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New Release Review and Giveaway! ANY GROOM WILL DO by Charis Michaels (The Brides of Belgravia #1)

Any Groom Will Do by Charis Michaels Series: The Brides of Belgravia Genre: Adult Historical Romance Publisher: Avon Books Publication Date: February 13, 2018 Lady Willow Hunnicut has always dreamed of living in London. With design talent and aspirations grander than London’s finest houses, she knows an unmarried heiress will never be allowed to live in the capital alone. But a married woman may come and go as she pleases. With a little imagination, a lot of courage, and one carefully worded advertisement, Willow concocts a plan to get everything she wants… even if she must take a husband in…

Charis Michaels, Author of ONE FOR THE ROGUE (The Bachelor Lords of London #3) Tells Her Favorite Books of 2016 (with a new release review and giveaway)

How can she teach manners to the rakish nobleman if he is determined to show her the thrill of scandal instead?   My Favorite Books of 2016 by Charis Michaels Is it wrong to promote my own book by raving about other books?  If it is, I did not get the memo. Recommending books is the perfect combination of two of my favorite things: Reading and telling people what to do. As my Christmas gift to you, I offer up my favorite books of 2016 and wish you a cozy fire and several hours of peace and quiet to curl…

Author Charis Michaels Tells How THE VIRGIN AND THE VISCOUNT Got Its Name (with a giveaway!)

Crafting a Book Title with a Title:  How The Virgin and the Viscount Got Its Name The Virgin and the Viscount was the very first romance manuscript I ever wrote, way back in 2004, twelve years before it would reach the hands of readers. Back then, it had a working title of A Proper Scandal. Back then, it was not connected to another book like it is now. Back then it was double the word count. After I finished the first draft, it languished with its old title and original length until I was able to revise it into my Bachelor…

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