Spotlight – A Princess is Always Right by Stephanie Burkhart + GIVEAWAY

TITLE:    A Princess is Always Right (The Windsor Diaries)
AUTHOR:    Stephanie Burkhart
INFO:    Paperback, Fiction, 180 pages
PUBLISHED:   Desert Breeze Publishing, 2015


ABOUT:  Sophia
may be the youngest Windsor, but she knows her mind. A Princess of
York, she’s committed to do her duty – prevent Jonas Byron from
finding Nikola Tesla and decimating the time line. 


Jax Ruston
is a rugged metalsmith with curly hair and dimples to die for. A
resident of 1855, he’s pledged to help Sophia find Jonas. Together,
they journey across continental Europe in pursuit of Jonas.

Despite
her duty, Sophia’s attracted to handsome Jax. However, he’s committed
to living in 1855. Can Sophia keep her focus on her mission, or will
desire interfere with her task? Only one thing is certain: a princess
is always right.

EXCERPT:  “Gus?
Lord Ridgecroft? Are you here?”


“I
seemed to have crushed a bed of dahlias. I’ll be all right, Miss
Windsor.”

Sophia
drew in a deep, calming breath, as a strong sense of responsibility
settled over her. She had a mission — find Jonas Byron and prevent
him from interfering with Nikola Tesla’s life. It sounded easy, but
Jonas had a head start and depending on when she landed, she might be
days behind him.

“Oww!”
Gus’ shrill cry pierced the night air.

“Lord
Ridgecroft!” Jax rushed to the spot where his cry of distress
originated. Sophia scrambled to her feet, unsure of her surroundings,
though she believed they landed in the spot they had left from — the
garden behind the Ridgecroft townhouse in London.

The
stars provided little light. Kerosene lamps from the street cast long
murky shadows over the garden walls.

“Ow!
Ow! Ow!” Gus cried.

Jax
reached him. “His hand is caught in some type of trap.”

Sophia
frowned. Augustus “Gus” Darling had been thrust into the
role of a nobleman when his uncle, Douglas Dunkirk, passed away. She
really should remember to address him as such.

Slowly,
she inched toward Jax and Lord Ridgecroft’s shadows.

 A door
slammed. “Who’s out there?”

She
recognized the voice of Jeeves, the Ridgecroft’s butler. Her
shoulders relaxed a little.

“It’s
Sophia Windsor! Lord Ridgecroft appears hurt.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  
Stephanie Burkhart is a 911 dispatcher for LAPD. She was born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire. After serving 11 years in the US Army she currently calls Castaic, California her home. Stephanie was married in Denmark in 1991 and has two young sons. She adores chocolate, is addicted to coffee and enjoys early morning walks. She’s also an assistant den leader for her son’s Cub Scout den and is a Boy Scout mom. She writes paranormal, contemporary, and steampunk romance and has two children’s books published with 4RV Publishing. 

FIND ME ON THE WEB AT:
  
WEBSITE:
http://www.stephanieburkhart.com 
TWITTER:
http://twitter.com/StephBurkhart  
FACEBOOK:
https://www.facebook.com/StephanieBurkhartAuthor 
GOOD READS:
http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4031660.Stephanie_Burkhart

YOU TUBE CHANNEL:
http://www.youtube.com/user/botrina?feature=mhee 
PINTEREST:
http://pinterest.com/sgburkhart/ 

BUY LINKS FOR A PRINCESS IS ALWAYS RIGHT: 

PUBLISHERS WEBSITE   
AMAZON
BARNES AND NOBLE  
ALL ROMANCE EBOOKS 


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You can read my review of the third book in this delightful series “A Lady Never Lies”.

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