Welcome! Here is a recap of our author promotions for the week of April 5, 2021, that 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 The Tantalizing of a Scandalous Rake, part of the Lords of Scandal Series, written by author Samantha Holt, published by Helstone Press, and available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. The plan was simple. Lord Adam Moncrieff was to lay low in the countryside until the scandal passed. It would’ve been so easy…if only he hadn’t met the infamous Beauty of Buttermere there. And if he hadn’t been stabbed, of course.

Our second promotion was a book titled Duke if Disrepute, part of the Dukes of Distinction Series written by author Alexa Aston and published by Dragonblade Publishing. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. Lady Elise Ruthersby is with child when her husband is killed, and the family awaits the birth to see who will be the new earl. A daughter arrives, relegating Elise to the status of a servant as she becomes the unpaid governess to her two nephews.

Our third promotion was a book titled Baron of Blasphemy by USA Today Bestselling Author, Tammy Andresen, is available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, and Kobo. It’s part of the Lords of Scandal Series. A brief synopsis is as follows. What does an impoverished baron with a reputation for trouble do when he needs an infusion of coin? He marries. Quickly. The problem? His new wife isn’t entirely certain she likes anything about him.

Our fourth promotion was a book titled Winter’s Warrior by USA Today Bestselling author Scarlett Scott, and is part of the Wicked Winters Series, published by Dragonblade Publishing. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows: Gavin Winter has earned his reputation as one of the best prizefighters in England the hard way: using his fists and sheer determination. With the biggest bout of his career approaching, Gavin will do anything to win.

Our fifth promotion was a book titled Under the Emerald Sky, written by Julianne Weber, and is independently published. It is available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows: It’s 1843 and the English nobleman Quinton Williams has come to Ireland to oversee the running of his father’s ailing estate and escape his painful past. Here he meets the alluring Alannah O’Neill, whose Irish family is one of few to have retained ownership of their land, the rest having been supplanted by the English over the course of the country’s bloody history.

Our sixth promotion was a book titled The Saxon Lord’s Unwanted Bride, written by Emily Royal, and published by Dragonblade Publishing. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited and is part of the Medieval Brides Series. A brief synopsis is as follows: Harald of Wildstorm is tortured by nightmares of the Battle of Hastings. Embittered by past betrayals, he values women only for the satisfaction they give him in bed. But he finds himself reluctantly falling in love with Eloise de Morigueax, the Norman noblewoman he’s commanded to marry.

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Duke of Disrepute – https://amzn.to/3wohpH2

Baron of Blasphemy – https://amzn.to/3cM1PNv

Winter’s Warrior – https://amzn.to/3sJkZJD

Under the Emerald Sky – https://amzn.to/3sP7fgu

The Saxon Lord’s Unwanted Bride – https://amzn.to/39IuFwm

Welcome! Here is a recap of our author promotions for the week of March 28, 2021, that 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 four-book box set of the Bluestocking Scandals, written by author Ellie St. Clair, independently published, and available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. The Four bluestockings have set aside their search for love in favor of professions nearly unheard of for women. But what happens when love finds them anyway? Find out in Designs on a Duke, Inventing the Viscount, Discovering the Baron, and The Valet Experiment.

Our second promotion was a book titled The Healer of Briarwood, written by author MK McClintock and published by Trappers Peak Publishing. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. It’s part of the Montana Gallagher Series. A brief synopsis is as follows. Doctor Finnegan Brody tends his patients, keeps to himself, and vividly remembers the heartaches and trials from the Civil War and why he devoted his life to healing. He watches the townspeople live their lives, loving and laboring alongside one another, and wonders if one day he will give a woman as much time and dedication as he gives the people of Briarwood.

Our third promotion was a book titled Untaming Lady Violet by April Moran, and is independently published, available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, and Kobo. A brief synopsis is as follows. Lady Violet Everstone is quiet, obedient, and not the type of woman Tristan Buchanan usually pursues. If she wasn’t so shy, she might find the courage to grant the viscount a smile. If she were brave, she would try mending his broken heart.

Our fourth promotion was a book titled Entranced by the Earl by Jillian Eaton, and is part of the Perks of Being an Heiress Series, published by Dragonblade Publishing. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows: Evelyn Thorncroft wants to marry a duke, but she’ll settle for an earl. The Earl of Hawkridge, to be precise. The only problem? Weston cannot stand the sight of her. At least, that’s what he says. Their passionate kisses, however, tell a very different story.

Our fifth promotion was a book titled Dark Persuasion by Vicki Hopkins, independently published and an award-winning finalist in the Fiction Romance Category of the USA Best Book Awards, available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, and Kobo. A brief synopsis is as follows: Set in 1890 Victorian England, Dark Persuasion tells a romantic story of regret, restitution, and forgiveness between three individuals who are prisoners of their past. Rival brothers seek to win one woman in a fierce competition, each driven by different motives. Charlotte Grey has no idea of their identity or their sudden interest in courting a blind woman.

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Bluestocking Scandals – https://amzn.to/3w2CRkB

The Healer of Briarwood – https://amzn.to/3ddqv0n

Untaming Lady Violet – https://amzn.to/39jIi4S

Entranced by the Earl – https://amzn.to/3tZRfZ5

Dark Persuasion – https://amzn.to/3lX6kbb

Welcome! Here is a recap of our author promotions for the week of March 21, 2021, that 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 Enchanting the Earl, written by author Kathy Wheeler, independently published, that is available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, Kobo, and Smashwords. A brief synopsis is as follows. Having a London Season is not all it’s cracked up to be, as Lady Lorelei quickly finds when attending her first ball. The lights are too hot, the corsets too tight. It’s enough to make one faint.

Our second promotion was a book titled Held Captive, written by author Grace Johnson and published independently. It’s available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. It’s part of the Daughters of the Seven Seas series. A brief synopsis is as follows. Captain Rina Blackstone is the most notorious female pirate to ever plunder the Seven Seas and the fiercest captain to ever sail the Atlantic. But one thing she has never been able to handle well is change.

Our third promotion was a book titled Virtuous Intentions by Brita Addams, and is independently published, available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. Lured by the promise of a substantial inheritance, ne’er-do-well English aristocrat, Avery Southworth, sets sail for America.  Avery’s purpose is to revive his uncle’s war-ravaged plantation, and make it, once again, a profitable enterprise.

Our fourth promotion was a book titled Earl of Keyworth by Collette Cameron, and is part of the Wick Earls’ Club Series, published by Blue Rose Romance. It’s available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, Google Play, and Kobo. A brief synopsis is as follows: Celestia Tolman will never forgive Landry, Earl of Keyworth, for trying to ruin her father’s livelihood. She will, however, teach the arrogant lord a lesson he won’t soon forget. The task should be simple—if she can ignore her untimely and entirely unwanted attraction to the handsome devil.

Our fifth promotion was a book titled The Heiress and the Hellion by Patricia Barney, independently published, and available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows: A scandal destroyed Sophie Callaway’s reputation, but it couldn’t crush her spirit. After being exiled from proper Society and condemned by her own parents, she made a new life for herself caring for her people, dodging foppish fortune hunters, and struggling to manage Glennwick Castle and a vast estate. The last thing she needs is another scandal that threatens everything she’s built.

I hope you enjoy this week’s recap. Happy searching for your next book!


Enchanting the Earl – https://amzn.to/3reBrQl

Held Captive – https://amzn.to/2MQdpwM

Virtuous Intentions – https://amzn.to/318BYcj

Earl of Keyworth – https://amzn.to/3kag2WA

The Heiress and the Hellion – https://amzn.to/3fji5aM

Welcome! Here is a recap of our author promotions for the week of March 15, 2021, that 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 Aaron, from The Pirate Lords Series written by author Elizabeth Rose published by RoseScribe Media, is available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. Pirate lord Aaron Fisher carries on the search for his late father’s hidden treasure. His newfound grandmother, Nairnie, is still aboard, refusing to leave his ship. Even so, Aaron vows not to bring any more wenches aboard because they only seem to bring bad luck. He never meant to fall in love with his rival’s granddaughter!

Our second promotion was a book titled Revealing a Rogue, a steamy regency romance part of the Hadfield Series, written by author Rachel Ann Smith and published by Penford Publishing. It’s available on Kindle, Apple Books, Nook, and Kobo. A brief synopsis is as follows. For years she worked for him and was loyal to a fault. Why did she let herself yearn for a man with whom she had no future? Would she follow her mind or her heart?

Our third promotion was a book titled The Knot of a Knight by Linda Rae Sande, is part of the Holidays of the Aristocracy series, published by Twisted Teacup Publishing, is available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. A brief synopsis is as follows. Horse trainer by day and agent of the Crown at night, when Sir Randolph receives an offer to help a baroness train a timid filly, he’s happy to oblige. But with no horse in sight and the sneaking suspicion he’s been set up for love, he and the beautiful young widow Lady Xenobia hit it off immediately.

Our fourth promotion was a book titled Convenient Arrangements: A Regency Romance Collection by Rose Pearson published by the Landon Hill Media. It’s a box set of six books – A Broken Betrothal, In Search of Love, Wed in Disgrace, Betrayal and Lies, a Past to Forget, and Engaged to a Friend. These six books are on sale for 99 cents in a box set on Kindle and free with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

I hope you enjoy this week’s recap. Happy searching for your next book!


Aaron – https://amzn.to/3pTm2Es

Revealing a Rogue – https://amzn.to/3tfbUrR

The Knot of a Knight – https://amzn.to/3b2dpTZ

Convenient Arrangements – https://amzn.to/3uyIVAH

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