Kensington historical romance author Christie Kelley visits the blog tomorrow. Christie and her family recently underwent a major house remodeling, so naturally she’s writing about Writing in Hell. I’ve been in Christie’s position before, although as an unpub, so I kinda know what she’s talking about. I can’t imagine writing to a deadline while undergoing a major remodel, however. Yikes.
Yes, we’ll share the Before and After photos of her house. As if that’s not enough incentive to drop by, Christie’s also giving away a copy of her March release, EVERY TIME WE KISS.
Here’s the back cover copy:
It’s been five years since Lady Jennette Selby’s fiancé died. Each courting season since has been filled with suitors eager to win her affection. But Jennette’s guilt has prompted her to swear off marriage. For her secrets are as dark as she is beautiful, and the accidental death of her fiancé was tainted by a forbidden attraction…
Matthew Harris, the new earl of Blackburn, has been scorned by the ton for unintentionally killing Lady Jennette’s fiancé. Forced to sell his estates and abandon his tenants if he does not marry a wealthy, respectable woman, Matthew turns to Lady Jennette to help him find a suitable wife. But sharing such close quarters only re-ignites an all-consuming desire neither can resist-even as every shadow of the past threatens to tear them apart.
A former software developer, Christie Kelley is the author of two historical romances for Kensington. EVERY NIGHT I’M YOURS was a February 2008 release and EVERY TIME WE KISS is a March 2009 release. She is a former Golden Heart finalist and won the 2008 Golden Leaf Contest for Best Historical. Christie lives in Maryland with her husband and two sons.
To learn more about Christie and her books, please visit her website.