Thursday, February 14, 2013

Happy Valentine's Day! #giveaway, plus BOGO free!




Today is the day for romance.  If you enjoy your romance in shorter bites, check out my three novelettes from MuseItUp Publishing.  Leave a comment with your contact information, and you might win a copy of your choice of one of these three books (random drawing).  Just tell me what is your favorite thing about Valentine's Day.

LET'S MAKE THIS DEAL EVEN SWEETER!  FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, IF YOU PURCHASE MIRROR, MIRROR, YOU WILL RECEIVE LADY-IN-WAITING FOR FREE!  JUST GO TO MUSEITUP PUBLISHING FOR DETAILS.







MIRROR, MIRROR BLURB:

Lindsey Baker is intrigued by everything about the middle ages, but when she purchases an antique mirror and a costume to attend a Renaissance Faire, she suddenly finds herself transported back in time.  There she finds she’s been called by a witch to right a terrible wrong.  

Graham loves Prudence, but he can’t marry her because he’s landed gentry, and she is only the baker’s daughter.  Before Lindsey can return to her own time, she must convince Graham to marry against his father’s wishes.  Unfortunately, she also finds herself falling for the handsome gentleman.

Can she find her way back to her own time, or will she be stuck in a time when women had no rights?













LADY IN WAITING BLURB:

Mabriona is cousin to the beautiful and spoiled Princess Alana.  When Alana is forced to marry a man she despises, Mabriona is torn between her loyalty to her cousin and her attraction to the handsome Prince Blayne.

Tragedy befalls the cousins on the way to Prince Blayne’s castle.  Servants, believing Mabriona to be Alana, refuse to listen when she tries to explain.

While she waits for Blayne to recover, Mabriona meets his equally handsome younger brother, Madoc, a bard.

When Blayne awakes, will Mabriona choose life with a future king, will she be sent home in disgrace because of her inadvertent lies, or will Madoc win her love with his poetry?






LOVE DELIVERY BLURB:

Cats and a villainous ex-wife?  What more could the delivery man bring to the new love in his life?

Ann works as a waitress in a donut shop.  She’s happy with her single life and her cat, Mittens, but she finds herself interested in the handsome man, Tom, who makes deliveries to the shop.  Tom is also attracted to Ann, but unfortunately, Tom comes with some baggage including five cats, Maria, his vicious ex-wife, and Maria’s adorable daughter he calls Kitten.  

When Maria, a newly hired waitress in the donut shop, learns Ann and Tom are beginning a relationship, she does everything she can to tear them apart.  Ann starts to have doubts about her budding romance, but Tom is determined to make it work, despite Maria’s interference.  Will Ann and Tom’s love prevail, or will the evil ex-wife win in the end?  Love Delivery delivers a sweet romance, which will bring tears to your eyes but a smile to your lips.


10 comments:

  1. My favorite thing about Valentine's Day is the memory of my elopement. We were young and in love and wore blue, I carried yellow roses and a bible and we were married in a small 100 year old church. My hubby arranged it with the minister. The pastor was awesome and did the ceremony again the day we did it in front of family and friends, the day after I graduated from college.
    HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
    yolandarenee(at)hotmail(dot)come

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  2. Yolanda, thank you for sharing your wonderful story.

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  3. Not a very romantic story, but my favorite thing about Valentine's Day is I no longer work in a flower shop! Valentine's Day is crazy busy and dangerous cleaning the thorns off all those rose stems. We had the flower shop for 20 Valentine days...but I remember the first the best. After the last flower was delivered and the last flowering plant picked up, we dragged ourselves off for a late dinner at Cooper's Inn on a pretty lake near us. We talked and talked and relived almost every moment of the day. Very special accomplishment getting through the rush since we had just bought the place Jan. 1..Only 6 weeks in business...whew...Hope ya'all make some good Valentine memories too.

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  4. Hi Janet, thanks for sharing. Sounds like your day turned romantic after all with a nice dinner at Cooper's Inn!

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  5. Great post Penny! Folks I have read Mirror Mirror and it is wonderful! Your new book sounds fabulous also.

    Penny Estelle
    pennyestelle@yahoo.com

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  6. Hi Penny, thanks for stopping by and for letting everyone know you enjoyed Mirror, Mirror! I appreciate your kind words

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  7. Chocolate of course:)! Moonstruck, Lindor, dark chocolate, milk chocolate:) You name it ~

    Cheers, Sara

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  8. Hi Sara, somehow I knew Moonstruck chocolate would be on your Valentine list :-)

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  9. Janet, congratulations! I put the names in a hat, and you are my lucky winner. I will be contacting you by email so you can claim your prize. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and left a comment.

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