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Monday, February 2, 2015

Sealed With a Kiss Event with Anna Campell


ANNA CAMPBELL has written nine multi award-winning historical romances for Grand Central Publishing and Avon HarperCollins and her work is published in sixteen languages. Anna is currently engaged in writing the "Sons of Sin" series, which started in 2012 with SEVEN NIGHTS IN A ROGUE’S BED. Look out for A SCOUNDREL BY MOONLIGHT in April 2015. Anna lives on the beautiful east coast of Australia where she writes full-time.

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These letters are written while Cam Rothermere, the Duke of Sedgemoor, is away from his wife Penelope on a quest to save his friend (once enemy) the Marquess of Leath from a blackmailer, events described in my 28th April release, A SCOUNDREL BY MOONLIGHT. Cam and Pen have known each other all their lives and have taken a rocky path to happiness. Because Pen is in the late stages of pregnancy, she’s remained behind at the Rothermere family seat in Derbyshire while Cam goes adventuring outside London. I hope you enjoy this glimpse into their married life!


From Camden Rothermere, His Grace, the Duke of Sedgemoor, Maidenhead, Berkshire, 28th November 1828



From Penelope Rothermere, Her Grace, the Duchess of Sedgemoor, Fentonwyck, Derbyshire, 30th November 1828


Check out Cam and Penelope's love story in What a Duke Dares.


What woman in her right mind would say no to marrying the dashing Duke of Sedgemoor? Miss Penelope Thorne, that's who. She's known Camden Rothermere since they were children-and she also knows she'd bring nothing but scandal to his name.

Cam can hardly believe Penelope turned down his proposal. But if she wants to run off to the Continent and set the rumor mill ablaze, he can't stop her. Then her brother's dying request sends him to bring home the one woman he thought he'd finally gotten over.

The only way they'll both get back to London without their reputations in tatters is to pretend they're married during the journey. That means kissing like they mean it and even sharing a bed-until it becomes hard to tell where the game ends and true desire begins . . .

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 Check out what's up for grabs.

Up For Grabs:
  • 1 Signed copy of What a Duke Dares

To Enter: 
  • Please leave a comment or question for Anna.
  • Please leave your email address along with your comment.

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


Good Luck! 

Special thanks to Anna Campbell for sponsoring this giveaway.

93 comments :

  1. the letters are great, would love to read how they got to that point :)

    gamistress66 - at - aol - dot - com

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    1. Thanks, Gamistress! I always enjoy this Valentine's Day game on Dani's blog.

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  2. Oh these two are just to adorable!

    kp_kazamei (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Thanks so much, Ki. I sat down to write something mushy from Pen but she made me do the joshing post instead!

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    2. LoL Pen is still her usual self which we adore. And it's even more sweet that Cam loves it! <3

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    3. Ki, what a lovely way to put it. My aim when I put them together was to take two reasonably functioning people (neither's tortured although they have their baggage) and make them better when they were together than when they were apart. I think they each learned from the other as they fell in love.

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  3. Oh I love letters, they often say so mych more than just the lines written :D

    devapajo AT gmail DOT com

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    1. Thanks, Jo's Daughter! This is always such a fun blog to write every year.

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  4. Love these letters. This book was great and i love thr characters!

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    1. My email: maybe31 at yahoo dot com

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    2. Thanks, May. So glad you loved the book!

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  5. I enjoyed the letters. I really like the cover as well. I'm looking forward to reading this book soon :)
    lorih824 at yahoo dot com

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    1. Thanks, BD. Isn't that cover just luscious?

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  6. These letters are so fun to read. Thanks!

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  7. my favorite type of couple
    those too are too cute

    sammygirl362 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Awww, thanks, Sherelle. They were a fun pair to match up.

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  8. what fun! I love glimpses of a couples lives after they are married and especially when expecting!
    sallans d at yahoo dot com

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    1. Di, you might just find out what happens when Pen has the baby if you pick up A SCOUNDREL BY MOONLIGHT. Thanks for swinging by.

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  9. Thanks for the wonderful letters--can't wait to read the book!
    kennyshire(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Love the letters, eagerly awaiting the book!

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  11. The letters are terrific. I think the Duke sounds like a happy husband and his Duchess sounds pregnant. annettena at yahoo dot com

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    1. Ha, Annette, your answer made me laugh! Yes, Pen, is definitely suffering from hormone overload, isn't she? LOL! Thanks for saying you enjoyed them.

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  12. hehehe!!! I loved those letters!!! Thank you so much, Anna, for sharing those with us! How fun and romantic :) Congrats on the new release! I definitely want to read this book now!
    efender1(at)gmail

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    1. Thanks so much, Erin. Glad they gave you a laugh. My intention was to write two very romantic letters but Pen does love to tease Cam!

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  14. Love, love, love the letters! So looking forward to reading this one (& to have plenty of kleenex handy for very many letters like the ones above & I'LL be the watering pot!)!!!!

    greysrgreyt0798@yahoo.com

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    1. Dee, what a lovely comment. Thanks so much. I love those Regency sayings like watering pot. They're so vivid.

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  15. I loved the letters and can't wait to read the book. Thanks so much for the giveaway! Good luck everyone!

    kscathy AT yahoo DOT com

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  18. This sounds like a romantic story with some humor! Can't wait to read it! sharlenewegner@hotmail.com

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    1. Actually, Sharlene, that's a pretty good description of it. I loved writing the dialogue between these two. Thanks for swinging by.

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  19. Oooh, this "pretend" game that Cam and Penelope are playing at seems destined to become very real indeed. But I love the humorous romp they've gotten themselves into, which is destined to bring me hours of delicious entertainment! I can't believe I don't have this book of Anna's...maybe it's because it was before Christmas month...which always beggars me. :-) In any event, I'll throw my name into the hat for one of Anna's books...always! Thanks for the post. jdh2690@gmail.com

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    1. Janice, I hope you enjoy Duke when you lay your hands on him....uh, it! :-) Good luck! So glad you enjoyed the blog!

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  20. My comment is - I WANNA WIN IT! :D I adore your stuff!! hehehe
    email is terrygail@rocketmail.com

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    1. Terry, blatant flattery ALWAYS works! Thanks for playing and good luck!

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  21. What wonderful letters. Now I need the book so I can get to know them better.
    Lorimeehan1 at aol dot com

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    1. Thanks so much, Lori. Some characters really take up residence in a writer's heart - and these two definitely did.

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  22. This is one of my favorite events. I love this series and Camden was one of my favorites. I enjoyed the letter between Cam and Pen.

    sheryll1974@netscape.net

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    1. Thanks so much, Sheryl. I love this event too - and Dani's Christmas scene. I got the idea for my novella HER CHRISTMAS EARL from my piece on the Ramblings Christmas even in 2012.

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  23. Oh, Anna, that was wonderful! I love how real these two are with each other in their letters and I'm looking forward to reading their book. :-)

    Marcy Shuler
    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    1. Thanks so much, Marcy. I must say I got a laugh out of writing Pen's pregnancy-induced diatribe! I thought I'd write romance but she had something completely different to say when the time came.

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  24. Oh, what amazing letters. And that cover is to-die-for! Love love love it. :)

    brookeb811 at gmail dot com

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    1. Thanks so much, Brooke! Yeah, I just love that cover too. It's really luscious!

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  25. Thanks for the wonderful letters, Anna!! Don't enter me for the book. I've got a print copy and I love their story!

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    1. Thanks so much for swinging by, Glenda! So glad you like the letters. And thanks for picking up the book - delighted you loved it!

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  26. Hi, Anna! I love all of your books! Can't wait to read your new one!
    Lvsgund at gmail.com

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    1. Thanks, Molly. Did you see I'm giving away three on the website this month? http://annacampbell.info/contest.html

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  27. Can I say I love the letters! I need to go reread their story again as I forgot much about it. I do know that I can't wait for the next book to be release!
    paaj(_)xyooj(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Sandy, so glad you like the letters! It was actually quite hard not to give away too much of the plot! Hope you enjoy SCOUNDREL BY MOONLIGHT!

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  28. I loved these thank you.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  29. I loved the letters, especially Penelope;s - "Honestly, I could shoot you." Too funny.

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    1. Forgot this: Barbed1951 at aol dot com

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    2. Barb, so glad you liked Penelope's letter. It was meant to be mushy but that's what came out! Love that someone above said that she 'sounds pregnant'!

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  30. Nice letters

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  31. love the letters

    dholcomb1 (at) aol (dot) com

    Denise

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  32. The letters were great, sweet and funny.
    mce1011 AT aol DOT com

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    1. Thanks so much, Maureen! Glad you enjoyed them.

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  33. Aw,wondeful,wonderful letters,I enjoyed reading! :)
    bubacka07(at)outlook(dot)com

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    1. Thanks so much, Bube. Glad you liked them.

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  34. I really enjoyed reading the letters. How she loves to tease Cam. :)The cover is beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. Thanks, Carol. She really does LOVE to tease Cam! I think he secretly enjoys it too. :-) Thanks for checking them out.

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  35. Loved the letters!!..I've been reading you since you first started! Thank you for so many happy reading hours!!! made4books@yahoo.com

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    1. M4B, wow, since I started? That's fantastic. Thank you so much. And so glad you like the letters. It was fun revisiting Cam and Pen!

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  36. I enjoyed Cam and Penelope very much, and it was great to get this taste of their married life.

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    2. Thanks, Janie! It was fun for me to revisit them too.

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  37. I loved the letters!!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

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    1. Thanks so much, Natasha! I enjoyed writing them. Good luck!

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  38. So much to say in such small space! I wonder why we don't write letter any more? ;)

    annaoj (dot) mortes (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Thanks, Anna. I agree - letters mean so much more than emails, much as I love emails. But nobody writes them anymore. Got a couple at Christmas time and they're so treasured.

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  39. Hello, Anna! I look forward to reading your novel, loving the letters!

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  40. What a shame that people do not write letters like these any more. Just 45 years ago it was still done.It takes thought, sentiment, and care to express yourself so. I treasure the letters my husband and I exchanged so many years ago. Though no so ardent as those above, they are still a reminder and example of how we felt about each other and our plans for the future. In a way I am glad we were half a world apart and had no other way to communicate but through letters.

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    1. Pat, you're so right. When I was clearing out the house, I came across a lot of letters I'd written my parents over the years, including the ones I sent when I lived in England for two years. Such treasures. Nobody treasures emails the same way.

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  41. What a shame that people do not write letters like these any more. Just 45 years ago it was still done.It takes thought, sentiment, and care to express yourself so. I treasure the letters my husband and I exchanged so many years ago. Though no so ardent as those above, they are still a reminder and example of how we felt about each other and our plans for the future. In a way I am glad we were half a world apart and had no other way to communicate but through letters.
    Forgot to add my email address in the earlier post. library pat AT com cast DOT net

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  42. Love your books! Keep on writing!
    Lvsgund @ gmail.com

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    1. Thanks so much, Molly! Not long now till the new one A SCOUNDREL BY MOONLIGHT!

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  43. Thanks to Dani for hosting me and to everyone who swung by. What a fun Valentine's Day game!

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