Congratulations to Louisa Cornell who won Georgie Lee’s book.
So far The Temptation of Lady Serena has only been posted on the Kensington site, so the contest is still on-going. Keep looking for buy links and when you find them post them to my Facebook page for a free copy of the book.
Here is another excerpt.
Early the next morning, Serena ordered a stable-boy to saddle Shamir.
After he’d done as she bid, he glanced toward the stable. “I’ll just get your groom, Will, to go with ye, my lady.”
Serena’s nerves were strung too tightly for company. She needed a good gallop this morning, and Will would slow her down. “No, I’ll be fine without him.”
The boy helped her mount without arguing. After she’d cleared the stable yard, Serena cantered south up a rise and gazed out over the still barren fields. The frost was not as heavy this morning, nor the air quite as cold. It was late, but spring was coming. The land tugged at her. She’d rather be planting than dancing.
A man on a large black horse appeared in the valley and stared up at her. He looked tall, but it was hard to tell at this distance. A breeze ruffled his fair hair as he rode toward her. After a few moments, Serena realized he was riding not simply in her direction, but to her. Her aunt had warned her not to ride alone. Was this man the reason for the warning? Whirling Shamir around, she gave the horse his head and rode back to her to aunt’s house as if someone was chasing her.
I begin a very short blog tour to promote the pre-order of The Temptation of Lady Serena starting on Thursday. Jakki Leatherby’s blog.
Have a wonderful week, and I hope to see you on the blog tour.