Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Book Spotlight and E-book Giveaway from Collette Cameron!!

Hi Guys!

Today's a super fun day. I'm spotlighting my friend Collette Cameron and her newest release a sexy fun Scottish set Regency romance called Triumph and Treasure! She's giving away one digital copy of The Earl's Enticement (a fantastic book!) so be sure to LEAVE YOUR EMAIL in the comment section!

Check out this fun cover!!

Triumph and Treasure
Book One in the Highlander Heather Romancing a Scot Series

A disillusioned Scottish gentlewoman.
Angelina Ellsworth once believed in love—before she discovered her husband of mere hours was a slave-trader and already married. To avoid the scandal and disgrace, she escapes to her aunt and uncle’s, the Duke and Duchess of Waterford. When Angelina learns she is with child, she vows she’ll never trust a man again.

A privileged English lord.
Flynn, Earl of Luxmoore, led an enchanted life until his father committed suicide after losing 
everything to Waterford in a wager. Stripped of all but his title, Flynn is thrust into the role of marquis as well as provider for his disabled sister and invalid mother. Unable to pay his father’s astronomical gambling loss, Flynn must choose between social or financial ruin.

When the duke suggests he’ll forgive the debt if Flynn marries his niece, Flynn accepts the duke’s proposal. Reluctant to wed a stranger, but willing to do anything to protect her babe and escape the clutches of the madman who still pursues her, Angelina agrees to the union.

Can Flynn and Angelina find happiness and love in a marriage neither wanted, or is the chasm between them insurmountable? 

Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing

Triumph and Treasure
An Excerpt!

Angelina turned to Flynn.
She couldn’t read his shuttered expression. His jaw clenched with suppressed strain as his fingers flexed around the tankard.
She’d never seen him this way—like a tightly coiled spring or an adder ready to strike. A fresh blow of betrayal slammed into her.
He’d known. And hadn’t told her. Warned her.  Prepared her.
Her gaze raced around the room. His family must have been informed as well. A dizzying rush of mortification suffused her.
Now would be a good time for the floor to open and swallow me, God.
Gripping the table, Angelina stood, shoving her chair away from the table as she did. She searched for another exit.
“I . . . I need . . .” She couldn’t finish, fearing she was going to vomit. Her back pained her something fierce.
Flynn whipped his head her direction. “Angelina?”
“No.” She tightened her hold on the table and refused to look at him. “Not now. Not here,” she managed, her voice scarcely more than a whispered rasp.                                                                                         
You should have told me, she screamed silently, swallowing convulsively as what little she’d eaten threatened to reappear.
Don’t let me be sick in front of everyone.
She couldn’t bear more humiliation.

About the Author:

Award winning, multi-published historical romance author, Collette Cameron, has a BS in Liberal Studies and a Master's in Teaching.  A Pacific Northwest Native, Collette’s been married most of her life, has three amazing adult children, and five dachshunds. Collette loves a good joke, inspirational quotes, flowers, the beach, trivia, birds, shabby chic, and Cadbury Chocolate. You'll always find dogs, birds, quirky—sometimes naughty—humor, and a dash of inspiration in her novels. Her motto for life? You can’t have too much chocolate, too many hugs, or too many flowers. She’s thinking about adding shoes to that list.

Connect with Collette:
Blue Rose Romance Blog:

You can connect with Collette on Goodreads, LinkedIn, and Google+  too. Go to her website for the links, her email address and mailing address.



  1. Thanks for helping me celebrate Triumph and Treasure's release, Lauren.

  2. Lauren--Thanks for the chance to win Collette's novel! Great excerpt and cover!

  3. Thanks for the opportunity -

  4. Hello, thanks for sharing this interesting information. I appreciate reading it. Moreover, this extract from book is rather greatly written, it took my breath away while I was reading it. I can use it in my reflection about my life. Thanks a lot.