Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Love Books? Three Suggestions in the Christmas Blog Blast. Judy Davis and UNDER STARRY SKIES and Hebby Roman and THE PRINCESS AND THE TEMPLAR and Barbara Edwards and LATE FOR THE WEDDING



Grab a cup of coffee or tea and settle back for some great reading here at the corner. Today we welcome three visitors as part of Louise Lyndon’s Christmas Book Blast. All three are fellow TWRP authors, so I’ll just arrange them alphabetically.

First, let’s meet Judy Ann Davis and her Western Historical Romantic Suspense, UNDER STARRY SKIES.
 
Blurb:
Hired as the town’s school teacher, Maria O’Donnell and her sister Abigail arrive in the Colorado Territory in 1875, only to find the uncle they were to stay with has been murdered.

Rancher Tye Ashmore is content with life until he meets quiet and beautiful Maria. He falls in love at first sight, but her reluctance to jeopardize her teaching position by accepting his marriage proposal only makes him more determined to make her part of his life.

When their lives are threatened by gunshots and a gunnysack of dangerous wildlife, Tye believes he is the target of an unknown enemy. Not until Maria receives written threats urging her to leave does she realize she might be the target instead of the handsome rancher.

With the help of Tye, Abigail, and a wily Indian called Two Bears, Maria works to uncover her uncle’s killer and put aside her fears. But will she discover happiness and true love under Colorado’s starry skies?

Find it:



Now let’s greet Hebby Roman, a fellow historical author and her medieval THE PRINCESS AND THE TEMPLAR.

Blurb:
Raul de Porcelos, a dedicated Knight Templar, is duty bound to bring orphaned Irish Princess Cahira O'Donnell to wed the Earl of Orkney, Raul's lord. But Cahira has a mind of her own and resists the handsome Templar, refusing to relinquish the castle and lands that her family died to protect.

Thrown together by fate, they come to know each other and a forbidden passion is kindled. Who will be the first to surrender to desire, the warrior-princess or the warrior-monk?

Find it at:
B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-princess-and-the-templar-hebby-roman/1118944182?ean=2940149568888



And here’s Barbara Edwards' LATE FOR THE WEDDING, one of the 12 Brides of Christmas series from The Wild Rose Press.


Blurb:
Heather Green will do anything to make her twin’s wedding perfect. Despite an impending nor’easter, she sets out with the wedding dress, cake, favors and cake topper in her car. As the snow piles up, her car is wrecked and she barely misses injury in a major accident.

Nicholas Burnes would rather be ensconced with his latest cuddle than drive a tow truck, but his brother needs his help. He reluctantly agrees to help Heather find a way to the wedding locale, but when the storm closes the roads, he ends up offering her shelter in his penthouse.

Warm and rested at last, Nick and Heather explore their powerful attraction to each other, only to part when he delivers her, on time, to her sister’s wedding. But weddings breed weddings…

 

11 comments:

  1. Hebby and Judy, so great to welcome you both here. Hebby I'm had the pleasure of reading your terrific medieval. Judy, I've downloaded your Western suspense and I'm definitely looking forward to it!

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  2. Barbara, such a delightful blurb on your contemporary. It's another one that I'm determined to get to over the Christmas holiday.

    Glad you're all three here today.

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  3. Thanks for hosting us today. And for the nice compliment.

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    1. Barbara, I was glad to get more information on your book. Have lovely holiday season.

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  4. Barbara--Thanks for hosting me and "Under Starry Skies." Wishing you some starry skies this holiday season!

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    1. Oh, Judy, thank you! I hope the same for you.

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    2. Thanks for being here, BTW. Blog blitzes are intense, aren't they??

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  5. A formidable threesome! All three stories have fate as a factor. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Great observation, Rolynn! Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Congrats to all three authors and best wishes for a successful run of sales!

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    1. Thank you Ashantay. So glad you stopped b

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