In celebration of the upcoming release of Cupid's Arrow on February 12, I am giving away 15 digital copies of Le Chevalier. So what does one book have to do with the other? Glad you asked!
Most of my novels take place in the years leading up to and during the American Revolution. Le Chevalier is set in Philadelphia right before the British take the city. The hero of the story, Le Chevalier de Mont Trignon, is a French aristocrat on a "fact-finding" missing for King Louis. While in America, he falls in love with a young tavern owner, Alexandra Turner, caught in the middle of the fight.
Feb 12, 2016
Cupid's Arrow leaps forward in time to the French Revolution as the Reign of Terror hits its bloodiest heights. Mont Trignon has commissioned a ship's captain, Neil Blakely, to rescue his youngest sister, Christiana, from the Jacobins. He finds her in Place de la Concorde at the bottom of the steps leading up to the guillotine.
|Caution to the Wind|
Incidentally, Neil is the younger brother of Amanda Blakely from Caution to the Wind. While Neil and Christiana were little more than children in Caution to the Wind and Le Chevalier, they're all grown up now!
To enter to win, all you need to do is answer the question in the contest entry form in the right-hand column of this post. Good luck!