Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


I may have mentioned this the last time there was a volcanic eruption in Iceland, but in case you missed it – I set my fourth book there, calling it LAND OF ICE AND FIRE .  A short time later I was invited out to dinner with Alan Boon and he told me that they preferred books set in warm countries because heat spelled passion.  I never set any more books in a cold country.

Now to the winners of my second contest.  If you remember I am picking two winners this time and they are:

Becky and Summer

Congratulations to you both and commiserations to those of you whose name I did not pick.  But you do have another chance.

Summer, I have your address, but, Becky, will you send me yours and a copy of A NIGHT WITH CONSEQUENCES will soon be on its way to you.

Now to my final  contest:

How long had Kara been working with Blake when she became pregnant?  You will find the answer on the books page of my website.   E-mail me  your answer here.

Good luck!

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3 Responses to “Contest winners – A NIGHT WITH CONSEQUENCES”

  • Summer says:

    Thanks so much, Margaret, I can’t wait to read your book.

    As far as settings, I do love warmth and sunshine, but the heroine having to cozy up to the hero is never a bad thing either.

  • margaret says:

    My thoughts exactly, Summer. Your book will be on its way to you in the next day or so.

  • Lacey Devlin says:

    Congratulations to Summer and Becky! It’s so interesting that there’s a preference for warmer countries. I’ve always enjoyed romances set in colder climates because my own is warm and it’s the ultimate escape. Snow seems to make everything pretty. Then again, I’ve never had to drive in it so I’m bias.

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