Sunday, January 6, 2013

Good Things Come In Fives Blog & Giveaway

They say that good things come in threes – well things just got better for me. My good things are coming in fives, and to celebrate, I’m giving away a PDF copy of either DOMINIC or HIS SHADOWED HEART (winner’s choice) to one lucky commenter chosen at random today. Please provide email address in comment.

I would like to thank Goddess Fish Promotions for giving me the opportunity to share my good news with everyone today and for arranging my Blog Tour which begins with them on 14th January – thanks Marianne!

Over December and January, I have had five releases - one new Regency Romance and four from my backlist and I would like to share information about them all with you today.

for love of sarah
For Love Of Sarah    Available from Amazon as
paperback and e-book from 8th January

 How many times can a heart be broken? How many
 times can love be denied? Sarah and Alexander
were destined for each other but after just four
 short weeks of marriage, their lives were torn asunder.

Alexander, Earl of Thorne thought he had found his
 ideal mate but, when Sarah absconded shortly after
their marriage, his world came crashing down. Now,
 five years later, he discovers her in a remote Yorkshire

Sarah had thought she was safe, but when, severely
 injured in a freak accident, her husband is thrust
once more into her life, she fears her dark secrets and
the fact she has a son, will become known.

Despite her own desperate longings, she
continually repudiates Alexander’s efforts of
reconciliation. However, the fates conspire against
her, and when her home is made uninhabitable by
floods, she and her young son are forced to accept
his aid and return to her former home.

Discovery threatens and, despite her breaking heart,
she plans to leave Alexander’s life. What is this secret
that makes it so imperative that she should abscond
from him yet again? Can two broken hearts cleave
 and emerge victorious or will life's cruel forces
tear them apart forever? 
Read the Excerpt.. >>

Consequence  available immediately from Amazon
as paperback and e-book immediately

In the wake of a duel, Marcel Blake, Duke of Lear,
an infamous rake and gamester, leaves London to
 visit his cousin in Paris. Here he meets and falls
 in love with the British Ambassador’s daughter,

 Thinking she would be horrified if she knew
 of his reputation, he fights the attraction but when
 he is wounded whilst saving her from the unwanted
 attentions of a would-be suitor, he finds she returns
his affection.

However, revenge and the fates conspire against
them and when, at their wedding reception,
Julie is maliciously informed of Marcel’s previous
 life-style and told that he only married her to
please the king, she is devastated and an
insurmountable gulf exists between them.

Can Marcel prove his reformation and woo his
wife, or is the desolation she feels impossible to
overcome? Will they eventually find happiness
or is the perpetrators revenge too complete?
Read the Excerpt.. >>

Dominic  available immediately as e-book
from Amazon

London, 1775 - Dominic Blake, Earl of Vale,
is a young man of privilege and breeding
whose world is turned upside down by Jack, a
beautiful young girl in boy’s clothing whom he
finds sheltering on his doorstep after fleeing an
attack by her brother.

Despite leaving his protection, Jack is once more
 destined to enter Dominic’s life when, injured
 in a horse race, Dominic is forced to rusticate
to his father’s estate and again meets Jack in her
boyish guise. In turn, she becomes his pupil
and his love. Despite danger and misunderstandings,
this is the story of their unconventional and delightful

I will post information of the other two books later.



Debby said...

Your books sound wonderful. I love historicals. Thanks for sharing.
Debby236 at gmail dot com

Hazel said...

Thanks, Debby. I hope you get to read and enjoy them.


Catherine Lee said...

I'll have to watch for your blog tour starting soon. I like following many of the Goddess Fish tours. I meet great authors that way.
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

Hazel said...

Great! I look forward to seeing you there.