Terrific Tuesday

Celine by Kathleen Bitner Roth (When Hearts Dare, book #1)

Celine

He stepped off a jewel of a sternwheeler onto one of the most beautiful plantations in all of Louisiana. And into her life.

Celine’s breath caught in her throat. Heat smoldered in her belly. What a sensual man. The scion of the Andrews family carried an aura of personal magnetism so powerful, a sensation close to fright swept through her. She stood still and aloof, masking her emotions. His intense gaze seemed almost a physical touch. She held her head at a proud, haughty angle, not flinching from his bold scrutiny.

In seconds, Trevor regained his cool, casual air. A lusty grin caught at the corners of his mouth, and fire danced in his eyes as he bent ever so slightly at the waist, tipped an imaginary hat, and strode casually into the house.

She would never be the same…

From Plantation era New Orleans to the untamed American West, here is the sweeping, unforgettable tale of a headstrong young beauty and the man she is destined to love.

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Ms roth is giving away a print copy of Celine to THREE lucky commenters during the tour. Click HERE for Rafflecopter LInk.

 

Kathleen

Born in Minnesota, Kathleen Bittner Roth has lived all over the U.S.: Idaho, Washington, California, Texas and New York. Currently, she resides in Budapest, Hungary, often called the Paris of the East. Kathleen has won countless awards for her writing, including finaling in RWA’s prestigious Golden Heart contest. She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, including the Hearts Through History chapter and has been a contributing editor for an online romance magazine as well as writing and producing successful seminars and meditation CDs. You can learn more about Kathleen and her books at www.kathleenbittnerroth.com

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2 thoughts on “Terrific Tuesday

  1. I’m gettin’ mighty anxious to read this latest by Kathleen. 🙂 I love historical romance, and putting it with an American background rather than English or Scottish makes it even more attractive to me. Thanks for the post. jdh2690@gmail.com

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