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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Character Love Letters: Lady Eve's Indiscretion by Grace Burrowes (Letter/Giveaway)

Welcome back to our Character Love Letter's Event and Happy Valentine's Day! XOXO We have a letter from a very surprising guest today that I hope you enjoy!


In which we find a very special letter to Lady Eve Windham, heroine of Grace Burrowes’ Lady Eve’s Indiscretion…






LADY EVE’S INDISCRETION BY GRACE BURROWES
IN STORES FEBRUARY 2013
Lady Eve's Got The Perfect Plan… Pretty, petite Evie Windham has been more indiscreet than her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Moreland, suspect. Fearing that a wedding night would reveal her past, she's running out of excuses to dodge adoring swains. Lucas Denning, the newly titled Marquis of Deene, has reason of his own for avoiding marriage. So Evie and Deene strike a deal, each agreeing to be the other's decoy. At this rate, matrimony could be avoided indefinitely...until the two are caught in a steamy kiss that no one was supposed to see.
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Praise for Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal:

"Burrowes delivers red-hot chemistry with a masterful mix of playfulness and sensuality."—Publishers Weekly Starred Review
"A tantalizing, delectably sexy story that is one of the best yet from an author on the way to the top."—Library Journal Starred Review
"A delight...strikingly unique characters with realistic emotions and exciting antics."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars
"Captivating...historical romance at its finest and rife with mystery and intrigue."—Romance Fiction on Suite 101


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:


Grace Burrowes is a bestselling and award-winning author of historical romances. Her debut, The Heir, was selected as a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year for 2010 in the romance category, and Lady Louisa’s Christmas Wish won RT Book Reviews Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Historical Romance of 2011 and was also nominated for the prestigious RWA RITA© award. The author of the bestsellers The Heir, The Soldier, Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal, and Lady Sophie’s Christmas Wish, Grace is a practicing attorney and lives in rural Maryland. She’ll conclude to the Windham Family Series with Lady Jenny’s story in October 2013, and will begin a new regency series with Darius in April 2013. She also has a Scottish Victorian series as well, beginning with The Bridegroom Wore Plaid, which was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2012. Please visit http://www.graceburrowes.com/ or follow her on Twitter: @GraceBurrowes for more information.



~*GIVEAWAY*~
Sourcebooks if giving away a prize pack of the two books—Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal and Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight (the two books that come before Lady Eve’s Indiscretion) to one reader (US and Canada only, please). To enter, just leave a question or comment to Grace or King William and then fill out the Rafflecopter below. Additional entries are available but not required. Good luck!

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22 comments:

Debby said...

How can you not fall in love with him? Loved the letter.
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Grace Burrowes said...

Debby, I tried and tried to come up with a letter from Eve to Deene, Deene to Eve, and I kept hearing hoofbeats, clip clop, clip clop... For a horse, I think King William did OK...

May said...

Love the letter.

I have been a big fan of yours ever since the Heir. Sounds like another terrific book!

Cathy Worthington said...

Love the letter and King William. I don't ever recall a horse's character coming through to such a wonderful extent in any story outside that which focuses on the horse. And I loved Eve & Deene's book which I just finished the other night!

Grace Burrowes said...

May, glad you're enjoying the books, and this one turned out particularly well (for which King William must take some of the credit, of course).

Cathy, I've known some stallions, and not a one of them lacked for personality and self-esteem, and yet, they were good boys, too, most of them. William's role grew into an ending i hadn't foreseen myself.

Jane said...

Congrats on the new release, Grace. What a lovely letter. Sometimes it seems like a lost art.

Joanne said...

Congrats on the new additin to this fantastic series. Thanks for sharing this wonderful letter. I love the Windhams. Is there any genre that you'd like to write but haven't?

Kyla Whitley said...

Looking forward to reading Lady Eve's Indiscretion ... yummy ... thank you for sharing. :)

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laura troxel said...

loved the letter.
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Carol L. said...

Happy Valentine's Day. I love the letter from King William. What a cutie. He deserves those sweet kisses on his nose. :)
Love your books Grace. Thanks for the wonderful opportunity to win.
Carol L
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sheryl said...

I loved this letter. I can't wait to read this one by Grace, she is one of my faves. Thanks

Amanda V said...

King William will always be a loyal and devoted to Lady Eve!

Beautiful Disaster said...

Enjoyed reading the letters. Congrats! Will certainly be adding to my TBR stacks. Thanks,
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erin said...

King William sounds like a capital fellow! Loved the letter :) Thanks for sharing! I really enjoy Grace's books and congrats to her on the new release!

Gaby Pendragon said...

OMG, I loved the letter, it's beautiful!

Lily B said...

awesome <3 have one of her books, the Christmas Knight, cannot wait to read it.

June M. said...

I do believe that King William is smitten with Lady Eve. And that the way to his heart is through his tummy (he mentioned a lot of different treats she could give him, lol).

Soft Fuzzy Sweater said...

Right now, Ms. Burrowes, I have your last 3 books stashed away. I am afraid to read them because I'm "storing up my nuts for the winter." I have pre-ordered "Darius" but I don't want to end up like my husband who has read ALL George RR Martin and is now bereft of his favorite author! Every few days I take your books out and think: "Today I will read them..." but I still wait. It's pathetic!

anyway, I love your books and please keep writing. I love your sense of period style prose. I loved "The Courtship" too!

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Barbara E. said...

Aww, what a sweet letter. I'm always happy to see a new book come out from Grace Burrowes, and I'm looking forward to reading Lady Eve's Indiscretion.

Di said...

King William is great - I'd love to hear more about him!
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jmcgaugh said...

King William "writes" very sweet letters!
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pc said...

Love your books, Grace! I'll miss the Windhams (I've got the prequel on my to buy list)...will we hear from the Windhams anytime after? I'm looking forward to the Lonely Lords Series!
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