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Monday, 19 October 2015

A Princess Is Always Right - Spotlight and Giveaway


Sophia may be the youngest Windsor, but she knows her mind. A Princess of York, she's committed to do her duty – prevent Jonas Byron from finding Nikola Tesla and decimating the time line.

Jax Ruston is a rugged metalsmith with curly hair and dimples to die for. A resident of 1855,
he's pledged to help Sophia find Jonas. Together, they journey across continental Europe in pursuit of Jonas.

Despite her duty, Sophia's attracted to handsome Jax. However, he's committed to living in
1855. Can Sophia keep her focus on her mission, or will desire interfere with her task? Only one

thing is certain: a princess is always right.



She wrinkled her brow. What did she want? To go home and train horses and pray the press leave her alone? To support charities? Sure, the task was noble, but not...fulfilling. Would she be dispatched through Great Britain as a goodwill ambassador? Did she want to seek higher schooling like Richard had? Was there a balance to be found between her personal life and her royal obligations? Richard and Alice seemed to find that balance, but Sophia felt almost rudderless in this moment. Did she want to remain a princess or enjoy the anonymity that Edmund possessed?

She ran a hand over her hair. She'd never felt so directionless before. Why was that? Because
she wanted Jax in her life? They had discussed visiting each other using the time machine before Augustus' uncle passed away, but Sophia believed travel wouldn't be approved just for dating.

"You're a Windsor. Duty first. Love second. That's what I did and the nation benefited because of it." Liz's voice filled with pride.

"I had no idea it was such a thought provoking question." He kept his voice light in an effort to
put her at ease.

She placed her hands in her lap. "Surprisingly, it is."

"How so?"

"I have some very serious decisions to make regarding my future." She drew in a breath. "And
the direction I want to take it in."

He chuckled. "Remember -- a princess is always right."

She sighed, realizing she could only think of one major problem at a time and her future would
have to wait. "I have to be right when it comes to Jonas. I have to catch him."


AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Stephanie Burkhart is a 911 dispatcher for LAPD. She was born and raised in Manchester,

New Hampshire. After serving 11 years in the US Army she currently calls Castaic, California

her home. Stephanie was married in Denmark in 1991 and has two young sons. She adores

chocolate, is addicted to coffee and enjoys early morning walks. She's also an assistant den

leader for her son's Cub Scout den and is a Boy Scout mom. She writes paranormal,

contemporary, and steampunk romance and has two children's books published with 4RV















NB:  I am currently reading this book and will post a review as soon as I can
Apologies for not being able to post it now


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  1. Sounds like an interesting book.

  2. Thanks so much for having me here today. Here's a link to the Book Trailer for the 1st book in the series, Victorian Scoundrel. Enjoy!
    BOOK TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IUYj2d7ZeY

    **A Princess is Always Right takes place during the fall. Question for you: Do you prefer to "fall back" or "spring forward?" I'd love to hear from you!

    Steph Burkhart
    Romance Under the Moonlight

  3. Hi Melissa, thanks so much for stopping by. If you like Victorian romance, steampunk and timetravel, I'm sure you'll enjoy this - it has the lot!

  4. Always a pleasure, Goddess Fish!

  5. Hi Step, lovely to host you again. I'm enjoying 'A Princess Is Always Right' and will be posting a review as soon as I finish it (and my own current galley edits!)

    I'll put the trailer up on my blog so everyone can enjoy it!

  6. As for your question - I hate both springing forward and falling back - I just wish they'd leave the time along. The dark evenings are so depressing though, at least in the mornings it's getting lighter, so I'm always happy when the clocks go forward again!


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