Interview and Giveaway: Jennifer Delamere, Author of A Bride for the Season

Please welcome Jennifer Delamere to the virtual offices this morning!

[Manga Maniac Café] Describe yourself in five words or less.   

[Jennifer Delamere] Travel-loving history geek

[Manga Maniac Café] What’s one thing you won’t leave home without?      

[Jennifer Delamere] My CamelBak water bottle. I’m a big believer in the benefits of drinking lots of water.

[Manga Maniac Café] Name three things on your desk right now.   

[Jennifer Delamere] My RITA® finalist pin (taped to my computer);

a coffee cup filled with bookmarks from my favorite authors;

an engraved silver bookmark with the George Eliot quote: “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”

[Manga Maniac Café] You have been granted the use of one superpower for one week.  Which power would you choose, and what would you do with it?    

[Jennifer Delamere] I’d stop time long enough to catch up on my writing and all my home projects!

[Manga Maniac Café] What are some books that you enjoyed recently?

[Jennifer Delamere] “The Anatomist’s Wife” by Anna Lee Huber; “The Girl Who Came Home,” by Hazel Gaynor; “Sailing Out of Darkness,” by Normandie Fischer

About A BRIDE FOR THE SEASON

London’s most scandalous bachelor has finally gone too far. Caught in a situation that was innocent but too compromising, James Simpson is forced to admit that he must do the honorable thing and marry the lady. Unfortunately, marriage alone will not be enough to appease her father. He won’t agree to a dowry unless James can find a suitable husband for the lady’s elder sister-the shy and awkward Lucinda Cardington.
Lucinda doesn’t care that she is close to being “on the shelf”; she has more serious pursuits in mind. She enjoys the friendship she and James share over their love of photography, but she leaves dreams of romance to silly young ladies like her sister. James does manage to find a match for Lucinda, and his efforts to get them together are about to succeed…until James comes to the distressing realization that he doesn’t want Lucinda in anyone’s arms but his own.

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About Jennifer Delamere

The youngest child of a Navy pilot and a journalist, Jennifer acquired a love of adventure and an excitement for learning that continues to this day. She’s lived in three countries and traveled throughout theU.S. An avid reader of classics and historical fiction, she also enjoys biographies and histories, which she mines for the vivid details to bring to life the characters and places in her books. She resides with her husband in North Carolina–where, when not writing or dreaming up romantic adventures for her characters, she can be found fantasizing about her next ski trip or European vacation.

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2 thoughts on “Interview and Giveaway: Jennifer Delamere, Author of A Bride for the Season

  • November 27, 2014 at 1:22 pm
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    So, Jennifer, you’re a “travel-loving history geek”! Me too! These days I must travel virtually and by the printed word, however. Spent a full Summer in 1986 in the British Isles and saw much of England, and a little of Scotland, Wales and Ireland. My reading addiction to historical romances became cemented in my psyche at that time, although I started reading my mother’s hidden stash (e.g., Forever Amber by Kathleen Winsor and Gone With the Wind) when I was in 8th grade. Thanks for your tour and this post.

  • November 28, 2014 at 8:40 am
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    How awesome that you were able to spend a full summer in the British Isles. I’ve spent nearly a month there over the course of two visits, and can’t wait to go back. I’ve been able to travel many places, but I do a lot of “virtual” travel too. And I spend so much time researching Victorian England by reading the books and periodicals written during the time (many via online sources), that I feel like a virtual time traveler as well. Thank you for taking the time to stop by and comment!

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