Don’t you just love this cover? Thank you a million times over to Lankshear Design for another stunning winner!
The Demon Duke debuts June 6th, 2017 (not quite 6/6/6, but that’s because Damon Blackbourne, Duke of Malford, is not quite the demon everyone makes him out to be.
Here’s the blurb:
Behind every good man is a great secret.
Banished to Yorkshire as a boy for faults his father failed to beat out of him, Damon Blackbourne has no use for English society and had vowed never to return to his family’s estate at Thorne Hill, much less London. However, when his father and brother die in a freak carriage accident, it falls on Damon to take up the mantle of the Malford dukedom, and to introduce his sisters to London Society–his worst nightmare come to life.
He never planned on Lady Grace Mattersley. The beautiful debutante stirs him body and soul with her deep chocolate eyes and hesitant smiles. Until she stumbles across his dark secret.
Shy and bookish Grace much prefers solitude and reading to social just-about-anything. Her family may be pressuring her to take on the London Season to find herself a husband, but she has other ideas. Such as writing a novel of her own.
But she has no idea how to deal with the Duke of Malford.
Will she betray him to the world? Or will she be his saving Grace?
Wahoo! It’s Tuesday, so it’s time to announce the winners from last week’s Giveaway-O-Rama.
A note on how I chose winners: I compiled a list of every name/email entry in an Excel spreadsheet. Then I used random.org’sSequence Generator to give me a random number sequence for each giveaway; the top number was my winner. Since people could enter any/all giveaways and the numbers are selected randomly, people can and did win more than once, as luck would have it.
I’ve not included last names for privacy’s sake – if you won, I’ll be emailing you! Thank you all for entering!
Usually, the monthly Virginia Romance Writers meetings take place in Richmond. To get there, I simply hop on interstates 81 and 64, and two hours later, I’ve arrived. It’s fast. It’s familiar. It’s not particularly relaxing.
This past weekend, the VRW meeting happened in Fredericksburg. Let me tell you, there is no direct interstate route between Harrisonburg and Fredericksburg. Oh, I could take interstates, but it’d actually tack time onto the trip. Instead, I dutifully followed Google and traversed the smaller highways, 33 and 20.
Hi, everyone! My name is Margaret Locke, and I am one of over 100 authors & bloggers on the Little Things Blog Hop! Make sure you visit each stop and enter the posted giveaway.
Be sure to enter the amazing Rafflecopter, too, which has a ton of prizes to be won!
For those of you don’t know me, I write the Matters of Love series, which includes:
A Man of Character, a contemporary romantic comedy in which 35-year-old bookstore owner Cat Schreiber must choose between fantasy and reality after determining the men she’s dating are living versions of fictional characters she created long ago.
A Matter of Time, a time-travel Regency romance in which modern-day Austenite Eliza James’ dream comes true when she lands in the arms of a Regency duke, only to discover some fantasies aren’t all they’re cracked up to be when he proves less than a Prince Charming.
Good writer friend Tamara Shoemakerand I have novels debuting on the SAME DAY (11/30/15)! And to celebrate, we thought we’d give stuff away – because who doesn’t like free stuff?
So enter the Rafflecopter giveaway above for your chance at an autographed copy of A Matter of Time or Mark of Four (Kindle version for international participants) or a $10 Amazon gift card – and tell your friends!
Here’s a quick blurb about each book:
A Matter of Timeis Margaret Locke‘s new time-travel Regency romance, in which a modern-day Austenite’s dream comes true when she lands in the arms of a Regency duke – only to realize some fantasies aren’t all they’re cracked up to be when he proves less than a Prince Charming.
Can a duke with a past and a woman from the future forge a love for all time?
Mark of Four is Tamara Shoemaker‘s new Young Adult fantasy in which Elementals wield one of four elements, and teens are sent to an Elemental training center to hone their talents.
But what happens when one Elemental can wield all four? Further, what happens when all the powers the world over, both good and bad, want this Elemental’s powers for themselves… and will stop at nothing to obtain it?