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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Sealed With a Kiss Event with Anna Campbell


Australian Anna Campbell has written ten multi award-winning historical romances for Grand Central Publishing and Avon HarperCollins, and her work is published in 18 languages. Anna is currently finishing her second trilogy of Dashing Widows novellas (Pursuing Lord Pascal, Charming Sir Charles, and Catching Captain Nash).  Her website is www.annacampbell.com

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One of the fun things about writing a romance is putting characters together who on the surface have absolutely nothing in common, but who at a soul-deep level are the perfect match. Meet Amy, Lady Mowbray, and Gervaise Dacre, Earl Pascal. Amy is a famous expert on diseases in beef cattle, a woman convinced she’ll never ‘take’ in London because she’s quirky and practical and only interested in farming. Pascal is the king of society and has long been acknowledged as London’s handsomest man. But when these two meet, the attraction is immediate, even if it takes Amy a while to accept that this gorgeous creature is falling for her prosaic self. The path of true love may not be smooth, but eventually it reaches the altar of St. George’s in Hanover Square - the opening scene of Charming Sir Charles, the next book in my Dashing Widows series (out 27th February), opens with their wedding. These letters date from the weeks before the wedding, when Amy has returned to her estate to make arrangements for her absence on her honeymoon.


Warrington Park, Leicestershire 
Friday, 10th April 1829

Pascal House, Fitzroy Square, London 
Sunday 12th April 1829

Check out Amy and Gervaise's love story in Pursuing Lord Pascal.




Golden Days…

Famous for her agricultural innovations, Amy, Lady Mowbray has never had a romantical thought in her life. Well, apart from her short-lived crush on London’s handsomest man, Lord Pascal, when she was a brainless 14-year-old. She even chose her late husband because he owned the best herd of beef cattle in England!

But fate steps in and waltzes this practical widow out of her rustic retreat into the glamour of the London season. When Pascal pursues her, all her adolescent fantasies come true. And those fantasies turn disturbingly adult when grown-up desire enters the equation. Amy plunges headlong into a reckless affair that promises pleasure beyond her wildest dreams – until she discovers that this glittering world hides damaging secrets and painful revelations set to break a country girl’s tender heart.

All that glitters…

Gervaise Dacre, Lord Pascal needs to marry money to rescue his estate, devastated after a violent storm. He’s never much liked his reputation as London’s handsomest man, but it certainly comes in handy when the time arrives to seek a rich bride. Unfortunately, the current crop of debutantes bores him silly, and he finds himself praying for a sensible woman with a generous dowry.

When he meets Dashing Widow Amy Mowbray, it seems all his prayers have been answered. But his mercenary quest becomes dangerously complicated when he finds himself in thrall to the lovely widow. Soon he’s much more interested in passion than in pounds, shillings and pence. What happens if Amy discovers the sordid truth behind his whirlwind courtship? And if she does, will she see beyond his original, selfish motives to the ardent love that lies unspoken in his sinful heart?

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Up For Grabs:
  • 3 Kindle copies of Pursuing Lord Pascal

To Enter: 
  • Please leave a comment along with your email address.

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


Good Luck! 

Special thanks to Anna Campbell for sponsoring this giveaway.

56 comments :

  1. I'm always up for reading Anna Campbell!

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  2. Great love story! Can't wait to read it. :)

    maybe31 at yahoo.com

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  3. I love reading Anna's books! I loved the letters.
    sheryll1974@netscape.net

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    1. Thanks so much, Sheryl. This is always a fun blog to do every year.

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  4. Thanks for the chance!

    angelaDOTguilhermeATGmailDOTcom

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    1. Thanks, Sharlene. They were fun to write!

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  6. Nice post! I enjoyed the excerpt.
    lorih824(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. Thanks, Lori! Glad you enjoyed the letters.

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  7. I have read books by Anna and have throughly enjoyed them.
    whistleinthewind74(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  8. I hadn't heard of it before but I love the description of this book! A practical farming widow who specializes in beef cattle? Yes, please.
    jen(at)delux(dot)com

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    1. Jen, Amy was a really fun character to write!

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  9. I very much enjoy stories in which love and financial need are NOT mutually exclusive.

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  10. Thanks for the letters & giveaway.

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  11. I always love Anna's books!!! Thanks for this!

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  12. I'm enjoying all the love letters ❤ thanks for the great giveaway!

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    1. Kris, this is always such a fun event. Thanks for playing.

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  13. I'm enjoying all the love letters ❤ thanks for the great giveaway!

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    1. Thanks so much for saying you enjoyed them, Denise!

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  15. I loved the letters and the description of Pursuing Lord Pascal. :D
    Barbed1951 at aol dot com

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  16. I love that the heroine cares more for her land and animals than gowns and balls.

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    1. Teresa, she was a really fun heroine to write - a little bit of a Regency maverick.

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  17. A female cattle herder...that's a new one! Love it! Thanks for the chance. suegaluska@yahoo.com

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    1. Thanks, Sue. It was nice doing such an unusual heroine.

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  18. I love the letters and love that she is so very independent. cdrocdoc@me.com

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    1. Tina, she was such a strong character - I loved writing her.

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  19. Love these letters, Anna! I've already got Pursuing Lord Pascal on my Kindle, so I'm not entering. Thanks for another glimpse into the relationship!

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    1. Thanks for picking up PLP, Glenda. Hope you enjoy him. Glad you enjoyed the letters!

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  20. I love their letters to each other. They sound like a wonderful couple. jmcgaugh (at) semo (dot) edu

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    1. Thanks so much. It was fun playing off their different personalities!

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  21. I have all your books so far. It was nice to meet you in Spokane!

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    1. Linda, so sad I'll miss it this year. I had an absolute ball. Thanks so much for picking up the books - that's fantastic! Good luck!

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  22. Can't wait to read Amy and Gervaise's love story in Pursuing Lord Pascal. you are a new to me author. thanks for the giveaway.
    sparkle40175 AT hotmail DOT com

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    1. Nova, lovely to meet you. So glad you like the sound of Amy and Pascal!

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  23. I would love a chance to win. You're novellas are lovely pick-me-ups. Thanks for including the cute letters--it is such a shame people rarely write notes like this anymore. Texting is nice, but not quite as romantic :)
    rebecca.smartis@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Rebecca! Thanks so much for swinging by. I'm so glad you're enjoying the novellas. I so agree about modern technology missing that extra special stuff when it comes to communicating with your nearest and dearest.

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  24. Thanks so much to Dani for hosting this great event and to everyone who swung by. Hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's Day! Good luck in the prize draw!

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  25. Your amazing as always! Thanks for the opportunity!
    Anisa1malek@gmail.com

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  26. Anisa, thanks so much for swinging by - and for saying nice things!

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  27. Love your work. Your one of my favorite Authors.

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  28. looks interesting

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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