Welcome to my post for the Mistletoe Madness Blog Hop 2013! Here, you can win a copy of Masked Love. It's the perfect little novella to get you in the holiday spirit and put you in the mood to grab some mistletoe and kiss that someone special in your life.
Isabelle is content being a maid, and will do anything for her lady, even accompany her to a masquerade ball. Lady Theodosia needs extra support and encouragement on this night, for tomorrow she will meet the man her parents have pledged her to.
Isabelle has never had occasion to attend such an event, and is at first ill at ease. But meeting an enchanting young man during the course of the evening makes her wish for a life she can never have. Thinking she will never see him again, she returns his flirtation and even reveals her face. Imagine her shock when he shows up the next morning, announcing his claim on Lady Thedosia.
Isabelle does all she can to avoid Lord Adrian Wingave, but then he not only sees her, he recognizes her. To make matters worse, Isabelle fears her feelings are not one-sided.
Torn between duty and desire, Isabelle hopes for something more this Christmas. To win, all you have to do is leave a comment telling me if you ever kissed someone under the mistletoe. Bonus entry if you add Masked Love to your TBR shelf on Goodreads. Double bonus points if you sign up for my newsletter. And don't worry. If you already have Masked Love, you can pick any novel from my backlist. There's something for everyone! Superheroes, knights... :) Enjoy the rest of the hop and be sure to enter the main giveaway!
I love to write fantasy, paranormal, horror, romance, historical, contemporary; for adults, YA, MG, and PBs. I don't want to get boxed in by genre -- I might be claustrophobic!
I'm also a freelance editor and a content and line editor at MuseItUp Publishing.
When I'm not writing about girls wanting to be knights, talking unicorns, or zombies, I love spending time with my loving and growing family. I enjoy riding horses (pretending they're unicorns, of course!) and going to the PA Renaissance Faire, dressed in garb.