#contest #giveaway of #TheEligiblePrincess as follow-up to #Tornadogiveaway

First of all, huge thanks to all those who participated in the Tornado giveaway and showered support for The Eligible Princess. I cannot express by words the appreciation for the efforts of the Book Club, for the unstinting support showed by Rubina Ramesh and the core team whirling up the Tornado 🙂 yes, it was a great big whirl. Thank you!
Congrats to all the winners!!!
If you participated and did not win, don’t worry, here’s another chance to win an ecopy of The Eligible Princess.

All you have to do is message me via the contact page, why you would like to read a historical set in India.
The best answer will receive a copy of the ebook plus sneak preview chapters of my new book featuring a Bollywood diva.
Intrigued? Well, don’t wait. Send me your reply. I’ll pick a winner a fortnight from today 🙂

Here’s the link to check out the book and a snippet from book blogger Nikita’s review.

“I absolutely adored each and every page in the story and the end left me sniffling with a goofy, big smile on my face.” Full review at Amazon.

A historical romance set in Early Medieval India, The Eligible Princess is the second book in the Indian Princesses Saga and follows the story of the elder Kamboj princess, Princess Lakshaya.

Links:

Amazon.com:
http://www.amazon.com/Eligible-Princess-Lakshaya-Kamboj-Princesses-ebook/dp/B00Z09FAQA

Amazon.in:
http://www.amazon.in/dp/B00Z09FAQA

Blurb:
King Kartikeya must marry a princess. He’s determined to do anything to keep the kingdom that he has taken with strategy and sheer guts. If that involves charming a princess into marriage, then so be it.
Princess Lakshaya infinitely prefers the study of her scientific experiments to the learning of the arts of impressing a suitor. In fact, she would rather have no more proposals at all. But refusing a king as opulent as Kartik is out of question. Drawn against her will by the force of his attraction, she begins to accept him, only to discover hidden secrets along the way.

Can she bring herself to go ahead with this marriage?

Set in the Early Middle Ages in India, Book 2 in the Kamboj Princesses Saga follows Lakshaya in her journey to discover desire, passion, intrigue and love.

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#Coverreveal #Book 2 #KambojPrincessesSaga #TheEligiblePrincess

Thrilled to share, courtesy The Book Club, the cover of Book 2 In the Kamboj Princesses Saga. If you’ve read Hidden Passion, prepare yourself to get immersed in opulence and adventure of early medieval India



Cover Reveal:


The Eligible Princess



AFTER HIDDEN PASSION, THE KAMBOJ PRINCESSES SAGA CONTINUES WITH RUKMANI’S SISTER LAKSHAYA…

by 


Summerita Rhayne



Blurb 


King Kartikeya needs a bride. The more blue-blooded the better for him. Princess Lakshaya must marry to please her family. She is sick of being rejected by suitor after suitor. She must not fail this time. 



But what when she finds that King Kartikeya is not who she thinks he is? Can she still go ahead with this marriage? Set in Early Middle Ages in India, Book 2 in the Kamboj Princesses Saga follows Lakshaya in her journey to discover the passion of her life and love. Find adventure, intrigue, history and romance in this sensual historical fiction, Book 2 in the Kamboj Princesses Saga.


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About the Author 


 

Summerita Rhayne loves to write sensual and emotional romance. There’s no knowing when some quirky – or sometimes even not so quirky – happening in daily life might trigger her right brain and then she’s off craving a new story. She loves writing characters who learn and grow and find their way out of their troubles and emotional hang-ups. Hot, sensual heroes and sassy but sweet heroines mostly fit the bill in her stories. She also believes that a touch of humor never goes amiss in a book.





She divides her time between family, job and writing – and loves winding down with music, movies and the internet!


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#Excerpt #HiddenPassion #historical #romance

Today I’m sharing an excerpt from Historical Romance Hidden Passion. Hidden Passion is the story of Kamboj princess Rukmani and samrat Deveshwarya, set in early middle ages of India.

Enjoy reading!

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His eyes flashed with emotion at her outburst but he didn’t respond to her impetuous words immediately. The pause lengthened and then he said quietly but firmly, ‘I have no interest in ruling over you or your people. The sole aim of the battle was to keep the regents and their atrocities in check. The erstwhile Samrat of Campavati had set a precedent that all the other rulers had started following. The royals had become used to treating farmers as dirt, all because a farmer works with the dirt. The war will serve as a lesson to them. They will remember for a long time that when dirt gets into the eyes, it can make tears flow. Even a farmer can wrest power from those who abuse it.’

Then she had realized why people called him krsaka jayant that literally meant farmer-king. It was rumoured that once he had been a farmer. He had not come to the throne by birth. From his words it seemed it was true.

She had gazed at him, despite herself drawn to a certain magnetism that he exuded. He didn’t look like other royals but he didn’t look like a labourer either. There was a refinement in the way he spoke that made you listen even when you didn’t want to…

He added with a trace of mockery, ‘As for the flowers, I wasn’t tearing them, rajkumari. I don’t pluck flowers. You can see for yourself the roots would have got exposed in rain.’ He pointed and she saw he had been putting soil to anchor the stem of the plant more securely.

Stunned, she stared at him. She was so rarely at a loss for words. But right at that moment she was. A king who was bothered about saving a plant when he should be enjoying his wins? When he was expected to be plundering the spoils of war as he went about proclaiming his victory?

He continued, ‘The details of the treaty will be charted out soon. I can tell you this though. Your life will continue as it was. I will hold the royals accountable for their behavior. That and a certain form of financial reimbursement is all I will require from them.’

That he was discussing state matters with her surprised her even more. But she couldn’t talk to him about it. He was the enemy. The consciousness made her confused as to how she should react. She turned away, not wanting to give in, yet defeated by his arguments. Her swift movement made the wind catch her uttariya and threw it over the branches of the rose bushes nearby.

In her mind, she could still see how tenderly he had untangled it. The thin cloth came off with not a single hole or tear from the thorns.

He’d stepped close to drape it on her. She felt the warmth, the strength of him, felt the light touch as he settled it on her shoulder. For some reason her heart was beating fast, not with anger but an unfamiliar excitement.

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Buy link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RBUM0EG