This week's Revolving Book is the historical romance ONCE UPON A TOWER by ELOISA JAMES!
"Romance writing does not get
much better than this" - People Magazine
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Once upon a time…
A duke fell in love
Stoughton of Craigievar, Duke of Kinross, values order and self-control
above all else. So when he meets a lady as serene as she is beautiful,
he promptly asks for her hand in marriage.
With a lady
passionate temperament is the opposite of serene—had such a high fever
at her own debut ball that she didn’t notice anyone, not even the
notoriously elusive Duke of Kinross. When her father accepts his offer…
And when their marriage night isn’t all it could be,
In a tower.
Edie’s inability to hide her feelings makes pretending impossible, and
when their marriage implodes, she retreats to a tower—locking Gowan out.
Gowan faces his greatest challenge. Neither commands nor reason work
with his spirited young bride. How can he convince her to give him the
keys to the tower…
When she already has the keys to his heart?
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New York Times bestselling author Eloisa James writes historical
romances for HarperCollins Publishers. Her novels have been published to
great acclaim. A reviewer from USA Today wrote of Eloisa's very first
book that she "found herself devouring the book like a dieter with a
Hershey bar"; later People Magazine raved that "romance writing does not
get much better than this." Her novels have repeatedly received starred
reviews from Publishers' Weekly andLibrary Journal and regularly appear
on the best-seller lists.
After graduating from Harvard
University, Eloisa got an M.Phil. from Oxford University, a Ph.D. from
Yale and eventually became a Shakespeare professor, publishing an
academic book with Oxford University Press. Currently she is an
associate professor and head of the Creative Writing program at Fordham
University in New York City. Her "double life" is a source of
fascination to the media and her readers. In her professorial guise,
she's written a New York Times op-ed defending romance, as well as
articles published everywhere from women's magazines such as More to
writers' journals such as the Romance Writers' Report.
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