Friday, May 10, 2013

"Heiress Bride": Cynthia Woolf's Favorite Destinations Spots and a Giveaway

Heiress Ella Davenport survived a carriage accident that killed her father.  Her life saved in exchange for savage scars marring her beautiful face.  Her friends, socialites, showed their true colors, casting Ella from the social circles and leaving her a social pariah. Even her wealth can’t buy her the kind of marriage she wants. Desperate to find a husband who can accept her despite her scars and, without knowing about her money, she seeks to become a mail order bride.  Matchmaker & Co. has a new client.

Nathan Ravenclaw was run out of town by the father of the girl he was courting once he discovered Nathan’s Arapaho Indian heritage. It didn’t matter he was a successful rancher, businessman and a positive member of society.  The white community suddenly saw only a half-breed. Even his money couldn’t buy him a wife. That was ten years ago.  He moved and rebuilt everything that cold rancher took from him except a wife.  Matchmaker & Company can get him a wife.  But Nathan is not expecting the beauty that waits for him on the train platform.  Though he still lacks the ability to trust, he determines that she will be the wife and mother he needs.

Can these two people find love and healing together? Or are their scars too deep to bridge the gap between trust and acceptance?

Cynthia's 10 Favorite Destination Spots
San Diego
San Francisco
Florida Keys

Meet the Author
Cynthia Woolf was born in Denver, Colorado and raised in the mountains west of Golden. She spent her early years running wild around the mountain side with her friends. In 1992 she joined Colorado Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America.

In 2001, she saw an ad in the paper for a writer’s conference being put on by CRW and decided she'd attend. One of her favorite authors, Catherine Coulter, was the keynote speaker. Cynthia was lucky enough to have a seat at Ms. Coulter's table at the luncheon and after talking with her, decided she needed to get back to her writing. She rejoined both CRW and RWA that day and hasn't looked back.

Tour Giveaway
Ends 05/16/2013



  1. Thanks for Having me MK. I appreciate it.

  2. Thanks for having Cynthia today!

  3. Thanks for having Cynthia on your blog. While I'm more of a Paranormal Romance type, Heiress Bride sounds interesting and with my own Native American background, I hope the two find true love!

  4. I love the premise of the story, I can't wait to read it.

    1. Thank you for stopping by. I hope you like the book.

  5. This sounds like a really great story. It also reminds me of another book that I read recently. Thanks for having the giveaway.

    1. I hope you enjoy the story. Thanks for stopping by.

  6. I really like the sound of this book and I need to know if they are able to work their issues out for a HEA! Love your destination spots. My list would include New Orleans, Portland (underground tunnels), Savannah (ghosts), Italy and Greece.

    1. Oh, your destination spots sound great too. I need more than ten spots!!

  7. Stories of people overcoming the tragedies that stop them from gaining their dreams are some of my favorite. I love to see how they work to get what they want and how all their hard work pays off. Sounds like a great story, Cindy.