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Drawn To The Marquess Release Giveaway

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Congratulations to Dorothy Moore

The winner of the DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS release contest of a basket of books was Dorothy Moore. 

I’ve also selected a winner from the comments below to win an ebook of mine. And that’s Suzannah Clark!

Help me spread the news about my new release coming 4th September 2018. 
DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS, book #2 in my Imperfect Lords series. Follow the Rafflecopter instructions and share the news.

To get an extra entry, tell me in the comments below why you NEED to buy
DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS (YOU CAN CLICK HERE TO READ AN EXCERPT)

WIN a collection of books

Dukes to the Left of Me , Princes to the Right – Kieran Kramer
The Duke and His Duchess – Grace Burrowes
Invitation To Passion – Bronwen Evans
His Lordship’s True Lady – Grace Burrowes
Wicked Wagers Trilogy – Bronwen Evans
No Other Duke will Do – Grace Burrowes
Lady Jenny’s Christmas Portrait – Grace Burrowes CD audio pack
Love Me – Bronwen Evans

Destined to go blind, a rake sets his sights on the toast of society, lighting a fire of passion that scorches the night, in this captivating novel from USA Today bestselling author Bronwen Evans.
 
Stephen Hornsby, the Marquess of Clevedon, has one goal: to see every exquisite thing he can before he goes blind. His greatest joy, watching a woman shuddering in the throes of passion, will be gone. But before the darkness descends, he is determined to seduce a magnificent widow, Lady Penelope Fisherton. Unfortunately, his rakish reputation has preceded him; Lady Penelope spurns his advances. Being a man who relishes a challenge, however, her reluctance adds only luster to his desire for the last beautiful sight he’ll ever see.
 
Considered the belle of London society, Lady Penelope was married to a scoundrel who cared for no one but himself. Now that she’s free, she wants nothing to do with love, passion, or desire—emotions that abandoned her with a cruel husband. So why does her body react when Stephen smiles? As much as she’d like to avoid the rogue, her brother-in-law wants her fortune, and he’ll kill to get it. Stephen is willing to help, but he’ll take only one thing in return: Her. In his bed.

“This was a steamy historical romance. I absolutely loved Stephen and Penelope. They were so perfectly flawed and well characterized. I don’t think that I’ve been this gripped by a historical romance in ages. I look forward to seeing more work by Brownwen Evans in the future.” Netgalley

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Roxane Twisdale
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Roxane Twisdale

I want to read Drawn to the Marquee because I read an excerpt and I wanted to keep reading from there. Bronwen is a great writer so I’m sure this book will be just as good as her others. Haven’t read a historical with the main character going blind so I wanna know what and if that happens.

Janet Barrett
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Janet Barrett

I’ve been waiting for this book for ages, Bronwen is one of my must read authors. I love her books & lose myself in them. The blurb for this book is brilliant & so looking forward to it

Karen Markuson
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Karen Markuson

I want to read DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS because Stephen and Penelope’s story sounds interesting.

Tina
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Tina

Love these authors

Alice Castle
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Alice Castle

As a nurse, my heart goes out to a wounded hero – even one behaving badly!

Alyssa L
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Alyssa L

After reading the snippet from the book I want to know more. To see what happens to these two characters, how they will help each other inturn saving each other.

Joanna M
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Joanna M

Congrats on the new release! <3

Kimberly DeVore
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Kimberly DeVore

I would like to knie the first book also but being a diabetic I risk going blind, so this excerpt caught my attention and I too want to see everything I can incase the day comes and I just have to remember.

Jean Patton
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Jean Patton

I read the excerpt, it has me wanting to read more and I always enjoy this author’s books.

Joye I
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Joye I

I am always looking for new authors to read. This book sounds like the kind I enjoy reading.

denise
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denise

love the trope plot

Marcia Karon
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Marcia Karon

I am reading an ARC of Drawn to the Marquee now and should finish tonight.

Teresa
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Teresa

I have my copy, just haven’t gotten around to reading it yet. The good news is, it”s near the top of my tbr list!

Maria Dalmau
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Maria Dalmau

I want to read Drawn to the Marquess because after reading the blurb I can’t get enough.

Suzanne Kinsinger
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Suzanne Kinsinger

Would love to read Drawn to the Marquess, because the stories sounds original to me and I enjoy all your books.

Lori Dykes
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Lori Dykes

I loved this story! My favorite trope is the wounded hero.. I would love to have a paperback!

Glenda M
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Glenda M

Aside from the fact that I’ve loved all of your books that I’ve read? Well, there aren’t many books out there that deal with disabilities during historical times.

Penney Wilfort
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Penney Wilfort

I read the review on it and I loved it, I’m looking forward to this, thank you
Penney

Annette N
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Annette N

I have enjoyed so many of your books – and I appreciate your writing.

Barb C.
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Barb C.

I love historical romance and Drawn To The Marquess has an interesting story line that I am anxious to read. You are a fairly “new to me” author and I’m anxious to get my hands on more of your books.

Carol Luciano
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Carol Luciano

Aside from loving your books and characters I enjoyed the excerpt. A unique storyline. Thank you for offering the excerpt and giveaway.

Karlene
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Karlene

I enjoyed the excerpt of Drawn to the Marquess and want to see where the story goes!

Earlene Gillespie
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Earlene Gillespie

I love the regency time period and always look forward to reading about the people and places described in the books.

Suzannah Clark
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Suzannah Clark

The excerpt sounds amazing and I love the cover

Bronwen Evans
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Bronwen Evans

Hi Suzannah – I’ve drawn you from the readers who left me a comment to win a copy of any of my single title eBooks. Which one would you like? Email to let me know.

Rhi
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Rhi

I Want to read Drawn to the Marquess because I like your writing and enjoy your books. I also think having a hero that is going blind is pretty interesting and want to see how you handle it.

Diana Aden
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Diana Aden

The excerpt I read greatly tweaked my interest. It echoed the types of Regency romances I like to read. Plus, I am would very much like to find out what happens when Stephen goes blind and how he copes with his blindness.

Elaine Loesch
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Elaine Loesch

How exciting to have a book about a duke who goes blind. This must be a first but great idea. Shows what a good woman can do.

Anita Byars
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Anita Byars

I Love all of your stories. They are all so Captivating and I have a hard time putting them down once I start reading. I have already read Drawn to the Marquess and as always I left a 5 Star Review. You have such a gift.

Candy Voisine
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Candy Voisine

Well, I could tell you it’s because you are one of the top historical romance authors and comparable to other authors like Kathleen E Woodiwiss. I could tell you that I never get enough historical romance novels. I could tell you a lot of things and all of them would be true. In the end I’m just going to say it sounds like an excellent read!

Mary Preston
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Mary Preston

Yes, I’m rather DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS myself. This book ticks all the boxes for me.

Diane Sallans
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Diane Sallans

why do I want to read Drawn To The Marques? because I love historical romance and I want to read everyone that I can!

Linda Romer
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Linda Romer

Well, i have already read it and reviewed it and I loved it! Thank you

Irene Gray
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Irene Gray

I am just addicted to Historical romances especially the ones written by Bronwyn. her characters are so well drawn, her plots so intriguing & the settings are perfectly suited to the development of the story. ‘Drawn to the Marquess’ seems to fit the bill from what I have read from the extract so much so that I have already pre-ordered it!! I can’t wait to see how this continues.

Eileen AW
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Eileen AW

This book draws me because it sounds so good. I didn’t realize that people could know about becoming blind beforehand in those days. I can’t wait to see how Hornsby wins over Penelope.

BookLady
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BookLady

I enjoy historical romance and look forward to reading books by Bronwen. The excerpt and blurb caught my interest. I would love to read more about Stephen and Penelope’s relationship.

Jackie Wisherd
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Jackie Wisherd

I love the way Miss Evans writes stories. I have been a fan for a long time.

Melinda
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Melinda

I want to see how Stephen and Penelope will find the way for themselve and to save her. Beside I love widow characters. With a strong alpha man character and a little stubbornness we got a passionate story. Am I right? I hope so :)

Rhonda P.
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Rhonda P.

Awesome cover. Loved the excerpt. Look forward to reading it

Joanne B
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Joanne B

Great excerpt. I now want to know more about Stephen and Penelope. Does Stephen go blind? Does Penelope’s brother-in-law get her money?

Theresa C.
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Theresa C.

I love regency romance and this one sounds lovely!

Kim Ellis
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Kim Ellis

I can’t wait to read Drawn to the Marquee!! It looks like a winner.

Cynthia Netherton
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Cynthia Netherton

I need to buy and read Drawn To The Marquess because I enjoy a story which gets complicated not only by jealousy of family, but the addition of an incurable chronic disease adds even more emotion.

Sunnymay
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Sunnymay

I love books about rakes because they always manage to get into trouble and have a lovely lady who helps rescue them.

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