April 25, 2013

Rogue's Hostage historical #romance @LyndiLamont #RLFblog

Rogue's Hostage 
His hostage ...
In 1758 the Pennsylvania frontier is wild, primitive and dangerous, where safety often lies at the end of a gun. Mara Dupre's life crumbles when a French and Indian war party attacks her cabin, kills her husband, and takes her captive. Marching through the wilderness strengthens her resolve to flee, but she doesn't count on her captor teaching her the meaning of courage and the tempting call of desire.
Her destiny ...
French lieutenant Jacques Corbeau's desire for his captive threatens what little honor he has left. But when Mara desperately offers herself to him in exchange for her freedom, he finds the strength to refuse and reclaims his lost self-respect. As the shadows of his past catch up to him, Jacques realizes that Mara, despite the odds, is the one true key to reclaiming his soul and banishing his past misdeeds forever.
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20 comments:

  1. Wow...this book sounds very interesting...good job, Linda!

    Lynn

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    1. Hey Lynn. :) Thanks for popping in today.

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  2. Wow ~ this sounds interesting!! best of luck!!

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    1. Morning, Jennifer. ^_^ thank you.

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  3. Great cover...and a roguish period, for sure. Happy sales to you! Rolynn

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    1. Thanks for being here, Rolynn. :)

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  4. Lynn, Jennifer, Rolynn, thanks for your kind words and wishes.

    Kayelle, thanks so much for hosting me here today!

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    1. My pleasure. Lovely cover. Like your hottie. :)

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  5. Hi Linda - Your cover rocks...I agree with pretty much everyone that commented on it:) And your hero comes across like a true Alpha...as the heroine is only one who can bring him to his knees for redemption...love it:) Congrats on Rogue's Hostage;)

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    1. Thanks, Kay Dee. The cover is gorgeous. It was designed by the fabulous Lex Valentine of Winterheart Designs. Jacques is an Alpha, but a tortured one.

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  6. Looks like a great read! I can't wait to check it out.

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    1. Dana, thanks for checking it out.

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  7. Love the cover and it does sound like a wonderful book. I tweeted.

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    1. Ella, thanks for tweeting! That's so thoughtful of you.

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  8. Happy birthday, Kayelle!! :)

    Nice cover, too. :)

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  9. This sounds like a good book to add to my tbr. Nice to meet you, Linda! What a lucky day for you to blog with Kayelle! lol

    Happy Birthday, Kayelle! :)

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    1. Hi Calisa. This was a lucky day for me. Kayelle is awesome!

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  10. The 1700's is one of my very favorite time periods. I must have been there before. :)
    Love the cover, Linda!

    Kayelle, enjoy your special day. I am so very glad to know you. :)

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  11. It's one of my favorite periods, too, Danita, esp. Colonial America. Maybe we were there together!

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