Monday, May 9, 2016

**GIVEAWAY** Showcase One Pink Rose by Julie Garwood re-release

Today I'm so excited to be brining you this showcase of the re-release of Julie Garwood's One Pink Rose, this is the book that introduced the Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana.
Enjoy the showcase and enter to win a copy of For The Roses details below!

ISBN-13: 9781501131448
Publisher: Pocket Star/ Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 05/09/2016
Length: 162pp
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#1 New York Times bestselling queen of romance Julie Garwood “knows how to reach out and touch readers’ hearts” with this “laugh-out-loud little read…all delight, pure fun, and yummy” (RT Book Reviews), the first of her beloved Clayborne brothers novellas to be available as a separate ebook—at an irresistible price!
First introduced in Julie Garwood’s magnificent New York Times bestseller For the Roses, the Clayborne brothers of Blue Belle, Montana, have been embraced by millions worldwide. Their story begins in One Pink Rose.
Travis Clayborne may be the youngest of the Clayborne brothers, but he’s most definitely his own man—unless it means saying no to his beloved Mama Rose. And that’s why Travis is escorting young Bostonian Emily Finnegan to Golden Crest, Montana to her new home as a mail-order bride. Emily has made it perfectly clear that she’s taken charge of her destiny and nothing is going to interfere, not even falling in love with a perfect stranger. But they don’t call it the wild west for nothing…

Giveaway is for one print copy of

For The Roses by Julie Garwood
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Read an excerpt:

from Chapter 2They hadn't even gotten out of town before Travis was punched, kicked, tripped, and shot at, but not by anyone from Pritchard. No, it was Miss Emily Finnegan who tried to do him in, and even though she swore on her sainted mother's grave that it had al been a terrible misunderstanding, Travis didn't believe her. Why would he? He had it on good authority from his friends the Cohens that Miss Emily's mother was still alive and probably dancing an Irish jig wit Mr. Finnegan back in Boston, now that the two of them had unloaded their ungrateful daughter on poor, unsuspecting stranger living in Golden Crest.Admittedly, Miss Emily was a pretty little thin She had hair the color of sable that curled soft around her ears, and big hazel eyes that were brown one minute and gold the next. She had a real nice mouth too, until she opened it, which, Travis was quick to notice, was most of the time. The woman had an opinion about everything and felt compelled to share it with him so that there wouldn't be any future misunderstandings.

The Clayborne series

Library Journal Review-
Three very different "brothers," who bonded as homeless New York street urchins, meet their matches in the rough and tumble Montana Territory of the 1880s (with a little help from the meddlesome "Mama Rose") in these three historical novellas that were first published by Pocket in 1997. The youngest Clayborne brother escorts a fiery Boston mail-order bride to her intended and falls in love in Pink Rose. A rancher helps deliver a widow's baby in White Rose and succumbs to the mother in this humorous story with a dangerous edge. A scholarly hero and a heroine with a secret star in the multicultural romance Red Rose. This engaging trio are spun off from Garwood's For the Roses (1995). 

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About Julie:
Julie Garwood is the author of numerous New York Times bestsellers, including Fire and IceShadow MusicShadow DanceMurder List,KilljoyMercyHeartbreakerRansom, and Come the Spring. There are more than thirty-six million copies of her books in print.

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  1. I love this series!!!!! How did I ever miss this novel??

  2. I love this series!!!!! How did I ever miss this novel??

  3. Replies
    1. Yeah I wonder how much she changed for the re-release

  4. Thanks for this lovely giveaway. The first romance which I read and enjoyed greatly was by Mary Balogh. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  5. OMG, JGarwood! One of the most memorable books I've read is by her and for the life of me I can no longer remember. It's a reincarnation romance and there's a curse involved. So good!

    1. I don't think I read that one, maybe they'll re-release it too!

  6. Oh I so loved all these books, I must check my shelves to see if I still have my copies, hope I do. I could read them again easily.

  7. I like when they reissue books that I completely missed the first time around!

    1. Sorry, I didn't look at the q. first--but I don't know if I really remember. I know I read some Danielle Steel early one!

  8. It has been so long since I read one of her books. This series sounds good.

    I think my first romance was Dana Fuller Ross' Wagons West series. :)

  9. Oh she's one I need to read more from. I read a couple a long while back but the others have been stuck on my tbr pile. *flails*

  10. I LOVED this series! Actually, I've loved each of Julie Garwood's books. She's an amazing author! So versatile & entertaining.