Monday, February 1, 2010

Cover Love ~ Elizabeth Hoyt...























Elizabeth Hoyt has posted the cover, stepback and excerpt for her next book, Wicked Intentions. The cover is different from her usual covers, more subtle. But she still has that gorgeous stepback!

You can read the excerpt here. Wicked Intentions is due out this August. First off I like that it's set in 1737. There's plenty of Regency and Victorian set romances so it's nice to have a different time period. Second, the excerpt grabbed my interest. Both the heroine and the hero have potential. I just hope the heroine doesn't cave too quickly to what ever Lord Caire has up his sleeve.

10 comments:

  1. Wow, that's some backstep. Beautiful.

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  2. I'm so excited for her next book. I do love that she sets her books earlier than most.

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  3. Leslie, I saw this last night and started to drool... I'm so excited about this new book! I just love the stepback... it looks so yummy. ;P

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  4. Thanks for posting this...isn't it just lovely? I am a huge E. Hoyt fangirl. Lord Caire sounds delicious. I don't know how I can wait til August!!

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  5. I will read anything she writes so I can't wait for this!

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  6. Barbara ~ Doesn’t Hoyt get the prettiest ones?

    Lori ~ I love that she gives us something different.

    Hils ~ Isn’t it gorgeous?

    Scorpio M. ~ Lord Caire – I can’t wait to read about him!

    Mary ~ Have you read her free novella, The Ice Princess, she has on her website? I love when authors give us those extra reads. :)

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  7. I'm so embarrassed to say I have not yet read any of Elizabeth Hoyt's work. I do have the three Prince books on the good ole TBR, though.

    I agree that the 1737 time period sounds refreshing!

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  8. Christine ~ are you doing Keishon's TBR challenge? You could read one of Hoyt's for the challenge.

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  9. Leslie, I have the Ice Princess bookmarked and yet I forget to read it. So thanks for the reminder : )

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