If you’re like me, you’re busy busy busy. I love to visit blogs, but it seems I never have time to get by in a timely fashion…and never in time to win anything! Well, no worries about that here. The Historical Reader Salon will be open all month long and you can come by anytime during the month to join the conversation and enter to win! No rush, no hurry…just a nice relaxing visit (or three) at your leisure. Each month, I’ll throw out a topic for discussion as well as ways for you to win. We’ll keep the conversation going in the comments section and just see how our Reader Salon grows. Hopefully it will develop into a thriving community centered around what we all love—historical romance!

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Day 20: A Breath of Scandal by Elizabeth Essex






 

Welcome to day twenty of March SWEET Madness—a month long party to celebrate the upcoming release of my novel, SWEET MADNESS, available April 2, 2013.

 

Today I am featuring another favorite author, and coincidentally, another Elizabeth! Elizabeth Essex writes fabulously, I assure you. Last year, she was up for the prestigious Romance Writers of America’s RITA award, and another book, Almost a Scandal, is a finalist, along with my own Sweet Deception, for the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence for published historical romance!

 

Today, I chose to feature her most current novel, A Breath of Scandal, here today, and I think you’re going to love it.

 

More about the book:

 

Shockingly brash and scandalously independent, the Reckless Brides are boldly rewriting the rules of love and marriage—one smitten bachelor at a time…

In the game of kiss and tell, there are no rules…

THE LADY IS A KNOCKOUT

Forced by her family into an engagement with a man she can never abide, Antigone Preston knows only a scandal will save her from a loveless marriage. But knocking a man down to the ballroom floor with her fists brings dangerous consequences. She may have ruined her reputation, but now she’s endangered her heart…

THE OFFICER IS A GENTLEMAN

The son of an earl and a career navy man, Captain William Jellicoe has no interest in the frivolities of London—and even less in the institution of marriage. But there’s something steering him toward Antigone. He has never met anyone as brazen and unconventional as…himself. But will he risk it all for a woman who still has the breath of scandal hot on her lips?


 

And now for the fun part—your chance to win! Just fill out the rafflecopter form below. Contest will be open for 2 weeks—US & CANADA only, please).
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To find out more about Elizabeth, you can visit her website at:


 

I am also giving away a copy of either my debut, SWEET ENEMY or SWEET DECEPTION (winner’s choice) EVERY DAY of March SWEET Madness! (you will need to enter this contest separately every day for a new chance to win! OPEN INTERNATIONALLY)

Sweet Enemy

Beakers and ball gowns don't mix, so when lady chemist, Miss Liliana Claremont, goes undercover as a husband-hunter to investigate Lord Geoffrey Wentworth, the earl whose family she suspects murdered her father, romance isn't part of her formula. But it only takes one kiss to start a reaction she can't control...

Read the Prologue and First Chapter HERE...

Sweet Deception

Lady criminologist, Miss Emma Wallingford, unknowingly finds herself tangled up in the dangerous final mission of Lord Derick Aveline, a spy who also happens to be her long-lost first love. But when deception, however sweet, is the name of the game, no one can be trusted. And every love--and every life--is at risk.

Read the First Chapter HERE.
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And don’t forget SWEET MADNESS, coming April 2, 2013!

 
There’s a fine line between love and insanity…

Ever since her husband’s sudden and tragic death, Lady Penelope Bridgeman has committed herself to studying the maladies of the mind, particularly treating traumatized soldiers of the Napoleonic Wars. It is this expertise that brings the Marquess of Bromwich’s family to her door.

Gabriel Devereaux’s unexpected and unpredictable episodes are unlike any Penelope has studied. The once proud soldier has been left shaken and withdrawn, but she manages to build a fragile trust between them. Strangely, Gabriel seems completely lucid when not in the grips of his mania, and in the calm between bouts, she is surprised by how much she is drawn to him.

Despite his own growing feelings, Gabriel knows that he is fit for no one, and is determined to keep Penelope away from his descent into madness. But even though she knows firsthand the folly of loving a broken man, Penelope cannot stop herself from trying to save him, no matter the cost.

Read the Prologue and First Chapter HERE...

"In this emotional, compassionate romance...the powerful love story will sweep readers away."
~RT BookReviews, 4 1/2 stars

“The brilliance of Sweet Madness shines strongly and completely. Heather Snow is cutting edge…a master storyteller. Sweet Madness is a magnificent story.”
~Book Obsessed Chicks 5 stars

 

See you tomorrow, where our featured author is Alexandra Hawkins!!!

 

And don’t forget, giveaways are open for TWO weeks, so if you’ve missed any of the fabulous authors featured, visit the archives section and enter!

 

 

 

 

89 comments:

  1. Lets see! I love the ocean, it calms me down when I hear the ocean waves! But I would not go on a cruise!
    I do love story with sea captains!! The cover of "A breath of scandal" is gorgeous! Thank you Heather for everything you do!

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    1. Nicole,

      So glad you like the cover! And if you like oceans, You're going to love my heroes—they are all navy officers!

      And isn't Heather FABULOUS!?! I'm so happy to have my book on her blog celebrating SWEET MADNESS!

      Cheers, EE

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    2. You're so welcome (and Elizabeth, you're too sweet!)

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  2. I love the ocean, I live right on the Gulf of Mexico and was on boats all my life.

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    1. Sheryl:

      I grew up on the ocean in New England, and I miss, miss, miss it every day. I have a little fountain outside my window, but the sound isn't the same as the lovely cadence of waves breaking on the beach. Sigh.

      Thank goodness I have a great imagination. :)

      Cheers, and thanks for stopping by! EE

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  3. I love the ocean and water that I can't see across; I grew up in Michigan with all the Great Lakes so that explains it. I hope to move back home someday and live by the water.

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    1. Maria,

      I lived in Chicago for a long time, and even for a while, lived right on Howard Beach on the far north side. Lovely. I miss the water a great deal.

      And so now I just write stories about it. :)

      Thanks so much for stopping by to enter! Cheers, EE

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    2. All of you who grew up near the water are making me jealous! I am a water baby, and was fortunate enough to have grandparents who lived on a lake in the summers, but I would have loved living closer to big water!

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  4. I love the ocean. Unfortunately, I can't swim..

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    1. May,

      What an interesting conundrum! I think it's time for some swim lessons. :)

      But I do have to say, I enjoy the view of the ocean from a beach. Quite sublime. :)

      Thanks for stopping by to chat. CHeers, EE

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  5. never really been "on" the ocean... So I don't know how I'd do! I've been on beaches but that's entirely different :)

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    1. Erin:

      I think beaches should count. They're "on" the sea. :) And I hope you've enjoyed your view of the water from the beach. That's calming and lovely.

      Thanks so much for stopping by to celebrate SWEET MADNESS. Cheers, EE

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  6. All my life I hae had trouble with motion sickness, so I definately do NOT travel the ocean well. I do, however, LOVE the beach!!

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    1. Betty,

      I know exactly how hard it can be to deal with motion sickness. In fact, I wrote one of my best heroes ever, Col from ALMOST A SCANDAL who was a sailor who never left his boat because he suffered terribly from reverse, or land sickness, when he set foot on solid land.

      So I give you leave to stay on your beach and enjoy every minute there! (I will as well!).

      Thanks for stopping by to chat and celebrate Heather's new release with me. Cheers, EE

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    2. Land sickness...how brilliant!

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  7. I love the ocean although I've only seen it once in my entire life so far. I would like to go on a cruise....not sure if I'll get motion sickness though. I do love being on land too, being dry that is. :)

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    1. Kip,

      Only once? My goodness, once would not be enough for me! I miss seeing the ocean almost every day, since I live in a very landlocked city now.

      But thanks so much for stopping by to chat and help me celebrate with Heather! Cheers, EE

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    2. I developed sea sickness in my 30's :( However, it hasn't stopped me. Just slows me down for a few hours...

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  8. I love the ocean, but for swimming by the beach only. I am not the best swimmer and would not want to be in the middle of the ocean. I much prefer the land. I can move around with out having to worry about drowning.

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    1. Chris,

      The thing I LOVE about books is that we can experience all sorts of adventures without ever having to leave our armchairs, or get our feet wet. :)

      And even thought I'm a diver and a strong swimmer, I still have a very healthy respect and even fear of the ocean. (That's because deep down in my DNA, I'm a land mammal. :) )

      Thanks so much for stopping by to chat and celebrate March SWEET Madness with us! Cheers, EE

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  9. i'm more of a land lubber.... lol i love the sound of ocean though..:-)

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    1. Marilyn,

      I just ADORE the sound of the ocean. Nothing, absolutely nothing makes me feel half so relaxed and at peace with the world. AAHHHH.

      Hope you get to hear that sound soon. :) But thanks for taking the time to stop and chat with us today to celebrate Heather's latest release!! Cheers, EE

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  10. I love the land NEXT to the ocean!

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    1. Cheryl,

      You've made me laugh out loud. My favorite patches of land are always next to the ocean, too. Or in the ocean, like islands. :)

      Here's hoping you get to spend some time in the near future on some land NEXT to the sea. :)

      Thanks so much for coming by to chat with me and celebrate March SWEET Madness. Cheers, EE

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  11. Good morning Elizabeth and Heather! Well, I'm afraid I'm a land lubber due to sea sickness... even on ferries! But I love the ocean and wish I could live in a seaside town or city and love to visit such a place whenever I can. I also adore stories about dashing sea captains because I can be on the sea at least in my mind! And, of course, I love romances that involve dashing sea captains. jdh2690@gmail.com

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    1. Janice,

      I so sympathize with those who suffer from sea sickness, but I am mean enough to have given the complain to several of my characters, especially to Col in ALMOST A SCANDAL. But he got sick ever time he put a foot on land!

      But I'm so glad you like the dashing seas stories. I can take care of you there!

      So wishing you loads of happy, adventurous reading time, and sending you my thanks for stopping by today to chat and celebrate another day nearer to the release of SWEET MADNESS.
      Cheers, EE

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  12. growing up in New Mexico, i didn't have a chance to know much about oceans, but i always liked the lake where my daddy went fishing. my first serious boyfriend joined the navy, and I named my car (a blue & white '59 Galaxie) Sailor Boy. my husband is from CA and so as an adult I've gotten to be around the ocean a bit more and I do love the waves and the sound (but not the wind or coldness). And I do so want to go on a cruise sometime.

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    1. Donna,

      What a FABULOUS name for a car!!!!!! (My first was a seafoam green old volvo named Fiona. I have NO idea why.)

      And the sound of the waves is the best, isn't it. Now that I think on how wonderful, and wonderfully soothing the sound is, I'm sure we could go out and by a CD or an app that will play wave music on our iphones so we can fall asleep to waves. At the moment the closest thing I have to that is the indispensable Mr. Essex snoring lightly. :) Bless his heart.

      Thanks so much for stopping by to join our celebration! Cheers, EE

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    2. The ocean breeze is one of the things I love best about the ocean. I get hot easily, so I welcome a good breeze whenever I can get one!

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  13. I do love the ocean, but mostly have just enjoyed looking at it from the beach. I've been on a few catamaran sails but have never even taken a cruise.

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    1. Di,

      I love sailing small boats like catamarans and catboats and sunfish because they are so elemental. And great fun. :)

      And even with all of my sailing, I have never had any desire to go on a big, modern cruise. I would just spend all day staring at the waves, imagining what it might have been like..... Oh, wait I already wrote that book! :)

      Enjoy your view of the sea however you find it, and thanks so much for stopping by to chat today and to celebrate March SWEET Madness! Cheers, EE

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  14. While I love watching the wave action of the ocean and the Great Lakes (I'm originally from Michigan), I'm pretty much a land lubber! I've never taken a cruise except for a short one day trip out of Myrtle Beach on a Casino Cruise boat. I got slightly seasick. Fortunately, it only lasted about an hour and I began to feel better and could enjoy the rest of the day.

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    1. Karen,

      I used to be quite the sailor, but now, I tend to enjoy the view from the beach more. You're to be congratulated for even attempting to go out on a cruise boat for the day.

      Hope you find some time to enjoy the view from the beach and the feel of warm sand between your toes. Happy March SWEET Madnesss!

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    1. Olga,

      I salute you know knowing so firmly what you like. :)

      The view from the beach is often better than that from the ship!

      Thanks so much for stopping by today to celebrate with Heather and me! Cheers, EE

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  16. I do love water, but I prefer to watch the ocean from the beach. My dad used to take my sister and I out in his boat while he fished.

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    1. Kimberly,

      What a lovely memory to have of going out with your dad in his fishing boat.

      And as much as I love to sail, I ADORE sitting watching the ocean's rise and fall from the beach.

      Thanks so much for your stopping by to chat! Cheers, EE

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  17. I like the water the most. It is so vast and lovely. Thanks ofr giveaway.

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    1. Queen Sue,

      You have marvelous taste in views. :)

      And great taste in authors, too. Heather is one of my absolute favorites, and I'm so glad to come here today to celebrate her latest release.

      Wishing you plenty of reading time on that imaginary beach! Cheers, EE

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  18. Thank you for the lovely giveaways, Elizabeth and Heather ~ I love your books!!! And I love, love, love the siren's call of the sea!
    Cheers ~ Elizabeth

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    1. Elizabeth (great name!)

      I can't resist the siren call of the sea either. I'm sure that's why I write about it all the time. :)

      And I LOVE Heather's books, too! Hope you get a chance real soon to sit down by the sea and read one. Cheers, EE

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  19. While I enjoy reading or watching a movie set on water, I like being on land.

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    1. Kim,

      That's the great thing about books and movies—we get to have experiences and adventures vicariously. :0

      Thanks for stopping by today to chat about our vicarious adventures. Cheers, EE

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  20. I love the water and wished I lived by some!!

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    1. Me, too, Girly GIrl. Me, too.

      I miss, miss, miss the sound of the waves against the shore every night. Sigh. I'm sure there's an app for that now! :)

      Here;s wishing you some time to read by the water soon. Cheers, EE

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  21. I'm a land lubber, but I do enjoy cruises.

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    1. Jane,

      What fun! I've never been on a cruise, although I have worked on a tall ship once back in my misbegotten youth. But I love day sailing on small boats. That way I get to spend the night on land. :)

      So glad you came by to chat today and help celebrate March Sweet Madness with us. Cheers, EE

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  22. No ocean for me, thank you very much, which is odd because I live 5 minutes away from it LOL!

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    1. Azucena,

      I EVNY you your closeness to the ocean. I grew up living very close to the Atlantic—well actually the mouth of Long Island Sound—and I miss it terribly now that I live in the dry, dry middle of the country. I've tried to compensate in all sorts of ways, but there really is nothing so soothing to me as the sound a waves lapping against the sand.

      I hope even if you don't like the water, you can enjoy the view! But thanks so much for stopping by to chat and celebrate March Sweet Madness with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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  23. Land lubber all the way. I live not far (ie: 10 minutes) away from the ocean, but do not, DO NOT like the water.

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    1. Readsalot,

      I am so jealous of your proximity to the water. :( And I am so sorry that it's not your cup of briny tea. Perhaps we should switch places, and I can come live 10 minutes away, and you can live out in the dry middle of the prairie?

      Well that's the beauty of books—all sorts of fabulous things can happen without any of us having to leave our lovely safe houses. :)

      Thanks so much for commenting and celebrating with Heather and me! Cheers, EE

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  24. I absolutely LOVE sea captains especially pirate Lords of the sea! Some of my favorite titles are, "The Gift" by Julie Garwood, "Savannah Heat" by Kat Martin & "Almost A Lady" by Jane Feather. They are all delectable reads! I highly recommend them as I have read them at least 2 or more times already.

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    1. JPeezy,

      Oh, I LOVE to reread my favorites, too! Especially my old Kat Martin's and Jane Feathers!!!!

      I hope you'll like my sea captain's too, although not all of them are brash and sword waving types. But some are. :)

      Thanks so much for stopping by to comment and celebrate March Sweet Madness with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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    2. I LOVED the Gift. I loved Castles, too :)

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  25. I truly love the ocean (I'm a Pisces) but I get seasick so I love to swim in the ocean but you can keep the boats -- particularly the sail boats. But I'm crazy for sea captains and pirates!

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    1. Sandy,

      I am right next to you raising my hand for more sea captain, please! :) And honestly, my favorite way to enjoy them is from a nice comfy chair, preferably on the beach, with a love view.

      Hope yo find loads of peaceful reading time, and thanks so much for stopping by to chat and celebrate with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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  26. I like dashing sea captains (as well as dashing pirates). :D I like the ocean and don't have any trouble being out on it, no seasickness here so far. I'd rather be on a ship or boat though, than swimming in it.

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    1. Barbara,

      Three hearty 'huzzahs' for dashing sea captains! And I have to agree—I'd rather be on a boat than swimming. I think that's why I wanted to learn to be a diver, so I could see what was going on down there around my toes. :)

      Wishing you hours and hours of dashing sea captains to read about. Thanks so much for stopping by to chat and celebrate March SWEET Madness! Cheers, EE

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  27. I love all historical romance so I love the dashing sea captains & pirates.

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    1. Joni,

      Oh, I'm your author!!! I don't think I'll ever stop giving my readers the most dashing sea captains I can possibly create for them. :)

      Wishing you hours of peaceful reading time to indulge in those captains and pirates. Thanks so much for stopping by to celebrate with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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  28. Can't swim but love the ocean. I love a man in a naval uniform. JAG was one of my favorite shows.

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    1. Elizabeth,

      (Great name BTW!) My heart still beats fast when I picture how handsome those JAG officers looked in their uniforms. I think I must have had JAG percolating in the back of my mind when I began writing historicals. I liked the idea that there were other things my navy men could be doing than being on a ship all the time.

      Thanks so much for stopping by to chat with me today and celebrate Heather's March SWEET MADNESS. Cheers, EE

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    1. BN,

      Your answer is the simplest and the best. And all I can say is, Me, too! Hope your day gives you loads of time to read about the ocean in all sorts of different stories.

      Thanks so much for stopping by to comment and help celebrate March SWEET MADNESS with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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  30. I prefer taking vacations in the woods, but I do appreciate a good cruise on the ocean. :D

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    1. LilMissMolly,

      However and wherever you take your vacations, I hope you are able to take a nice adventurous romance novel with you to relax and read!

      Here's wishing you get to do that very soon, and thanks so much for taking the time to stop by to chat and celebrate March Sweet Madness with Heather and me. Cheers, EE

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  31. I've always loved the ocean, but I've never been on it in a boat/ship to know whether I get sick or not.

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    1. jmcgaugh,

      Well my advice would be to start on a small boat and for a short while. :) But I'm glad to find another soul who loves the ocean regardless. :)

      Thanks so much for stopping by to chat with me and celebrate Heather's March SWEET MADNESS! Happy reading, EE

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  32. In real life: Land. Am not a water fan!
    In novels: Take me away! ;-)

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    1. Chelsea,

      Yes, that's the spirit, exactly! I love books because I can have adventures and take chances and go to dangerous places and meet interesting people in my imaginations, without ever leaving my comfy chair, whether I'm in the woods, or the beach or even my car, sitting at my kids' baseball practice. :) Books are the best of ALL worlds!!

      THanks so much for stopping by to chat with me and celebrate Sweet Madness's coming release with Heather. Cheers, EE

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  33. I not come from a family of sea captains but also married a Navy man who sailed the oceans blue during Vietnam. Not only do we live on a lake but we're just 2 miles from the ocean!

    Since I live in Rhode Island it's a good thing I love the ocean because even though we're the smallest state we are one of the states in the US with the most shoreline!

    My family history goes back to one of my ancestors being the captain of the boat that carried my ancestors from Glascow to the United States so I guess the love of the sea has truly been carried down through the ages!

    PS: Yeah! Scandal in the Night will be released in July! Thanks Elizabeth for not making your readers wait!

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    1. Jeanne,

      Oh, my goodness a lake and near the coast in Rhode Island. This would be heaven, to me! Some of my happiest memories are of sailing all over Long Island Sound and Narragansett Bay back in my youth.

      And yes, Scandal in the Night will be out July 2nd, but I must warn you, there will be nary a sea captain in sight. It will be a big departure for me—pre-Raj India!!!!! But come November I'll be back to form with a novella about Ian Worth from Almost A Scandal. I'm writing as fast as I can to finish his story!

      THanks so very much for stopping by to chat with me, and to celebrate with Heather. Cheers, EE

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    1. Jena,

      Yeah, you! You're just my kind of reader! I ADORE a good pirate story, and am so glad so many historical authors have been giving them another turn lately (Eloisa James, Shana Galen to name two!). But although I love reading pirate stories, I've never given the bad boys of the ocean a turn as a hero. Hmmm. I'll have to think about trying it. :) For the moment I've still got my boat rather full with the sea captains.

      Thanks so much for stopping by to chat with me, and to celebrate March SWEET MADNESS with Heather! Cheers, EE

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    2. The Heir and Spare would dig you, then! We're in the middle of a LOOOOOOONG pirate phase ;)

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  35. I might be from the midwest, but I love being on boats and things, though I am definitely more of a freshwater girl if we're talking actually being in the water. :)

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    1. Megan,

      I'll take my water anywhere I can find it—fresh or salty! :) And I did some of my best work as an underwater archaeologist in a freshwater lake (great preservation there!), so I can sing the praises of fresh water all day long!

      So glad you stopped by to chat with me today, and to celebrate with Heather. Here's wishing you hours of happy reading. Cheers, EE

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  36. I want to thank everyone who came by to chat today! And I especially want to thank Heather for her generosity in sharing her stage with me today during March SWEET MADNESS!

    Best of luck to all the entrants in the drawing! And happy reading.

    Cheers, EE

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    1. SO happy to have you, Elizabeth. And thank you for being so gracious in chatting with commenters! Best of luck with your sea captains...may there be many more for us to love!

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  37. I have only visited the Atlantic ocean and it wasn't all that exciting. The beach was nice, but the water was just salty and kind of gross. It was really pretty to look at, though. I think I'll stick with land.

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    1. I do love the beach, but after a while the sand gets annoying (as it gets everywhere!). I'm a freshwater swimmer

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  38. I'm definitely a land lubber (sailing doesn't agree with me), but since I've retired I've been spending much more time on ocean cruises and liking it.

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    1. I'm going to give cruising another try. Got terribly sick last time, but I don't think I got ahead of it. Going to be more prepared next time!

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  39. It is my dream to live by the ocean on day!

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  40. I've been on one cruise, which I thoroughly enjoyed. And I grew up pretty much surrounded by water. When you add in all those great sea captain and pirate characters in novels, I say, Ahoy Matey! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  41. I'm a land lubber, but if the story is good I'll definitely find myself onboard without complaint.

    Marcy Shuler
    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  42. I like the beach and I really enjoyed the one cruise that I have been on. I do not get much opportunity to enjoy the ocean though since I live in Northeast Texas.

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  43. I am a land person. I can not swim. I almost drown a couple times as a child. I am terrified of water and water sports. I have never been in a boat. I know I am missing a lot of fun. But, fear is fear!!

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  44. I love the ocean. I would love to take a vacation where I cruised around the islands on my own boat.

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