The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper by Kathleen Y'Barbo ~ Book Giveaway!


One of my favorite reads is set in the old west and written by Kathleen Y'Barbo.

I loved reading The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper, full of adventure, sass, and those wonderful embarrassing moments that are the prelude to romance. I can't wait for Kathleen's next book in the series, Anna Finch and the Hired Gun (Waterbrook June 2010). 

If you haven't read it yet, and you're waiting for a good read to pull you into adventure and romance, I highly recommend The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper (HIGHLY recommend!)

Here's a word from Kathleen on her most recent release and her upcoming title:



What if a nineteenth century city girl with dreams of stepping into a scene from her favorite dime novels finds a way to do just that? This was the starting point for what would become The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper (Waterbrook, June 2009). Eugenia “Gennie” Cooper was a New York socialite with a reading habit she hid from everyone but the help.



Daniel Beck, however, was far too busy tending his fortune and running Beck Mining to find time to read. With no interest in any sort of adventure, the Englishman turned Colorado resident needed help – as in someone to tame his adorable but allegedly out-of-control ten-year-old daughter. Thus, as fate and the Lord would have it, Gennie gets her chance to exchange train tickets with the woman headed out West and lands on Daniel’s doorstep. Unfortunately, he’s not home, which sets her off on a tirade about her opinion of a man who would so poorly esteem his duties as a parent.



With two opposite personalities about to attract, how could anything but a love story follow? What readers of The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper don’t know is that until Gennie galloped her way into Daniel’s life and heart, he was dangerously close to giving in to logic and marrying the girl next door, the lovesick Anna Finch.



So, what of Anna? Will she meet her match? Of course! If she can just get rid of the pesky Pinkerton bent on ruining all the fun. But that’s a story for another day. A story called Anna Finch and the Hired Gun (Waterbrook, June 2010).

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find her web page of books &

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on which sounds like a great read & why


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20 comments:

Janice Thompson said...

This is one of my favorite books, and I can't wait for Anna Finch and the Hired Gun (book two in this series)!

Tina Dee Books said...

Janice,

I'm laughing because I think you were visiting the site while I was going back and forth on edits of the post, that must have looked wild to you. Thanks for stopping by!

Do you have a favorite of Kathleen's books so far (aside from Eugenia Cooper)?

Buukluvr81 said...

Tina,
Please enter me! I went to her website and looked at her book summarys..you said to leave a comment with which one sounded good...ALL of them sound FANTASTIC!!!! Please enter me in this book giveaway! Thanks!

Molly**Buuklvr81
mollydawn1981 at aol dot com

Tina Dee Books said...

Molly,

They all do look like great reads, don't they? I can't wait to read her previous titles.

The Conf. Life of Eugenia Cooper is great! Loved it!

MJ said...

I looked at her site and the one you are offering would be my top pick to check her out with. Maybe, I'll get to win it!

rmjagears AT gmail DOT com

MJ said...

Oh, I forgot about having to tell you why. Just like the thought of a reader running out to act out her want of adventure that she gets through the books and then gets herself in "trouble"

Carmen7351 said...

I would have to agree with MJ. My favorite would be The Confidential Life of Eugenia Price. Her opinion of men and raising a child by himself piques my interest!!! Please enter me.
desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

Martha W. Rogers said...

Loved reading this book. Eugenia Cooper is a very ingenius young lady. I have it so I don't need to be in the contest, but I do want everyone to know what a fun read it. Can't wait to read what Anna will be up to.
Martha

brendalottakamaggiebrendan said...

Oh, I know I'd enjoy reading this. I read an exerpt of it and looks sooo good. Can I enter?

Tina Dee Books said...

YES, YES! Maggie, please enter!

And, I can't wait to have you on as a guest!

Hugs,
Tina

Katey said...

The Confidential life of Eugenia Cooper looks like a great read. I know I have read one of her books from the library, I just can't remember which one. I knew I enjoyed it a lot though.

Her website just went on my favorites. That was the first time I have looked at her site. I loved it.

katey(dot)1m(at)hotmail(dot)com

Katey

Tina Dee Books said...

Katey,

I love Kathleen's website too. Love that westerny feel with the blue bonnet colors!

Linore said...

Kathleen's books sound like fun because her heroine's promise to be a little over-the-top spunky. What girl doesn't love an over-the-top spunky heroine? : )

Edna said...

Oh I just love anything that Kathleen writes, I have some of her books and would love to win one.

mamat2730(at)charter(dot)net

Kathleen Y'Barbo said...

You guys are making me blush! Thank you SO MUCH for the wonderful comments. Now that I've finished Anna's story (book 2), I'm beginning work on book 3. A little teaser: I'll be sending Charlotte, the troublemaking child in The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper to London to meet her match - literally!

Patricia PacJac Carroll said...

A feisty heroines, an Englishman, and an unruly daughter - how fun is that : ) Lots of material for a good read. And Kathleen Y'Barbo always delivers an interesting story.

Tina Dee Books said...

Patricia, exactly! The perfect recipe for adventure and love.

Abi said...

Oh, I love historical books. Western settings, you name it romance. All her books look so so good. I'd love to win this book thanks.

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

April said...

I enjoy historicals, regency, romance. This book sounds great. Please enter me.
tarenn98[at]yahoo[dot]com

Anonymous said...

enjoyed browsing through Kathleen's website...'Beloved Captive' caught me attention...loved the cover.

thanks for the opportunity to read this fabulous book :)

karenk
kmkuka(at)yahoo(Dot)com