Friday, March 15, 2013

Lucky in Love? Take home two Irish Heroes, free on Me!!

Congrats to the following winners: Susan, Viktoria, Felicia, Rachel and Isabelle!  Thanks everyone for visiting! Hope your St. Patrick's Day Weekend was Fun! 



Lucky in Love? Well, are you? It's a time of luck and wealth...or not. With each romance we find ourselves in a new world of love and memories. Are these just by chance? Is it luck? Welcome to your second annual Lucky in Love Blog Hop where we want to hear about your love, your romance, and how much you love St. Patrick's Day!!! Are you wearing green? Ready to get pinched...or wait...do you like that?

Almost 300 bloggers have giveaways and posts about those men we love! 

But that's not all....

We have TWO grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 200 times!

Now what are those prizes?
1st Grand Prize: A $100 Amazon or B&N Gift Card
2nd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more!
 Remember to leave an email address below with your comment
 so we can contact you if you are a winner! 

***On this blog, I'm offering a free digital copy of both of my Irish romances--to not one winner but three lucky readers! 
 

Ireland, it's a land of myth, mystery and magic

And let's not forget those hot Irish rakes out there.  
I'm partial to a sexy alpha male with a little Irish in him, but that's just me! Two if my three historical romances that take place in Ireland feature Irish heroes with plenty to offer a girl.  In Some Enchanted Waltz, my Time Travel Romance, Adrian Dillon is an Irish Viscount with a dual identity. I just love a man in a mask. Well, Lord Dillon is also an Irish patriot, a leader of a local group connected to the United Irishmen. He's working hard behind the scenes to free Ireland as a covert militia leader by night, and a bored Irish Lord by day. 


When Adrian Dillon finds himself blackmailed into marriage by his enemy, he realizes he needs a bride to prevent himself from being aligned forever with a hated British loyalist. Enter Tara O'Neill, a woman from the twenty first century who has fallen through time, and has no memory of who she is or how she got to 18th century Ireland. Lord Dillon rescues her from British Soldiers, and then tells her that she is his betrothed, having arrived all the way from America by ship.  

Tara is a 21st century historian, but her memory is a little wonky right now. She's not sure where she belongs. With no place to go, she takes Lord Dillon up on his offer and marries him. She discovers that the man she married is involved in a secret rebellion--he's sneaking out of the house at night in dark clothing and a mask, sort of like an 18th century Irish Zorro. As Tara's memory returns she realizes that her lover's mission will end in disaster, as the rebels will not succeed in their quest to seize the government. Will she be able to stop Adrian from dying for a cause destined to fail?  

Some Enchanted Waltz is a Time Travel Romance that depicts the events of the Rebellion of 1798 in Ireland. It includes paranormal elements as Tara also discovers her true Irish heritage includes being of fae descent
                                                                     
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Bright Scoundrel, My newest Irish Historical Romance takes place a few years later, in 1802, as an Irish wanderer returns to his ancestral home after having been kidnapped as a child and sold as an indentured servant, shipped to the West Indies.  

If you read Dark Hero, Book One of Reluctant Heroes, you met Kieran as a support character, and you already know he's a talented druid magician. He was Elizabeth O'Flaherty's brother. 

Bright Scoundrel starts out after Kieran O'Flaherty has been restored to his English family, yet, he longs to escape the strictures of English society after a few scandalous episodes, so he flees to his ancestral home: Roisin Dubh Castle in County Galway, Ireland. Kieran will find his home has more problems than merely a few spirits haunting it. He'll encounter the Banshee of the O'Flaherty Clan, a clever Fae hiding among his staff, and an elemental creature summoned from another realm by his enemy, a vile creature that has taken up residence in the castle and craves innocent blood. 
Kieran O'Flaherty, a rake with magical abilities
 Kieran is a womanizing rake. He's also an adept in the magical arts as an accomplished druid sorceror. He returns to his childhood home and finds that the idyllic life he imagined is not possible. He struggles to gain the acceptance of his clan, and he just can't fight his attraction to a determined spinster who is an artist with some very unique ideas about women's rights. Rose de Lacy seems to be the only woman immune to his sexual charms.  (read full excerpts of this story in two previous posts this month!)

If you like magic and mystery in your romance, you'll find Bright Scoundrel to be an interesting story.  It's full of Celtic magic, myth, enchanted creatures and some good old fashioned Irish romance.   

 I'm offering a free digital copy of each book to three lucky people who leave a comment here. That's a free digital copy in any format you wish of both titles, Some Enchanted Waltz and Bright Scoundrel for each of the three winners. 


Also, for those who prefer a print copy there is a free giveaway in progress on Goodreads until April 2oth for Bright Scoundrel. Feel free to enter that giveaway as well.   

So here is the chance to take home not one but TWO Irish Heroes to romance your heart. You'll get an Alpha male Irish Patriot in Lord Adrian Dillon (aka Captain Midnight), and a beguiling Beta Male Irish Rake/sorcerer who uses magic to save the girl and conquer his demons in Kieran O'Flaherty, aka Baron Grey. 




And don't forget to visit the other romance bloggers on our list: there will prizes galore for those brave enough to hunt for the treasures. You might not be Lucky in Love, but you can be a Lucky Winner of this blog and so many others.    






32 comments:

Lily Silver said...

Love Irish men!

magic5905 said...

No, I have not been lucky in love.
magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

Debby said...

I have been lucky in love. We have been married for almost 36 years. I loved Ireland.
debby236 at gmail dot com

miki said...

i'm unlucky since your giveaway for print book is only for us ç_ç but i do appreciate the opportunity to win a pdf.( don't enter me for the itune card)
i'm not lucky , not unlucky either in love

happy St Patrick's day

isabelle(dot)frisch(at)gmail(dot)com

wpogrant said...

I am not lucky in love.
wendy_pogrant@yahoo.com

Urb said...

Does redheaded equal Irish? I love redheads, and with some chemical assistance, lived the red headed life for a while. Sadly, I don't know any Irishmen.

Urb
brendurbanist at gmail dot com

Tin said...

This sounds like a very interesting series!

The most recent Irish-American hero I read about was Matthew Milton from Delilah Marvelle's Forever a Lady. I think there's a fierceness and gallantry that is innate in Irish heroes.

Thank you for the great giveaway!

- Tin (khriscc at yahoo dot com)

veRONIca said...

Slainte!

xo_veronica16[at]hotmail[dot]com

Rachel @ Say It With Books said...

This is a very interesting read. Hope I'll win. :)

rachelanniramos AT yahoo DOT com

christina tetreault said...

Hi Lily

Thanks for the giveaway. Already read both the books you listed her as well as your others. Look forward to your next one.

Christina
cgricci@yahoo.com

Shelly Hammond said...

These books sound great! The covers are stunning as well. I've not read any but I am going to check them out further just as soon as I am done typing this.

Thank you for the chance to enter :D Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone :)

Shelly H
booski24@hotmail.com

laurie said...

This is a very interesting read. Hope I'll win. :)

parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

JanD said...

I'm interested in the beta Irish rake.
bituin76 at hotmail dot com

Veronika said...

Love everything Irish!
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

susanmp said...

A brand new author with some really interesting books! My lucky day.

susanmplatt AT hotmail DOT com

Natasha said...

Thanks for the chance to win!
Happy St.Patrick's Day!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

Catherine Lee said...

What a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

jmcgaugh said...

These sound interesting.
jmcgaugh (at) semo (dot) edu

Kelly Powell said...

I have been lucky in love. We have been married for almost 14 yrs in May. I love my husband dearly.

kptx64@gmail.com

Ellen Thompson said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! I have not been lucky in love yet.

thompsonem3 at aol dot com

Froggy said...

Happy St Patty's Day!

Froggy
froggarita@gmail.com

Ashley Applebee said...

Nope, haven't been lucky in love yet!
Thanks for the great giveaway and for joining the hop!!!!
Ashley A
ash_app(at)hotmail(dot)com

Pandora Gray said...

I'm very luck in love. I look forward to reading your books, because I love all things Irish! :)
Thanks for the giveaway.

divajeffersonATgmailDOTcom

Mary Frances Roya said...

Lucky or not, I am blessed. I have found my soul mate. It too 41 years to find him. But he was and is worth the wait.

Thanks for being in the Happy St. Patrick’s Day blog hop.
Hope ya’ll St. Patrick’s Day was great!
Keep writing so I can keep reading.
roya-clan@sbcglobal.net

Felicia said...

I am in LOVE with your heroes - perhaps the only times I will be lucky in love - LOL

Thank you SO much for this great chance to win!

Felicia
mrschopchop@verizon.net

bn100 said...

Not lucky yet. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

VampedChik said...

These sounds great! Thanks!
-Amber
goodblinknpark(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

Krysta B. said...

Nope, not lucky in love at all.
Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Saint Patty’s Day!

Morganlafey86(at)aol(dot)com

Meghan said...

What a great giveaway hop! I have yet to be lucky in love but I'm working on it. My favorite love book is "Outlander" by Diana Gabaldon. Jamie Fraser is amazing and beautiful. I enjoy St. Patty's Day and this year I'm spending it with my best friend. We're going to two Irish Pubs and also some dance clubs. I am also wearing green and am not a fan of getting pinched. I'm not Irish either, but many people think I am because my hair is red, my eyes green and my name is Meghan, but I'm not at all. I won't be telling anybody that, however… let them believe I'm Irish.
Thanks for the giveaway!

mestith at gmail dot com

strawberryrose said...

I have not been Lucky in love so far but have not given up yet. Happy St Paddy’s Day! And may your life always be golden!

Judy Peterson
strawberryrose@earthlink.net

kitten18 said...

I have been lucky in love with my hubby of 15 yrs. (We both have some Irish ancestory)
lucky42368@yahoo.com

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