Feature on Rachael Thomas, A Child Claimed by Gold #Giveaway

This week's Feature on Author is on Rachael Thomas and her latest book, A Child Claimed by Gold. 
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How do you keep coming up with fresh characters and stories?

Inspiration is everywhere and each time I have an idea for a hero or heroine or even ‘see’ a scene in my mind, I make notes and then file it away on my computer to bring out another day.

Who do you like to read?

I have always loved to read romance, but I am also partial to historical fiction and am particularly intrigued by the Tudor period of British history.

What’s your favorite place to read?

My favorite place to read it snuggled down in bed, but if I’m completely immersed by a book I will read wherever and whenever I can.

What are some of your reading pet peeves?

An unsatisfying ending!

Tell us a little about your book…

Emma Sanders has been given a contract which could get her photography career started and it’s in Russia, where her sister is studying ballet. Nikolai Cunningham is outraged when he discovers his grandmother is prepared to reveal the tainted secrets of his family’s past and travels from his New York home to Russia to meet the photographer before she can talk to his grandmother. Neither of them anticipated the sexual chemistry which leaps to life between them – or the consequences of one passionate night.

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Goodreads Book Giveaway

A Child Claimed by Gold by Rachael Thomas

A Child Claimed by Gold

by Rachael Thomas

Giveaway ends January 31, 2017.
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12 comments:

  1. I agree about the unsatisfying ending. A sloppy ending can knock the satisfaction out of an otherwise good book.

    Here's wishing Rachel lots of "gold" with her new book. :)

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    1. Thanks for the good luck wishes Susan!

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  2. Great post my dear, thanks for sharing! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  3. I also loooooove reading in bed :) Congrats on the new release!

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    1. It's the best place. Thanks Joanne!

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  4. Congratulations on your book! I am sure many, many people will enjoy reading it while snuggled in bed.

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    1. That's a nice thought Jenny. Thanks!

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  5. Books help me as a companion when i am alone. Congrats for your new book:)

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  6. I agree, unsatisfying ending can easily ruin the whole book!
    Congratulations on your new book :-)

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  7. Historical fiction is intriguing.

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  8. Came upon this post a little late, Rachael, but I do wish you all the best with your new book. It seems very interesting. I also enjoy reading about the Tudor period. I think the fascination comes from the fact that the characters are only a few hundred years away, yet they lived in a totally different world to the one we live in.

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You can discuss your romance novel addiction too!