Friday, December 14, 2007

THE GREAT ADVENT CALENDAR GIVEAWAY

DAY FIFTEEN

December 15th

Diana sent me a picture she took on her cell phone. The lily pool, just a glimpse of the pavilion deck, can't see the fig tree though -- have you ever had fresh figs for breakfast? Scrummy...


And no Zahir.


He's struggling with the needs of family, duty, tradition. He's already gone his own way in his career -- commerce was always more appealing than diplomacy. Now, in the question of marriage he has committed himself to the path of duty.


But that was before he met Diana and while his cousin Han eased his path once before, this time he's on his own.


Meanwhile, he's made a bit of a hit around the blogs. The Pink Heart Society even featured him as their Male on Monday this week. Enough to gladden a sheikh's heart, wouldn't you say?



Oh, and I have a correction to my previous post. It wasn't Snookie who has read nearly all my books, it's Penn. (Although Snookie has read a lot!) Hopefully, now Miranda and Jago's story has left my desk, the brain will return to normal function.

You all got yesterday's question right and the winner of yesterday's draw, is Jennifer, from Georgia who wins the copy of The Billionaire Takes a Bride. It's on its way, Jennifer!


So on to Day 15, and behind the door is another early Liz Fielding, BITTERSWEET DECEPTION. Kate has been offered a job that's the answer to her prayers, but you just know it's not going to be that easy, don't you? The nice old lady who interviewed her as a nephew. Kate has already met Jay Warwick and is in no rush to repeat the experience...


This is the book I set in Norfolk (UK), using the lovely Blickling Hall, owned by the National Trust, as the basis for my fictional stately home. We used to live in a lovely old house on the estate, and some of the details of the garden in this book were based on my own.


To win this book send me an email at liz @lizfielding.com with Day Fifteen in the subject line, your name and address in the body of the text with the name of one of my books with a girl's name in the title. (Hint, there's more than one!)

4 comments:

Snookie said...

I love these older covers :) They take me back in time...

Jan Jones said...

I love that lily pool...

Liz Fielding said...

Going back through the books I'm just amazed at how many different kinds of cover there have been, Snookie.

I think we've had three changes in the UK in the last eighteen months -- but I can't say I'm sorry to see the back of the orange!

Liz Fielding said...

I'd love to be lying on silken cushions in a pavilion by that pool right now, Jan!