Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Book Blast for His Perfect Game by Jenn Langston (GIVEAWAY)

As a fan of the historical genre I love discovering new-to-me authors telling unique stories.  Today I'm bringing you His Perfect Game by Jenn Langston, an enticing historical read featuring a marriage of convenience theme.  Keep reading to get a glimpse of this book and leave a comment stating why you love reading historicals for the chance to win a copy of this book!

Greyson Thorpe, Viscount Merrick, wants respectability above all else. Knowing the fastest way to achieve that state comes through marriage, he challenges Hammond Everett, the Duke of Donetic to a card game. After winning the match, the duke agrees to exchange his daughter’s hand in marriage for the forgiveness of his debts.
Willimena Abigail Everett had no desire to marry after experiencing the violent nature of men at her father’s hand. When Viscount Merrick arrives, she has no choice other than to obey her father and marry him. Will she be able to set aside her previous beliefs about men and judge her husband by his own merits?    
After obtaining good social standing, Greyson sends his bride to the country; however, he finds himself missing her. Following her to the estate, he discovers she had been living a double life. Will he discover her secrets and control his burning desire for her at the same time?


“The weather is quite gloomy,” Lord Merrick commented.
Abigail nodded. His generic observation would have been humorous had she not been so nervous about what she had to do. “This situation is unorthodox, is it not?”
“Yes.” His eyes met hers and captured her attention.
Never in her life had someone been so focused on her. She was seen by many, but noticed by none. His awareness of her brought out a longing she thought she’d left in the past. She wanted to be her own person, someone worthy of being noticed, not an ornament her father brought out and displayed.
Her indecision fled with her nerves. Powered by her newfound desire, she stood and watched as he did so as well. As she took the three short steps toward him, he kept his emotionless expression fixed upon her. Before she lost her boldness, she placed her hands on his chest and pressed her lips against his.
The kiss only lasted a second before he reeled back, but Abigail could still feel the warmth of his mouth. The experience proved more pleasant than she expected. Her eyes fell to his soft lips, and she realized she wanted to kiss him again.
“What are you doing?”
“T-trying to entice y-you,” she stuttered. Her gaze moved away from his mouth, but her thoughts had not.



Jenn Langston graduated from the University of Houston with a BBA in Accounting and a minor in European studies. Although working as an accountant and mother, she still finds spare time to write. She has always been fascinated with London during the 1800s, and her historical romances express her love of the time period.
When not writing, Jenn loves spending time with her husband and three children. Some of their favorite activities include camping, bowling, and visiting the museum. She also loves reading romance of any kind, and normally is seen with her Kindle close by her side.



Jenn will be awarding a digital copy of His Perfect Game to two randomly drawn commenters during the tour.

-To be entered, LEAVE A COMMENT TELLING US WHY YOU LOVE READING HISTORICAL BOOKS, along with your email addy (no email=no entry).
-Winners 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 TONIGHT!


  1. Thank you for hosting me. I am excited about the release of His Perfect Game and am looking forward to speaking with you and your blog visitors.

  2. I read more contemporaries than historicals...but I like to read about strong, sassy women and that's especially fun in historicals.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

    1. Catherine, Abigail does have a bit of spunk that gets drawn out as the book progresses.