Monday, April 11, 2011

FEATURE and GIVEAWAY: Never A Gentleman by Eileen Dreyer


Miss Grace Fairchild is under no illusions about her charms. Painfully plain, she is a soldier's daughter who has spent her life being useful, not learning the treacherous ways of the ton. She may have been caught in a scandal with society's favorite rogue, but how can she marry him when it means losing herself?


Diccan Hilliard doesn't know which of his enemies drugged him and dumped him in Grace's bed, but he does know the outcome. He and Grace must marry. To his surprise, a wild, heady passion flares between them. Yet Diccan is trapped in a deadly game of intrigue Grace knows nothing about. Will his lies destroy Grace just as he realizes how desperately he needs her? And how can he hope for a future with her, when an old enemy has set his murderous sights on them both?

Check out Eileen's website for the excerpt!

Authors Unplugged Radio Show:

Grand Central Publishing is giving away 3 copies of the book!

Only residents of the U.S. or Canada are eligible to win. No P.O. Boxes, please.

Note: Winners will be subject to the one copy per household rule, which means that if they win the same title in two or more contests, they will receive only one copy of the title (or one set in the case of grouped giveaways) in the mail.

How to Enter:

1. Be a follower. (GFC, TRR Review Site)

2. Leave a comment below for Larissa.

3. Enter the contest here.

Contest ends April 19.

Winners will be drawn in May.

Good luck! 


Maureen said...

I do like marriage of convenience stories although this one looks like it's not very convenient at all. I am a follower.
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Virginia C said...

I am greatly looking forward to reading "Never a Gentleman" which is a sequel to "Barely a Lady"--a book I enjoyed very much! At the end of "Barely a Lady", Grace and Diccan were found in quite a compromising situation, and readers have waited for the outcome of this scandalous beginning to a great "sparks-fly" relationship! I highly recommend reading "Barely a Lady" and then following up as soon as possible with "Never a Gentleman". I guarantee that you will enjoy Eileen Dreyer's voice as a storyteller.

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mbreakfield said...

This one sounds good. I enjoy a good marriage of convenience story.

StacieDM said...

Never a Gentleman sounds lovely! I enjoy reading marriage of convenience stories. The fact that the hero is hiding dangerous secrets just adds to the suspense.

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Robin K said...

Looks and sounds like a great read! Cannot wait to give it a go :)

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elaing8 said...

Sounds really good.looking forward to reading it

Danielle Gorman said...

I am definitely looking forward to this book after reading her last. This one looks so good and I can't wait to read it.

Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic said...

I love an honorable man! thanks for the giveaway :)

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

Oh this sounds like a good read. I needs it! :)

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Eileen Dreyer said...

Thanks so much for offering the contest. I really hope everybody likes the book. I hope you'll let me know one way or another. I'm also having a contest on my website, with the grand prize of a sapphire, emerald and ruby bracelet I brought home from Jaipur, India, being drawn for on Apr 20th. Stop by!

Carole said...

Hi Eileen,

Thanks a lot for stopping by. I like Grace from Barely A Lady, and I also can't wait to read her story. I love the set up, by the way, and hope Diccan is good for her.


Wolf Bear said...

1. A GFC Follower.
2. This sounds like a great book. Can't wait to read it.
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mrsshukra said...

I like marriage of convenience stories! Looking forward to reading Never a Gentleman!

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Jeanne M said...

Eileen -

I love to read your books because they keep me entranced from the first to the last sentence! I love this series and tell all them they are not to be missed - and they can't borrow it when I'm done that they'll just have to buy their own copy!

Your books not only should be read but re-read - somethings are even better the second time around.

Katie said...

i love the excerpt it makes me want to read the book so much more! i am a gfc follower.


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