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It’s another week of the 2 book giveaway and this week you can win a signed copy of HOW TO RAVISH A RAKE and SWEET DECEIT by Gerry Bartlett writing as Lynn McKay.
When Diana’s elderly husband, the Duke of Wimberly, begs her to lie with a stranger to give him a worthy heir, she is reluctant, but eventually agrees to grant him his dying wish. Diana tries to convince herself this is only for duty, but she discovers passion in the arms of her husband’s handsome nephew, Gavin Winslow, Lord Baldwin. Their feelings for one another grow, but the law would never allow the marriage.
Gavin loves his uncle who practically raised him and hates this deception. But he hates his uncle’s heir, who abused him as a boy, even more. The man is not fit to be the next Duke of Wimberly. If lying with Diana is the only way to deny the man, then he will go along with his uncle’s scheme. Diana’s innocent beauty enchants him and when he realizes she is actually carrying his child, he can’t bear the thought of not having her by his side and raising the babe as their own. What have they done? When Wimberly dies and the heir presumptive arrives, it becomes clear that Diana and her unborn child are in grave danger. How can they keep their secret and honor Wimberly’s last wish? Is there any way to make things right for Wimberly and the child?
Sweet Deceit was written by Gerry Bartlett as Lynn McKay. It is currently out of print but you can sometimes find copies on Amazon.
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Gerry is currently writing vampire comedy. Her current release, Real Vampires Hate Skinny Jeans, is number 8 in the Glory St. Clair Real Vampires series. Glory was bloating when she was turned in 1604. Now she runs a vintage clothing shop in Austin, Texas where she deals with life as a vampire and various dangers and boyfriend problems. You can read more about Gerry and her series at gerrybartlett.com.