Historical Book Blast Friday: Romance on the High Seas

It’s been awhile since I’ve done a book blast, so I am pleased to get back in the game with the new boxed set featuring my friend and NEORWA sister, Chloe Flowers. Just released, Romance on the High Seas is a fabulous collection of pirate stories by best-selling authors. Chloe will also give a pirate bandana and […]

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Book Blast Friday: Tricia Schneider, Pirates, and a Giveaway!

Happy Friday, everyone! Today I’m spotlighting the new release from fellow historical Wild Rose author, Tricia Schneider. Tricia’s latest novel, The Pirate’s Lady, releases today. Happy Book Birthday, Tricia! Captain Marco Dante was captured and sentenced to hang two years ago, but he escaped before his punishment was carried out. Now he’s come back to […]

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Book Blast Friday: Cover Reveal!

Happy Friday, everyone! I’m sure you’ve all been waiting with breathless anticipation–or possibly not–but finally, the time has come to reveal my beautiful cover for my third book featuring the Tenwick family. Tempting Mr. Jordan is set six years after my first book, Stirring Up the Viscount, and features Jonathan Tenwick’s younger sister, Julia, all grown up. After four unsuccessful London seasons, […]

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Historical Cover Reveal–Tricia Schneider

Happy Friday, kids! For Book Blast Friday (I know, I haven’t done one in a while), I’m doing a cover reveal for fellow Wild Rose historical author Tricia Schneider. Check out her gorgeous new cover for her upcoming release, The Pirate’s Lady!   Captain Marco Dante was captured and sentenced to hang two years ago, […]

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Historical Book Blast Friday: More from Beth Trissel

I am pleased to welcome fellow Wild Rose historical author, Beth Trissel, back to the blog today. Beth, you may recall, released Traitor’s Curse in November, and today she’d like to tell you about the other books in the series. If you like 18th century American romance, you really should check out them out! Enemy of the […]

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Historical Book Blast Friday: Laura Strickland’s back!

I am pleased to welcome fellow Wild Rose author Laura Strickland back to the blog, since her latest book, Forged by Love, releases today (I wish I was so prolific!). Thanks for stopping by, Laura! Forged by Love by Laura Strickland Newly returned home to Lobster Cove from the War Between the States, blacksmith Douglas Grier […]

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Historical Book Blast Friday: Jana Richards

It’s Book Blast Friday! My guest today is fellow Wild Rose author Jana Richards. Her newest novella, Home Fires, is set during World War II. Welcome, Jana! Home Fires by Jana Richards Anne Wakefield travels halfway around the world for love. But when she arrives in Canada from England at the end of World War […]

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Book Blast Friday: Sheridan Jeane and Giveaway!

This week I am delighted to introduce you to friend and NEORWA chaptermate, Sheridan Jeane, who writes action-packed Victorian era romance. The third novel in her Secrets and Seduction Series, Once Upon a Spy, released this week. Welcome Sheridan! Upon Upon a Spy by Sheridan Jeane Robert, Earl of Wentworth, isn’t a spy, and he never wants […]

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Historical Book Blast Friday: Marlow Kelly

It’s (slightly delayed) Historical Book Blast Friday! This week I’m featuring the latest release from fellow Wild Rose author Marlow Kelly, entitled A Woman of Courage. Thanks for joining me today, Marlow! A Woman of Courage by Marlow Kelly When an injured Fianna Byrne turns up at Connell O’Neill’s gate twelve years after their separation he knows this could […]

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Historical Book Blast Friday: Beth Trissel

It’s Book Blast Friday! This week I’m featuring the latest release from fellow TWRP author, Beth Trissel, called Traitor’s Curse. BLURB: Halifax, North Carolina, 1783. Captain Stuart Monroe returns home from the Revolutionary War to find Thornton Hall threatened by a peacetime foe: debt. He knows the location of a treasure amassed to pay for the capture of […]

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