It’s been a busy week again for author promotions with dukes, earls, and prizefighters. Here is a recap of what you may have missed on our website. Make sure to follow the links on our page to see the covers, read the synopsis, and peek inside. The purchase price, links to retailers, and various formats, along with the sub-genre of historical romance are listed for your review. You can also get notices of new releases via email by signing up for our newsletter.
Our first promotion was a book titled Bewitched by the Bluestocking, from The Perks of Being an Heiress Series written by author Jillian Eaton. It’s British versus American in this engaging battle of wits, published by Dragonblade Publishing. A brief synopsis is as follows. British private investigator, Thomas Kincaid, thinks he’s seen it all . . . until a gorgeous, soaking-wet American shows up and demands he help her find a stolen family heirloom.
Our second promotion was a book titled The Bareknuckle Groom, from The Thompsons of Locust Street Series written and published by author Holly Bush. A brief synopsis is as follows. 1869 Bareknuckle champion, James Thompson, is confident his future continues with beautiful women and victories in the boxing ring. Men admire his skills, power, and quick fists, and are more than willing to bet their hard-earned coins on his name. Women admire his handsome face, his undaunted confidence, and his powerful body.
Our third promotion was a book titled How the Earl Fell for His Countess by Laura Barnes, and is an independently published Regency romance, part of the Matchmaking Madness Series. A brief synopsis is as follows. She tried everything to make a certain gentleman take notice. He only wanted the lady’s attention for financial gain. After a scandalous night and a swift ride to Gretna Green, can the couple admit to their true feelings of love for one another?
Our fourth promotion was a book titled Duke of Dishonor by Tammy Andresen is a Regency romance published by the Swift Romance Publishing Corporation and is part of the Lords of Scandal Series. A brief synopsis is as follows. When a mystery man saves her from bandits, Emily Carrington cannot deny that she’s intrigued. Perhaps infatuated is the better word. But she’s got no time for such fancies.
Our fifth promotion was a book titled Duke of Charm by Alexa Aston is a Regency romance published by Dragonblade Publishing, and is part of the Dukes of Distinction Series. A brief synopsis is as follows: Lady Samantha Wallace has been in love since childhood with her brother’s best friend, the Duke of Colebourne, but George only sees her as a little sister. She weds a viscount who is George’s opposite, only to find herself trapped in a miserable marriage. When she becomes a widow, she is held against her will and finally escapes, vowing to live life her own way and never be controlled again.
Our sixth publication was a book titled Winter’s Widow by Scarlett Scott, and is part of the Wicked Winters Series. It’s a Victorian romance published by Happily Ever After Books. A brief synopsis is as follows: Demon Winter is an unabashed rogue. What better way to find more women to warm his bed than helping his sister Genevieve with her ladies’ gaming establishment? It’s the perfect arrangement. Until a duchess he can’t resist walks through the doors and everything changes.
I hope you enjoy this week’s recap. Happy searching for your next book!
Bewitched by the Bluestocking – https://amzn.to/3vtO65F
The Bareknuckle Groom – https://amzn.to/3qND0Vk
How the Earl Fell for His Countess – https://amzn.to/2Oubxe7
Duke of Dishonor – https://amzn.to/3eC1leu
Duke of Charm – https://amzn.to/3rJxZON
Winters Widow – https://amzn.to/38D9c7B