Friday, March 21, 2014

Spring Fling with Kensington - Vanessa Kelly's CONFESSIONS OF A ROYAL BRIDEGROOM


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Spring is here ... let's celebrate in style with Vanessa Kelly's CONFESSIONS OF A ROYAL BRIDEGROOM:

They are the Renegade Royals, illegitimate sons of the Royal Princes, each finding his rightful place in society—and the woman destined to be his perfect match…

Some men are born into scandal. Others pursue it with a passion. Griffin Steele, secret son of the Duke of Cumberland, is guilty on both counts. Yet somehow London’s most notorious scoundrel has been saddled with an abandoned baby boy—and with the unflappable, intriguing spinster summoned to nurse him…

Justine Brightmore may be a viscount’s niece, but she’s also a spy’s daughter, determined to safeguard the infant when his suspected royal parentage makes him a target. Yet how to protect herself from the rakish Griffin? Marriage might shield her reputation, but it can only imperil her heart, especially with a groom intent on delicious seduction…

Confessions of a bride ... she loves the kai!

I am giving away a print copy of CONFESSIONS OF A ROYAL BRIDEGROOM to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway,

1.  Leave a comment about Spring - what are your plans?

2.  Comments are open through Saturday, March 29, 10 pm in Baltimore. 

3.  I'll post the winner on Sunday, March 30.

Mahalo,

Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City

To learn more about Vanessa and her books, check out her website at vanessakellyauthor.com.

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27 comments:

  1. My plan is to lose some weight. I'm going to the gym regularly and trying to eat better.

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  2. I'm looking forward to taking more walks as the weather gets warmer.

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  3. Just getting outside!! And celebrating both my daughter's birthdays.

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  4. I love Vanessa's books. My plans for Spring are to lose weight (which I am currently working on), get outside, and walk farther than I do now.

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  5. Trying to see if I can grow tomatoes that actually fruit BEFORE the weather turns frosty, lol.

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  6. Spring time usually means a big clean up of the garden. My trees shed during autumn & winter & make a mess.

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  7. Planting a vegetable garden and cleaning out my flower gardens :)
    Lori

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  8. College football spring game - April 12th!

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  9. I can't wait for the color to come back and the leaves to start peaking out.

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  10. I will be so happy to be able to go outside without multiple layers of clothes.

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  11. I plan to be on the beach as much as possible.

    lag110 at mchsi dot com

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  12. I'm going to be concentrating on physio-therapy on my elbow. I want to be better so as I can pull my suitcase along when I go to England in June........... Love Vanessa's books, and have been looking forward to reading this....... ;-)

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  13. Hubby and I are heading to Florida for Easter! And hopefully I can get some walking in if my knee doesn't act up.

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  14. walk, walk, and walk some more ;) Me and my dog have gained some winter weight and this is the perfect way for both of us to trim down :) Thanks for the fun post and giveaway!

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  15. I'm really hoping to get back into walking. And surviving the spring allergy season.

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  16. We'll celebrate Easter with the family, and we'll be attending the Kentucky Derby in May.

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  17. since they are predicting snow again next week, Spring is taking it's time getting here, but when it does I have a lot of outdoor projects to do!

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  18. maybe plant flowers

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  19. I am hoping to drop a few pounds (or more!) before summer, so for spring, I hope to get out walking on the boardwalk consistently & get to the gym.

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  20. Our plans for Spring have already begun in earnest as we are having a whopping big family get-together for Easter on April 20 (brother, sister, cousins, six children, 10 grandchildren). We've been working hard in the yard to weed, trim, mow and plant, including dismantling an old rusty metal shed and erecting a new one in its place. Now we're onto planning games for the kids and adults and a feast fit for queen, kings and kidlets. In between all that I've been doing taxes and spring cleaning inside, bike riding and walking to enjoy our neighborhood with our Yorkie. Then, I'm afraid, the heat and drought will hit us in central California with a bang and we'll practically living indoors again like those in the East do during the winter. jdh2690@gmail.com

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  21. Unfortunately, Spring here in Florida brings lots of oak pollen, so my plans for the immediate future this spring is to stay indoors so I don't sneeze my head off. Once the pollen dies down, it's time to go out for walks in the neighborhood getting ready to walk in a 5k coming up. :D

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  22. No big plans yet for our Spring. We never really had a winter here, so I'm just hoping that Spring does not get too hot! :)

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  23. I'll help my daughter get her garden going and spend time outdoors with my grandkids.

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  24. I'm looking forward to opening the windows and hearing the birds sing.

    Marcy Shuler

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  25. If Spring ever gets here, I'll be looking forward to seeing the grass that's hiding under all that snow. And hope to start spending time outside once the cold weather is behind us!

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  26. Hi Kim!

    I'm so excited about the release on April 1st of Confessions of a Royal Bridegroom, book three in Vanessa's Renegade Royals Series and that her next book in the series, Tall, Dark, and Royal will be released in November! Didn't you just love her first two books in the series, Lost in a Kiss and Secrets of Seducing a Royal Bodyguard?

    Don't you just love Springtime? I love that the snow will finally be gone soon and I'm already thinking of how much I'll enjoy being outside and being able to watch the daffodils coming up and being able to sit outside and read in the sunshine! I don't know about Baltimore but I know here that I've had it with shoveling and can't wait for the rain to be falling instead of snow and the birds singing out their welcome to warmer welcome!

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  27. I'm almost dreading spring because this year, I'm really going to have to tackle that spring cleaning! I've been putting it off and putting it off but I've been so lazy, I've left a lot lying around that needs to find a permanent spot whether it's in the garbage or put away.

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