Thursday, August 28, 2014

Lecia Cornwall's What a Lady Most Desires Book Tour (+Giveaway)


Blurb: On the night before the final battle against Napoleon, Lady Delphine St. James finds herself dancing with the one man she has always wanted, Major Lord Stephen Ives. He makes it clear he has no time for a lady he sees as flirtatious and silly, but as the call to arms sounds, she bids him farewell with a kiss that stirs them both. When he returns gravely injured, she is intent on caring for him, even if his surly behavior tests her patience.

After the battle, Stephen is not only wounded and blind, but falsely accused of cowardice and theft. The only light in his dark world is Delphine, the one woman he never imagined he could desire. But she deserves more than he can give her.

As their feelings deepen and hidden enemies conspire to force them to part forever, can their love survive the cruelest test of all?


Available for purchase at: Amazon
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 Author Bio: Lecia Cornwall is a PRO member of the Romance Writers of America’s Seattle and Calgary Chapters. Her background includes all facets of writing, including running a successful freelance writing business specializing in direct marketing and advertising. Both history and writing have been lifelong passions. Lecia currently lives and writes in Calgary, Alberta, the heart of the Canadian West.


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4 comments:

  1. I really like Delphine, she is so generous and forgiving. But I'm not too sure about Stephen. He doesn't give her 'the time of day" before he leaves for war, and when he returns, I'm not sure why he accepts her assistance in wound care--perhaps because no one else would offer, he seems such a pariah to everyone. I guess I'll have to read the entire story to find my answers! :-) thanks for the post. jdh2690@gmail.com

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  2. This cover just kills me. I love it! So very dramatic and old school classic :D

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  3. The cover reminds me of the 1980's. Not sure if that's good or bad. lol

    But the book sure sounds interesting. Something right up my alley.

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