Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Spotlight and Giveaway: Marrying Mr. Darcy

Today we are featuring the second novel in Kate O'Keeffe's Love Manor series, Marrying Mr. Darcy. If you haven't read Dating Mr. Darcy yet (what are you waiting for?), read that first and then pick this one up. Kate has THREE e-books to share with some lucky readers!

**Synopsis contains spoilers for Dating Mr. Darcy**

Is it a truth universally acknowledged, that a girl can humiliate herself on reality TV and still get her fairy tale ending?

Emma Brady is in shock. She fell in love with Sebastian Huntington-Ross on national television, showing everyone that opposites can most definitely attract. Now, he's asked her to marry him and live happily ever after in his fancy English manor. It's a fairy tale ending.

Or is it?

The problem is the TV audience wanted Sebastian to marry someone else. And in choosing Emma to be his bride, Sebastian could lose everything his aristocratic family has held dear for generations. Not to mention Sebastian's formidable granny, who goes out of her way to make Emma feel like she doesn't belong.

With enough hurdles to keep an Olympian jumping, can Emma and Sebastian find a way to stay together? Or will the pressures pulling them apart cancel their trip down the aisle?

Kate O'Keeffe
 is a bestselling author of fun, feel-good chick lit and romantic comedies. She lives and loves in beautiful Hawke's Bay, New Zealand with her family, two scruffy dogs, and a cat who thinks he's a scruffy dog too.

He's not: he's a cat.

When she's not penning her latest story, Kate can be found hiking up hills (slowly), traveling to different countries around the globe, and eating chocolate. A lot of it.

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Giveaway ends November 16th at midnight EST.


Yasmine Hamandi said...

This book sounds great. I love pride and prejudice and always like to read different versions and retellings of this story.

Linda Kish said...

I am but, not an avid fan.

Kelly Rodriguez said...

Yes, I definitely love Jane Austen books.

Amy Vox Libris said...

YES! I became a high school English teacher because I love her books so much.

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