Tuesday, June 25, 2013

As part of Charlene Raddon's Promote Your Book/Promote Mine Blog Hop, we are featuring Charlene's latest release "The Scent of Roses", along with Carley Bauer & Lynette Willows first in a the Sons of Liberty series, "No Gentleman Is He". 
Be sure to read to the end of this page so you don’t miss out on the grand prize. Also be certain you visit each blog and comment to qualify for the individual giveaways, and the big prize.

Charlene Raddon has been writing historical romance novels for over thirty years. Her work has won several awards and much well-deserved praise. Here is what she has to say about her newest release.
Any day when a new book is released is exciting for the author. I’m thrilled to announce that my eBook, The Scent of Rosesis now available.
The Scent of Roses is a sequel to my last eBook, To Have And To Hold, but stands alone and does not need to be read in order to be enjoyed. Whip Kincaid, from The Scent of Roses, is the half-brother of Buck Maddux from To Have and To Hold. Whip also has a twin, Cale, who readers met in Buck’s story, which gives me an excuse to write a third book for this series.
The added touch of paranormal elements made The Scent of Roses a fun story to write. Who doesn’t enjoy haunted houses with hidden passageways? When I first moved to Utah, I lived in this house. No, there weren’t any secret passageways, but in every other way, my description of the old house is accurate. The third element new in this book is the subject of polygamy.
Rosalyn Delaney came to Whisky Ridge, Arizona expecting to receive aid from her estranged husband, Josiah Bullock, in escaping the crazed leader of a polygamist cult determined to have her. She’s broke and has nowhere else to go. But Josiah is dead, murdered the very evening of her arrival. The town is in uproar, searching for the suspected killer, Josiah’s business partner, Whip Kincaid. Rosalyn also learns that Josiah has taken a second wife.
Whip is innocent but to prove that, he needs to stay out of jail. He hides in secret passageways in the old house he and Josiah shared. Smythely, the elderly butler who came with the house, is the only other person aware of the passageways. Lurking between spiderwebbed walls and using the abundance of peepholes provided allows Whip to keep up with what’s going on. Sneaking out at night allows him to investigate. He’s particularly interested in Rosalyn Delaney, and for more than one reason. Besides being attracted to her, he’s sure she knows something about the murder.
But does she? Is she safe at Rose House? Will she be safe from Whip Kincade?

I hope you enjoyed this peek into The Scent of Roses. Find it here, at Amazon.com.
BE SURE TO LEAVE A COMMENT WITH CONTACT INFORMATION. AT THE END OF THE HOP, A NAME WILL BE DRAWN FROM THOSE WHO VISITED AND COMMENTED AT EVERY BLOG. PRIZE IS A $45 GIFT CARD FOR AMAZON OR B&N, WINNER’S CHOICE. Other bloggers are also offering giveaways so make sure you hit them all.












Carley Bauer enjoys life on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. with her husband and their blue eyed feline,
Noelle. After 30 years as a state contractor in a self employed capacity, she decided to try her hand at her first love, writing.

She loves being an empty nester, free to travel with her husband. Still involved with her three grown on-their-own children, Carley loves big family events, where her home is filled with a passel of precious, precocious, precarious grandchildren. Some of her other hobbies are fashion, the occasional bite of the Big Apple where the excitement feeds her natural love of city life and home decor, which boasts a collection of Fenton Glassware.

Carley's first book, 'No Gentleman Is He', was released by Tirgearr Publishing on March 7 of 2013. The first in the Sons of Liberty series, written by Carley and her co-author, long-time friend and writing partner, Lynette Willows, is ranked #1 in Goodreads Hor Reads for Summer. No Gentleman Is He can be found on Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, ITunes, Kobo, Sony, BookStrand, All Romance Books and OmniLit.



Young, adventurous and widowed in a new land, Cassandra Courtney Brooks finds her dream of raising a superior breed of saddle horse slipping away with the death of her husband. Left with four horses, living in a tavern attic, and her scant savings depleting, she resolves to see her vision through to fruition by accepting the scandalous position of steward at Varina Farms.

Born in the image of his native ancestry, Colton Rolfe’s savage blood runs through his veins. Scorned by his father, Colt grew into a man of ill temperament whose only interest is the wild equine beasts on his plantation. His desire to breed his horses with the superior Thoroughbreds of the newly widowed Cassandra Brooks leads him to abandon societal rules. Colt’s growing resentment toward the Crown and his assistance to Sons of Liberty missions is complicated by the discovery that Cassandra’s father is a titled English nobleman.

Cassandra is soon forced to question the wisdom of her decision when she finds herself enamored with her employer. As fiery passion grows between them, Cassandra realizes her own spirit of independence, love of the land, and the savage man who is so much a part of it.


As the threat of war comes ever closer, wills are tested through gunfire, treachery, danger, and kidnapping. Does Colt dare trust Casandra with Sons of Liberty secrets? More importantly, can he trust her with his heart? And will Colt ever trust Cassandra enough to love her as she longs to be loved?

Leave a comment with your email and the winner will receive a $5.00 Amazon GC.



Carley Bauer & Lynette Willows

10 comments:

Ingeborg said...

Charlene, Thank you for the tour it's been fun if not a little stressful. lol The Scent of Roses sounds like a great read.

Carley and Lynette, No Gentleman Is He sounds like a captivating read set in a very exciting time in history.

Kit3247(at)aol(dot)com

Carley Bauer said...

Ingeborg, I am excited about Charlene's newest release.
If there is one thing writers need (at least ME) is a good course on tome management ;)

Janice Hougland said...

Glad to "meet" you, Carley & Lynette. Your book No Gentleman is He sounds so exciting, and I do love American history stories. After so many historicals taking place in England, I really enjoy reading about my own country through romance. :-) And hello again to you, Charlene! I can't wait to see what happens with Whip and Rosalyn. I still marvel at how you authors come up with your ideas for a story. What imaginations you must have! Whatever that secret is, keep it up and keep providing lovely stories for us to read. jdh2690@gmail.com

Carley Bauer said...

Janice, thank you for your kind words. I'm looking forward to reading Charlene's "The Scent of Roses". If it's half as good as her previously released novels, I know I'll love it!

Charlene Raddon said...

How odd. I posted replies hours ago, went to get my hair done and now I look and my comments aren't there. I didn't swear in them or anything. Try try again, right?

Quilt Lady said...

Hi Charlene, I finally made it again! Still having internet problems and at&t is working on it right now. This company is really bad to deal with, but we don't have much choice where I live. I really am looking forward to reading your book, and I will get it soon. I think this is your last blog on this hop and I wish it didn't have to end. I have met a lot of new authors to me through here. Thanks so much for that. I just came from your blog commenting on Carley's post. Her book sound really good also.

quiltlady110 AT gmail DOT com

Charlene Raddon said...

Hi Gail. Glad you did make it. What a pain the Internet can be when it doesn't want to work right. I was having trouble earlier today.

bn100 said...

Intriguing blurb

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Carley Bauer said...

Ladies,
The internet is like the interstate. As long as it flows smoothly, all is well. Let a crash occur and you're backed up for hours, if not days!
My router went and what a mess four days of being off-line created.

I am not sure I did the blog right. Then again, I am new to this and you'll have to allow for my mistakes.

Charlene Raddon said...

Thanks for coming bn.