Friday, August 2, 2013

Book Tour for The Billionaire Princess by Christina Tetreault (GIVEAWAY)


Fans of the contemporary genre will find The Billionaire Princess by Christina Tetreault a delightfully sensual read.  Keep reading to get a taste of it and make sure to leave a comment for your chance to win a bookstore GC!

She was raised as an American Princess.
Following the betrayal of a former lover, Sara Sherbrooke swore off relationships, too afraid she would be used again. Instead she has devoted all her energy to succeeding in politics without relying on her family name. That is until one night in Hawaii with her brother's best friend Christopher Hall.
He is a self-made billionaire.
Technological genius and CEO of Hall Technology, Christopher Hall first met Sara Sherbrooke when he and Jake Sherbrooke were college roommates. While attending Jake's wedding in Hawaii, Christopher is reintroduced to Sara, a beauty who was once way out of his league. But now as the most eligible bachelor in Silicon Valley, the only thing stopping Christopher from pursuing Sara is the thought of betraying his best friend.
As they work together to promote a new education initiative, neither can deny the attraction between them. But will their growing romance be worth all of the consequences?

EXCERPT:

"All set." Sara forced herself to smile despite the tightness in her chest. She couldn't explain it, but she felt as if each step up the stairs was taking her further away from her life as she knew it and closer to something else. Something new and unexpected.
Christopher took a step back so she could enter the plane. "Excellent. As soon as you're settled we can go."
Forty minutes into the flight, Sara ditched her jacket and reached for her cup of tea. Both she and Christopher had finished their breakfast and had gone straight to work. Or at least she tried to work. Her brain had other ideas. It wanted to focus on the man seated across from her. Once again Sara's eyes traveled back to Christopher, the man who visited her dreams every night. The man, who despite knowing it was a huge mistake, she wanted to get to know better.
Despite her inability to work, Christopher didn't suffer from the same fate. Since opening his laptop, he hadn't looked up once. A fact that actually annoyed her a little. Having a man ignore her wasn't something that ever happened.
Perhaps sensing her gaze, Christopher looked up, his warm chocolate brown eyes locking on her face. Heat instantly scorched her cheeks. It was one thing to study someone but another to be caught doing it.
"Sorry, I haven't been very good company," he said, his eyes never leaving her face. "I'm almost done with this."
The soft leather felt cool against the back of her thighs as she shifted in her seat, causing her skirt to ride up her thigh. "Don't worry, I'm fine."
Christopher's eyes dropped down to the screen once again. She heard his fingers moving over the keyboard then he closed the laptop and his gaze once again settled on her face.
"All done. I'm all yours.”  His mouth curved into a wide smile.
Memories of their one night together exploded in her mind.  They hadn't spoken of it on the three occasions they'd seen each other yet she couldn't help but wonder if he ever thought about it. Too bad asking is out of the question.
"You should be careful who you say that to." She hoped a little teasing would help her think of him as a brother type rather than a lover. After all she joked with Jake all the time. "Say that to the wrong woman and you'll find yourself holding a pumice stone giving a pedicure."
Without warning he leaned forward and lifted her leg toward him. The feel of his hand on her bare calf sent shivers through her body.
"Since it looks like you had one recently, I guess I'm safe." He lifted his head from his inspection of her coral pink toenails. Slowly he put her foot back down to the floor and released it. But even after he moved his hand away she could feel it on her skin.

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AUTHOR INFO:

I wrote my first story with characters similar to those in the Sweet Valley Twins books at the age of 10 on my grandmother's manual typewriter. As I got older my stories and characters became more mature. During my freshman year at UMass Dartmouth, I read my first romance novel and fell in love with the genre. I have been writing contemporary romance ever since.
Today I live with my husband, three beautiful daughters and two dogs in Massachusetts. Whenever I have a free moment you'll find me either reading a romance novel or working on my most current story

Website:  www.christinatetreault.com
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/christinatetreaultauthor
Twitter: @cgricci
Blog:  http://happilyeverafter-cgtetreault.blogspot.com/
Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/cgricci/

**********GIVEAWAY**********

Christina will be awarding a $15.00 Amazon or BN gift card (Winner's Choice) to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

-To be entered, leave a comment, along with your email addy.
-Winner will be chosen randomly from all comments made throughout the tour, so the more you comment the greater your chances of winning.  A list of all participating blogs can be found here.
-Giveaway ends at 11:59 PM CST on 8/9.

14 comments:

  1. Thanks for this great giveaway!!!

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  2. That's an excerpt to make me smile.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  3. You were 10 years old when you typed your first story?! WOW. Did your grandma get to read it? Did you share it with your friends?
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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    1. My mom and grandmother both read it. I actually had it up until about 4 years ago when I lost it in a house fire

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    2. Were they two of your early beta readers? LOL.

      I'm sorry you lost it in a house fire. We had a fire in our outbuildings a year and a half ago. It destroyed a lot of precious things, including every Christmas item we had--trees, ornaments, decorations, cards, stockings, etc. At least no people (or cats) were hurt, but I still think of things that were lot in the fire.

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  4. Hmmmm....I wonder if he really was an uneffected as he seemed. Thanks for the great excerpt

    fencingromein at hotmail dot com

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  5. Thank you so much for hosting me today.

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  6. Another excellent leg of the tour! I look forward to seeing what comes up next week!

    andralynn7 AT gmail DOT com

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  7. Nice excerpt, thank you.

    Kit3247(at)aol(dot)com

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  8. sounds intriguing

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  9. What a great giveaway! Thanks

    hense1kk (at) cmich (dot) edu

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  11. Sounds like a great story! Thanks for the giveaway! cheryllynne(at)rocketmail(dot)com

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