Spotlight on Christi Caldwell and Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love

Today I’m turning the spotlight on my great friend and fantastic historical author Christi Caldwell and her newest Regency release, Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love.

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Blurb:  “Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love”

Miss Juliet Marshville is spitting mad. With one guardian missing, and the other singularly uninterested in her fate, she is at the mercy of her wastrel brother who loses her beloved childhood home to a man known as Sin. Determined to reclaim control of Rosecliff Cottage and her own fate, Juliet arranges a meeting with the notorious rogue and demands the return of her property.

Jonathan Tidemore, 5th Earl of Sinclair, known to the ton as Sin, is exceptionally lucky in life and at the gaming tables. He has just one problem. Well…four, really. His incorrigible sisters have driven off yet another governess. This time, however, his mother demands he find an appropriate replacement.

When Miss Juliet Marshville boldly demands the return of her precious cottage, he takes advantage of his sudden good fortune and puts an offer to her; turn his sisters into proper English ladies, and he’ll return Rosecliff Cottage to Juliet’s possession.

Jonathan comes to appreciate Juliet’s spirit, courage, and clever wit, and decides to claim the fiery beauty as his mistress. Juliet, however, will be mistress for no man. Nor could she ever love a man who callously stole her home in a game of cards. As Jonathan begins to see Juliet as more than a spirited beauty to warm his bed, he realizes she could be a lady he could love the rest of his life, if only he can convince the proud Juliet that he’s worthy of her hand and heart.

Excerpt:

Over the years he’d become a rather apt read of character. It had saved him from title-grasping misses attempting to trap him into marriage for no other reason than their desire for the title of countess. The lovely, if defiant Miss Marshville had affected a rather masterful showing of antipathy where he was concerned.

Jonathan leaned ever-closer so a mere breadth of a hand separated them and lowered his head toward hers. “Perhaps I should be more direct, Miss Marshville. I’d not have kissed you, unless you wanted it.”

Her mouth opened and closed like a poor trout just snagged from his well-stocked lakes. The spirited Miss Marshville might condescend to him with her very eyes and the subtle nuances of her speech, but her heightened color told an entirely different story. One that told her body’s awareness of him.

Ahh, you are not as indifferent toward me as you’d have me believe, sweet. He lowered his voice to a near whisper. “And you may be assured, Miss Marshville, you would want it.” He trailed his eyes over her face. “I would kiss the proper from you. I would kiss the frown from your lips. Kiss you until your knees knocked together with weakness and your hands,” he snared one of those hands in his and raised the trembling fingers to his lips. Her mouth quivered, as he kissed the tip of her middle three fingers. “And your hands would not be capable of anything but twining about my neck, with your desire for more.” His gaze fell to the creamy white skin of her neck, to where the pulse throbbed wildly there.

“Y-you are wrong,” she whispered.

Her hand still delicately clasped in his, Jonathan moved the tip of her fingers to that hard, pounding just below her jawbone. “Perhaps I am. But I don’t think so.” He released her suddenly and she sat there at the edge of her seat blinking wildly up at him.

Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love is available at the following e-tailers:

http://amzn.to/1pXKIVE Amazon

http://bit.ly/1D0XGME Barnes and Noble

IMG_1089-2About the Author:

Christi Caldwell is the bestselling author of historical romance novels set in the Regency era. Christi blames Judith McNaught’s “Whitney, My Love,” for luring her into the world of historical romance. While sitting in her graduate school apartment at the University of Connecticut, Christi decided to set aside her notes and try her hand at writing romance. She believes the most perfect heroes and heroines have imperfections and rather enjoys tormenting them before crafting a well-deserved happily ever after!

When Christi isn’t writing the stories of flawed heroes and heroines, she can be found in her Southern Connecticut home chasing around her feisty six-year-old son, and caring for twin princesses-in-training!

She loves hearing from readers and can be reached at christicaldwellauthor@gmail.com

Visit www.christicaldwellauthor.com to learn more about what Christi is working on, or join her on Facebook at Christi Caldwell Author, and Twitter @ChristiCaldwell

 

 

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13 Responses to Spotlight on Christi Caldwell and Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love

  1. melissakeir says:

    The cover is amazing and I love the spirited miss who won’t let Sin get away with his bad habits. 🙂

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  2. jdh2690 says:

    Soooo glad you have another new release, Christi! Love your historical romances….and so glad they fit into my favorite reading genre. 🙂 jdh2690@gmail.com

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  3. lizaoconnor says:

    I have to buy this. Or will once I find a link to buy it….
    The cover is gorgeous, the premise in intriguing and the excerpt is compelling.
    Now where’s the bloody link….grumble grumble… I can find anything these days.

    Liza wanders off to Amazon

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  4. Daisy Banks says:

    I enjoyed this snippet and I know I’ll enjoy more. Gorgeous cover too.

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  5. Sounds like a great read!

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  6. The cover is spectacular. Shall look forward to the read.

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  7. debloumac says:

    Love it! I have enjoyed all you books and can’t wait to read this one. And the covers are gorgeous!

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