Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Spotlight & Giveaway - Woman's Own by Robyn Carr

Releasing in ebook format for the first time – 

A sweeping saga that spans three generations, Woman’s Own is the story of four Armstrong women – Emily, her two daughters, and her estranged mother- who are seemingly cursed when it comes to love.  In a time before women’s rights, the Armstrong women challenge expectations and carve out a life of independence and freedom on their own terms.

Ablaze against the bustle of nineteenth-century Philadelphia is this sweeping saga of three generations of strong, indomitable women – all seemingly cursed when it comes to love.  At its center is young Lilly Armstrong, a beauty on the brink of womanhood, too brave and too fearless to settle for the status quo.  In a booming city animated by inventors, builders and artists, and now excited  for the great Centennial Exhibition, Lilly aspires to carve out a life of independent freedom for herself and her women kin – lives not dependent on men.

But of course there is a man – a man who admires Lilly, who thinks like she does and who would move heaven and earth to help Lilly realize her dreams.

With the guidance of her quietly resilient mother and the unexpected aid of her estranged and powerful grandmother – and despite the foolish meddling of her shallow and ambitious sister – Lilly is determined to lead her family of women into the challenge of the next century on her own terms, forging an empire that will survive for generations.

Lilly intends for her family to have it all, not the least of which is enduring love.

Fans of VIRGIN RIVER will enjoy this timeless novel of new beginnings, untamable passion and all-redeeming love.

Praise for Robyn Carr's historicals:

"A remarkable storyteller...the plot moves swiftly and cleverly. A well-told tale." -Library Journal

"This is no routine romance...Carr presents a personal, inside view of historically accurate detail. A reader's delight." -Bestsellers

"Thanks to sophisticated character development and elegantly simple prose, Carr deftly handles the themes of betrayal, envy, greed and the psychological patterns that recur over generations." -Publishers Weekly

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  1. Sounds fabulous and love that necklace on the cover.

  2. I have never read a historical by Ms. Carr. Must fix that pronto.

    The cover is gorgeous and I want that necklace, too.

    Marika Weber