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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tuesday Spotlight: Black Lyon Publishing

Kerry A. Jones, publisher of Black Lyon Publishing, says, "Hello, romance fans! I’m so excited that The Long & Short of It has invited Black Lyon Publishing to be in their spotlight. I have five great books and authors to tell you about … and to show our appreciation for visiting here, Black Lyon is giving away one ebook (any one of your choice from the five featured this week) to each of three different winners."


Reckless Liaisons by Kayleigh Jamison

We weren’t too actively looking for regency romances, but this book is regency at its best and there was no way we could pass it up! Kayleigh has written a story about a handsome yet tortured duke, a ravishing beauty, London society, intrigue, betrayal, and a passionate love affair. Kayleigh says, “It started with a single idea: how would a proper gentleman react to finding an unconscious, beautiful girl in a rosebush?” She says Reckless Liaisons has “Beauty and the Beast undertones” with the damaged hero and headstrong heroine, and I think those undertones help set this sexy tale apart from other historicals.

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Was she a second chance at love—
or his golden opportunity for revenge?


Sebastian Cade, reclusive Duke of Rutland, has gone to great lengths to withdraw from the London society he’s come to despise. Still reeling from betrayal and tragedy, he finds himself powerfully attracted to his
lovely new raven-haired ward—so much so that he begins to question the last five years of his life.

When Julia Deveraux awakens in the Duke’s rose garden, the memories flood back. A betrothal she detests. The great black horse stolen from her father. Her near escape … Now under Sebastian’s care, she sees the rumors of his disfigurement are far from true. But will her secret connection to his sworn enemy tear them apart before love brings them together?

1 comment:

Kytaira said...

This sounds like a great book! I love regencies and tortured heros. Add in the intrigue and it sounds like a winner.