Nope, not one of my books (at least, not yet).
One of the perks of authordom is getting an advance crack at reading other peoples’ books. One of my favorites this past year was A Lady Never Lies by debut author Juliana Gray.
The book takes the plot of Shakespeare’s Love’s Labor’s Lost , transposing the action to Tuscany in the late nineteenth century, where a bunch of English ladies and a group of gentlemen appear to have accidentally booked the same villa. It’s a little bit Shakespeare and a little bit Enchanted April and thoroughly delightful.
The book doesn’t officially come out until August, but Juliana is having a contest on her Facebook page. To be entered for a chance to win an early copy of A Lady Never Lies, just stop by and tell her your favorite Shakespeare couple– and then come back here and let me know which Shakespeare couple you chose! (Sorry, you don’t win anything for coming back here. But enquiring authors want to know.)
I know it’s a cliche, but I’m going to have to go Beatrice and Benedick. (Especially since there’s apparently a Joss Whedon Much Ado coming out! Who knew?)