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    10/13/2006
    How To Abduct a Highland Lord by Karen Hawkins
    This is so update your website month in romance land. Karen Hawkins has a new look at her site. The whole thing has a look funny author feel to it. Think this ties into "branding". I have never really thought of Hawkins as the funny girl romance writer. Maybe that was what I missed...

    I really like the new cover for her next book but it really doesn't scream historical to me. Maybe that is just me...

    How To Abduct a Highland Lord by Karen Hawkins
    Release: January 30th, 2007
    Determined to save her family from a bloody clan war, Fiona MacLean kidnaps and marries their greatest enemy, Black Jack Kincaid. After a night of debauchery, the unsuspecting rogue is stunned to wake up married to the woman he once loved and has never stopped desiring. With the tense peace between their clans resting on their unlikely union, will Jack redeem himself, rekindle their passion, and win Fiona’s heart—which he finally realizes he has always desired?

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    1 Comments:
    1. hmmm ... it is bradning all right. And about time. This is something I've been chanting over and over ... an author's website is her best face forward. Online branding.

      Now her new site makes me feel more like reading her books.

      thanks, sybil, for unearthing this.

      By Anonymous ag, at 11/26/2006 11:31:00 AM  

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