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Giveaway: The Sins of the House of Borgia by Sarah Bower!

February 11, 2011
Here's a quickie giveaway for y'all, if you're fans of historical fiction! Sarah Bower's The Sins of the House of Borgia comes out March 8th, but you can get your hands on an ARC, like, NOW-ish! *grin*

sins of the house of borgia

About the book:
Violante isn’t supposed to be here, in one of the grandest courts of Renaissance Italy. She isn’t supposed to be a lady-in-waiting to the beautiful Lucrezia Borgia. But the same secretive politics that pushed Lucrezia’s father to the Vatican have landed Violante deep in a lavish landscape of passion and ambition.

Violante discovers a Lucrezia unknown to those who see only a scheming harlot, and all the whispers about her brother, Cesare Borgia, never revealed the soul of the man who dances close with Violante.

But those who enter the House of Borgia are never quite the same when they leave—if they leave at all. Violante’s place in history will test her heart and leave her the guardian of dangerous secrets she must carry to the grave.

Thanks to Sourcebooks, I have one ARC for you. This one's for US or Canada residents only, no PO Boxes, please. To enter, comment and tell us who your favorite historical fiction author is, and why. Don't forget your email address!

Do it all before 6pm CST February 18th. Good luck!

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Rachel said...

My favorite historical fiction authors are Anne Easter Smith and Marina Fiorato. They just write beautifully. Thanks for the giveaway!

holdenj said...

You know, depending on my mood, there are a few different ones that can always fit the bill. I've enjoyed Phillipa Gregory's Tudor books when I'm looking for some royal fiction. I really like James R. Benn's historical mysteries that take place during WWII. Thanks for the info and chance to win!

petite said...

Robin Maxwell has written great historical fiction which I enjoy. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

rubynreba said...

Some of the first historical fiction I read was by Mark Twain and Margaret Mitchell. I still come back to liking Gone With The Wind and never tire of it.

Priya said...

Mary Ann Schaffer, for sure! I adore her. =]

Thanks for the giveaway.


Benita said...

I'll say Anita Shrieve. I like her style


ChrisS said...

My favorite historical fiction author is Hannah Howell. The first historical romance I ever read was by Hannah and I have been hooked ever since.

Carol N Wong said...

Lavina from 'The Kitchen House" is my favorite so far. I love English, French and Italian Historcial Fiction but would love to have more
written about United States and Asian historical figures. Variety is the spice of life!


Jessica said...

Lyndsay sands because her books are full of passion and also lots of drama

jsididia at gmail dot com

Katrina said...

Mark Twain is good but a little too famous...I also like Gregory!
ykatrina at hotmail dot com

Izzy said...

Pam Rosenthal writes sexy romances

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traveler said...

Best and favorite historical fiction author would be Geraldine Brooks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Taylor said...

My favorite HF author is of course Jean Plaidy! That woman was amazing I don't see how she wrote so many books in her lifetime and under multiple pseudonyms!

nfmgirl said...

I like Michelle Moran! I find her easy to read.

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

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