Friday, August 30, 2013

Guest Blog and Giveaway with Robin Bielman

Hi everyone! It’s such a pleasure to be a guest here today on The Creatively Green Write At Home Mom. Thanks so much for having me, Wenona! We have lots in common. I’m a mom, a writer, and I do try to be green as much as I can.

In fact, when coming up with my heroes for my Take a Risk series from Entangled Publishing, I fell in love with the idea of having my guys be passionate about the environment. And so, my heritage preservationists were born. Keats McCall, the hero in my newest release, Risky Surrender, is the hotshot president of field operations for the largest international non-profit organization dedicated to preserving historic sites. He’s a do-good humanitarian, believes in his work one hundred percent, and loves outdoor adventures. He’ll risk just about anything for something—or someone—he believes in.

McCall travels the globe, is fearless and driven to feel. When he meets Lucy Davenport, he definitely feels something, and soon the lines blur between safeguarding a piece of history and protecting the woman he’s falling for. I hope readers fall head over heels for McCall as much as I have. In fact, I think there are plenty of reasons to adore historic preservationists…

1)    They like to get dirty. (And I don’t mean just outdoors.)
2)    They push the boundaries. These guys don’t play it safe…anywhere.
3)    Following along on their adventures could lead you to places you’ve only dreamed about.
4)    They go where the action is.
5)    Green is their favorite M&M candies color.
6)    They work well with their hands.
7)    They have an appreciation for how things are built.
8)    They like to do it in exotic locales.

So there you have it, my reasons to get hooked on heritage preservationists. They sound pretty irresistible, don’t they? hee hee I had a blast writing McCall and Lucy’s story and continuing my series into the world of heritage protection and I’d love to hear from you all. If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be? 

Risky Surrender
Robin Bielman

Publisher: Entangled: Ever After

August 26, 2013


Print Length: 109 pages

Book Description:

Archeologist Lucy Davenport made a promise to retrieve an elusive piece of history buried in the walls of an iconic Indian village. But when she draws unwanted attention that interferes with her secret plans, she's forced to risk it all with a man who threatens not only her goal, but the walls she's carefully constructed around her heart.

Keats McCall is an environmental preservationist navigating the globe on behalf of heritage protection. When he catches Lucy at his latest project, he suspects she's up to something. She secretive, sexy as hell—and has trouble written all over her. He devises a plan to keep her close so he can keep an eye on her. But what he isn’t prepared for is just how close he wants to get.

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About the Author:

Robin Bielman lives in Southern California with her high school sweetheart husband, two sons, and crazy-cute mini Labradoodle, Harry. When not attached to her laptop, she can almost always be found with her nose in a book. She also loves to run, hike, and dip her toes in the ocean. Writing is a dream come true, and she still pinches herself to be sure it’s real.
She is also the author of Worth the Risk and Yours At Midnight from Entangled’s Ever After line, and Kissing the Maid of Honor from Entangled's Bliss line. 

For more on Robin visit her website at





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Robin Bielman said...

Thanks again for having me, Wenona! Happy Friday!

elena k said...

There are so many beautiful places around the world I would like to visit, like Scotland, Italy and France.Your books sure give me journeys through my imagination :-)

Eva Millien said...

Thanks for sharing Risky Surrender and the giveaway. Sounds like a great book. evamillien at gmail dot com

Robin Bielman said...

Hi Elena! Paris and Italy are at the top of my list of places I want to visit. Oh, and Greece! I'd love to go there! The people I've met from there are just awesome! :) I'm really glad my books can take you away for a little while.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Robin Bielman said...

Hi Eva! My pleasure and thank you!