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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Sealed With a Kiss Event - Emily Greenwood


Emily Greenwood worked for a number of years as a writer, crafting newsletters and fundraising brochures, but she far prefers writing playful love stories set in Regency England, and she thinks romance novels are the chocolate of literature. A Golden Heart finalist, she lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters.

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Hal Waverly, Viscount Roxham, known to the fashionable world as Lord Perfect, is a handsome charmer who loves to tease. He’s been away from his estate for years, but he’s recently returned—and discovered that his neighbor, Miss Lily Teagarden, has grown up to be a fascinating woman.

The serious Lily, whose mostly deeply cherished hope is to accomplish good works, was infatuated with Hal when she was an awkward teenager—but that’s all over now, and she’d never dream of wasting her time with such a frivolous rascal. Except, Hal can be very persuasive…




Check out Hal and Lily's love story in Gentlemen Prefer Mischief


When adversaries clash, mischief ignites passion...

If it hadn't been for the crazy rumors, Lily Teagarden would never have approached her neighbor, Hal, Viscount Roxham--the careless rogue who broke her fledgling heart. But strange noises and lights on his property are causing serious problems for her, and she needs his help.

Trouble is oh-so-diverting for Viscount Roxham, and what could be more amusing than investigating what's plaguing his prim, beautiful neighbor--haunted sheep, of all things. Every time he seems to make progress, though, she throws mischief in his path, and his attraction to her is becoming extremely distracting. Too bad Lily's the only woman in England who doesn't think he's Lord Perfect.

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Check out the Mischief series:
 


 Check out what's up for grabs.

Up For Grabs:
  • 1 copy of Gentlemen Prefer Mischief

To Enter: 
  • Please leave a comment or question for Emily.
  • US/Canada shipping ONLY.
  • Please fill out the Rafflecopter form to enter.

**Don't forget to enter the grand prize giveaway!


Good Luck! 

Special thanks to Emily Greenwood for sponsoring this giveaway.
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51 comments :

  1. I love the sound of this! Love the letters (and the telling cross-outs!) Can't wait to read it!

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  2. Loved the letters! Poor Emily! He does have her all turned around. Look forward to reading their story. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway opportunity.

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    1. I meant poor Lily. Sorry Emily!

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    2. You gave me a chuckle :-) Thanks for stopping by, Sophia.

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  3. Just by the titles I can tell there is humor in these books and the letters provide more evidence!

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    1. I do love a story with some humor in it!

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  4. Adorable! I loved how the letters are both sweet and sexy! *sigh*

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  5. I love the letters, so sweet and lovely. This book sounds like a great read, who doesn't love a little mischief?

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  6. This sounds like a wonderful story

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  7. Gentlemen Prefer Mischief sounds wonderful. Please enter me in contest. Thank you for the opportunity to win.Have a wonderful week.

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  8. those love letters make me want more!

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  9. The love letters! So sweet! These days, people need to write them again...it's not as romantic anymore with the texts and such

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    1. Sandy, I agree. And there's something about the paper and pen thing, maybe something that feels more private and intimate.

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  10. Loved the letters and this series sounds wonderful. I'm looking forward to reading all the books in the series.

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  11. Emily, I'm so glad I've been introduced to you on this blog. I absolutely adore Regency romances and if the hero and heroine are mischievous, so much the better! Thanks for participating in this blog tour so that I could "meet" you. Thanks for the post! jdh2690@gmail.com

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    1. Janice, glad you stopped by. I think the Regency era is perfect for mischief :-)

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  12. Such great letters. :) Thank you!

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  13. The letters were great. I can't wait to read more about these charming characters.

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  14. I've already got Gentleman Prefer Mischief -- so I'm not entering the contest. It's still on my tbr, but reading your excerpts here makes me want to bump it up.

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  15. Thanks for the post. Loved it. I am interested in knowing how you pick the covers. I really love this book cover.

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    1. Thanks! My publisher, Sourcebooks, comes up with the covers, but they do ask for input regarding the characters, and scenes or props that might be good to feature. I think they do a great job!

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  16. I love Hal's letter. This idea of letter writing between characters is wonderful. I am glad you participated.

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    1. I loved the "love letters" idea too, and I'm excited to be included in this event.

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  17. Another new-to-me author writing stories in my favorite genre! Loved the love letters and looking forward to more. Off to put your books on my books-to-buy list!

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    1. I never tire of the Regency, and it's so fun to connect with others who love it too. Thanks for stopping by, Karen.

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  18. I love these letters! I can't wait to read this book!

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  19. I loved the letters. Now I have added this to my TBR list. Thanks

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  20. What fun titles. I guess you must like a little mischief? ;)

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  21. I loved A Little Night Mischief and am so happy to see another book available from Emily!!

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  22. Your books have some lovely covers.

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  23. awww... This sounds sweet and fantastic! Thanks for sharing ;)

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  24. This sounds fantastic!! And those covers match very well.

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  25. I really enjoy historical romances. Loved getting to read these letters.

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  26. I loved reading their letters. Sounds like a wonderful story I'm going to enjoy reading. You are a new Author for me Emily and I'm glad I met you here. I'm putting the Mischief series on my TRL.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  27. I love the letters, especially all of Lily's edits.

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  28. Interesting cross-outs

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  29. Live the mischief makers!
    Lvsgund at gmail dot com

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  30. Great letters!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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