Giveaway & Review! “Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid”

Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid-1Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid by Suzanne Enoch
St. Martin’s: March 3, 2015 (Historical Romance)*

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Suzanne Enoch’s latest is another winner – and to help celebrate it’s release we’re giving away 5 copies of Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid, graciously provided by the publisher. To enter, simply comment on this post before March 24th, 2015 and 5 random people will be chosen as winners.

Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid is Enoch’s latest in her Scandalous Highlanders series, and it features the much used (and much beloved) unrequited love trope. Rowena MacLawry has loved Lachlan MacTier for most of her life. However, Lachlan has never returned those affections. He likes her, but as a sister. After returning home to Scotland after her first season in London, Rowena is determined to put Lachlan behind her; she’s ready to give up her girlish fantasies and move on. Unfortunately, Lachlan is in for rude awakening where Rowena is concerned – perhaps he was just a tad too hasty to dismiss her so quickly. What starts as a battle of wills quickly becomes something much more. (more…)

Author Interview, Giveaway, and…Sneak Peak!

The Duke's Holiday (The Regency Romp Trilogy #1)  Prince of Hearts (The Elders and Welders Chronicles, #1)  A Dark Heart (The Elders and Welders Chronicles #2)  Thief of Hearts (The Elders and Welders Chronicles, #3)

Maggie Fenton is the author of the recently released The Duke’s Holiday and also happens to pen steampunk romances under the name Margaret Foxe. Her steampunk romances are fabulous, but her latest book is quiet a bit lighter (and funnier). This is one I would recommend to fans of Tessa Dare and Julia Quinn. For my full review of The Duke’s Holiday, check out my post from Wednesday.

Ms. Fenton graciously provided me with a review copy and also took some time out of her busy writing schedule to answer a few of my questions. So, without further ado, I will let Ms. Fenton speak for herself and share a little bit about the inspiration behind her historical romance. Details about the giveaway and the interview below! (more…)

Giveaway: Somewhere in France

18090117Starting today and running until January 21st, 2014, Stacey and I will be hosting our first ever giveaway. Up for grabs is one copy of Jennifer Robson’s fantastic Somewhere in France!

In December we both reviewed the wartime romance, and we agreed: this book is amazing. So if you’re interested in the book, please enter the giveaway below (and I highly recommend that you do; this book is that good).

About the book

Lady Elizabeth Neville-Ashford wants to travel the world, pursue a career, and marry for love. But in 1914, the stifling restrictions of aristocratic British society and her mother’s rigid expectations forbid Lily from following her heart. When war breaks out, the spirited young woman seizes her chance for independence. Defying her parents, she moves to London and eventually becomes an ambulance driver in the newly formed Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps—an exciting and treacherous job that takes her close to the Western Front.

Assigned to a field hospital in France, Lily is reunited with Robert Fraser, her dear brother Edward’s best friend. The handsome Scottish surgeon has always encouraged Lily’s dreams. She doesn’t care that Robbie grew up in poverty—she yearns for their friendly affection to become something more. Lily is the most beautiful—and forbidden—woman Robbie has ever known. Fearful for her life, he’s determined to keep her safe, even if it means breaking her heart.

In a world divided by class, filled with uncertainty and death, can their hope for love survive. . . or will it become another casualty of this tragic war? (Description from Goodreads).

About the giveaway

Stacey and I graciously thank the author for providing this giveaway. To enter the draw, simply let us know what your favourite wartime book is at Rafflecopter.

And if you do win, leave us a comment and let us know what you thought of the book!