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Friday, March 14, 2014

Feature and Giveaway: What Happens in Scotland + Summer is For Lovers by Jennifer McQuiston

She woke up married… And then she ran.

When recent widow Georgette Thorold wakes up in a Scottish inn with a wedding ring on her finger and lacking all memory of how she came to be there, she does what any well-bred lady with a modicum of sense and a distrust of marriage would do: she panics, clocks the wickedly handsome stranger in her bed over the head with a chamber pot, and runs.

James McKenzie, Esquire has either spent the evening protecting a very na├»ve, and—dare he say it—very drunk young lady from the advances of every disreputable character in the town of Moraig, or he has gone and married a pretty, scheming thief. Not that his own head is entirely clear on the matter, but when the woman in question repays his kindness with a knock on the head, the bill for her room, and the theft of his purse, an embarrassed James is determined to track her down and show her she picked the wrong solicitor to swindle.

As Georgette sets out to discover exactly what happened during her forgotten night, she uncovers a man that seems far more a hero than a rake. But when they finally meet, instead of sweeping her into his arms and kissing her senseless, he serves her with a summons, claiming she is a thief. Now the fight is on, and the only question is was it a night worth remembering? Or a mistake they would both rather forget?

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His heart is unavailable.

Luckily, her interest lies in the rest of him…

Though she was just a girl when they first met, Caroline Tolbertson’s infatuation with David Cameron remains undimmed.

Now fate has brought the handsome Scotsman back to Brighton for what promises to be an unforgettable summer. Soon, Caroline will have to choose a husband, but for now she is free to indulge her curiosity in things of a passionate nature.

That is, if David will agree to teach her.

Past mistakes have convinced David he’ll make a terrible husband, though he’ll gladly help the unconventional Caroline find a suitor. Unfortunately, she has something more scandalous in mind. As the contenders for her hand begin to line up, her future seems assured…provided David can do the honorable thing and let them have her.

When a spirited young woman is determined to break Society’s rules, all a gentleman can do is lend a hand…or more.

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Jennifer McQuiston is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Victoria-era historical romance, including What Happens in Scotland and Summer is for Lovers. The third book in her series, Moonlight on My Mind, will be released March 25, 2014. A veterinarian and infectious disease researcher by training, Jennifer has always preferred reading romance to scientific textbooks. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, two daughters (who got a pony out of mom’s book deal!), and a house full of pets.

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  • 1 copy of What Happens in Scotland + Summer Is For Lover & Pack of Mother Mae's Chocolate Chip Shortbread Mix

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  1. I loved your first book! Can't wait to read your new one. Congrats on your new release!

    1. Thank you so much! I am excited to have it finally hit the readersphere!

  2. I think I like historical heroes because they tend to have a little more respect for women, or at least that's how it seems.

    1. Or if they don't, the heroine quickly cures them of it...

  3. ooh, can't wait to read the new one. I love historical romance genre!

  4. I love historical heroes because most of them are rakes that are redeemed by their heroine. Also I love them because they are from a different time and place in history.

  5. Thank you so much for hosting me today!

  6. Thanks for the giveaway. Historical heroes are always alpha compared to contemporary heroes.

  7. I like Historical heroes, because they are always so manly. They love to take command of a situation and resolve it.

  8. Hi Jennifer! As you know, I have both books already, so I won't enter. I highly recommend them & can't wait for the new one! I love historical heroes because they seem to have more romantic dialogue. And the tight breeches! (or kilts! LOL!)

  9. Historical heroes are great because you can imagine anyone you want to :)

  10. Haven't read this genre so I am looking forward to getting the chance to

  11. Love the storyline Jennifer. I love this genre in reading. One of my Favorite heroes is definitely Jamie Fraser and then Roarke form In Death by JD Robb/Nora Roberts.
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