Friday, August 23, 2013

TAINTED Cover Reveal & International Giveaway!!!

I'm so excited to finally reveal the absolutely stunning cover for the fourth book set in my mystical Roman/Druid world, Tainted. The hero Gawain and heroine Antonia are just how I imagined, and the details on the cover, that showcase both Gawain and Antonia's opposing cultures, are perfect :-)

To celebrate I'm participating in a month long Tainted Cover Reveal Blog Tour - details below.
What do you think of the cover?


A dangerous love that Rome will never allow…

Driven by the knowledge he failed to protect his king and embittered at losing the woman he loves, Celtic warrior Gawain despises the lust he feels for the beautiful Roman patrician, Antonia. She is everything he’s never wanted in a woman, yet she ignites his passion like no other. Despite the danger of discovery he embarks on an illicit liaison with her, determined to uncover the reason for the infinite sorrow that haunts her eyes.

Newly arrived in Britannia from Rome, Antonia is inexplicably drawn to the cold, tough Celt whose touch stirs a desire she long thought died at the hands of her brutal former husband. With Gawain she learns the pleasure of sex and his unexpected tenderness thaws her frozen heart. But she hides a deadly secret that could be her undoing, and knows her growing feelings for him can lead nowhere. Yet when a shadow from her past threatens her future Antonia is torn between the Empire of her birth and betraying Gawain, the man she’s grown to love.

Inside Scoop: This medieval romance dabbles a wee bit in the paranormal.

A Romantica® historical erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

ISBN: 9781419940734
Release date: 28th August 2013

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Tour Wide Giveaway Details

One Prize (International):
E-copy of the previous book set in this world, Betrayed
$10 Amazon Gift Card
Swag – Bookmarks, Postcards and Fridge Magnets


Shelley Munro said...

I love this cover :)

Christina Phillips said...

Thanks, Shelley, I think it might be my fave :-)