26 April 2009

Weekly Announcements - 26 Apr 09

Argh! Who's running this show? Sorry this is so late, everyone. Here goes...

Michelle Styles received two lovely reviews for IMPOVERISHES MISS, CONVENIENT WIFE. Cataromance said:
Michelle Styles is a must-read for readers who are bored to tears of reading hackneyed, cliched and highly unoriginal wallpaper historical romances. In Impoverished Miss, Convenient Wife, her writing is crisp and effortless, her evocation of Regency England superb, her characters believable and authentic, and her ability to tell an emotionally satisfying love story absolutely breathtaking.

IMPOVERISHED MISS, CONVENIENT WIFE is not your typical run-off-the-mill Regency, but a beautifully rendered tale of hope, sacrifice, tragedy and the everlasting power of love. 5 stars!
The Pink Heart Society said, "Michelle Styles' latest is a beautifully-told, wonderfully written and utterly absorbing historical Regency that I defy anyone to put down once they've read the first page. Imbued with so much style, emotion, humour, charm and intense romance, IMPOVERISHED MISS, CONVENIENT WIFE is outstanding historical romantic fiction at its best!"

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Danielle Thorne's unusual historical, THE PRIVATEER, has been released from Awe-Struck Books. Julius Bertrand secretly privateers for the British Crown. The former pirate thinks a wife will complete his masquerade, until a bounty is put on his head. Adventure, romance, and intrigue, are intertwined with Caribbean history circa 1729.

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Have a good day! If you have an announcement to make for next week, email Carrie. See you next week...

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