Author Interview, Diana Belchase, Manda Collins and tagged author interview, Bath England, Diana Belchase, Historical Fiction, Manda Collins, prize, Romance, Why Earls Fall in Love, Wicked Widows, Winners. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.