Summer is truly over – here in the Netherlands, anyway. Here’s a look at my street today. The sky hasn’t stopped dumping down rain all freaking day.
On the up side, it’s the perfect weather for curling up with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book, which I plan to do as soon as I publish this post.
One of my blog subscribers will be able to curl up with THREE new books soon. For the last couple of weeks, every subscriber who commented on a blog post was entered into my Bookstravaganza! giveaway.
Here are the books I’m giving away.
Devil’s Bride by Stephanie Laurens
When Devil, the most infamous member of the Cynster family, is caught in a compromising position with plucky governess Honoria Wetherby, he astonishes the entire ton by offering his hand in marriage. No one had dreamed this scandalous rake would so tamely take a bride. As society’s mamas swooned at the loss of England’s most eligible bachelor, Devil’s infamous Cynster cousins began to place wagers on the wedding date.
But Honoria wasn’t about to bend to society’s demands and marry a man just because they’d been found together unchaperoned. No. She craved adventure. Solving the murder of a young Cynster cousin fit the bill for a while, but once the crime was solved, Honoria was set on seeing the world. But the scalding heat of her unsated desire for Devil soon had Honoria craving a very different sort of excitement. Could her passion for Devil cause her to embrace the enchanting peril of a lifelong adventure of the heart?
The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galen
Revenge should be sweet, but it may cost him everything…
The Marquis de Valère escaped certain death in the French Revolution and is now an infamous privateer. Out to avenge the death of his mentor, Bastien discovers himself astonishingly out of his depth when confronted with a beautiful, daring young woman who is out for his blood…
Forgiveness is unthinkable, but it may be her only hope…
British Admiral’s daughter Raeven Russell believes Bastien responsible for her fiancé’s death. But once the fiery beauty crosses swords with Bastien, she’s not so sure she really wants him to change his wicked ways…
The Highlander’s Prize by Mary Wine
BASTARD ROYAL DAUGHTER, PAWN IN A DEADLY GAME
Sent to Scotland to be the king’s mistress and produce an heir, Clarrisa of York has never needed a miracle more. But the brusque Highland laird who kidnaps her is a bit too rough to be considered divine intervention.
HE’LL DO ANYTHING TO THWART HIS KING
With rival lairds determined to steal Clarrisa from him and royal henchmen searching for her allover the Highlands, Laird Broen MacNicols has a mess on his hands. Worse yet, there’s a magnetic attraction berween them, although he’s betrothed to another. But even an independent–minded lady like Clarrisa knows that a Highlander always claims his prize…
I’d asked if anyone could tell the theme. Several people guessed historical romance, which is true. What I was thinking, though, is that they’re all possessive titles. Okay, maybe that was a bit too obscure. It’s the former-English-teacher-turned-editor in me.
So who wins the books? Out of the 170 comments left on my blog in the last couple of weeks, the winner is the person who left comment number 43. And that is…(Drum roll, please)…
Congratulations, Ann! Send your mailing address to romancingkatrina[at]gmail[dot]com
Everyone, I’m going to India for work next week with limited internet access, so the only thing I’ll be posting is the winner of the Tiffany Reisz giveaway (you have until Tuesday to comment if you haven’t already).
But make sure you come back in September for more author interviews, giveaways and pictures of India.
Happy Labor Day to everyone in the U.S., and good luck to everyone starting school again. Thanks to everyone for participating!
Safe Travel Kat^^
again i do not win 🙁
Sorry, eli. 🙁
Congratulations, Ann. Looking forward to seeing pictures!
Congrats to Ann.
Oooh, I am envious of your rain! We’ve been having a terrible drought where we are.