Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Waiting on Wednesday: The Pleasure Garden

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event I am joining, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read selection is:
The Pleasure Garden
Releases March 28, 2011 or April 1, 2011 depending on where you look.

Many lifetimes ago, the beautiful May Queen exquisite seduction not with her husband, but in the arms of the Green Man—the passionate ruler of all that is warm and light. And thus began the earth's most torrid love triangle.
Now three women of diverse eras are drawn to the mystical site of the Celtic queen's tragic demise. Their fiery obsession ignited by Beltane Magic is barely perceived, but erotically felt. With each kiss, their passion would break an ancient curse— and reunite a love most profound….
Driven by an unseen force, a Celtic maiden seduces the one man forsaken by law and principle—an Englishman soon for the priesthood….
The future lady of Fairfax House yearns for illicit nights and perfect love in the arms of her betrothed's cousin….
She inherits a decrepit house and garden that awakens in her a raw sexual awareness, the likes of which she can abide alone no longer….

“Sacred Vows” by Amanda McIntyre
Driven by an unseen force, a Celtic maiden seduces the one man forsaken by law and principle-an Englishman soon for the priesthood. Man would tear them apart and fate would reunite them...

Cara knew that to step into the ancient labyrinth would defy the law decreed by the King of England to separate the Gaels from the Nobles of English Dublin. But from the moment her eyes met Edmund's, the son of an English nobleman, she knew that forbidden or not, she could not refuse the fates and so, knowing that this would either end in lover or destruction for them both, she stepped into the ring to follow the path set before her...

Charlotte Featherstone
Read an excerpt here

"Rites of Passion" by Kristi Astor
Setting: England, 1919 (post WWI)

This novella is a loosely-based, stand-alone sequel to my novella “Lover’s Dawn” in WINTER AWAKENING (Harlequin Spice, Nov. 2009)

Read an excerpt here

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