Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Pitch Imperfect Giveaway and Book Tour


Once-famous singer Anjuli Carver has returned to tiny Heaverlock Village alone and nearly broke. She’s poured every last penny into a rambling Victorian manor, hoping to start over. Trouble is, her money pit is falling to pieces and the only restoration architect for miles is Rob Douglas…her ex-fiancĂ©.

For eight years, Rob has regretted not telling Anjuli why he never answered her letters. Being left at the altar broke his heart, but being used for sex one night in London after the fact nearly drove him to the edge of sanity, and he’ll be damned if he allows Anjuli to wreak havoc on his life again. He’ll restore her manor, all right, and give her taste of her own medicine while he’s at it.

But how long can revenge last when memories of their shared past keep rushing to the surface?

Soon, Rob wants answers. Why did Anjuli leave the international spotlight to become a recluse in the Scottish Borderlands? And why does she refuse to sing? Anjuli wants nothing more than to be left alone with her grief, even as she struggles to keep her sexy fantasies about Rob in check. With gossipy villagers, interfering friends and more secrets between them than notes on a scale, Anjuli and Rob will need to find forgiveness in order to work together, then decide if they’re willing to risk it all on an encore performance. 



Prizes for the tour are as follows:

• One randomly chosen winner via rafflecopter will win a $50 Amazon/ gift card.
• One randomly chosen host will receive a $25 Amazon/ gift card.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Author Bio, Interview and Links:

Elise reads, writes and revels in romance, and is never happier than when caught up in a heart-thumping, sweat-your-socks-off tale—hers or somebody else’s. She loves creating stories about flawed characters, people for whom love isn’t simply a question of boy-meets-girl, but a gut wrenching journey of transformation. 

What is your least favorite word?

Boredom and all it forms. I cannot stand it when my children say they are bored. And when I hear people complain that they are bored with life it makes me want to scream. Especially when these same people won’t do anything to change their situation. I understand about being tired of doing monotonous things. We’ve all been there. I think life is too precious to waste on being ‘bored’. Not everybody has the luxury to up and change their lives in one go, but it’s the small things, the little changes that can alleviate the tedium of day-to-day. 

What do you do to relax?

I have to do something creative in order to relax, preferably with my children. I like to sit and colour or paint with them, make biscuits and decorate them, or try my hand at teaching them how to knit. The latter is usually abandoned quick time, though. I don’t have the patience to unravel my mistakes and start again. If I’m on my own in the house I play the piano. Chopin is my favourite composer and it’s his music that relaxes me the most when I am playing. There’s something melancholic in many of his pieces, something that absorbs me so much I forget whatever I’m stressing about. However, my favourite way to relax is with my husband—but I’m not going to explain!

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To find out more about Elise and her books, check out her website . Drop by and say hello  on or tweet to her @elise_alden

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