Anniversary Giveaway: The Captain’s Bluestocking Mistress!

Two years ago this month, The Captain’s Bluestocking Mistress released!

Want to win a paperback??

Leave a comment below with one of your favorite stories about a mistress heroine or a military hero. I can’t wait to hear your choices!!

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  1. Maria Schatz - Reply

    My favorite military hero is actor Audie Murphy,during World War 2 he was able to defeat numerous Germans on his own.

    • Karen Markuson - Reply

      One of my favorite stories about a mistress heroine is MISTRESS by Amanda Quick featuring Iphiginia Bright.

  2. Ira - Reply

    Hm, my first thought was “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”, even though I haven’t read it yet but I’m really looking forward to read it and to watch the movie with Meryl Streep. There are many more books of course but that was the first one that came to mind.

  3. c a sill - Reply

    my favorite military hero of all time is captain gabriel lacey, he even has his own mystery series!! dashing!!!! ;p

  4. Kelly - Reply

    Jade Lee’s Major Wycliff from her book Major Wycliff’s Campaign. You have to respect a man willing to forego his pride to win the woman he loves. (He served as her butler!)

  5. Joan Smith - Reply

    Title suggestion: The Captain’s Campaign

    Title suggestion: The Mistress of Mayhem

  6. Jackie Wisherd - Reply

    One of my favorite military heroes is the character Nick Baron form the book Shadow Catcher by James R. Hannibal.

  7. Karina Angeles - Reply

    My favorite military hero is Robert Carroway from England’s Perfect Hero by Suzanne Enoch.

  8. Kristen Lewendon - Reply

    One of my favorites: Never a Mistress, No Longer a Maid by Maureen Driscoll. It almost manages to capture both requirements, a mistress and a military hero.

  9. Debra Adams - Reply

    The Yellow Rose of Texas, Emily Morgan pretended to be Santa Anna’s mistress in order to give information to the Americans during the Spanish American war. She’s a real hero.

  10. Tina aka LadyMoon aka LunaMoon - Reply

    There is several but this one had a courtesan that was a spy also. She has a daughter that she allows the father to raise as the mother died at birth. The father was head of the spies. I want to say it was by Victoria Alexander but not sure.

  11. Mary Parks - Reply

    Probably one of my most favorites, hecause it stuck with me for years, is North and South…both George Hazard and Orry Main are West Point graduates and serve on opposite sides in the Civil War…..I always loved George and Constance,♡♡♡♡♡ they were my favorite, Orry and Madeline came in a close second ♡♡♡♡

  12. Carol Schmoker - Reply

    Audie Murphy. I was stationed in his 3rd Infantry Marne Division in West Germany when I was in the Army, years later of course. Also my Aunt Lois, who was in the Air Force stationed in Viet Nam during the war.

  13. Jenny Wilcox - Reply

    The Captain’s Bluestocking Mistress of course. I would love to win a signed copy (already have the e-book)

  14. Anna R. - Reply

    I love mistress/courtesan heroines (and military heroes too of course, who doesn’t?). They add spice and a unique perspective on traditional Regency/Victorian society and gender relations. Plus I love characters, especially female ones, who break social mores. 😉

    My favorites with mistress/courtesan heroines include Unveiled by Courtney Milan, A Gentleman Undone by Cecilia Grant, Ice Princess and To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt, Harlot by Victoria Dahl, and the Mistress Matchmaker series by Jess Michaels.

  15. Laurie Gommermann - Reply

    Say You Love Me by Joanna Lindsay has a mistress heroine. I also liked She Tempts the Duke by Lorraine Heath Sebastian is a wounded soldier hero.

  16. Mel K. - Reply

    THE SEAL’S BABY by Rogenna Brewer. It’s a Harlequin Super Romance and I love the Supers. They comfort me. I don’t want an audiobook as they put me to sleep. Thanks.

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