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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Sealed With a Kiss Event with Julie Johnstone


Julie Johnstone is a USA Today best-selling author of Regency Romance, Victorian Romance, and Scottish Medieval Romance. She is also the author of a new urban fantasy/paranormal romance book. She's been a voracious reader of books since she was a young girl. Her mother would tell you that as a child Julie had a rich fantasy life made up of many different make believe friends. As an adult, Julie is one of the lucky few who can say she is living the dream by working with her passion of creating worlds from her imagination. When Julie is not writing she is chasing her two precocious children around, cooking, reading or exercising. Julie loves to hear from her readers. 

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A need to belong drives her. A longing to forget compels him. Fate may send them into each other’s arms, but only love can mend their hearts.


Check out Iain and Marion's love story in When a Laird Loves a Lady.


Thanks for getting to know me today! I’m giving away two ebook copies of When a Laird Loves a Lady (open international). All you need to do to enter is leave me a comment telling me how your Valentine’s Day was. Did you do anything fun?


An Outlander

Raised by a tyrannical father, Marion de Lacy yearns for the comfort of belonging to a loving family. So when her father announces her betrothal to an evil knight in exchange for his help to overthrow the king, she concocts a desperate scheme to avoid the marriage: feigning her own death and then fleeing England. But when her plan goes terribly awry and she’s captured by the knight, not even her careful preparations could ready her for the Scottish barbarian who rescues her and then informs her that he’s to marry her by edict of her king. Certain her father will defy the king’s orders and wed her to the knight if she refuses the Highlander’s hand, Marion agrees to marry the strangely compelling but obstinate laird of the MacLeod clan.

A Highlander

After the death of his beloved wife, Iain MacLeod has no desire to marry ever again. Yet when he finds himself obliged to do so to secure the freedom of his childhood friend and king, he reluctantly travels across England to collect his unwanted bride, expecting to find a cold Englishwoman. Instead, he discovers a fiery, bold beauty who is fiercely loyal, protective of those she loves, and defies him at every turn, challenging his certainty that his heart is dead.

Ensnared

Following a hasty marriage and perilous journey to Scotland, Marion harbors no illusions that her new husband loves her. Still, her heart cannot resist the noble, brave warrior, and she cannot suppress the hope that she has finally found where she belongs. However, the harder she tries to fit in with the clan and gain Iain’s love, the farther away her dreams drift. Iain is more than willing to give his respect to his courageous wife—her kisses and caresses even ignite his blood and demand his passion—but he refuses to give up his heart. That is, until enemies near and far threaten to take Marion from him. Now the demons that haunt him can only be conquered by surrendering body and soul to Marion, if only it’s not too late…

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Up For Grabs:
  • 2 eBook copies of When a Laird Loves a Lady

To Enter: 
  • How was your Valentine’s Day? Did you do anything fun?
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11 comments :

  1. Watched the Pride & Prejudice movie, ate too many chocolate & drank loads of tea. It was a good evening :)

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  2. My husband and I went out for dinner to a Mexican restaurant. Then we came home and worked on our old flooring we are ripping up (ceramic tile) so we can replace it with a wood floor.

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  3. I went out to eat with my husband and then went home and watched Notting Hill together.

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  4. Spent it with the grandkids and children. Lots of chocolate. I love this excerpt and letters.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. Did not do a thing. I am just getting over a case of flu. But, the love letter from Iain to Marion is enough to make me wish I were well!
    annettena at yahoo dot com

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  6. Hi Julie. It was wonderful getting to know you at the HRR this year :-) My Valentines day was quiet. I can't eat out right now because of health/diet issues so we stayed home...maybe next year will be dinner and a movie.

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  7. My husband works nights, so my daughter & I went to the gym! So romantic! LOL!

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  8. Sadly, we both had to work all day and he is working out of the state this week. We took a raincheck on Valentines day. ;-)

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  9. I don't celebrate Valentine's Day.

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  10. dinner at home with the family

    denise

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