Friday, June 27, 2014

Blog Tour & Contest! Forever Hold His Peace @pridepromo @R_Cohen_writes #bookcontest

Join me in welcoming Rebecca Cohen to my little blip on the internet for her blog tour: Forever Hold His Peace: The Crofton Chronicles: Book Three

About Rebecca Cohen: Rebecca Cohen is a Brit abroad. Having swapped the Thames for the Rhine, she has left London behind and now lives with her husband and baby son in Basel, Switzerland. She can often be found with a pen in one hand and a cup of Darjeeling in the other.

Find Rebecca here:

Sebastian Hewel has never been happier. But his life playing the role of his twin sister Bronwyn, the wife of Anthony Redbourn, Earl of Crofton, is about to change. Rumors abound that Bronwyn is using witchcraft to enthrall her husband, and false evidence has been found. Practicing witchcraft is a crime that could have Bronwyn brought in for questioning by the sheriff, and that would reveal Sebastian and Anthony’s secret.

Together they must decide whether it is time to lay Bronwyn to rest. Anthony intends to ensure that whoever implicated Bronwyn pays for the treacherous deed. Whatever happens, Sebastian and Anthony must prepare to face an unknown future together.

Anthony sat astride him, grabbed his wrists, and held Sebastian’s arms above his head. “Not bad.”

“I thought I had you that time.”

“Oh, you’re a long way from being able to catch me in these woods, Sebastian. I’ve been causing mayhem in here since I was a boy.”

Sebastian tried to wriggle out of Anthony’s grasp. “Well played, my lord. Now may I be so bold as to ask you to let me get up?”

“And if I were to do that, how would I claim my prize?”

Sebastian struggled again but not with any real effort, and from Anthony’s wolfish smile, he could see his lover knew he was not really trying to escape. “But surely getting the better of me is good enough? There cannot be many men of your age who could claim they have beaten a man of mine.”

“I’ll give you ‘man of my age,’ you insolent whelp!”

I'm a regency any book that has the term of endearment "insolent whelp" is my cup of tea—lol—and you can find it here:

Tour Dates: June 23 – July 7
Tour Stops:
June 27: Havan Fellows, Kimi-Chan, LeAnn’s Book Reviews
July 3: Elisa Rolle
July 4: The Hat Party

Did you know that Rafflecopter practically means "Enter me and win in all kinds of giveaways"...honest—it's even written somewhere (like here...lmao)

Again...thank you Pride Promotions for such a terrific book suggestion...and I promise never to call you an insolent whelp *winks*

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