Saturday, May 17, 2014

Virtual NBtM Review Tour: Victorian Scoundrel by Stephanie Burkhart


Congratulations to Melissa K., winner of the rafflecopter drawing and to The Book Review, our host Winner.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses REVIEW ONLY Tour for Victorian Scoundrel by Stephanie Burkhart, a 161 page Steampunk Romance available now from Desert Breeze Publishing.

The tour will run every Tuesday for 4 weeks starting on July 8, 2014, and the book is available in PDF format.

Stephanie will be awarding a 25.00 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a 25.00 GC to a randomly drawn host.

It's 2011 and compressed natural gas has taken over from the coal producing steam machines of the Victorian Age. Alice Windsor, Princess of York, follows her mischief-making cousin, Edmund of Wales, back to 1851 where Prince Albert is hosting Britain's Great Exhibition.

Alice soon finds herself over her head in trouble. Edmund is determined to help Prince Albert build a dirigible and the prime minister appears intent in preventing her from stopping Edmund. Alice knows it's too early for the massive flying machine to take to the air. Complicating matters is the passionate Grayson Kentfield, Earl of Swinton. Alice can't stop her pulse from pounding when she's near him.

Can Alice give her heart to a man from the past while working to stop Edmund from changing history?


July 8: The Reading Addict
July 15: Musings and Ramblings - promo
July 22: The Book Review
July 29: It's Raining Books
July 29: Brooke Blogs
July 29: Christine Young author

5 comments:

E.L. F. said...

The Reading Addict can host 7/8. Thanks!

Judith Cauthan said...

I will do the 15th.

Musings and Ramblings

gpangel said...

I can host/review July 22nd.
the Book Review at http://www.cluereview.blogspot.com

Brooke Bumgardner said...

Brooke Blogs can review July 29th.

Christine Young said...

I see all of the days are filled but if there are any days that might be doubled, I would like to review Victorian Scoundrel. Preferably on one of the later days in July.