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Thursday, January 8, 2015

The Baron’s Betrayal by Callie Hutton | Interview & Spreading the Word

Today I'm turning my blog over to Callie Hutton, who I interviewed about her novel "The Baron’s Betrayal," which is the FORTH novel in her Marriage Mart Mayhem Series!!

My Q&A with Callie Hutton :

Jess : What books did you enjoy reading while growing up?

Callie : I read so much as a child, it’s hard to remember any particular books. But one book I do remember is Binnie Latches On, which was about a girl who felt out of sync with her family and to some extent, her friends. Since I was feeling the same way at the time, it made an impression on me.

Jess : Please describe Tristan, from "The Baron’s Betrayal," in one to two sentences.

Callie : Tristan is suffering from injuries received while serving in the Royal Navy and has decided to keep himself hidden from his wife who thinks he is dead. He is stubborn and strong, even though he views himself as being weak.

Jess : Which of your characters would you most & least like to invite to dinner, from which book and why?

Callie : The heroine in "The Duke’s Quandary," Penelope, is who I would love to have dinner with. She is socially inept, but would always keep you laughing. The one I would like to see the least is Jason’s cousin from "The Elusive Wife." He is a sneaky, mean person.

Jess : Which usually comes first for you, the character(s) story or the idea for the novel?

Callie : It depends. But I would say for the most part, the story comes to me before the characters. Except in "The Duke’s Quandary." I wrote that book for Penelope.

Jess : Is there any differences and/or similarities between Marion from "The Baron’s Betrayal" novel and Rosemarie from your "Daniel’s Desire" novel?

Callie : Marion is a woman who was born to a rich Duke and Duchess. Her life had been one of opulence, although due to her parents natures, she was not spoiled or led to feel she was better than anyone else. And when she needed to be strong and tenacious, she certainly has no problem with it. Rosemarie in "Daniel’s Desire" was sold in marriage to a man quite a bit older than her and has lived and worked—very hard—on a farm. She is a very strong woman who thinks she doesn’t need a man.

Jess : Out of all of the secondary characters within "The Baron’s Betrayal," do you have one or two favorites so far? If so, who are they and can you tell us why?

Callie : Tristan’s valet, Ellis is quite outspoken for his position, but his repartees with Tristan are very funny. And, of course, Penelope from "The Duke’s Quandary" makes an appearance with her funny scene.

Jess : What was your favorite chapter (or part) to write and why?

Callie : My favorite part to write was when Tristan stepped up to the plate at the end, but you’ll have to read it see why.

Jess : In regards to "The Baron’s Betrayal," if you could write it all over again, would you change anything about it?

Callie : No

Jess : How many books have you written? Which is your favorite and why?

Callie : I’ve written 17 books, including the next one in the Marriage Mart Mayhem series--"The Highlander’s Choice." That should be an August or September release.

Jess : Do you have any other projects in the works? If so, can you share a little of your current work with us?

Callie : I am just starting the next book in my Oklahoma Lovers series, "Anyplace But Here." For those who are familiar with that series, this is Hunter’s story, the younger nephew in "A Run For Love."

About the Author :

The USA Today best selling author of The Elusive Wife writes both Western Historical and Regency romance, with “historic elements and sensory details” (The Romance Reviews). She also pens an occasional contemporary or two. Callie lives in Oklahoma with several rescue dogs, two adult children, and daughter-in-law (thankfully all not in the same house), and her top cheerleader husband of thirty-eight years. She also currently waits with bated breath for the birth of twin grandsons. Callie loves to hear from readers, and would welcome you as a “friend” on Facebook. You can contact her through her website:, or write her directly at

"The Baron’s Betrayal"
[Marriage Mart Mayhem Series, Book 4] by Callie Hutton

Author's Book Description :
    Lady Marion Tunstall has just now re-entered society after two years of mourning her beloved husband who was killed in an explosion while serving in the Royal Navy.

    Tristan, Lord Tunstall has purposely kept himself hidden from Marion. It had been his desire to allow her to continue to think he was dead so she could marry again and not be burdened with a damaged husband.

    What happens when a determined woman faces the ultimate rejection from the only man she has ever loved?

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