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Spotlight on Rachael Thomas, The Sheikh's Last Mistress & #Giveaway

This week Spotlight on Author is on Rachael Thomas. She has a new release, The Sheikh's Last Mistress. And we have a kindle copy giveaway as well as a giveaway of two signed copies on Goodreads. 

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1. If you have a pen name, can you explain how you came up with it?

I don’t have a pen name as I entered Harlequin’s So You Think You Can Write competition in 2013 under my name, never thinking it would be the start of my career as a published author.

2. What are a few things we would find on your desk?

I’m a lover of post-it notes, so have an assortment of colours, shapes and sizes. I also have sheets detailing my characters for the book I’m currently writing and my often used supply of pencils, as I love scribbling notes in pencil.

3. What motivates you to write?

The characters which slip into my head demanding I tell their story. It’s also something I’ve done for about ten years now and I can’t imagine what I’d do if I didn’t write.

4. Share something about yourself no one else knows?

My favourite flowers are tulips and I treat myself to them in the spring.

5.Tell us about your book…

As I am a horse lover, I was excited when Destiny, a horse whisperer heroine came to me, quickly followed by a sheikh tortured by tragic events from the past.



Sheikh Zafir Al Asmari is on the verge of taking a wife out of duty to his country, but first he must deal with the demons he has after the death of his younger sister when she fell from his stallion, who has been difficult and unruly since the tragedy. Destiny Richards has been recommended to him as a woman who has a way with troubled horses and he makes a deal with her she just can’t refuse. Little does he know that in healing his stallion, Destiny will heal the torment in his heart and become the woman he wants as his wife at any price, even turning his back on his duty to his kingdom.

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The Sheikh's Last Mistress by Rachael Thomas

The Sheikh's Last Mistress

by Rachael Thomas

Giveaway ends May 31, 2016.
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18 comments:

  1. I'm a big Post It Note person too. I have several colors and sizes on my desk. You should always treat yourself to something you like. I treat myself to a small box of Figi's Chocolate Truffles each year around Christmas.

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    1. I'm never without Post-it notes Mary and the Chocolate truffles sound delicious. Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Terrific answers! Tulips are my favourite flowers as well... we have a festival devoted to them starting here in a few days.

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    1. A Tulip festival! How lovely! I wish I could be there to see it. Thanks for commenting.

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  3. I wish Queendsland's climate was cool enough to grow tulips! Love them!

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    1. They are lovely. Thanks for stopping by Denise.

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  4. Tulips are my favourite flowers too. My daughter brought me some bulbs back from Amsterdam and I've just sent her a pic of the beautiful bright red flowers in full bloom. Her reply? They were supposed to be black! :)

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    1. I love all their colours Andie. The more the merrier!

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  5. This looks like a great read. I adore tulips. It's interesting to learn what's on a writer's desk.

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    1. My desk usually gets more untidy the nearer I get to a deadline Medeia!

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  6. I like the sound of this story. Tulips are beautiful flowers. :-)

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  7. Definitely intriguing! Got to love a story where love defies all.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth. I had fun writing it too!

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  8. What Elizabeth said! I like reading about two headstrong people who force their way together -- and convince the world their love is real!

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  9. Ooh! I love the premise. Seriously love.

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  10. I loved reading this interview. Congratulations on the release of your book!

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