Friday, September 23, 2011


I've been snowed under with revisions so for the first time in a long time, haven't read a book to review this week.

Instead, I'm thrilled to discuss Liz Fielding's WILD JUSTICE.

Liz Fielding is a fellow Harlequin Riva/Romance author who writes fabulous books.
Her RITA winning Marriage Miracle is my all time fave of hers (wheelchair bound heroine.)

Along with her award winning Harlequin Romances, Liz has self published a trilogy of contemporary romances (check out the cover!!)

Here's the blurb:

Felicity Beaumont, a very private young woman who, having fallen at the first hurdle in her film career has devoted herself to the commercial radio station that is her life. When her sponsor goes bankrupt overnight, leaving her with a huge financial hole in her budget, she turns to the new man on the scene, Luke Devlin, hoping he will pick up sponsorship deal. His offer to bail her out has strings attached and her instincts tell her not to trust him. Worse, with enough electricity to light the national grid sparking between them, she does not trust herself.

WILD JUSTICE is the first book in the Beaumont Brides trilogy and is available to download free from Amazon UK, Nook and Smashwords.

That's right, FREE! Go grab it now!

WILD LADY and WILD FIRE are available for $2.99 everywhere.

What are you reading this weekend?


Kerrin said...

oh nuts, it's only free in the UK!
Will have to buy it another time :)

Nicola Marsh said...

Have no idea why this post went up a day early!

Oh well, it is almost the weekend...

I'm looking forward to reading this trilogy when I get my e-reader, Liz!!!

2paw said...

I love Marriage Miracle too, I think it is a realistic 'fantasy'!! NO real miracle with the wheelchair, but in romance instead!!

Nicola Marsh said...

Exactly, that's why I loved it.

So realistically portrayed too.

An amazing book!

Melissa said...

Thanks so much for visiting my blog:) I am returnig the favor and now following you as well:) I don't read a whole lot of pure romance (I love authors like Nora Roberts and Barbara delinsky who seem to weave romance, magic, and some mystery/suspense all in one), but every once in a while a nice solid romance is great for a rainy Sat. afternoon!

♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

Liz Fielding said...

Thanks so much for giving me your weekend spotlight, Nic!

And Kerren, you can get Wild Justice free from Smashwords for Kindle.

And thank you all for loving Mattie's story. She is so dear to me!

Nicola Marsh said...

Thanks for following, Melissa.

I do weekly book reviews here on the weekend, with a wide spread from romance to YA to thrillers. Fun!

Nicola Marsh said...

You're welcome, Liz.

And thank you for creating such a memorable heroine in Mattie :)

Marilyn Shoemaker said...

Nic, I just finished three fab books:

Abby Green's The Sultan's Choice
Kate Walker's, The Return of the Stranger
Rachel Bailey's Desire, Return of the Secret Heir.

Nicola Marsh said...

Fantastic, Marilyn.

I know from those author names alone the books would've been great!

Lois said...

I have another book up for review that is coming out in October, but I'm reading (trying to, anyway LOL) the one that comes before it -- The Perfect Mistress by Victoria Alexander. She's an autobuy author, and one of few that I will read in the Victorian era (I prefer Regency, and I started reading her because she started in the Regency period).

And can't wait to see that cover! :)


Nicola Marsh said...

Sounds interesting, Lois. And I'm always fascinated by other readers auto-buys!

Cover reveal in 2 days!