Entangled Publishing are the Guttenberg printing press of recent times. They are new, they are young, they are small, they are nimble and they are exciting. They are taking category romance and making it appeal to an audience that shuns the stigma of “grandma’s books”. Their stories aren’t new – category romance has been around for decades and Harlequin romances have been unfairly branded as “grandma lit” for too long when in reality they have absolutely moved with the times constantly reflecting “modern” female issues/values/struggles. But Entangled are marketing them in a whole new way and THAT is exciting. THAT is bringing new readers into the fold who would never deign (and who are the poorer IMHO) to read a Harlequin.
So I’m embracing that too!
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Of course her two teenagers keep her grounded. One day she’s sure they’re going to admit to her being an author but she’s not holding her breath.
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Taming the Tycoon by Amy Andrews
Real estate tycoon Nathaniel Montgomery is one deal away from making his first billion and fulfilling a promise to his dying father. Nothing will stop him from tearing down the decrepit St. Agnes hospital and erecting posh condos in its place. Not even the crystal-wearing, health food store owner whose publicity stunt lands him in the hospital.
After her brush with death five years ago, child prodigy Addie Collins learned what’s truly important—health, happiness, and the two-hundred-year-old rose garden at St. Agnes. To make amends for the accident, she agrees to pose as Nathaniel’s girlfriend at his eccentric grandmother’s birthday party.
But Addie has an ulterior motive. To repay her debt to the universe, she must show him there’s more to life than making money. Nathaniel hates to lose, but as she breaks through his defenses, losing himself in Addie’s arms might be exactly what this tycoon needs…
Entangled Publishing has generously offered an ebook copy of Taming the Tycoon by Amy Andrews and a keychain to a lucky commenter!
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