Saturday, August 16, 2008

Tote Bag Full of Books 4

Important announcement on the closing date for the Tote Bag of Books . . .

Because of the delay in announcing this contest while I was in San Francisco, the closing date has been extended (yes, Dina - you read it right!) and the contest will now end not on August 18th (ie today) on August 23rd.

So you still have time to get your entries in.

Today I need to tell you about the final two books included in the Tote Bag full of Books this summer.

The first title is one that arrived a little too late to be included in the main photograph that illustrates these posts, but it's definitely going in the prize when I send it out.

This is another great Historical romance and it's written by one of the newer authors in Historical Romance - Annie Burrows. Annie's book is My Lady Innocent

Innocent bride or treacherous temptress?

As the nobility jostles for the new King's favour, Maddy is all alone. Landless and friendless, she is now beginning to suspect that someone wants her dead . . .So she accepts a bridegroom she has never met, intending to find peace at home.

But peace is in short supply when Maddy marries Sir Geraint, a powerful protector and a passionate man. Fiercely loyal to the King, Geraint cannot trust his Yorkist bride - but neither can he resist her innocent temptation.

Annie's next book Captain Fawley's Innocent Bride is out in paperback in UK in December, and then there is a novella in a Christmas anthology in the States in November. One Candlelit Christmas. Annie's contribution is called The Rake's Secret Son. And the 3 authors involved in the anthology will be running a competiton on their websites, to win all sorts of Christmas goodies, and that will run from October 1st - so look out for that. Check out Annie's website for more details. You can also see the great covers of her upcoming books on there.

And the final book in the tote bag this time is of course my own contribution - the 3 in 1 By Request edition of The Alcolar Family Trilogy.

This one volume book contains

The Twelve-Month Mistress
Made to be his mistress...
Joaquin Alcolar has a rule—never to keep a mistress for more than twelve months. Cassie knows that her time is nearly up, and to save her pride—and her heart—she decides to jump before she’s pushed.
However, when an accident leaves Joaquin with amnesia, he cannot recall Cassie ending their relationship. And, on doctor’s orders, Cassie can’t tell him the truth.
So is she back where she started—in Joaquin’s bed—until her recovers his memory . . . and the clock starts ticking once more . . ?

The Spaniard's Inconvenient Wife
The convenient solution is to marry her!
Ramon Dario desperately wants the Medrano company. But the deal has a shocking condition - marriage to the notorious Estrella Medrano. Ramon won't be forced into anything, least of all into wedding a scarlet woman!
But Estrella is not what he imagined. Ramon can't get her gorgeous body out of his mind. He even starts to believe she may not deserve her reputation.
A marriage of convenience - and desire - might be a good deal after all...

Bound By Blackmail
He'll make her his mistress for revenge...
Jake Taverner has never wanted a woman as much as he wants Mercedes Alcolar. So when she rejects him in the most painful way, Jake's hurt pride demands the most pleasurable revenge...
...his mistress for a month!
Jake traps Mercedes into a fake engagement as he embarks on his skillful seduction. She'll share his bed for one passionate month. But though he can bind her by blackmail...can he keep her?

And don't forget that there are two signed copies of The Alcolar Family on offer as runners-up prizes too.

So that's all the books - get your entries in by the end of the week and you could be in with a chance of winning this wonderful Tote Bag of books.

Details can be found on the Contest Page of my web site - and if you go there you'll also now find the details of my new Super September Contest that I'm running with my great friend Michelle Reid. I'll tell you more about that later.

Good luck!

Oh - and as a PS - in my role as PHS Columnist, today I'm also posting over on their blog when, writing about a very special Male on Monday, I'm letting you in on just what the Babe Magnet got up to in San Francisco.

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