Thursday, December 7, 2017

#SALE .99 THE ACCIDENTAL WEDDING by Debra Elizabeth


Just in time for your Christmas reading pleasure, THE ACCIDENTAL WEDDING is on SALE for only $.99.

Be sure to grab a copy before the price goes back up to $2.99.

Blurb:
Has Keira made the worst mistake of her life?

Unemployed Keira Callahan decides to try her luck at the casino before delving back into job hunting. As she walks through the casino, she bumps into the most handsome man she’s ever seen. When he asks her to dinner, she doesn’t hesitate. As she learns Cade Tyndale’s story—he needs to wed or lose his British estate, her impulsive nature rears up and she agrees to marry him and move to England for one year. What does she have to lose except her heart to the impossibly handsome Earl of Barrett?

What Reviewers are saying:

5 stars “okay this book pretty much sums up my dream fairy tale life lol!.... I would absolutely recommend this book to all romance readers! This is a wonderful take on a modern-day fairy tale! I can't wait to see what Debra write's next...” An Amazon Customer

5 stars “This book made me go Squee! This is a plot that my younger self had floating in my head when I daydreamed about marrying a handsome Brit...and if not a member of the aristocracy, at least Davy Jones from The Monkees or George Harrison...or Simon Le Bon. I'm a sucker for a cute accent. This was a wonderful quick read that gave me warm fuzzy feelings. Keira and Cade are just a perfect couple.” An Amazon Customer

5 stars “My, my. Royals, a marriage of convenience and relatives that are just vile. Love it. It’s catnip to me. I love royals and the trope of a marriage of convenience but I’ve said that already. What makes this one special are the characters themselves. Keira and Cade are just the hero and heroine that I like. They are NOT perfect and have some baggage but they are just so dang likable. While reading the trope, usually the hero is the idiot, non-relateable or I just don’t connect with him. Not so with Cade. He’s a gentleman to a fault and really tries to make everyone around him happy; just not himself.” An Amazon Customer