I’m thrilled to announce that my new book, Game of Spies, released on June 24. Needless to say, it’s been a very exciting week!
Please take a look at a few short blog posts I wrote to celebrate the release. The first is on WriterSpace and tells about my visit to Tutbury Castle, the main setting of Game of Spies. The second, on Fresh Fiction, is a Top 5 list of my favorite places to visit in the British Isles. The last is another Top 5 list–my favorite Tudor movies. It’s on my publisher’s blog, Entangled in Romance.
The WriterSpace piece also includes a giveaway for a signed, print copy of Game of Spies.
Some quotes from readers:
“This story is filled with intrigue, twists and turns, and love.” Carole, Goodreads
“Well-written and well-executed, with history and fiction interwoven to make a compelling story” April, Goodreads
“Strong, believable characters and a fast-paced story all made this a captivating read.” Janet, Goodreads
A Short Blurb:
Life as a lady-in-waiting to Mary Queen of Scots isn’t exactly what Isabel Tait expected. But she must tolerate the challenges of court life or risk being sent home to a forced marriage. If not for a certain handsome gentleman who arouses a new desire in her, perhaps she would choose that option. Of course, said gentleman flirts with all the ladies…
Gavin Cade is on a mission. Tasked with spying on Mary, he’s found the perfect woman to help. Sweet, shy Isabel is an easy target for his charms. But before he knows what’s happened, he’s the one beguiled. One big problem exists, however. Isabel is a staunch defender of Mary. The man sent to spy must now complete his mission without losing the woman he loves.
Because there’s one thing he’s learned about his sweet English rose. She’s got a backbone of steel and may never forgive him