I recently received a wonderful review for A Bride for the Season from the Historical Novel Society. They even mention Much Ado About Nothing, which makes the Shakespeare geek in me very, very happy!
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
“This delightful Victorian romance (set in 1853) concludes Delamere’s Love’s Grace Trilogy yet can just as easily be enjoyed on its own, independent of the series. There is something in this story that is reminiscent of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, including the complexity of the characters and the amusing resolution of the plot. Well-written, sweet, passionate and fun—and all that without a single scene of graphic love!—A Bride for the Season is a most enjoyable read.”
A Bride for the Season releases November 25, and I’m celebrating all week! I’ll be stopping by the blogs listed below, sharing book excerpts, answering your questions, and giving away lots of books.
Blog Tour Celebration!
Jennifer Vido – Book excerpt and giving away 5 copies of A Bride for the Season
Manga Maniac Café – Short interview and giving away 5 copies of A Bride for the Season
Urban Girl Reader – Book excerpt and giving away 5 copies of A Bride for the Season
An Indie Adventure – Spilling the beans on 5 secrets about A Bride for the Season!
The Lusty Literate – Book excerpt and giveaway
Expressions of a Hopeful Romantic – Book excerpt and giveaway
What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing on a Blog Like This – Book excerpt and giveaway
SOS Aloha – Interview and book giveaway
Smut and Bonbons – Book excerpt and giveaway
Lily Pond Reads – Review and giveaway
Mary Gramlich – Book excerpt and giveaway
Book Reviews & More by Kathy– Book excerpt and giveaway
Bitten by Love Reviews – Book excerpt and giveaway
My Book Addiction and More – Review and giveaway
Romance Junkies – Book excerpt and giveaway
Bookworm 2 Bookworm – Interview, review, and giveaway
Buried Under Romance – Book excerpt and giveaway
Roses Are Blue – Review, book excerpt, and giveaway
Ever wonder what really goes on in a character’s head? What they like to do when they are not being read? Well, today, Miss Lucinda Cardington answers these questions and more in an exclusive interview at Harlequin Junkies blog.
Recently a new acquaintance bought one of my books and said, “I can’t wait to see what goes on in that head of yours!” I admit I laughed and replied, “Are you sure you want to know? Authors can be a bit crazy sometimes!”
Well, this post today at Jaunty Quills is proof of that… Check it out! I’m giving away a copy of A Bride for the Season to one commenter.
I am happy to report that A Lady Most Lovely has won the 2014 Maggie Award for Excellence!
The winners were announced last weekend at the Georgia Romance Writers annual Moonlight and Magnolias conference.
It was truly an honor to receive this lovely medallion and wear it home. I’m so thrilled and blessed by the warm reception this book has received.
A reader pointed out to me that in A Lady Most Lovely, Tom gives Margaret the nickname of Maggie. A happy coincidence indeed!
Be sure to visit my Facebook page for more photos of the conference!