Monday, August 08, 2011

Book Giveaway: Crusader Captive

Crusader Captive by Merline Lovelace
Out in July 2011

Blurb:

A strategic marriage to a powerful Saracen lord with a penchant for virgins will enable wealthy Lady Jocelyn to keep her fortress home. But at what cost? Her only hope of escaping the depraved lord's harem is to lose her virginity—and fast!

Captured and tortured knight Simon de Rhys is in no position to refuse Lady Jocelyn's proposition: his freedom for one night with her. The task seems simple, and deeply pleasurable, until he discovers her secret….



The author, Merline Lovelace, is one of those who writes in more than one genre (period setting). Who are some of your favorite authors who write in more than one?

Post your answers and I'll pick a winner later in the week.
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14 comments:

Karen H in NC said...

Christina Dodd writes historical, contemporary and paranormal. Her historical books are among my favorite books.

Na said...

An author whose work I enjoy is Nora Roberts who's done everything from historical to paranormal to contemporary.

Donna Cooper said...

Wow, how exciting. This one looks like a great read! Donna

Kelly-Writer Girl said...

Nora Roberts is definitely a favorite. Iris Johansen made a successful transition and I love her as well.

Julie said...

Nora Roberts, Christina Dodd, and Julie Garwood!

CrystalGB said...

Lisa Kleypas, JR Ward(writes category romance as Jessica Bird) and Christina Dodd are some authors that write different genres that I love to read.

Jennie said...

For me it's Nora Roberts. The rest of my favorite authors stick to just one genre, which is great (not bad at all) because they're amazing at it.

Kathleen O said...

Three that come to mind are Lisa Kleypas, Fern Micheals, and Susan Wiggs.. oh Karen Hawkins...so that makes four..

Estella said...

Nora Roberts is the first to come to mind.

flchen1 said...

La Nora, of course. Also, Denise Agnew, Jo Davis, Ann Aguirre, Karen Erickson, Lexxie Couper, and so many others!

Sheree said...

Jayne Ann Krentz/Amanda Quick/Jayne Castle for her books in, respectively, contemp, historical, and paranormal/futuristic.

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catslady said...

I am going to say Linda Sole who also writes under the names of Anne Herries, Emma Quincey, Lynn Granville and one as Juliana Linden. But I agree about Nora Roberts and Julie Garwoood. I'm sure there are so many more lol.

Maureen said...

Some of my favorites are Lisa Kleypas, Jayne Ann Krentz, Linda Howard and Nora Roberts.

Laurie G said...

Elizabeth Hoyt, Linda Lael Miller, Claire Delacroix,Heather Graham, Susan Wiggs, Elizabeth Lowell, Nora Roberts, Jayne Anne Krentz, Jude Deveraux