Giveaway! You Could Win Victoria Parker’s Debut Presents, "Princess in the Iron Mask"

by Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Digital

Don’t you love discovery a new author? We sure do at Harlequin! I’m always thrilled to welcome a new writer to the Harlequin family, read their call stories and discover a fresh new voice. Earlier this month, we welcomed Victoria Parker to I Heart Presents when she talked about her debut Presents novel, Princess in the Iron Mask–and today we have 3 copies of her book for a giveaway!

If you’d like to win a copy of Princess in the Iron Mask, leave a comment telling me some new authors you’ve recently discovered! I’ll draw 3 winners from all eligible comments and announce them here on June 24. Good luck!

Giveaway Rules:  Open to residents of USA and Canada. Contest closes to entries on June 23  at 11:59pm EST.  For full official rules, click here.

Update: The giveaway is now closed. Please check the comments to see if you won!

About Princess in the Iron Mask:

A princess in hiding

Dispatched by the king to retrieve his headstrong, errant daughter, Lucas Garcia thought this was just another day at the office. That’s before he meets Princess Claudine Verbault, who’s adamant that returning to the kingdom that banished her as a child is never going to happen.

A barely concealed attraction!

Hidden from the spotlight, the now-independent Claudia has learned the art of being the anti-perfect princess. But Lucas does not look like the kind of man to accept insubordination! If only she could bargain with this frustratingly immovable man…and give him something to distract him from his duty!

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14 Responses to Giveaway! You Could Win Victoria Parker’s Debut Presents, "Princess in the Iron Mask"

  1. Indigo says:

    Hi Amy! She not a ‘new author’ but I just started reading all of Rebecca York’s 43rd light street books. They are new to me! She’s a great writer. I also just started reading Gena Showalter’s Alice In Zombieland.
    Princess in the Iron Mask sounds like a great debut!

  2. Rebe says:

    I just read Anne Bishop’s Written in Red – it was fabulous! She’s written a lot of fantasy before, but I’d never read any of her books. I’ll have to check them out, now!

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  4. Dena says:

    I just read Waking Up Married by Mira Lyn Kelly and Seven-Day Target by Natalie Charles. Both great books!!!

  5. Laney4 says:

    A fellow blogger put me on to a writer who has been on the scene for ages: Helen Bianchin. Can’t believe I had never heard of her! Now I scoop up her books as much as possible!

    I don’t know how long this lady has been writing, but I really liked one of her books (so far): Elizabeth Lane.

  6. Chey says:

    I recently read and enjoyed Marriage in Name Only by Doreen Owens Malek, a new-to-me author.

  7. Marcy Shuler says:

    I recently read Aimee Carson from the KISS line. Also Gayle Callen who writes Historicals.

  8. Melanie J says:

    My newest author was Cassia Leo. I love her.

    Your book sounds amazing. Can’t wait to read it.

  9. bn100 says:

    Kristen Ashley

  10. Sallie Sewell says:

    Just discovered Marie Force & read her Fatal Mistake in one day. My first e-book!

  11. Kai W. says:

    I have discovered Jennifer Probst in her Marriage to a Billionaire series, Beverly Kendell in her Language of Love series, and Toni Aleo’s Taking Shots. I discover these authors from my book club.

  12. Tammy says:

    Some great authors I’ve read for the first time this year: Andrew Smith, Lelia Howland & Laura Nowlin.

  13. Kim says:

    I just discovered and read 2 of Ruthie Knox’s books.

  14. Amy says:

    Lots of great authors!

    The giveaway is now closed. Congrats to our winners: Sallie Sewell, Dena, & Indigo! Please check your email for a message from me.
    ~Amy from Harlequin

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