Stories & Sweets with Elizabeth Michels and Christy English

Elizabeth Michels

Sat., Feb 8th, 2014, 2:00 pm
@ Fiction Addiction
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Christy English

Join us for a romantic pre-Valentine’s Day Stories  &  Sweets event with North Carolina romance novelists Elizabeth Michels and Christy English as they discuss their new romance novels, Must Love Dukes (Sourcebooks, paperback, $6.99, on sale 2/4/14) and Much Ado About Jack (Sourcebook, paperback, $6.99, on sale 2/4/14).

**$10.00 ticket includes a $10.00 voucher that can be redeemed at the event

Must Love Dukes

She Can’t Resist A Dare

Lillian Phillips could not imagine how her quiet, simple life had come to this. Blackmailed by the Mad Duke of Thornwood into accepting one wild dare after another…all because of a pocket watch. Desperate to recover her beloved father’s pawned timepiece, Lily did something reckless, dangerous, and delicious — something that led to a night that she’d never forget.

He Has A Reputation for Scandal

When Devon Grey, Duke of Thornwood, runs into the mesmerizing, intoxicating, thieving woman who literally stole from his bedchamber — along with his new pocket watch — Devon plots his revenge. If the daring wench likes to play games, he’s happy to oblige. After all, what’s the use of being the Mad Duke if you can’t have some fun? But the last laugh just might be on him…

Much Ado About Jack

What do a rogue countess and a sea captain have in common? Absolutely nothing.

Sparks fly when Angelique Beauchamp discovers Captain James Montgomery (Jack) aboard her prized ship.  She tells him to step off, and to step out of her life, but the good captain does not take orders well. With lively banter and steamy interludes, these two can’t seem to stay away from each other. Everyone from the Prince Regent to her old lover Anthony Carrington is wondering, why is there so Much Ado About Jack?

About the authors:

Elizabeth Michels grew up on a Christmas tree farm in rural South Carolina. After tip-toeing her way through school with her focus on ballet steps and her nose in a book, she met a boy and followed him a thousand miles away from home to Kansas City, Missouri. They spent their summers visiting his
family in Middlesbrough, England soaking up culture and history.  Elizabeth attended Park University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Interior Design.

Elizabeth now spends her days creating plots and concocting characters. When she is not typing as fast as human movement will allow, she is caring for her husband and now 5 year-old boy. Elizabeth  is a lover of happily-ever-afters; whether in her writing life or in her home life, she spends her days with one word on her lips: love.  She invites you to read her stories, get lost and enjoy.

Christy English is excited to bring the Bard to Regency England after years of acting in Shakespeare’s plays. When she isn’t acting, roller skating, or chasing the Muse, Christy writes historical novels (The Queen’s Pawn and To Be Queen) from her home in North Carolina. She has a Bachelor’s in History from Duke University.

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