Blockbuster Blogiversary Giveaways from Sabrina Jeffries!

Hi friends! I’m really excited to tell you about the wonderful prizes you can win from Sabrina Jeffries!

But first! Some “house keeping.” I kept saying all the giveaways would run through the end of the month. Then realized/remembered … “self, some of these giveaways won’t be posted until the end of the month.” So … let’s say everything is open through February 6th unless the author states otherwise in their post comments. (I’d always defer to the person actually furnishing the prize!) I expect – other than again for the authors picking their own winners, I’ll be using randomizer a lot and posting winners the second week of February. Let’s be honest here and all admit/realize there’s no chance in hell I’ll be organized enough to contact each person. So that’s that.

So! What is the wonderful and fantabulous Sabrina giving away?  TWO PRIZE PACKS!

Prize Pack One: the Royal Brotherhood Series and the candle in a teacup

Bound together by the royal father who denied them, they’ve formed a pact to help each other achieve their every desire…including the women of their dreams.
Miss Katherine Merivale is desperate to make a respectable match — if only her childhood sweetheart would propose! Until he does, she can’t touch the fortune she’s inherited. So the last thing she needs is notorious rogue Alec Black putting her proposed marriage at risk with his distracting, smoldering gaze and moonlit kisses.
Alec, the Earl of Iversley — and one of three bastard sons of the Prince of Wales — is secretly searching for an heiress bride to pay his debts. Fiery Katherine seems the answer to his prayers, and her passionate response to his practiced seduction soon assures him that she is his. But Alec knows Katherine is looking for a love-match, and he wonders…what will happen when she discovers his deception?

Beautiful Lady Regina Tremaine has turned down so many suitors that she’s called La Belle Dame Sans Merci. The truth: she won’t marry because she carries a dark secret. She sees no good reason, however, why her brother shouldn’t court the lovely Louisa North — even if the girl’s brother, the notorious “Dragon Viscount,” objects.
Marcus North, Viscount Draker — bastard son of the Prince of Wales — is rumored to be a monster who holds women captive in his dark castle to have his way with them. He has been exiled from polite society for years. But when Lady Regina makes a plea on her brother’s behalf, Marcus proposes an outrageous deal: her brother can court Louisa so long as Marcus can court Regina. Can the beauty and the beast survive a proper courtship when the devastatingly improper passion between them threatens to cause the scandal of the century?

Proper Lady Christabel, the Marchioness of Haversham, is desperate to regain some letters that could destroy her—so desperate that she pretends to be the mistress of notorious gaming-club owner Gavin Byrne to accompany him to a scandalous house party where she can reclaim them. But when she agreed to let Byrne coach her on how a true mistress behaves, she never suspected how very . . . persuasive his wicked lessons would be.

Gavin is secretly determined to find the letters himself and use them for revenge against the noble sire who abandoned him to grow up in London’s worst slums. He’s also delighted at how very successful his “mistress lessons” are: it won’t be long before the luscious young widow is in his bed. But when Christabel catches Gavin in his own seductive net, he faces a difficult choice: to wreak the vengeance he’s planned all his life, or to protect the woman he may—to his own astonishment—need more than revenge.

*and don’t forget the candle in the teacup!

Prize Pack Two: trade paperback editions of the first three books of the new Duke Dynasty series and a Bachelor shot glass

From New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries comes a sparkling new series about an oft-widowed mother’s grown children, who blaze through society in their quest for the truth about their fathers . . . and in the process find that love just might conquer all . . .

A series of stepfathers and a difficult childhood have left Fletcher “Grey” Pryde, 5th Duke of Greycourt, with a guarded heart, enviable wealth, and the undeserved reputation of a rogue. Grey’s focus on expanding his dukedom allows him little time to find a wife. But when his mother is widowed yet again and he meets the charmingly unconventional woman managing his stepfather’s funeral, he’s shocked to discover how much they have in common. Still, Grey isn’t interested in love, no matter how pretty, or delightfully outspoken, the lady . . .

Beatrice Wolfe gave up on romance long ago, and the arrogant Duke of Greycourt with his rakish reputation isn’t exactly changing her mind. Then Grey agrees to assist his grief-stricken mother with her latest “project”: schooling spirited, unfashionable Beatrice for her debut. Now that Beatrice is seeing through Grey’s charms to his wounded heart, she’s having trouble keeping him at arm’s length. But once Grey starts digging into her family’s secrets, she must decide whether her loyalties lie with her family . . . or with the man whose lessons capture her heart . . .

Lady Gwyn Drake has long protected her family’s reputation by hiding an imprudent affair from her youth. But when her former suitor appears at Armitage Hall, manhandling the heiress and threatening to go public with her secrets, it’s Gwyn who needs protecting. Her twin brother, Thorn, hires Joshua Wolfe, the estate’s gamekeeper, to keep her safe in London during her debut. As a war hero, Joshua feels obligated to fulfill the assignment he has accepted. But as a man, it’s torment to be so very close to the beauty he’s fought to ignore . . .

With handsome Joshua monitoring her every move, Gwyn would prefer to forget both the past and the parade of money-seeking bachelors at her coming out. But Joshua is unmoved by her attempts at flirtation, and the threat of blackmail still hangs over her. With danger closing in, Gwyn must decide which is the greater risk: deflecting a scoundrel’s attempts to sabotage her—or revealing her whole heart to the rugged bodyguard she can’t resist . . .

A past kiss with adorably bookish Miss Olivia Norley should be barely a memory for Marlowe Drake, the Duke of Thornstock. After all, there are countless debutantes for a handsome rakehell to charm beyond a young lady whose singular passion is chemistry—of the laboratory type. But Thorn has not forgotten—or forgiven—the shocking blackmail scheme sparked by that single kiss, or the damage caused to both their names. Now Thorn’s half-brother, Grey, has hired the brilliant Miss Norley for her scientific expertise in solving a troubling family mystery. And the once-burned Thorn, suspicious of her true motives, vows to follow her every move . . .

For Olivia, determining whether arsenic poisoning killed Grey’s father is the pioneering experiment that could make her career—and Thorn’s constant presence is merely a distraction. But someone has explosive plans to derail her search. Soon the most unexpected discovery is the caring nature of the reputed scoundrel beside her—and the electricity it ignites between them . . .

Annnnnd this book is not part of the prize pack, but we did want to highlight it because it’s Sabrina’s upcoming book, and next in the series! (Release date is May 25, 2021.)

Along with his stepsiblings, Sheridan Wolfe, Duke of Armitage, is determined to finally solve the mysteries behind the suspicious deaths of their mother’s three husbands. Tasked with investigating a possible suspect, Sheridan finds himself in dangerous proximity to her captivating daughter, Vanessa Pryde. But still haunted by a tragically lost love, the duke is resolved to resist the attraction—and avoid any “scheming” husband-hunters. Besides, lovely Miss Pryde seems utterly smitten with a roguish London playwright . . .

Vanessa thinks a little scheming may be in order—for it’s Sheridan she truly has her sights, and her heart, set on. Her theatrical flirtation is intended only to break through his business-like demeanor and guarded emotions. And as Sheridan’s jealousy becomes aroused, the two soon find themselves propelled into a scheme of an altogether different kind, involving a pretend engagement, a secret inquiry—and a perhaps not-so-secret leap into true love . . .

How do you enter to win? Tell me  – what do you think of audiobooks? Do you love them? Hate them? Avoid them? Are you mad for them? If you listen to them, who are your favorite audiobook narrators? INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW. [You can also say which prize pack you have a strong preference for – we’ll take it into consideration but it won’t be determinative unless I’m really on top of things that day.]

*whispers* I’m also asking because … if we get an overwhelming response, there might be a bonus prize: Beware A Scot’s Revenge in audio.

Lady Venetia Campbell’s visit to her childhood home in Scotland takes a dramatic turn when she’s kidnapped at pistol point by her father’s sworn enemy. Sir Lachlan Ross is widely feared in his guise as The Scottish Scourge, but Venetia remembers her former neighbor as a handsome youth whose attentions she craved. Now a wickedly sexy man, Lachlan’s appeal is even more intoxicating…and much more dangerous. Though Lachlan tries to treat her as his foe, his scorching kisses tell another story. And despite his plan to use her as a weapon against her father, Venetia is determined that Lachlan’s lust for revenge will be trumped by an even more powerful desire….

43 thoughts on “Blockbuster Blogiversary Giveaways from Sabrina Jeffries!

  1. flchen1

    I’m taking a moment to swoon over all Sabrina’s gorgeous covers! WOW!

    As for audiobooks, I don’t personally listen much, but I know many readers love them, and find they’re not only super convenient for commuting or working out or cleaning house or whatnot, but also bring the stories to life in a whole different way. I’ve heard great things about Jason Clarke and Lili Valente’s narration of Erin Nicholas’s Hot Cakes series. AND my brother is an actor who has also done audio work, so I guess he’d be my favorite, LOL! 😉

    I’d be over the moon with either of Sabrina’s prizes, but am especially making googly eyes at her Duke Dynasty set 🙂

    Thanks for such a thrilling month of celebrating, Lime!

  2. Diane Sallans

    I’ve never listened to an audio book – never felt the need. I think they are an interesting idea for commuters or travelers. I’ve read lots of Sabrina’s books, including The Royal Brotherhood series, so I would love the books from the Duke Dynasty series. Happy Blogiversary!!

  3. Carrie S

    I can’t listen to audiobooks. I have too much trouble paying attention. Either, the author reads to slow or I get distracted and miss a page or two. Plus, how you can you reread and savor awesome dialogue on an audiobook?!

  4. Pat Dupuy

    Lovely prizes! I listen to audiobooks only on road trips when I’m a captive audience. I can happily listen as the miles roll by. I can’t make myself sit down to listen at home though. Too many distractions and I’m a bit ADD.

  5. Jen

    Love the chance to win! Thank you..I don’t listen to audiobooks. I don’t have a reason just not really interested.

  6. Rebecca

    I like audiobooks fairly well. I listen to them while I do inventory at work or on long car rides. This is where it gets weird I don’t particularly like to listen to audiobooks narrated by women. I’m a little hard of hearing and have to turn them up far too high.

  7. Wendy

    I listen to audiobooks before bed. It helps me wind down. That is pretty much the only time. I love paper books. I would love both prize packs, I have read them all .

  8. Katherine S.

    The narrator makes or breaks the audiobook for me. I especially enjoy listening to audio books on a long car ride.

  9. Danielle Serda

    I’ve never been an audio book person to be honest. Never tried it, but I don’t usually enjoy being read to. Did think about trying them though a little while back.

  10. Jodi Hines

    I want to try and audiobook I just have not pulled the trigger yet. I like both prize packs but if I had to pick 1 is my first choice. Thank you.

  11. Charlotte Litton

    I’ve never listened to an audiobook before, I’d be so thrilled with either of the giveaways, #1 with the candle is cool. Thanks for the chance ❤

  12. Elane Nunley

    I love everything by Sabrina Jeffries! And I love audiobooks! I can “read” while driving, while working at the barn and while sewing. And almost any book with a British narrator is awesome!

  13. Laura

    I like audiobooks very much. I’m not sure if my mother has ever listened to one, though, and that is relevant because this prize would be going to her, should I win. I’m sure she wouldn’t turn it down and she’s a fan of Ms. Jeffries’ work so it’s all good. I think I’d pick the candle in a teacup prize, just because my mother is not really a drinker so a shot glass makes no sense for her, however, I’m positive she would like either of the prizes for the books alone.

  14. Elizabeth Krentz-Wee

    I love audio books! My husband first gave me an Audible membership back before Amazon bought Audible. I listen while walking, while commuting (prepandemic), while cooking. The narrator makes ALL the difference. Most impact thing to check in reviews. I cringe at words pronounced incorrectly. I am totally an anglophile when it comes to narrators, so no surprise that most of my audio books are my historical romances. That said, one of my all time favorite narrators is Barbara Rosenblatt, whom I heard read many of Elizabeth Peters’ Amelia Peabody series.

  15. Ashley Mason

    I dont enjoy Audio book. If im having trouble reading one of my husband books like the Gunslinger then I’ll listen to it instead. Most the time audio is just hard for me to pay attention too, plus I have a senory from headphones and earbuds. Since I can’t wear those and I got young kids, plus my problem with attention. Audio books just don’t work for me. I’d like Sabrina Jeffries 1st pack with the Royal Brotherhood. I’ve got the others. Lol Thanks so much for the giveaway. Safe health and safe. 🥰😘

  16. Anonymous

    I don’t usually do audiobooks. My mind wanders while listening so I miss stuff. I would love to be entered in the Prize Pack one drawing.

  17. Alice Castle

    I love listen to audio books when I’m weeding the flowerbeds! Spring is coming so I need more! I guess for me audio books are seasonal! I’ve read all of The Royal Brotherhood Series but I still need to read the Duke Dynasty series. Your new book sounds wonderful! Thank you!

  18. Kerrie Ramsey

    I miss too much listening to Audiobooks and I constantly have trouble following the story. Maybe I would do better if I did not listen while driving…lol. I love my quiet time, when I read and enjoy my peace!

  19. Margaret V

    I have a hard time concentrating on audiobooks but maybe this one would prove me wrong. I love Sabrina Jeffries books. Thanks!

  20. Melissa Lee

    I’ve listened to several audiobooks, but they are not my preferred choice. I get distracted too easily, so I find myself backtracking. Other times I stop for a break and forget to go back to it. I do get picky about narrators as well, I have to like their voice to keep going. If I had to choose a prize pack it would be the Duke Dynasty set.

  21. Jo Taylor

    I don’t do audio books. My mind wanders all over the place, and the next thing I know I’ve missed something really important!

  22. Beth

    I was never much for audio books, until I decided to try them on cross country drives, now I love them!!! They allow me to listen to books while doing other things, like washing dishes or cleaning house and I don’t feel as lazy as I do when I am sitting down to read a book…LOL!!!
    Either prize pack would be wonderful!!

  23. Jo Ann White

    Audio books are ok with me, but I prefer holding the book. Audio books are great when driving. Either prize would be great because all of your books are great reads. Thank you for the opportunity.

  24. Ellen Lewis

    I listen to audiobooks but I tend to forget them faster. I still read, though, too. I don’t have a favorite narrator; I never even thought about that! If I win and I’m allowed to choose, I would love the package with the candle! Thanks so much for the opportunity! Love your books!!

  25. June Pack

    I have never had a audiobook before. I’ve read ebooks along with the paperbacks and any of your books are great to read. I have read all of your books except a couple ebooks which I couldn’t get at the time. Either prize package would suit me because I absolutely love your books.

  26. Suzonne

    I have never had an audiobook so I’m not sure if I would like someone else reading to me. I do love reading the real handheld books and the e-books. I would love to win some of Sabrina’s new ones as I’ve missed out being on a fixed income now. Thank you for always thinking of your readers! 😊

  27. Carla VanZandt

    I love audio books! If I’m not reading a book, I’m listening. Getting dressed, driving cooking, cleaning and I go to sleep with it as well. But that’s tricky because I end up staying awake. Lol.

    Favorite narrator is Santino Fontana. Best narration I ever experienced was by him. Unfortunately, he doesn’t do romance but I so wish he did!

  28. Allison Herceg

    I’m avoiding audio books. I like the idea that I can have all the books, and not have the physical books taking up space. But I am also a purist, and like the feel of the books.

  29. maria ferrer

    I’ve heard some very good audiobooks and some very bad ones but overall they’re quite enjoyable. Audiobooks allow me to do needed things and still enjoy my romances. The Duke Dynasty books would be lovely to win. I’ve yet to decide on a favorite narrator for historical romances but Michael Prichard reading Nero Wolfe (Rex Stout) knocks them out of the park.

  30. Limecello Post author

    To be very clear, I’m not entering the giveaways. 😀
    That being said! Audiobooks! I used to be very vocal about them not being for me. (They’d put me to sleep, I’d miss things, etc.) HOWEVER. Due to my devices being ancient and basically held hostage by them last year … I started listening to audiobooks while waiting for things to load since they were the only thing that could/would run in the background. Then there was some other stuff – and now – especially with my lack of focus near the end of the year because stress – I listen to way more audiobooks than I read in text. 😱
    I’ve found a narrator can ruin an otherwise good book for me … or! A great narrator can keep me listening to a book I might’ve DNF’d.
    Two absolute standout narrators for me are Wesleigh Siobhan and Jakobi Diem. I like her bright engaging voice, and as for him … his voice is like melted butter <3 oh it’s a delight.


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