One April 14, just under six weeks from now, my second London Legends novel comes out. I’m really excited about sharing Playing It Close with you, and I hope you love reading it!
I would love to have your help spreading the word about it. Between now and May 4, I’m holding a giveaway. You could win a $50 gift certificate to the online retailer of your choice (it doesn’t have to be a bookseller; it just has to allow me to buy a gift certificate online), a gorgeous handmade bracelet from my friend Moriah Densley, and a London Legends tote bag.
Some of these are things you can do without reading the book – such as publishing the book cover and buy links on your blog, or tweeting about the giveaway, or adding the book to your Goodreads shelves. But if you read the book, then you can also write an honest review and earn more points.
Please note that I want honest reviews. Writing a glowing review will not make you more likely to win, and writing a negative review will not disqualify you from winning.
Win an early copy of Playing It Close
Since I’m really eager for you to start reading, I’m giving away three advance copies to readers who leave a comment on this blog before March 11.
If you don’t win, you can find links to pre-order Playing It Close below.
Good luck, and thank you so much in advance!
Where do you go to escape everything when you’re one of the most famous rugby players in the world? For Liam Callaghan, that place is a remote lodge on Venezuela’s Caribbean coast. Perfect, except he doesn’t exactly want to be alone with his thoughts. Enter Tess Chambers, the ultimate distraction.
Still reeling from a professional disaster that’s made her all but unemployable, Tess understands the desire to move through life as somebody else. So when instantly recognizable Liam uses a fake name, she runs with it and creates a temporary new identity of her own.
Their time spent together in paradise is idyllic but brief—after one passionate night, Liam wakes up to find Tess gone. Returning to London, he’s shocked to learn she’s taken a job with his team’s new sponsor. As the Legends’ captain, he’ll have to not only figure out how to work with the one woman who ever left him wanting more, but also convince her that their feelings in the present mean more than any lies they’ve told in the past.