Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Book Giveaway:

THE DARKEST SIN by Caroline Richards



Blurb:


Desperate Deceptions
Lord James Rushford is the only man in London who can lead Rowena Woolcott to the villain who has been tormenting her family for years, and she will stop at nothing to enlist his help. Even if she must pretend to play a dangerously enticing role: his mistress.




Shadowed Secrets
Rushford has demons of his own – a dark past that haunts his memories. Yet the temptation that Rowena presents is more than he can resist.




Relentless Desire
Claiming to be lovers should not be so easy – or feel so achingly appealing. But as Rushford ushers Rowena through London's most elite clubs and sinister underworlds, truth and fantasy blur. And as the threat to Rowena grows near, the masquerade of passion begins to feel startlingly real…

Learn more by going to the author's website at:  http://readcarolinerichards.com/index.html



One lucky winner will be chosen to win a copy of THE DARKEST SINNER. To enter, tell us about an author (or more than one) that you miss writing. Could be one who has retired or passed on.


Winner will be announced later in the week.

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12 comments:

LSUReader said...

I miss mystery author Barbara Parker. She died about five years ago. I really enjoyed her books.

Chelsea B. said...

I miss reading Stephenie Meyer-- I don't think she has retired, but I miss her books!

Na said...

I miss Judith McNaught (her latest book keeps getting pushed back but hopefully it will be released soon). Katherine Stone (she retired but recently noticed her website is back up and her backlist is being re-issued), and Kathleen E. Woodiwiis.

catslady said...

I used to really love the old gothics - Mary Stewart, Phyllis A. Whitney and Victoria Holt.

Jennie said...

I have to agree with Chelsea. Stephenie Meyer hasn't released anything new in years. I would love to read more books by her!

Kathleen O said...

I just found this great writer, Jean Stone, she now writes as someone else. Can't remember the name, but I did not like her current genre. I have found a few of her past books. And the ones they have on line are on Ebook and I don't have an e-reader. Jean, if you are listening, please write some books under this name again..

Kathleen O said...

Oh another writer is Janet Dailey...

Anonymous said...

Ronda Thompson and Kathleen Woodiwiss are the ones I miss.

Good Luck all

Mary f

CrystalGB said...

I miss reading Connie Mason. She doesn't write as much as she used to.

Laurie G said...

I enjoyed Betty Neels and her Dutchmen.

Joan Honl and Joan Johnston too.

Anonymous said...

I miss Maggie Osborne's historicals. I do love going back and reading my favorites. She's retired. And dearly miss Rhonda Thompson a d Dawn Thompson. they are not related but both left us too soon. cathiecaffey @ gmail.com

Maureen said...

I miss Judith Ivory.