Monday, September 2, 2013

Guest blogger Jeannie Lin and Free Read for Capturing the Silken Thief

Hey, everyone, historical romance author Jeannie Lin has recent release THE LOTUS PALACE, but I wanted to showcase her upcoming release and offer our readers a chance to download her free read: CAPTURING THE SILKEN THIEF.
Take it away, Jeannie!

First of all, if you'd like to try out my books, be sure to try out CAPTURING THE SILKEN THIEF. It's FREE to download and read.

Free read: Harlequin | Amazon | B&N | iTunes

In my book, THE LOTUS PALACE, Bai Huang is an failed scholar and playboy who wants to find the killer of a courtesan. Over the years I've watched several mystery/crime dramas and now I'm sharing my favorites with you.

1. Law and Order 

2. The Original CSI (Las Vegas)

3. X-Files

4. Fight Science

5. Myth Busters

A week ago, my debut single title, THE LOTUS PALACE released. Be sure to check it out. For one lucky winner, Shawntelle is offering an eBook copy from Barnes and Noble or Amazon. Check back in a week to see if you are the winner.

The Lotus Palace #1
It is a time of celebration in the Pingkang Li, where imperial scholars and bureaucrats mingle with beautiful courtesans. At the center is the Lotus Palace, home of the most exquisite courtesans in China… 
Maidservant Yue-ying is not one of those beauties. Street-smart and practical, she’s content to live in the shadow of her infamous mistress-until she meets the aristocratic playboy Bai Huang.
Bai Huang lives in a privileged world Yue-ying can barely imagine, yet alone share, but as they are thrown together in an attempt to solve a deadly mystery, they both start to dream of a different life. Yet Bai Huang’s position means that all she could ever be to him is his concubine-will she sacrifice her pride to follow her heart?

To enter, just leave a comment (with contact details) and let Shawntelle know if you watch forensic shows and do you have a favorite? If you don't, is there a crime show you've always wanted to check out but never had the time?

Hey, guys! I didn't forget about the winner of Ellen Parker's STARR TREE FARM. Congrats goes to M. Lawson, the lucky winner!

1 comment:

ThunderBrazen said...

NCIS is the closest to forensic show that I get. Some ick is ok but not an over abundance of it.