It’s time for the October book club pick – and we’re going to be reading another historical, but a More Different Historical. The Caribbean! Pirates! AND cross dressing!
ETA: I’m opening the contest for an additional day since the site was down this weekend – have at it!
The October book is Darlene Marshall’s Sea Change. Here’s the summary: American privateer Captain David Fletcher needs a surgeon for his wounded brother. But when he captures a British merchantman in the Caribbean, what he gets is Charley Alcott, an apprentice physician barely old enough to shave. Needs take priority over skill, and Captain Fletcher whisks the prisoner aboard his ship with orders to do his best or he’ll be walking the plank.
Charley Alcott’s medical skills are being put to the test in a life-or-death situation—Charley’s life as well as the patient’s. Even if Charley can save the captain’s brother, there will still be hell to pay, and maybe a plank to walk, when Captain Fletcher learns Charley is really Charlotte Alcott.
A war is raging on the world’s oceans, and two enemies will fight their own battles and their attraction to each other as they undergo a sea change neither of them is expecting, but cannot deny…
As usual, if you use SBTBARE at checkout, you will get a 50% eBook Bucks Rebate at AllRomance.com, the official sponsor of the Sizzling Book Club. The 50% rebate at AllRomance will be valid from October 1-15, 2011. You can also buy a paperback copy at Amazon, or wherever you like to go book shopping.
BUT WAIT THERE IS MORE. In addition to the digital book rebate, I will be giving away 4 print copies of the book. I know the print price is a bit higher than other books we’ve selected, so I will offer the print readers a prize, too. All you have to do is tell me which is your favorite pirate romance in the comments and you’re entered to win.
Standard disclaimers apply: Void where prohibited. I am not being compensated for this giveaway. Comments close in 24 hours. Open to anyone 18 years of age or older in any country where permissible, including the International Space Station. I’ll use a giant slingshot to get the book up there. First pull up, then pull down. Call toll free before digging.
I will be scheduling the October Book Club Chat as soon as I can, so stay tuned for those. I cannot wait to discuss this book with you. I love the book club chats and hope you’ll join us for Floridian piratical historical romance!