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#BookGiveaway Spotlight on Andie Brock, Bound by His Desert Diamond

This week Spotlight on Author is on Andie Brock and her latest release,  Bound by His Desert Diamond. And there's a giveaway of a kindle copy to one commenter!


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Summer, every time! I hate the cold and I’m the first person to be pulling on my jumper at the slightest chill. But I can take plenty of heat. A scorching Greek island in August – fine by me!



Crackling fireplace. One of the few good things about winter in my opinion. We have an open fire at home and light it as a weekend treat during the winter.


I loved writing the scene where Annalina and Zahir meet for the first time on the bridge in Paris. They are both pretty pumped up, Annalina fleeing from her engagement party and Zahir determined to bring her back. He lunges at Anna, wrongly thinking she is about throw herself into the River Seine. Let’s just say she is not impressed!

Princess Annalina has reluctantly agreed to marry the king of the Nabatean to save her country from financial ruin. But at the engagement party in Paris she realises she can’t go through with it and flees. Anna is followed and confronted by a dark stranger who is determined to take her back to meet her fate. When a photographer spots them together Anna seizes the chance to make herself appear disreputable by pulling this fearsome man into a passionate clinch. But far from solving her problems, Anna has just increased them tenfold. Because the brutally handsome stranger is none other than the king’s brother, Prince Zahir Zahani. And now Princess Annalina finds herself engaged to him!

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    1. Thanks Christine. I do love this story!

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  2. Lol Fires are the only thing I like about winter. ;)

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    1. I'm not a winter person Kelly/Ashelyn!

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  3. I was always enjoy finding out a bit more about an author's likes and dislikes and, particularly, the parts of a book they particularly enjoyed writing. Thank you Andie! And I totally agree with the crackling fireplace!

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    1. Thank you for your comments Helen! It's great to hear from you. :)

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  4. I love crackling fires too! So cozy in the winter and they just feel so nice. Wonderful to learn more about Andie. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Thank you Jess! And thanks for stopping by. :)

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  5. Having to marry someone you don't love never sounds fun.

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    1. No. But I suppose people do marry for different reasons and still make it work. Thanks for stopping by, Mary.

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  6. Congratulations, Andie on your new release! I love crackling fires, too, especially when I have a new romance to read. All the best to everyone in 2017. Thanks for sharing this with you followers, Nas.

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Victoria! And a Happy New Year to you too!

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  7. I'm very much a summer girl too - the cold just doesn't cut it for me, and I'm always shivering. I would much rather enjoy the warmer weather!

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  8. That sounds like a love story with a twist!

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  9. Oh, this one seems like one to watch out for! I'm intrigued!

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  10. I love summer best too and also find fires the best part of winter.

    The story sounds great. As the mother of four young men, them falling for the same girl is one of my worst nightmares.

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