This week Louise M. Gouge and Mary Moore with Giveaways

» Posted on Jan 12, 2015 in Blog | 13 comments

Congratulations to bn100 for winning Belle Calhoune’s Heart of a Solider, to Mary for winning Merrillee Whren’s Second Chance Reunion, and to Angela for winning Roger Bruner’s The Devil and Pastor Gus.

This week I’m hosting Louise M. Gouge with Cowboy Seeks a Bride (US only) and Mary Moore with Accidental Fiancee. If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on your post with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (Jan. 18th) evening.

CoverBio for Louise M. Gouge:

Florida author Louise M. Gouge writes historical fiction for Harlequin’s Love Inspired Historicals. She received the prestigious Inspirational Readers’ Choice in 2005 and 2011 and the Laurel Wreath in 2012. When she isn’t writing or teaching her college classes, she and David, her husband of fifty years, enjoy visiting historical sites and museums. Please visit her Web site at

Blurb for Cowboy Seeks a Bride  by Louise M. Gouge

Four Stones Ranch Book 2

Marybeth O’Brien is everything rancher Randall Northam seeks in a wife…if she’d only say “I do.” Although his family paid for her train ticket West with the understanding the two would marry, Rand won’t pressure her to set a date. Especially since he suspects she’s learned about his reckless past. Who would want to marry an untamed cowboy like him? 

81oMjmIjW8L._SL1500_Bio of Mary Moore:

Mary Moore is a 15-year veteran of historical fiction and has been an avid student of the Regency era since the 1970s. For a season, Mary had to put her writing on hold while undergoing a battle with breast cancer. However, her difficult circumstances only fueled her excitement about writing, as she now incorporates her struggles into her books, dedicated to encouraging others in the Lord and using her talent to His glory.


Blurb for Accidental Fiancee by Mary Moore:

Necessary Nuptials 

Lady Grace Endicott never would have dreamed she’d be ruined by a rake. But after an innocent encounter with notorious scoundrel Lord Weston is misconstrued, her beloved sister’s introduction to society—and her own reputation—are put at risk. The only way to avoid a scandal is a betrothal. 

Brandon Roth—Lord Weston—doesn’t quite know what to think of his independent fiancée…or their growing friendship. Yet their engagement ruse is quickly becoming more than a temporary fix. If he can convince Grace that his wicked ways are now far behind him, he’ll be able to prove that he wants nothing more than to care for the lovely lady…



  1. I would love to win either of the books this week. Thank you for the chance to win.

    😀 Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

  2. would be happy happy happy to win.

  3. Love this week’s author bios. Thanks for the chance to win!
    sallyshupe1 at gmail dot com

  4. I would love to win one or both of these books. I almost bought the “Cowboy Seeks a Bride yesterday.

    • Sorry I forgot to give my email address: imabrassy1 (at)yahoo(dot)com
      Would like either. Almost bought the Cowboy Seeks a Bride one yesterday.

  5. I love Regency era books and I haven’t read a book by Mary Moore yet so I’m looking forward to it! Thanks for the giveaway!
    garfsgirl AT hotmail DOT com

  6. Nice covers

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  7. Thank you!!

    I have added both books to my reading list. Fantastic.


  8. Would love to read your books! Good luck ladies

  9. Both books sound interesting!! Thanks for the giveaway .


  10. Would love to win either book. They both sound wonderful.

  11. Thanks, everyone for your interest and your comments. I wish you all the best. I always welcome comments about my stories.

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