Author Feature: Elise K. Ackers with a Giveaway

Today is Bookish Ardour’s very first author feature and we’re lucky to be able to introduce Author Elise K. Ackers and her novel Ask Me To Stay. Visit her website to see where else she has dropped by during her blog tour. Stick around till the end of the post for an eBook giveaway!


Ask Me To Stay: A Homeland Book

Released 15 April with Destiny Romance

Ask Me To Stay by Elise K. Ackers Book CoverWhen family tragedy brings bad boy Ethan Foster home, he doesn’t expect a warm welcome. In the small town of Hinterdown reputation is everything – and Ethan’s was ruined long ago. Nobody wants him around, particularly not Sam O’Hara, the girl he left behind.

There’s still a powerful spark between them, but Sam is afraid to risk her heart again. And Ethan is hiding a secret that will have repercussions for his whole family. Will the townspeople ever forgive him? More importantly, will those he loves the most find it in their hearts to take him back?

“This tender tale of love and redemption is the first in a brilliant new series by Elise K. Ackers, author of Small Town Storm and the bestselling The Man Plan.” – – Destiny Romance.


About Elise K. Ackers

Elise K. AckersElise K. Ackers is from Melbourne, Australia. She writes contemporary romance and romantic suspense and is published with Destiny Romance and Escape Publishing. Elise is an animal foster carer, a magnet for unusual accidents and an enthusiastic couch commentator. Ask Me To Stay: A Homeland Book is her fourth book. The second title in the Homeland series will be available in July 2013


Giveaway Time!

So, if that has whetted your whistle, make sure you enter this giveaway. You might be a lucky winner with a new title to read.

  • Open To: International
  • Formats: Kindle, iTunes, ePub, etc (Elise will email you about the format)
  • End Date: End of Day 8th of May, AEST
  • How to Enter: Easy! Answer this question in a comment – ‘Have you ever known anyone to contradict their bad boy/girl reputation?” – but before you do make sure you check out the extra entries.

Extra Entries – Entering with a comment to the above question will score you an entry, but if you’d like to have some extra chances here are some options for you. Make sure you inform me of your extra entries in your comment leaving your Twitter email, FB name, and the email address you use to subscribe with.

Comment Away and Good Luck!

4 thoughts on “Author Feature: Elise K. Ackers with a Giveaway

  1. I can not say I have known anyone personally. But, soap operas have often used this idea to forward story lines. The one that comes to mind is Luke and Laura on General Hospital. Even though Luke raped her, there wedding was one of the most watched in soap opera history! E-mail:


  2. There was these two guys in my class once – one pierced and tattoos covering the most of his body. The other REALLY being a giant and wide, and only wearing long leather jackets (he looked kind of a viking) If you look at them, you will for sure think that they would be bad boys/influence, but as it was – the pierced guy was so smart, and the other just a huge teddybear – no one of them was bad boys

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  3. I knew some ‘bad girls’ in High School, but when you got to know them they were really quite nice. I just think people stayed clear because they dared to be different.

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