Thursday, October 29, 2009

Tempting Eden Cover Copy

You know what the front looks like (see below). As promised some time ago, here's the back cover copy for Tempting Eden:

Set against the backdrop of Regency England comes a scorching new novel about a perfect gentleman and the imperfect woman who makes him forget all his good intentions.

Eden Emery is no stranger to sin. To keep her sister safe from harm, she’s paid a steep price with her body—and very nearly lost her soul. But when Baron Ivor Hartford, the very Devil himself finally dies, her troubles are far from over.

Major Stuart Hartford, the late baron’s nephew, is in the market for an honorable wife, but first he has to take care of the matter of his Uncle Ivor’s ward—a young woman who makes him question the virtue of being proper. For the passion she incites burns away his inhibitions and inflames his heart.

But Eden has vowed to never again cede her destiny to a man. And Hart is left with no choice but to tempt the temptress herself, to show the woman he longs to possess forever that passion can heal, that the sins of the past can be overcome, and that submission can be the greatest power of all.

Friday, October 23, 2009

OMG Part Deux

Last Friday, I (Maggie Robinson) got the beautiful Mistress by Mistake cover. This Friday, I (Margaret Rowe) got the absolutely tempting, equally beautiful cover for Tempting Eden, my June 2010 Berkley Heat release. I feel overwhelmed and grateful and giddy. Kudos to my editor Kate Seaver and the Berkley art department. The cover gods have got me covered! Thanks so much to everyone who had a hand in creating this exquisite cover. I only hope my words will live up to the beauty outside.

Somehow, I don't think next Friday can top the past two, LOL.

Friday, October 16, 2009


Here is the gorgeous cover for my April 27, 2010 release Mistress by Mistake!!! I could not be more excited! Thank you cover designer Kristine Mills-Noble, illustrator Alan Ayers, and my editor Megan Records at Kensington, who wrote the perfect, perfect cover copy.

My scanner did not quite pick up the rich reds and maroons. In person, the coverflat is darker, more raspberry than orange, absolutely exquisite. I'm off to have a little cry.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Progress Report

So, I'm back on my Scottish island with Andrew and Gemma in Master of Sin, and they are 45,000 words away from their happy ending if I'm aiming for 90,000. Half-way there, kids!

My websites are being worked on.

Mistress by Mistake is on Amazon, available for pre-order! (see sidebar)

Any Wicked Thing (a Margaret Rowe book) has a tentative publication date of January 2011 from Berkley.
I got sucked into Say Yes to the Dress and am so happy one of my daughters bought a beautiful wedding dress for $250 with no drama.
I'm spending my advance money at the dentist. Ah. the glamorous life of a writer.

What's new with you?

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Quote of the Day

Whatever you give a woman, she will make greater. If you give her sperm, she'll give you a baby. If you give her a house, she'll give you a home. If you give her groceries, she'll give you a meal. If you give her a smile, she'll give you her heart. She multiplies and enlarges what is given to her. So if you give her any crap, be ready to receive a ton of sh!t.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

One-Way Ticket to Madrid, Por Favor

Now, who can resist a poll like this? A public service announcement from MRMR.

1. Germany (too smelly)

2. England (too lazy)

3. Sweden (too quick)

4. Holland (too dominating)

5. America (too rough)

6. Greece (too lovey-dovey)

7. Wales (too selfish)

8. Scotland (too loud)

9. Turkey (too sweaty)

10. Russia (too hairy)

1. Spain

2. Brazil

3. Italy

4. France

5. Ireland

6. South Africa

7. Australia

8. New Zealand

9. Denmark
10. Canada

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Wicked Good

So what if you haven't bought your Halloween costume yet (I know you've snuck some candy)---aren't you in the mood for Christmas? Run right out and buy The Heart of Christmas, featuring Courtney Milan's This Wicked Gift. Deck those halls and bookshelves!