Sunday, May 18, 2014

Sunday Giveaway!

One last giveaway for this week!  Today I have two copies of one of my out-of-print titles from 2005, Lady Midnight.  I loved writing this one--it was very influenced by all the Gothic novels I gobbled up when I was a kid.  (and watch for it in e-book later this year!)

This one was an RT Reviewer’s Choice Award nominee (Best Historical Mystery/Gothic) and a Bookseller’s Best Award finalist/winner, Long Historical


A courtesan in training...

Everyone that Katerina held dear has perished in a tempest off the coast of Italy.  With not a penny to her name, she knows she must travel far to forge a new life.  No one would ever accept her if they learned that her mother was Lucrezia Bruni, the infamous courtesan who was breeding young Katerina to fill her shoes someday...

A governess in hiding...

Still mourning his late wife, Michael Lindley knows life must go on--and that his little sister and daughter need a woman's nurturing.  When a dark-eyed beauty alights on his doorstep, claiming to be a widowed governess, Michael feels a fire rekindle in him that he thought snuffed out long ago.  And in Katerina, who thought her capacity to love had gone down with the ship, there flares a yearning only Michael can subdue....

10 comments:

knye said...

You must be very proud of this book.

Juanita Decuir said...

I love it when there is a story of the need for a child or young siblings in want of care.

Louisa Cornell said...

Oooh! I LOVE a good gothic historical! Mr. Rochester. SIGH !! I had no idea you had written one. COOL !!

Debbie Mccreary said...

Wow! What treasures to find. This gothic looks good. I didn't realize you ever wrote one!

sheila said...

Love these stories- girl turns governess and finds HEA!!

Joy Allen said...

Any Gothic story with a governess, a needy father and mysteries to unfold with children in the mix is right up my alley....did not know you wrote this genre...

Helena said...

I adore Gothic novels, and this sounds great!

✿⊱╮Terri said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I'd love to read it, as I love gothic romances.

joye said...

I like reading these kinds of stories.
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joye said...

I have been a fan for awhile now of your writing. This one sounds equally as good as the ones i have read
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