Bonnie Dee

Enter Drawing for a Free Audiobook code

The Nobleman and the Spy is now available as an audio book. Currently running a rafflecopter giveaway for free copies. Enter for a chance to win an audio book code here. Read more about it at the Duet Publishing blog.

They once faced each other on a battlefield. Now soldier-turned-spy Jonathan Reese must keep watch over the man he’s never forgotten. A close encounter reveals Karl von Binder, the count’s son, also recalls the day he spared Jonathan’s life. Sparks fly between the former enemies and Jonathan begins to lose perspective on his mission. He knows he must maintain distance because the heat he encounters in Karl’s touch stirs him far too deeply for his own good. He can’t keep away – especially when he suspects someone is trying to kill the nobleman. The spy becomes a protector as Jonathan guards the man he’s begun to care for. Together the men try to puzzle out who would benefit from Karl’s death – and how much they’re willing to trust each other when a torrid sexual fling threatens to become an affair of the heart.

4 comments to “Enter Drawing for a Free Audiobook code”

  1. Andrea
      · October 2nd, 2016 at 1:17 pm · Link

    Thanks for the chance! how did I not know the collection was on audio? It never comes up in my searches? Will search again! Must have ‘my men’ talk to me!

    • Bonnie Dee
        · October 2nd, 2016 at 1:57 pm · Link

      It’s just beginning. Summer and I put the Gent and Rogue up a long time ago. Now we have an Audible deal and Nobleman is the first to come out. Others will follow.

    • Johnetta
        · November 17th, 2016 at 4:58 am · Link

      Now I’m like, well duh! Truly thakufnl for your help.

        · March 22nd, 2017 at 8:52 am · Link

      interesting concept… I have to say I am with Sarah on this one, the jump to actually visualizing my way through dying is a big leap for me. I definitely encourage and participate the practice of writing your own eulogy. I definitely believe that you need to live each day like it is your last day. I practice the shavasana pose almost daily. I walk hard on letting go… and detaching, working on that more as I go through A course in Miracles. these one needs more thought and a deeper understanding.

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