Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Sealed With a Kiss: Heather Snow + Giveaway

Heather Snow

Heather Snow is a historical romance writer with a degree in Chemistry who found she much preferred creating chemistry on the page, rather than in the lab! She is forever trying to wrangle her left and right brain to work together (some days with more success than others!), but if her two sides had to duke it out, left would win every time--which can be a creative challenge. Luckily, she loves challenges...she just goes about solving them analytically.

She lives with her husband and two sons in the Midwest and truly hopes you find her stories have just the right chemistry...

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Written by Liliana Wentworth, née Claremont, Countess of Stratford, to her husband—upon the birth of their daughter, some seven and one half months after the Epilogue…

The Love Letter:

Dearest Geoffrey,

I find myself overcome with emotion as I sit here in the stillness of the night… I’ve just finished nursing our precious daughter and she is now tucked back snug in her cradle. Aunt will likely have plenty to say over the unusual nature of me choosing to suckle our baby myself, but when have I ever been conventional? How fortunate I am to have you in my life, who encourages me to be only who I am.

As I watch you sleep, the firelight glinting off of your ebony hair like flashes of lightning in a pitch black sky, my chest aches with love for you. As a scientist, I understand that there is some physiological reaction in a woman’s body after she gives birth that makes her feel overwhelming love, as well as a deep sense of contentment. I suspect it is so that she bonds with her newborn. Perhaps, one day, we may even discover what causes such phenomena. But I also know that whatever this rare wonder is, it is not the reason I am moved nearly to tears as I look upon you.

While there are many, many reasons I love you, my darling, tonight I am most grateful for one—that our daughter will have a father who will respect her. One who will encourage and support her in anything she chooses to do with her life. One who will not expect her to conform to society’s idea of what a female should be. One who will appreciate whatever gifts she possesses, and who will guide her to use those gifts for the greater good. One who will be her launching pad, as my father was for me when he was alive…and as you are for me now.

I miss my father, tonight. I regret that our daughter will never know him. But I know that he would be proud that I’ve chosen so well in a husband—a man who treasures his daughter as he did. A man who deserves my love.

And you have it, always…


Check out Geoffrey and Liliana's love story in: 
A Veiled Seduction Novel ~Book One
"Historical intrigue and heart-pounding passion make Sweet Enemy a great read. Romance fans will love it."  -#1 NYT Bestselling Author JULIE GARWOOD

Geoffrey Wentworth, a war hero and rising political star, never wanted to be the Earl, but when his brother dies, he knows his duty—take up the responsibility for his family’s estates. His mother’s definition of duty differs from his, however, and can be summed up in one word—heirs. When Geoffrey rushes home to answer her urgent summons, he finds himself host to a house full of women, all vying to become the next Countess of Stratford. But his love is Parliament, where he wields his influence and reputation to better the lives of ex-soldiers, until a tempting houseguest and a secret from his past threaten his freedom…and his heart.
Liliana Claremont, a brilliant chemist, doesn’t want to be any man’s wife, much less a Countess. If she had tuppence for every time she’d been told her place was filling the nursery, not experimenting in the laboratory, she could buy the Tower Bridge. However, when she receives a coveted invitation to the Earl’s house party, she trades in her beakers for ball gowns and gladly takes on the guise of husband hunter—for the chance to uncover what the Earl had to do with the murder of her father.
Heather is giving away a copy of SWEET ENEMY, to 1 lucky commenter (Open Internationally) So make sure you leave a comment on this post AND fill out the rafflecopter for your chance to win!

And don't forget to head over to Ramblings From This Chick blog, check out Geoffrey's letter to Liliana, and comment/enter that giveaway as well! 

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Swing by the special Sealed with a Kiss event page to get extra entries for the GRAND PRIZE!!!


  1. Such a sweet letter. This book sounds amazing and I can't wait to read it. Thanks for the giveaway.


  2. What a sweet letter... :) Sounds terrific!

  3. Loved the letter, very sweet. This book sounds awesome and would love to win and read. Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Thanks for the fantastic post series! I'm loving these "love letters". My book budget for this month is going to be shot! You've given me all these "must reads"!!!!!!

  5. *Blink. Blink. Blink*

    No, I don't have any tears in my eyes! They're *sniff* just dry *sniff*. Oh, alright. I confess--this sweet letter did make me tear up a bit! :D I look forward to reading their lovestory then!


  6. I love this letter! Haha. So sweet!!!! Thanks for the letter, and the giveaway!:D

  7. Such a sweet letter, loved it!

  8. I LOVED THIS LETTER! It was really sweet, so now I can't wait to read their love story from the beginning!!

  9. Awww - I Do Love that letter!

  10. Such a sweet letter!! Loving all these love letters :)

  11. The idea of posting all these love letters is amazing... love reading them

  12. This is such a sweet baby. The picture of her nursing her baby is very tender.

  13. Congratulations on your new book.

  14. Now this one actually stirred me to getting misty-eyed! I still get annoyed how the women in the upper echelons of society in those times often hired wet nurses for the nourishment of their infants rather than actually nursing the child themselves. It saddens me to think of how so many women missed out on such an intimate and bonding experience!

  15. Awww...I'm so glad you have enjoyed Liliana's love letter to Geoffrey. She is not a woman who shows emotion well, and having battled her entire life against the expectations of what she could and should do as a female, I really thought this would express her greatest love for Geoffrey...that she trusts him to raise her little girl :)

  16. Congrats on your debut release, Heather.

  17. I thought the love letter was very sweet and I'm looking forward to reading Sweet Enemy very much.

    Barbed1951 at aol dot com

  18. Do not enter me as i've read it already. Just wanted to comment on how much i love the letter. So sweet. I loved Geoffrey and Liliana's characters.

    Lisa B

  19. How sweet, a love letter and a "your a wonderful father" letter. Very nice!

  20. I love this letter. So romantic and beautiful.

  21. Congrats on the release of your first book. These letters showing their love for each other on the day of the birth of their daughter. They make me what to read this book even more.

  22. Congrats on your first novel! I went out to support you and bought your book at Barnes and Noble.

  23. Awe, her letter is so sweet too. :)

  24. I loved this letter. Is so sweet, make my heart want cry. This book sounds amazing and I can't wait to read it.
    Thank you for giveaway and make international.

    filiafantasy at gmail dot com

  25. Such a wonderful letter. I wish someone would write a love letter for me too :)

    Thank u for this amazing giveaway and making it international.

  26. Beautiful letter. Very emotional and filled with love. I would love to read Sweet Enemy. Thanks for the chance to win. GFC name is lucky47
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  27. I already have your book on my Find It! list. What a lovely letter.

  28. I did love the letter thank you,. Just beautiful.


  29. Heather is a new author to me. Her book sounds great and I love the letter. Something about letters that are so great.


  30. Aww, wonderful! Liliana and Geoffrey are such a fantastic couple, because they seem real despite them being the hero/heroin of a historical romance novel. Their attraction, problems, doubts are all realistic and true despite the century differences. Congratulations Heather!! :-D

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