5.18.2012 | Friday

Divinely Ruined Book Tour

category: Book Tours, Guest Posts

I am excitted to be a part of this blog tour!  I loved this book, with everything from giggle-worthy moments and bittersweet ones, too!  It is also the first in the new Divine Temptations trilogy, part of Entangled Publishing’s Ever After line, which makes me very happy!  As a part of the stop, I am lucky to have Diane as a guest blogger today.  So read on, learn a little bit about the author, read her blog, and read a little about this fabulous book!  And don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a copy of her book!

The Making of a Hero

Thanks for letting me visit today! I’m excited to share a little bit of my newest release, Divinely Ruined, with everyone here! It’s out now, with Entangled Publishing, and is the first of the Divine Temptations Trilogy. And today…I’m talking heroes.

I’ve been asked, a lot of times, how I come up with characters. In particular…with heroes. Everyone wants to think that dashing knights in shining armor, the man eager to rescue a damsel in distress, still exists. That for every romance hero, a real man like him exists. And in a way, I think that’s true.

Take Tony, my hero in Divinely Ruined, for example. He’s a man who was left behind my his ex-wife, and who is trying his best to provide for his little girl. Hi daughter has become the single most important thing in his life, and nothing else really matters. Not his broken heart. Not his inability to trust. Not even his loneliness that even he can’t accept.

Can you tell me that, out there in the real world, there isn’t a man like him? Maybe his wife left him, like Tony. Or maybe he lost her to a car accident, or sickness. But I believe, somewhere out there, is a guy just like Tony. A guy who, beneath his devil-may-care attitude…is just waiting for someone to come rescue him.

While that rescue might not come in the form of a red-headed, cursing, temperamental angel named Rebecca…well, love works in mysterious ways. And you never know when it might show up and remind you it’s okay to feel. It’s okay to trust.

And it’s great to be in love..

About Diane

Diane Alberts current contracted works with Entangled Publishing are:  Condition (February 2012, Ever After line), and Divinely Ruined (April 2012, Ever After line). Her current works with Decadent Publishing are: Kill Me Tomorrow (October 2011,1NightStand series), Reclaimed (December 2011), Absolution (March 2012, Honor Guard series), Broken (March 2012, 1NightStand series), and Escape to Me (TBA, 1NightStand).

Diane Alberts has always been a dreamer with a vivid imagination, but it wasn’t until 2011 that she put her pen where her brain was, and became a published author. Since receiving her first contract offer, she has yet to stop writing. Though she lives in the mountains, she really wishes she was surrounded by a hot, sunny beach with crystal clear water. She lives in Northeast Pennsylvania with her four kids, a husband, and a Senegal parrot. In the rare moments when she’s not writing, she can usually be found hunched over one knitting project or another.

She is a multi-published, bestselling author with Entangled Publishing and Decadent Publishing. She is repped by her fabulous agent, Lauren Hammond of ADA Management. She has,as of this date, two books with Entangled Publishing, and five books with Decadent Publishing. Her February release with Entangled Publishing, ON ONE CONDITION, hit #18 on the Barnes and Noble Bestseller List. She has a lot of projects currently being shopped around by her fabulous agent, and her goal is to write so many fantastic books that even a non-romance book fan will know her name.

Find out more about the author:

Diane Alberts | Facebook | Twitter

The summary…

She finally meets a decent man–after she’s oath-bound never to touch men again! 

Rebecca’s life sucked before she became an angel. Crappy apartment, awful jobs, abusive boyfriends–it was no wonder she jumped at the chance to escape it all and become a real live angel. The problem is Rebecca’s not very angelic, and she’ll have to do more to earn her wings than end her love affair with the word f–er, frick. Especially when she’s assigned to save single father Tony Weis, whose less-than-pure thoughts wreak hell on a telepathic angel’s nerves. It’s all Rebecca can do to keep her hands off him…but when she loses her memory injuring herself to save Tony’s daughter, now it’s Tony’s turn to be her angel and care for her. But will Tony’s devotion tempt her from her angelic path, even if it means being human again?

Readers can read Chapter One for free at the Entangled Publishing site here.

Buy it:  Kindle | Nook | Books on Board
Add it:  Goodreads | Shelfari

My review

Giveaway:  The giveaway will run for one week.  One randomly chosen commenter will be chosen to win a copy of this fabby book.

To enter, just leave a comment with your email.  For extra chances to win,…

  1. 1 extra entry, follow the author at @DianeAlberts and tweet about this post tagging the author in it and leave me the link to your tweet!
  2. 1 extra entry, like The Caffeinated Diva page on Facebook, and let me know that you did!

There is a “Share This” button at the end of the post for easy Twittering and sharing to other social media.  NOTE:  Giveaway will end and comments will close at midnight EST May 25th!

Book tour sponsored by Entangled Publishing.

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11 responses to “Divinely Ruined Book Tour

  1. I have loved this cover since it first debuted and the synopsis has me wanting to read it NOW! Thanks for hosting such a great author, and thanks to Diane/Entangled Publishing for the giveaway! :-)

  2. Oooo…FUN! I remember the cover reveal for this one amongst a flurry of Entangled reveals. I loved the contrast of the coperry red with the white. So pretty, and the premise is so intriguing!

  3. I love this! while I love reading about the alpha badass and all that but in the end, I also love the real down to earth guys because I know they live somewhere in the world (maybe the alpha badasses vampires exists too, who knows?!) II've also been looking for a book with a hero/heroine with a kid. They're always good and it's always nice the parent side of h/h!

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