Win a copy of The de Lady Inheritance by Elizabeth Ashworth

I recently had the pleasure of reading The de Lacy Inheritance by Elizabeth Ashworth (READ MY REVIEW) and now I am happy to report that with thanks to the author and Myrmidon Books Passages to the Past has 1 copy available for a giveaway!  Yippeeeee!

Here's the 411:

- Giveaway open to US and International entries.
- To enter, please complete form below.
- If you'd like to help spread the word about this giveaway then you can earn +1 additional entry each if you blog, post on sidebar, tweet or facebook.  Please include info in form below.
- Giveaway ends on September 15th.


SYNOPSIS:  Using characters known to recorded history—including one to become the real Sheriff of Nottingham—Elizabeth Ashworth weaves a tale of loves lost and found during the exile of Richard the Lionheart.

Richard Fitz-Eustace's return from Palestine is far from joyous. Damned by leprosy, he must bid his family a final and sorrowful farewell and leave his estates at Halton Castle forever. Condemned to shun the company of others, he must now find a place of solitude where he can seek forgiveness for sins committed in the Holy Land for which he is certain he has earned God’s curse. Resolved to live out his life as a hermit, he journeys north into the newly named county of Lancashire. But this is no arbitrary journey; there is one last obligation to be undertaken for his grandmother—he must seek out her kinsman, Sir Robert de Lacy, at Cliderhou Castle and there press his consideration of her claim to his estate. While at Halton, Richard’s headstrong 14-year-old sister Johanna is distraught. Her other brother, ruthless and ambitious Roger, has returned to take his place as head of the family. He and Johanna’s mother have contrived a marriage for her to a wealthy old landowner, and without Richard’s protection there seems little she can do about it—unless of course she can escape and find him.

For more information please visit Elizabeth Ashworth's WEBSITE.



  1. Thanks Amy, for the international giveaway!

  2. Thanks for offering it for overseas readers. Much appreciated.

  3. Yay, international :D I saw that you were reading this book and just loved the cover. The dress is excellent and those border things, and she sure looks angry, lol

  4. Thanks for making it international!

  5. A time period I love reading about. Sounds good.
    thank you for hosting this giveaway.


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