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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Book Bundle Feature: Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen and Giveaway

It's Sunday so that means another week has passed here at the blog. I hope you guys are enjoying all of the posts. This week I had the only struggle trying to decide what book to giveaway for the book bundle giveaway. Seriously, I've debated about what book to giveaway all week. I had a list of about six different books. There are so many that I LOVE but I finally decided to give out Lord and Lady Spy by Shana Galen. This was the first book I ever read by Shana Galen and it was definitely my favorite book I read last year. It blew my mind and I can't wait to share it all with you.


Meet Lord and Lady Smythe, England's preeminent spies. Their identities are guarded even from each other. After years of secrets and lies, their marriage is little more than a crumbling fa├žade. But even love isn't as important as The Mission—to defeat Napoleon Bonaparte.

But what happens when the mission is complete?

Meet Lord and Lady Smythe, out of work spies. Lady Sophia Smythe will scream if she has to attend another tea party. Lord Adrian Smythe will hit someone if he's forced to while away another evening in Parliament. What are secret agents to do when the war is over?

There's one chance left to get back into the game. The prime minister needs a murder investigated. The problem? Two spies. One position.

All's fair in love and war.

Click here for an excerpt.
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Now that I've shared my favorite historical book, what are some of your favorites? Is there any specific book that I just have to read? Please share below. 

Want to win a copy of this book? To enter to win a copy of this book (along with the 3 other books I'll be giving away(US ONLY)) please leave a comment answering the question asked above and then click on the picture above and fill out the Rafflecopter form.

**Don't forget to stop by Romancing Rakes For The Love of Romance to see what 2 books they will be giving away.

26 comments :

  1. Some must read historical are Elizabeth Hoyt's LEGEND OF THE FOUR SOLDIERS series.
    And Alexandra Hawkins Lords of Vice series :)

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  2. I just finished An Heir of Deception by Beverley Kendall. It was a great book. I gave it a 5 star on Goodreads.

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  3. I am currently reading Vicky Dreiling's How to Ravish a Rake and I'm really liking it. I know you featured her on your blog recently so folks should check it out.

    bas1chsemail at gmail dot com

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  4. I like a lot of Mary Balough's books

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  5. I pretty much would recommend any of the books by Joanna Bourne, Elizabeth Hoyt or most anything by Loretta Chase :D

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  6. I love Delilah Marvelle's books. She is just so irreverent and funny. I also like Deeanne Gist's books (recently read A Bride in the Bargain).

    AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

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  7. And another book to add to my list.

    I love most of Lisa Kleypas's historical books. My current favorite historical author is Anne Gracie. Especially His Captive Lady.

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  8. Historical books that I recommend: Outlander is a MUST if you like highlanders, THe Rake and the Recluse by Jenn LeBlanc, anything by Lisa Kleypas or Julia Quinn, and a newer author who I am really enjoying is Grace Burrowes... there are so many amazing books out there. Thanks so much for the contest! Book Savvy Babe
    booksavvybabe at gmail dot com

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  9. I love Vicky Dreiling, Mary Balough, Mary Jo Putney and Beverly Kendall.

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  10. I love the Desperate Duchesses series by Eloisa James, and any of the Drakon series by Shana Abe (I read The Smoke Thief & was totally hooked!)

    Thanks for another amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  11. I love Shana Galen. Just finished her Sons of the Revolution trilogy but didn't get to read this one. I mentioned this before but it was a really good read. A Courtesan's Guide To Getting Your Man by Celeste Bradeley and Susan Donovan.I like Jennifer Haymore's books.
    Carol L
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  12. I have recently read THE SEDUCTION OF PHAETON BLACK by Jillian Stone. He is a paranormal investigator working for Scotland yard during the time of Jack the Ripper. It a different sort of historical romance for me. But one that I thoroughly enjoyed. I am looking forward to her next book in this series.

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  13. I'm currently loving the Spindle Cove series by Tessa Dare. Very witty, with great heros and heroines.

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  14. I really like Lorraine Heath's historical works. You should definitely read Waking Up With the Duke... LOVED that story!!!

    yadkny@hotmail.com

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  15. What a great choice for your giveaway! I love Shana and once you've read the first sentence or two you don't want to put it down until you've finished it!

    My recent favorites were Between the Duke by Sophia Nash, The Secret Desires of a Governess by Tiffany Clare and new debut author Heather Snow's Sweet Enemy (which if you haven't read yet is one of the best books I've read by a debut author!).

    Each of these authors will definately make you feel like you are in the same room as their characters AND listening on their conversations! Be prepared to be captivated!

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  16. My favorite is The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova because it's a vampire story blending history and folklore.

    Kelli
    krolvaag@gmail.com

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  17. I would say you have to read What I Did for a Duke by Julie Anne Long or ang of Sherry Thomas' historicals.

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  18. I Have So Many It Hard To Choose Just One.

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  19. I especially like Lisa Kleypas and Sabrina Jeffries' historicals.

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  20. I love historical romances, so I have many favorites. Lisa Kleypas'DREAMING OF YOU, Julie Garwood's RANSOM, Julia Quinn's THE VISCOUNT WHO LOVED ME, Sherry Thomas' DELICIOUS, and so many more.
    castings at mindspring dot com

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  21. I also loved Lord and Lady Spy, got me hooked on Shana Galen. Did you read The Rogue Pirate's Bride by her? Another great one (though Lord and Lady Spy was a little better).

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  22. I really enjoyed Their Lady Gloriana by Starla Kaye, also anything by Lisa Kleypas, Grace Burrowes and Vicky Dreiling.

    e.balinski(at)att(dot)net

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  23. Romance the Countess by Ashley March was a wonderful book. I love everything by Lisa Kleypas for sweeping romance. I love Sandra Hill for Viking humor. jepebATverizonDOTnet

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  24. I love Shana's books. She's one of my fav HR writers.

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  25. I love Shana's Lord & Lady book. Some of my other favorite historical are: Johanna Lindsey's Malory series, Julia Quinn's Bridgerton series, Lisa Kleypas, and Kat Martin.
    Thanks for the great giveaway.
    christinebails@yahoo.com

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  26. I do love a good historical romance. I love Diana Gabaldon and Marsha Canham. Great stories.
    Mel
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

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