Feature on Jennifer Hayward, Marrying Her Royal Enemy #Giveaway

This week's Feature on Author is on Jennifer Hayward and her latest release, Marrying Her Royal Enemy. And we have a kindle copy giveaway for one commenter!

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A great cup of coffee, an amazing bottle of Tuscan or Californian wine, walking on the beach in the early morning or at sunset - they both rock, my amazing chicas - girlfriends are gold & family - family is everything

Rude people, not being able to travel the world and stay in all those gorgeous hotels I write about NOW (although I have stayed in some of them) and all the hatred and intolerance I see in the world today

Sex and the City (all the television seasons), Friday Night Lights (Best show ever - I would watch 20 seasons if they existed) great shoes, all of Europe, my monthly book club with the most amazing women and my critique partners who I adore and appreciate every single day.

Marrying Her Royal Enemy

The man she loves to hate… 
Most women would kill to be draped in ivory lace and walking up the aisle toward King Kostas Laskos. Stella Constantinides isn't most women. But for peace in her kingdom, she's agreed to marry the man she once bared her heart to with disastrous effect.

The feisty princess refuses to be his pawn, yet one night in their marriage bed proves that Stella will never be immune to her husband's charms. Soon Stella begins to see a truth behind the sins of their past…and she finds herself doing what she swore she'd never do—fall for her husband!

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  1. Yes, rude people are the worst.

  2. Not being able to travel the world is one of my frustrations, too.

    Nice to meet you, Jennifer!

  3. I would love to be a world traveler. This sounds fun, thanks for sharing it with us!

  4. Rude people are the worst. Love the premise for this story. It's fun when they start out not liking each other and end up loving one another.

  5. Rudeness can just destroy the moment, can't it? Walking along the beach it a great way to get that moment back. Congrats on the book.

  6. Congratulations on your new book. Yes, rude is bad in any form. Teleporting would rock, then we'd be able to travel the world!

    1. thank you Joylene! :) That would be cool. :)

  7. I love Sex and the City and beach walks. Congrats on the book.

  8. A forever family is a good thing.

    Have a fabulous day. 😎


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