Tuesday 14 February 2012

Happy Valentines! Come share the Romance!

Happy Valentine's Day! Please come share the romance - tell us if you are doing anything romantic today and please feel free to add your romantic reads to the comments section below.

Tell us about your books and stories! If you have any offers or Giveaways for Valentines, please feel free to add those in the comments section, too!


Barbara Elsborg said...

If you like romantic comedies, you might like my story - Digging Deeper. It's set in Yorkshire and revolves around an archaeological dig. It's the funniest thing I've written and my very first romance!
On offer for 98p on Amazon.


Archaeologist Beck isn’t expecting much to come out of this summer’s dig. While his colleague spends the summer in Italy, Beck draws the short straw supervising a group of archaeology students excavating on the grounds of Hartington Hall in Yorkshire. Little does Beck realize when he saves a redhead from the attentions of an amorous ram, that this accident-prone female will throw his ordered life into chaos.

The last thing Flick needs in her life is a digger, because some secrets are meant to stay buried. Very deep. But Beck is irresistible. She’d love to get him into bed, though after the incident at the swimming pool, the collapsing wall, the snake bite and the unexploded bomb—a hospital bed looks more likely. As their relationship lurches from one disaster to another, Beck has to delve deep to get to the bottom of this irrepressible redhead.

One thing is clear—you never know quite what you’re going to find when you start digging.

Lindsay Townsend said...

Happy Valentines!
If you like ancient world romances, why not try my 'Flavia's Secret,' set in Romance Britain and only 99c from Bookstrand?

Of you could try my Dartmoor-set romantic suspense, 'Chasing Rachel,' also for sale from Bookstrand.

If you like Beauty and the Beast and medieval knights, you will probably love my 'The Snow Bride'

You can see details of these novels at the Bookstrand author page here:


And if you like medieval knights, and historical romance, please consider mine. You can see them all at my mine blog here:

Happy Reading!

Lindsay Townsend

Linda Acaster said...

I have a Mediaeval Romance set on the wild borderlands between England and Wales - 'Hostage of the Heart'.

When their outlying estate is overrun the Lady Dena is taken as a battle hostage. But her kin refuse to pay the ransom, leaving her in the hands of an embittered knight shielding dark secrets of his own. Can she trust no one's integrity?

Nook, iPad, Kobo:
Audio download:

Drop by http://lindaacaster.blogspot.com for more information

Paula Martin said...

'His Leading Lady' is a contemporary romance set in London's West End theatre world (with a weekend in Scotland too).

'Fragrance of Violets' is set mainly in England's beautiful Lake District. I've given the village a different name but I'm sure anyone familiar with the area will be able to recognise it!

Both are available from Whiskey Creek Press or from Amazon.

Josie Dennis said...

My husband has been working out of state but he'll be home on February 16. A little bit of a delay in our Valentine's but that's okay!

Norrington Abbey, Classics Rekindled 6, is now available from Siren-Bookstrand. Happily-Ever-After times three in my menage stories inspired by the classic romances we love!

Jo Beverley said...

Probably only available on line in the UK, but A Scandalous Countess is out now. It's a historical romance set in 1765 in aristocratic London.

You can try before you buy here.

Happy Valentine's Day,


Jillian said...


My new romantic Suspense novel is called Sebastian's Salvation and takes place in London. He's a painter of nude portraits who is being pursued both by a stalker and the daughter of an earl.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine's Day.

Kelley Heckart said...

Lindsay, Thanks for opening up your blog today.

I write Historical fantasy romance. My latest books are a trilogy set in Dark Age Scotland. The series revolves around an Irish clan, two Irish goddesses and an ancient Celtic curse.
Cat's Curse, Beltaine's Song and Winter's Requiem are available in Print and Ebook. Buy links, excerpts and reviews:

Hywela Lyn said...

Happy Valentine's Day everyone!

I'm Welsh and rural Wales inspired the settings of many of my stories.

I have three romanaces available:

'Dancing With Fate' a nice short read (about 25,000) about a Greek muse in medieval Wales, and the legendary figure she meets there,

and 'Starquest', a futuristic romance and 'Children Of The Mist', a 'standalone' sequel to Starquest, available on-line and in print. Details of these can be found on my blog www.hywelalyn.blogspot.com

If you visit my blog and leave a comment, mentioning this event, I'll put you in a draw for a free download of Dancing With Fate, to be drawn tomorrow night.