Monday, September 13, 2010

Giveaway:

RUTHLESS by Anne Stuart
Out now!

Blurb:

Few outsiders will ever witness the dark misdeeds of the Heavenly Host. And among this secret society, where exiled Georgian aristocrats gather to indulge their carnal
desires, fewer still can match the insatiable appetite of their chief provocateur, the mysterious Viscount Rohan.

Pursuit of physical pleasure is both his preferred pastime and his most pressing urge, until he encounters the fascination of a woman who won’t be swayed. And while
his dark seduction appalls the pure and impoverished Elinor Harriman, she finds herself intrigued…and secretly drawn to the man behind the desire...



Interested? It's open to US and Canada addresses only. What we want to know is what your favorite read was this past summer?

Post away, one entry per person, and I'll announce the winner on Wednesday night.
Good luck!

22 comments:

aromagik said...

My favorite was 'Seduce Me At Sunrise' by Lisa Kleypas.

~Lindy

Laurie said...

Vision in White- Nora Roberts
Mac and Carter's story She's a photographer. He's a college professor and an old friend.

Ruthless sounds quite appetizing!

Armenia said...

Its between 2 books: Shameless by Karen Robard and Nine Rules To Break When Seducing A Rogue by Sarah Maclean.

I'm so ready to read Anne Stuart's House of Rohan series. Thank you for the giveaway.

armiefox at yahoo dot com

Jennie said...

I read Kiss an Angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips and loved it!!! That was my favorite book this summer.

Scorpio M. said...

I really enjoyed Megan Hart's, Switch and Elizabeth Hoyt's, Wicked Intentions.

Would love to read Ruthless, been hearing good things about it. Thank you!

throuthehaze said...

Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld was probably my favorite read this summer.
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

Linda Henderson said...

One of my favorites was Summer of Two Wishes by Julia London. I really enjoyed it. I would love to read Ruthless.

seriousreader at live dot com

Karen H in NC said...

Well, I have a list of the books I've rated 4 stars this summer:
The Belly Dancer by Deanna Cameron
The Naked Marquis by Sally MacKenzie
The Naked Earl by Sally MacKenzie
Ten Things I Love About You by Julia Quinn
The Mammoth Book of Regency Romance

Dawn ♥ romance said...

My favorite read was A Summer in Sonoma by Robyn Carr.

d53a @ aol.com

tetewa said...

Wake by Lisa Mcmann!

Cherie J said...

The Cinderella Society by Kay Cassidy.

Estella said...

The House On Olive street by Robyn Carr.

LSUReader said...

Welcome to Harmony by Jodi Thomas was my favorite this summer.

Martha Lawson said...

My favorite "reads" this summer has been Elizabeth Hoyt's backlist!! I'm trying to catch up with her books. I highly recommend her books to everyone.

Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews said...

One of my favorite reads this summer was "Lover Mine" by J.R. Ward.

Sherry said...

One of my favorite reads was The Homecoming by JoAnn Ross. I've read quite a few good books this year.

sstrode@scrtc.com

Chelsea B. said...

I would say How To Conquer Mr. Darcy by Abigail Reynolds.

cories said...

Ack, I can't chose!

"A Matter of Class" by Mary Balogh was fun and cute.

"Brooklyn Knight" by C.J.Henderson, although not a romances, had many fun lines.

"Wilde Ride" by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer had many great lines, also.

As for YA books, "Leviathan" by Scott Westerfeld was great (can't wait for the rest of the series), but I really enjoyed "Princess of the Midnight Ball" by Jessica Day George in which the hero saves the day with his knitting!

cories119[at]yahoo.com

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

awesome contest!!

my fave read of the summer was "seduced by a highlander" by paula quinn!! what a great historical romance!

Thank you!

inthehammockblog at gmail dot com

Cybercliper said...

This has been a great summer and there's been so many. My favorite so far has been Love in the Afternoon by Lisa Kleypas.

Sue A. said...

Wicked Intentions by Elizabeth Holt

flchen1 said...

Favorite summer read was Ava Gray's Skin Tight--that was incredible!