Kieran Kramer has quite the resume: Student abroad in Scotland. Multiple game show winner. Richard Dawson kisser. CIA analyst. English Teacher. Mom. And spouse to a Naval Reservist.
|Kieran (middle) with the delicious Tim Tams!|
Kieran also writes delicious historical romances - she delighted us with the Impossible Bachelor Series. In August, Kieran launched a new series, The House of Brady, with LOVING LADY MARCIA:
Marcia gets schooled…
Of the three Brady sisters, Lady Marcia has always seemed the girl most likely to lead a perfectly charmed life. But after a handsome cad breaks her heart, she swears off love and devotes her life to teaching girls at a private school. In spite of her family’s wish for a London debut, Marcia is happy where she is—until terrible news sends her back to the Brady clan…and into the arms of an unexpected suitor.
On the subject of love.
A dark and dashing earl who knows Marcia’s past, Duncan Lattimore is surprised by what a fascinating and independent woman she’s become. Marcia, too, is surprised—by the fiery attraction she feels for Duncan. But why—why—must he be the brother of the scoundrel who broke her heart? Why must Marcia’s rival at school forbid her from seeing him? How can this lady possibly resist this fellow—when they know that it’s much more than a hunch…?
|Kieran (right) with Cathy Maxwell at the SOS Mixer|
Kieran has been a generous supporter of military families through SOS America. In honor of her support, I am giving away a print copy of LOVING LADY MARCIA to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway,
1. Leave a comment about a game show on which you would like to be a contestant. Although I love Jeopardy, I think I am better suited for Family Feud.
2. This giveaway is open to all readers.
3. Comments are open through Saturday, October 13, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, October 14.
Kim in Hawaii
From the Medal of Honor Book of Quotes, Robert R. Ingram, United States Navy,
The reality of the combat experience teaches
life's greatest lesson - humility.
Robert served as a Corpsman in Vietnam.
He received the Medal of Honor thirty years after his service.