Thursday, December 12, 2013

Follow Friday - My best sales pitch

Follow Friday is a feature created by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  It's a fun blog hop where you meet other book bloggers and find people to follow.
Bookselling Time: Go to your biggest bookcases. Go to the second shelf from the top and pick out the sixth book from the left. Hardsell that book to us – even if you haven’t read it or if you hated it. (if you don’t have bookcases, don’t have six books on one shelf, etc, pick a book at random)
Viva Jacquelina! is the 10th book in the very underrated Bloody Jack series by L.A. Meyer.  In this edition we find our wily heroine back in the hands of British Intelligence, this time in Portugal.  The hottest of her flirtations, Lord Richard Allen, makes an appearance and that alone should be enough to get you to read the book.  There is music, flirting, history, posing for Goya and adventures galore.

Honestly this is an easy book to promote because if you haven't read this series, you're missing out.  From the integration of real history, to one of the most interesting, flirtation and fun heroines in YA, this series is excellent.  If you're able to find the audiobooks, they are award-winning spectacular pieces filled with laughter, music and narrated by the incomparable Katherine Kellgren.


Jessica @ a GREAT read said...

OOh nice! That one's totally new to me!

Here's my Follow Friday

Have a GREAT day!

Old Follower :)

Lexxie said...

I've never even heard of this series, Cassi, but you sure got me curious here :)

Have a fantastic Friday!

Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

Cagla tasdemir said...

Great pick! Have a nice Friday! Old Follower.

Greetings, From Booker Like a Hooker

Charlotte said...

Never heard of LA Meyer. Looks promising but I'm not sure if I'm going to pick this up.

Old follower on bloglovin.

Thanks for sharing.

Charlotte @ Thoughts
and Pens

Whitney Martin said...

I haven't heard of that book or series. But good job with your answer! Happy Friday!

Old follower!

My F&F

Whitney@Shooting Stars Reviews

Dorothy Ellis said...

Why haven't i seen this book before? It sound total awesome. I have to read it! Thanks for the great tip.

New GFC follower

Whiskey @ Unladylike Reviews