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Sarah Morgan, A Night of No Return GIVEAWAY!

We have UK author Sarah Morgan talking to us about her - A Night Of No Return!

A Night of No Return…..

 Thanks Nas for inviting me here to talk about my November release for Harlequin Presents, A Night of No Return.

 This is my first ‘office’ romance since my RITA winning book Doukakis’s Apprentice (although it’s worth noting that none of the action takes place in an office - the book moves from the hero’s castle in England to the desert country of Zubran without going near a glass tower block!).

 Personal Assistant Emma Gray, a hard working and dedicated professional, finds herself trapped in a lethal snowstorm with the man she works for, internationally renowned architect Lucas Jackson. She has made a vow never to get involved with her boss but, by the time the night is over, Emma's life will have changed forever.

 I loved writing this story so much. Emma is such a decent hard working girl it was fun to bring sparkle and romance into her life and Lucas has been so damaged by his past he deserves a woman like Emma.

 If I had to find one word to describe the heroine in this book it would be ‘loyal’. What one quality do you think is important for a heroine?

 One commentator, chosen by Nas, will win a copy of A Night of No Return. Check back to see if you’re the winner!

If you want to sample the book, the first chapter of A Night of No Return is available on my site http://www.sarahmorgan.com

 

 

43 comments:

  1. I hope loyalty is an important character for a heroine, because the one in my next book has that quality, too.

    Hi, Nas :)

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    1. That's good to hear Carol! Good luck with the book :)

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  2. Sounds like two very interesting characters.

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    1. Thanks Kelly, I do think they need each other :)

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  3. Loyalty is definitely an important quality!

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    1. Glad you agree on the importance of loyalty Sherry!

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    1. Hi Tash, yes backbone is SO important. No doormats allowed :)

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    2. Cant wait to read it Sarah :D

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    1. Hi Suze, yes I agree that dignity is a lovely and important quality in a heroine.

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  6. Sarah, isn't it lovely to hear you enjoyed this story so much yourself, which probably means your readers will also. Very generous of you to give away a copy.
    Hi Nas (((waves)))

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    1. Hi Denise, yes I loved writing this story - and I loved one of the secondary characters in the book so much I wrote her story too, (out next month - Woman in a Sheikh's World). One of the benefits of being a writer is being able to meddle in the lives of your characters :)

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  7. Hi Nas, Hi Sarah,

    My quality for heroine is don,t be to weak againt men

    Thanks for the giveaway

    Eli_y83@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Eli, yes I agree that strength is an important quality in a heroine, particularly if the hero is very strong. Good luck with the giveaway!

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  8. Oooo... Loyalty is a perfect attribute... Love it. And I'm so stoked/excited for you... Good things coming your way! :)

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    1. Hi Morgan, and I really hope you're right about good things coming my way :) I'm excited too - I love this duet so much. Thanks for dropping by!

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  9. Oh Sarah Morgan, you are in sooo much trouble. What is it about your books that I always seem to pick them up last thing at night and CANT PUT THEM DOWN. Just finished Night of No Return at 3am in the morning. Am desperate for Avery's story.

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  10. Well good morning Princess Fiona :) I'm never going to apologise for having kept you awake, but I'm really so pleased you enjoyed A Night of No Return. Avery's story is explosive so keep a cold shower running :)

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  11. She should be a woman with a point of view of her own. Someone who is not afraid to assert herself. My reading of romance novels was somewhat marred in the past by insipid heroines. I like heroines who are loyal, good humoured and trustworthy. And yes, who know how to speak up for themselves.

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  12. You're so right Maria, that a heroine should have her own point of view and not be afraid to speak it. Hope your romance reading has improved since those early days :)

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  13. Ahh, looking forward to this one. But that's perty usual, I can devour your books though, Miss Ma'am.

    I love a gutsy heroine, but I also apparently love a chatterbox heroine--which I must say since A Night of Scandal is one of my keeper-shelf favorites :)

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  14. Hi Amalie, so glad you enjoy my books! I enjoy a gutsy heroine too (Emma is gutsy, but in a quiet steady way - Avery in the next book is loud gutsy!) Very happy that A Night of Scandal is on your keeper shelf!

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  15. a strong heroine but has to be kind and loving to.

    Thanks for the giveaway

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    1. Hi Taylor! I'm totally with you on kind and loving. I think Emma in A Night of No Return totally fits that description fortunately. Thanks for dropping by!

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  16. Hi sarah! A heroine must be strong, loyal, loving, compassionate. That's my perfect heroine

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  17. Hi Sienny, YES compassionate, definitely. So important. Your perfect heroine sounds exactly like mine :)

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  18. Hi Sarah (and Nas) I so love a strong, gutsy heroine! Loyal yes but one who is able to speak up for herself! Can't wait to read your November book! November is my favorite (birth) month!

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    1. Hi Evy! So glad November is your favourite month - I'm hoping it's a lucky month for me, too :) I love a strong gutsy woman too! Really hope you enjoy A Night of No Return.

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  19. I like a heroine who is strong and independent. I also think that loyalty is a great trait or quality for anyone to have. This sounds like a good book with an interesting plot! Thanks for the introduction and the giveaway.
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi DMS, I agree that it's important for a heroine to be independent. Thanks for dropping by!

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  20. I like a heroine who's honest.

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    1. Chey, yes honesty, I agree. So important.

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  21. Oh, fun! It's always exciting to see what happens to characters who are stuck together somewhere...

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    1. Deniz, I love writing those books too :)

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  22. That cover looks fabulous.

    It's interesting to see what people do when they're stuck together or stranded somewhere.

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    1. Medela, I love the cover too. It is exactly how I imagined them both, right down to the flashy car and the British castle in the background :)

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  23. My heroine right now is very independent - I love that in a heroine. Loyalty is important, too!

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    1. Hi Susan, your heroine sounds great! And I agree about loyalty - so important

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  24. I agree with the above-noted attributes being important to a heroine. The first thing I thought of was what I LIKE to see in a heroine (and a hero): witty repartee. Nothing makes me smile or laugh as getting to witty banter between the hero and heroine. Those are the parts of the book I go back to read, time and time again. They are also the reasons I re-read entire books.

    Last year, I was waiting for ages at my local clinic, so OF COURSE I was reading a book. (Duh!) I was totally immersed in Kathleen O'Reilly's DEAR SANTA... - in Blaze's trilogy called A BLAZING LITTLE CHRISTMAS - and I LOL and then teared up not four pages later. I have never read a book that evoked such contrast in emotions so close together - and I don't recommend it in a waiting room filled with lots of people either, LOL.

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  25. Leney4, good banter is great fun to read. And thanks for adding to my towering pile of books to read next :)

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  26. Congratulations to Sherri Ellis! Her name came up as the winner for A NIGHT OF NO RETURN!

    Please contact Sarah via her website about getting your prize!

    Thanks to all my lovely friends for coming along to read this post and commenting.

    And thanks to Sarah Morgan for being with us and for this giveaway!

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  27. Thank you! I am so excited! I can't wait to read it.

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