The Hawaiian word of the day is
It is laughter.
Victoria Alexander is the master of laughter ... and delivers plenty of it in her newest Victorian Romance, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING WICKED:
For Winfield Elliott, Viscount Stillwell, finding a prospective bride always seemed easy. Perhaps too easy. With three broken engagements to his name, Win is the subject of endless gossip. Yet his current mission is quite noble: to hire a company to repair his family's fire-damaged country house. Nothing disreputable in that--until the firm's representative turns out to be a very desirable widow.
Lady Miranda Garrett expected a man of Win's reputation to be flirtatious, even charming. But the awkward truth is that she finds him thoroughly irresistible. While Miranda resides at Millworth to oversee the work, Win occupies her days, her dreams. . .and soon, her bed. For the first time, the wicked Win has fallen in love. And what began as a scandalous proposition may yet become a very different proposal. . .
"For love, laughter, and lots of fun, read Victoria Alexander." --Stephanie Laurens, New York Times bestselling author
|Victoria (left) poses with me at RWA/2013.|
I am giving away a print copy of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING WICKED to one randomly selected commenter. Comments are open through Saturday, February 2, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, February 3.
Kim in Hawaii
To learn more about Victoria and her books, check out her website at victoriaalexander.com.