Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Aloha to Jennifer Haymore and THE ROGUE'S PROPOSAL

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The heroine on this cover would be very cold with the East Coast weather!   So she'll need a coat ... or maybe not with that passionate embrace with the hot hero!   Jennifer Haymore knows how to heat up the pages with her sensual historicals ... and she delivers in THE ROGUE'S PROPOSAL, Book 2 in the House of Trent series:

Lord Lukas Hawkins, the rakish second son of the House of Trent, has never found a wager he couldn't win or a woman he couldn't seduce—until his search for his missing mother leads him to a mysterious encounter with a beautiful stranger.

Luke's mother has been missing for months, and while his honorable older brother Simon, Duke of Trent, leads the official investigation from London, Luke sets out on a somewhat seedier path. Sources have told him his mother was last seen with a scoundrel named Roger Morton, but their association isn't clear. Was she kidnapped or did she go willingly?

While searching for Morton, Luke meets Emma Anderson, a secretive beauty with her own reasons for hunting Morton. At first Luke laughs at the idea of allowing a woman to join him in his search, but soon Emma's insights into Morton—like the woman herself—prove impossible to resist.


I am giving away a print copy of THE ROGUE'S PROPOSAL to one randomly selected commenter.  To enter the giveaway,

1.  Leave a comment book covers - what draws you to the cover?  

2.  This giveaway is open to all readers.

3.  Comments are open through Saturday, January 25, 10 pm in Baltimore.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, January 26.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

To learn more about Jennifer and her books, check out her website at jenniferhaymore.com, including other books in the House of Trent series.


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25 comments:

  1. I like a variety of covers. Probably the ones I don't care for are the cutsey ones or totally explicit ones but pretty much everything else is good.

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  2. I've always loved the clinch cover, and The Rogue's Proposal is a good example. I want to feel that the couple is attracted to one another so I get excited to read their story.

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  3. At first glance I am drawn to colors. I do want an interesting cover. I don't mind covers that are a tad saucy.

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  4. The first things that catches my attention on a book cover is the colors. Then I look for clues that it is a HISTORICAL romance. Next is the characters and their poses.

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  5. The first thing that draws me to a book cover are the sexy pictures, colors, and lastly that it is an historical.

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  6. Different things draw me. Color draws me first and then the cover itself.

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  7. I'm a sucker when it comes to a book cover and have been known to buy a book for that reason alone. I like a variety of covers and all of them usually have real people or animals on them. I like covers that can draw my eye to it. It doesn't have to show their faces and I prefer they be dressed and if they contrast the right colors then it's probably going to be an attractive cover.

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  8. I'm a sucker for a Hot Man on the cover. I'm not a fan of scenery!

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  9. I love the pretty ball room dresses!

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  10. Please do NOT enter me. I just wanted to say I read the book and really liked it, including the first in the series.

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  11. I read the first book in series, and loved it. I've also managed to find The Rogues Proposal at the library, but haven't read it yet.

    I love to see a good looking couple on the cover, or a cute guy.

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  12. This sounds fantastic :) Thanks for sharing! Ummm... I like the dresses sure, but I'm not a fan of the "dress practically falling off and man boobs hanging out" bodice ripper ol' skool covers. I do like a lot of the new styles though. Now I don't have to make book covers as much!

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  13. I'm one of those people who don't pay much attention to covers, especially as it relates to purchasing the book.

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  14. I don't pay much attention to covers. The blurb and excerpt are more important to me.

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  15. I like the book covers to portray the genre of the book. I.E., if it's an historical romance, I like the hero and heroine in period dress/costume. If it's an historical western romance, I like ranch attire on the characters. If it's a contemporary romance, I like casual or business attire to fit the characters in the story. I don't like caricatures on covers or too cheesey of a pose...I like real models. Thanks for asking and thanks for the post! jdh2690@gmail.com

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  16. I like a variety of covers....people on them, animals on them, scenery, etc.

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  17. I too like the cover to fit the genre. I want to see real men and women on the covers as well. I also love to see cover model Jimmy Thomas, can't help it I love his covers. :) And last but not least, beautiful colors draw me in.I have always enjoyed Jennifer's books. I haven't read this series yet.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  18. I like the colors of the dresses and the romantic feel they depict, especially for historical romance books.

    Marcy Shuler
    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. I love scenery on my book covers.

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  20. Sexy hot guy. I usually prefer no face or face to the side....natural hair, There can be a female. But it seems I generally prefer not. ;-)

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  21. I like the covers with the hero and heroine where I can see their faces.

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  22. the colors and people

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  23. I'm usually drawn by an artistic cover, especially if it has attractive people on it. I have to admit, though, that a bit of tartan on the cover will draw my attention every time!

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  24. A beautiful dress on the cover usually draws me in, I like a bright color.

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  25. Color, great details that hint at the story inside, cute animals or a Christmassy detail. Love nothing more than a holiday story so the spring of holly in the cover on the right did catch my eye :D

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