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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Sealed with a Kiss Event with 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.


Elizabeth Tarryton broke Tommy Halifax’s heart when she was seventeen and the scan-dal of the London Season. But now that she’s older and has found a purpose for her life, she’s completely respectable—or is she?

In the six years they’ve been apart, Tommy has lived a life of adventure in India, and when he returns to England for a brief stay, he places no faith in the idea that Eliza has changed. But after an unexpected encounter on an absolutely outrageous night, the two of them wind up in a marriage neither of them wants. Hoping to avoid the prying eyes of socie-ty, the acrimonious newlyweds leave town for Tommy’s newly purchased but extremely dis-reputable estate by the sea. There, they intend to play out the clock until Tommy returns to India. But the close quarters are making them remember how much they once liked each oth-er...and making them wonder how much more they might want to discover.



Check out Eliza and Tommy's love story in How to Handle a Scandal.


They thought the debutante was scandalous

Miss Elizabeth Tarryton was the toast of the London season the year she was seventeen and spurned young Tommy Halifax. A careless flirt who didn’t know what she wanted, she was startled into laughter by his public proposal of marriage. Furious and heartbroken, Tommy promptly left home for a life of adventure in India.

If they only knew about the widow

Six years later, Elizabeth has much to make up for, but the methods she chooses for doing good are as shocking as her earlier wanton behavior–should the ton ever find out. Tommy returns to England a hero, and he has no intention of allowing himself to be hurt by a woman ever again, but he’s fascinated nonetheless by Elizabeth, now a widow and more alluring than ever.

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  • 1 Print copy of How to Handle a Scandal 

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40 comments :

  1. Swashbuckling? LOL I want to know where that came from.

    But oh these letters are so heart wrenching. Tommy you fool, and yet Eliza you stubborn girl.

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    1. Ki Pha, thanks for reading. Tommy and Eliza do have quite a few things to get right before they get their happily ever after :-)

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  2. Do you remember when you first started reading or becoming interested in Regency novels?

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    1. I do, Meredith. I had loved Jane Austen's novels since I was a teen, but I didn't know about Regency romance novels until about a dozen years ago, when I discovered Mary Jo Putney and Mary Balogh. I was hooked!

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  3. Hi Emily you're a new author to me so I just have a question for you.
    What do you do when you're faced with challenges and feeling down in the writing world?

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    1. Hi Natasha. Do you mean persevering with writing when things are not going well? It can be hard to be creative at such times. Some things I do: make myself write to a daily goal of 1,000 words, even if they're terrible; complain to a fellow writer; eat chocolate. Also, I enjoy being an author more if I don't look at reviews :-)

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  4. Such a tease leaving us hanging...will they...won't they...????

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  5. Do you have to do a lot of research for each book? Thanks for those great letters.

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    1. Joanne, it depends on what pops up while I'm writing, but I wouldn't say it's a huge amount of research.

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  6. No I need to know - did she or didn't she??? Definitely going on my TBR list!!!

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  7. Love these letters! It sounds like they are going to have great chemistry!

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  8. I love this cover. How much control do you have with cover options? Lisagk at yah

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    1. Thanks. I don't have a lot of specific input on the covers, but I'm very happy with what my publisher comes up with.

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  9. This sounds like a wonderful read! I love seeing two people at odds end up together.

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  10. Happy Valentine's Day, Emily. I adore Historical romance and would love to read SCANDAL. It's the perfect VD's gift. The cover is so romantic. I really hope I win. Thanks.

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    1. Happy Valentine's Day to you, too. It's one of my favorite holidays :-)

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  11. I always enjoy reading romances where there is a prior history between the characters.

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  12. Another book to add to my TBR list. :)

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  13. Love these letters! Even though I know they end up with an HEA, they letters have me wondering how they work it out! THANKS!

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  14. teenagers often make mistakes - it's nice to see when they've learned from them.

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    1. I agree. Readers first meet Eliza in my novel The Beautiful One, and she makes quite a few mistakes in that story as well. But she definitely grows up in How to Handle a Scandal.

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  15. I love this Sealed With a Kiss event and the letters going back and forth. I'm also thrilled that Emily's got another new story out! Goody for me...

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment, Janice :-)

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  16. Wonderful letters. Emily you are a new Author for me and I'm so glad to meet you. I'm putting this on my TRL. Thank you for the giveaway chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  17. Wonderful letters. Emily you are a new Author for me and I'm so glad to meet you. I'm putting this on my TRL. Thank you for the giveaway chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  18. I'm loving the love letters. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  19. Love the Cover......definitely added to my TBR list.

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  20. Ohh I do love a saucy reply:) . What is the strangest thing you have ever had to research?

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    1. Probably aphrodisiacs, for Mischief by Moonlight, a book in my last series. There have been some weird ones...

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  21. If they'd only be honest with each other. Hope they wake up and grab on to the happiness that's in their grasp!

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  22. Sounds like a great story! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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  23. I love the sound of this story so I've put it on my wish list.

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  24. Wonderful letters. Six years can make such a difference when growing up!

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