Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Darkest Summer by Rebecca J. Greenwood: On Sale Now!

The Darkest Summer

Sale info and dates:
The ebook will be on sale for $0.99 from November 14 through November 21, 2017 on
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Ibooks.

Longer blurb:
In this riveting retelling of the classic myth of Hades and Persephone, Lady Cora Winfield is captivated when she first meets Adam Douglas, Duke of Blackdale. Despite their attraction, Cora’s mother refuses to allow the duke to marry her. Taking matters into his own hands, the duke abducts his chosen bride and Cora is swept into the adventure of her lifetime. Amidst danger and thrilling uncertainty, Cora must face the reality that she is falling in love with her captor.


He stepped away and said, “Duke, may I introduce Lady Cora Winfield?”
She glanced at Eastham’s face. He had turned watchful, the teasing gone. Cora had no idea what her face showed. Panic? She swallowed and schooled her features.
“Lady Cora, may I introduce Adam Douglas, the Duke of Blackdale?”
She curtseyed and the duke bowed, his gaze not leaving her face. “It is a pleasure to meet you, Lady Cora.”
His voice almost caused her to wobble. It was deep and rich—a beautiful voice. “Likewise,” she said. It came out breathy, barely audible.

Prequel Novella:
The Darkest Hour takes place a year before, and can be downloaded for free on Instafreebie in exchange for joining the author’s mailing list.
Short blurb: “Lady Hester is determined to keep her brother alive, and to keep her greatest secret: she’s been in love with her widowed minister, Mr. Gilchrist, for years. An inspirational Regency romance novella."

Author Bio:
Rebecca J. Greenwood is an author, artist, and designer with a love of stories, especially Regency romances. She grew up in Texas as the oldest of six, and studied visual art with a music minor at Brigham Young University. Rebecca lives in Utah with her husband, where she listens to audiobooks, cooks experimentally, has an interest in alternative health, and constantly has a new project in mind. Visit rebeccajgreenwood.com to experience more of her art, writing, and upcoming projects.

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1 comment:

  1. Rebecca, I love your charity and that you are concentrating on something local. I imagine those fleece lined hats are very welcome in Michigan winters!