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Welcome Historical Romance Author, Charlene Raddon!

Posted by on 16 June, 2013

Charlene Raddon

Charlene Raddon

Today I’m helping Charlene Raddon celebrate her latest release, The Scent of Roses. Myself and some other bloggers (listed below) have joined Charlene on a blog hop!! Some of us are offering a giveaway (Amazon gift card in my case), but be sure to read to the end of this page so you don’t miss out on how to qualify for the grand prize. Also be certain you visit each blog and comment to qualify for the individual giveaways. And, AND, I’ve also included the back cover blurb for my upcoming release, Bound to the Highlander. Let the fun begin!!

Charlene Raddon has been writing historical romance novels for over thirty years. Her work has won several awards and much well-deserved praise. Here is what she has to say about her newest release.

The Scent of Roses, Charlene Raddon

The Scent of Roses, Charlene Raddon

Any day when a new book is released is exciting for the author. I’m thrilled to announce that my eBook, The Scent of Roses, is now available.

The Scent of Roses, Charlene Raddon[/caption]The Scent of Roses is a sequel to my last eBook, To Have And To Hold, but stands alone and does not need to be read in order to be enjoyed. Whip Kincaid, from The Scent of Roses, is the half-brother of Buck Maddux from To Have and To Hold. Whip also has a twin, Cale, who readers met in Buck’s story, which gives me an excuse to write a third book for this series.

The added touch of paranormal elements made The Scent of Roses a fun story to write. Who doesn’t enjoy haunted houses with hidden passageways? When I first moved to Utah, I lived in this house. No, there weren’t any secret passageways, but in every other way, my description of the old house is accurate. The third element new in this book is the subject of polygamy.

The Scent of Roses

Rosalyn Delaney came to Whisky Ridge, Arizona expecting to receive aid from her estranged husband, Josiah Bullock, in escaping the crazed leader of a polygamist cult determined to have her. She’s broke and has nowhere else to go. But Josiah is dead, murdered the very evening of her arrival. The town is in uproar, searching for the suspected killer, Josiah’s business partner, Whip Kincaid. Rosalyn also learns that Josiah has taken a second wife.

Whip is innocent but to prove that, he needs to stay out of jail. He hides in secret passageways in the old house he and Josiah shared. Smythely, the elderly butler who came with the house, is the only other person aware of the passageways. Lurking between spiderwebbed walls and using the abundance of peepholes provided allows Whip to keep up with what’s going on. Sneaking out at night allows him to investigate. He’s particularly interested in Rosalyn Delaney, and for more than one reason. Besides being attracted to her, he’s sure she knows something about the murder.

But does she? Is she safe at Rose House? Will she be safe from Whip Kincade?

I hope you enjoyed this peek into The Scent of Roses. You can find it on Amazon.


As most of you know, my own book, Bound to the Highlander is due for release October 10th, 2013. Below you’ll find the back cover blurb! Leave a comment here for your chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card. Don’t forget to view the participants of this blog hop below!

Bound to the Highlander

Aileana Chattan has suffered a devastating loss and as a result discovers she is to wed neighboring chief and baron, James MacIntosh – a man she despises. A man whose loyalty deprived her of the father she loved. Despite him and his traitorous clan, Aileana will do her duty, but she doesn’t have to like it or him. Full of contradiction and arrogance, the MacIntosh awakens something inside her so absolute and consuming, she is forced to question everything.

James MacIntosh is a nobleman torn between tradition and progress. He must make a sacrifice if he is to help Scotland move forward as a unified country. That sacrifice cannot include a betrothal to a young, uncourtly woman. Forced to sign a marriage contract binding Lady Aileana to him years earlier, James must find a way to break it, or risk losing all – including his heart.

From the wild and rugged Highlands near Inverness to the dungeons of Edinburgh Castle, James and Aileana’s preconceptions of honor, duty and love are challenged at every adventurous turn.


May 31 – Heart of Fiction giveaway

May 31 – Hurricane Reads

June 1 – Charlene Raddon – Official blog tour for Kat Flannery (not part of PUB/PM blog hop)

June 2 – Tammie Clarke Gibbs giveaway

June 3 – Caroline Clemmons giveaway

June 4 – Writing Dreams giveaway

June 5 – Ciara Gold giveaway

June 7 – Peggy Henderson giveaway

June 8 – Alison Henderson giveaway

June 9 – Pamela Foreman giveaway

June 11 – Elizabeth Delisi giveaway

June 12 – Paty Jager giveaway

June 14 – Witty Online Editor giveaway

June 15 – Cathy Mansell giveaway

June 16 – Kate Robbins giveaway

June 17 – Tina Foster giveaway

June 18 – Carley Bauer giveaway

June 19 – Lyn Horner giveaway

June 21 – Keta’s Keep giveaway

June 22 – Rain Trueaux giveaway

June 23 – Beth Trissel giveaway

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win!!!

17 Responses to Welcome Historical Romance Author, Charlene Raddon!

  1. karenh43

    I’m really enjoying following Charlene’s tour. Not only have I discovered her book, but also plenty of other new-to-me authors with books I know I will enjoy reading.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com

  2. Victoria Barbour

    Sounds like a good read. I’ll add it to my to-read list. And I’m so excited to see the lure for your book, Kate!

  3. Janice Hougland

    Well, hello again Charlene! I’m glad you’re going to do a story about Cale…when I’ll have all three books in the series and can read without interruption! 🙂 And hello to you, Kate! It was so nice of you to support Charlene’s book on your blog. And I’m sure glad I “met” you today as I haven’t read any of your books and want to badly now after reading your blurb about Bound to the Highlander. I’ve long been a fan of Scots stories.

    • katerobbins

      Hi Janice! Bound to the Highlander will be released on ebook on October 10th this year. Check back as I’ll have oodles of giveaways leading up to the release. Thanks for stopping by today!

    • Charlene Raddon

      Hi Janice. Glad you stopped by. I love Scots stories too. Love the castle in Kate’s header. Been there.

  4. Rita Wray

    I’m enjoying the fun tour, thank you. Love the premise of the book.


  5. bn100

    The book sounds interesting

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  6. Quilt Lady

    Congrats Charlene and Kate on your new release. I have been enjoying this blog tour and have met a lot of new authors along the way. I think I have made it to every stop. I do enjoy your books Charlene and I will have to check out Kate’s also because she is new to me. Thanks for sharing your wonderful books with us.

    quiltlady110 AT gmail DOT com

  7. Lorrie Farrelly

    Looking forward to reading these!

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