Thursday, April 19, 2012

Book promo giveaway of A Ravishing Redhead by Jillian Eaton

Promo giveaway of an historical romance novella of A Ravishing Redhead by Jillian Eaton

On her wedding night Margaret’s husband took something infinitely precious from her before he disappeared to parts unknown… No, not her virginity. Her dowry! Now she is stuck at his rundown estate without a penny to her name and enough time on her hands to think up a thousand different ways to get revenge against the man who duped her and dumped her.

Henry saw only one way out of his family's gambling debts: to marry a wealthy heiress. Now after nearly a year spent abroad recouping his losses and building a new fortune, he can only vaguely recall what his wife looks like. He remembers her as a sweet, shy girl with beautiful auburn hair and lovely blue eyes. Who then is this entrancing red haired hellion that dresses like a man and swears like a sailor?

Greed and secrets tore them apart. Now fate has brought them back together. Can two strangers find love after marriage? Or will their differences prove too difficult to overcome despite their sizzling chemistry? Find out in "A Ravishing Redhead", the second novella in the Wedded Women Quartet!

Excerpt: Destroyed by a fire and recently rebuilt, the ten stall barn was the only building on the property that had not fallen into a state of disrepair and Margaret was determined to keep it that way. She called each horse by name as she strolled down the freshly raked aisle and one by one they popped their heads over their stall doors to greet her with warm nickers of affection.

Hay was piled neatly at the end of the barn. Filling a wheelbarrow with the sweet smelling dried grass, she fed each horse in turn and when they were all nibbling at their hay exchanged the wheelbarrow for a large bucket of oats. She soaked Poppy’s grain for the old draft mare had little teeth left to chew with, and opened up all of the stalls to let the horses out into their evening grazing pasture when they were finished eating. They filed past her one by one, too used to their daily routine to raise a fuss, and she followed them out to swing the gate closed behind them.
Now came the not so pleasant part, but it had to be done, and after scooping her hair up underneath a floppy hat and rolling up her shirt sleeves, Margaret fetched another wheelbarrow and began mucking out the stalls.
It was hard labor, but she enjoyed the simple quietness of it. A wry smile captured her lips as she remembered how her muscles had screamed in protest when she had first taken over care of the entire stables, but now her arms were strong and easily capable of dumping manure and hauling pails of water to and from the stalls.
She was nearly finished when an unfamiliar whinny rang through the air. Still holding her pitchfork, Margaret poked her head out the front aisle way and watched with interest as a gleaming bay approached. She was so entranced by the horse’s fine build and elegant way of moving that she didn’t even notice the rider until he dropped to the ground in front of her and placed the horse’s reins in her hands.
“Here,” he said, looking past her. “Cool him out and groom him.”
Margaret bit the inside of her cheek to keep from laughing. Oh, she noticed the rider now all right, although he certainly did not notice her. “Would you have me feed him as well?” she asked, deliberately speaking in a low voice.
“Yes, of course,” said the rider in a short, clipped tone. “And have him tacked again in an hour. I will not be staying here long.”
“Might I ask why?”
The rider turned and leveled dark green eyes on her. Margaret held her breath, waiting for him to recognize her, but he merely reached in his pocket and tossed her two coins which she reached out to catch automatically. “Cool him out, groom him, and feed him. I will be back in an hour.”
Without another word he walked away towards the house. Margaret stared after him in wordless disbelief, certain at any moment he was going to turn around and come back. When the front door slammed behind him, she shook her head.

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  1. I guess Margaret has changed so much, Henry can't recognize her. That's good considering he stole her dowry and has been gone for a year. Won't he be surprised when he figures it out. This book sounds intriguing. Can't wait to read it. Thanks for the giveaway.


  2. So he left her, and without a penny, and now come back only for an hour... I think it's a great beginning and want more! ;D

    Thanks for the international chance!


  3. Sounds good, thanks for the giveaway :)

    magabygc AT

  4. Sounds interesting. Thanks for the contest!

  5. I loved the excerpt and I can't wait to find out what happens between Margaret and Henry. I think he's going to have his hands full with his neglected wife.

    Barbed1951 at aol dot com

  6. Sounds like a good read!

  7. Looking forward to reading this next book in the series...sure would like to win it!
    When is the next one coming out?

  8. Anonymous: The next novella is scheduled for an August release. :)

  9. I don't see too many redheads as heroines lately. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Lmackesy @

  10. Oh! Any story with a riding stable is definitely on my TBR list! Hope I win *crosses fingers*

    Olivia Starke

  11. oooh sounds like an interesting story :D
    email: cruz042 at

  12. Great excerpt. The book sounds good.


  13. Ohhhhh... this sounds fantastic! Thanks for the lovely excerpt and giveaway! Definitely going to go check it out and add to my wishlist ;)


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  15. sounds intriguing, thanks for the giveaway as well!

  16. this books sounds great thanks for the giveaway. Gale

  17. The book sounds very interesting from the above excerpt. Thanks for the eBook giveaway!


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