Beth from Sourcebooks has graciously allowed me to giveaway one copy of Sins of the House of Borgia by Sarah Bower. This novel will be released on March 8th so the lucky winner will have a chance to get a head start on this novel!
I will be posting a review of this novel in March and will be hosting Sarah Bower on March 16th so stay tuned!
Book Description (from Sourcebooks):
Violante isn’t supposed to be here, in one of the grandest courts of Renaissance Italy. She isn’t supposed to be a lady-in-waiting to the beautiful Lucrezia Borgia. But the same secretive politics that pushed Lucrezia’s father to the Vatican have landed Violante deep in a lavish landscape of passion and ambition.
Violante discovers a Lucrezia unknown to those who see only a scheming harlot, and all the whispers about her brother, Cesare Borgia, never revealed the soul of the man who dances close with Violante.
But those who enter the House of Borgia are never quite the same when they leave—if they leave at all. Violante’s place in history will test her heart and leave her the guardian of dangerous secrets she must carry to the grave.
About Sarah Bower (from Sourcebooks)
Sarah Bower is literature development officer for Creative Arts East and teaches creative writing at the University of East Anglia. She was the UK editor of Historical Novels Review for two years, until the beginning of 2006, when she stepped down to make more time for her own writing. With the highly talked about Spring 2011 premiere of Showtime’s new series The Borgias, there is no doubt this notorious and legendary crime family will soon be in the spotlight.
Beth of Sourcebooks has been kind enough to offer one copy of Sins of the House of Borgia by Sarah Bower for a giveaway.If you would like to win a copy of Sins of the House of Borgia, please leave a comment about what intrigues you about the novel.
As part of your comment, you must include an email address. If I can't find a way to contact you I will draw another winner.
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I will be using random.org (or a monte carlo simulation in excel) to pick the winners from the comments.
This contest is only open to US and Canadian residents (Sorry!).
No P.O. Boxes.
The deadline for entry is midnight, Friday February 11th.