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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Lusting for Covers (13): Not Quite a Wife by MaryJo Putney


Lusting for Covers is a weekly meme, held on Sunday, that allows bloggers to share their current cover obsession with fellow book lovers.

This meme is hosted by TBQ @ TBQ's Book Palace.


This Weeks Selection:
Not Quite a Wife by MaryJo Putney
Publisher: Zebra, (Aug 2014)
Series: Lost Lords, 6
Genre: Historical Romance

Book Blurb:

"Putney's endearing characters and warm-hearted stories never fail to inspire and delight." --Sabrina Jeffries

"No one writes historical romance better." --Cathy Maxwell

Marry in haste, repent at leisure.

James, Lord Kirkland, owns a shipping fleet, half a London gaming house, and is a ruthlessly effective spymaster. He is seldom self-indulgent. . .except when it comes to the gentle, indomitable beauty who was once his wife. Laurel Herbert gave James her heart as an innocent young girl--until she saw him perform an act of shocking violence before her very eyes. That night she left her husband, and he let her go without a word of protest. Now, ten years later, a chance encounter turns passionate, with consequences that cannot be ignored. But as they try to rebuild what was broken, they must face common enemies and a very uncommon love. . ..

"Of all Putney's heroes, the Lost Lords are the most irresistible--bad boys who are so very good." --RT Book Reviews

Don't miss the first of Mary Jo Putney's unforgettable Lost Lords!

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Why?
When I saw this on Facebook this past week I just fell in love with the cover. I mean it's a beautiful color of purplish-pink. Plus, I love the title. So, what are you lusting for? Could it be as simple as a lovely dress or a title? 


2 comments:

  1. Oh, that dress -- I WANT! But only if it looks as good on me as it does on her. LOL. And, sadly, life never works that way, does it? I don't think I have ever read one of Putney's books ... wait, maybe one, years ago? But I'm definitely putting this series on my list now!

    Enjoy,
    TBQ

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  2. That's the good thing with historical books covers, the dresses we get to see but will never be able to wear lol !

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