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Waltz of Seduction
 A Night Owl Reviews Top Pick!




Heat Level EROTIC, 18 and over only please.

Blurb: A painful personal experience makes Lord Lockhart believe that a gentleman doesn’t inflict his passionate desires on a wife. The marriage bed is for begetting heirs, not animal lust. No matter how much he desires his wife. But under Lady Lockhart’s shyness is a determination to tempt her handsome husband, to satisfy them both and spend every night together in her bed.

Innocent waltzing lessons in their chambers soon become indecent, and may lead the newlyweds to overcome their preconceptions and learn to be lovers, as well as man and wife.

To read two excerpts from Waltz of Seduction click here.






·                            4.5 Hoots From Nocturne Romance Reads!

"Hot, wickedly sexy, and a whole lot of spice in the bedroom; with very explicit and detailed scenes that left me completely satisfied and signing up for couples waltz lessons!" Rayna of Nocturne Romance Reads

4.5 of 5 Stars from Night Owl Reviews!

"Smartly written with a real feel for the era and all the proprieties that went with it…I enjoyed this story thoroughly and will go back to it again. This is my first book by this author and I will now be investigating her backlist." ~ Chris at Night Owl Reviews



Grey's Lady
Book One in the Carte Blanche Series

Heat Level EROTIC, 18 and over only please.

Seeking sexual excitement and conquest, poor but beautiful Beth seduces wealthy merchant prince Grey Sexton, only to find herself the pursued as he seeks to own her body and soul.

In Philadelphia, PA 1812

Flouting the moral standards of Jeffersonian America, temptress Beth McConnell lets no man touch her heart. Her motto is love them once and leave them burning.

But when she boldly seduces Grey Sexton, a self-controlled merchant prince from New York, she finds herself too fascinated by his ice-over-fire nature to stay away. His possessive determination to own her, body and soul, threatens to expose her secret erotic life to public shame.

But Beth will only surrender her love to a man she can trust. And Grey's materialistic approach to relationships leaves her little reason to believe he can ever give her what she truly needs.

For these two cynical yet lonely people, can deep sexual intimacy work a miracle and lead to the opening of their hearts?

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20 comments:

  1. I haven't got to read very many historicals. Rhet Butler from Gone With The Wind would be my favorite so far. He has charisma and he;s kind of cocky. Thank you for the giveaway.
    Sue B

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  2. I'm on a historical kick, and both of these sound great!

    Oh gosh, my favorite historical hero of all time?!
    Ummm... Charming Mickey O'Connor from Elizabeth Hoyt's Scandalous Desires, or Andreas from In Total Surrender by Anne Mallory, or Roman from the same author's One Night is Never Enough. Or Derek Craven from Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas. lol I can't narrow them down.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Jess
    Romanceaholic.com

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  3. My favorite historical hero has got to be Mr.Darcy. LOL

    I'm a friend on facebook (couldn't find a page to 'like'). :)

    thanks for the giveaway!!

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  4. Good evening everyone,

    Katrus that's a good classic choice for a hero. :)

    Jess, those certainly are fabulous heroes.

    Kah, this is the link to my page on FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Author-Natasha-Blackthorne/217388964952800

    Mr. Darcy is a classic choice too. :)

    Thanks everyone for stopping by and commenting.

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  5. My favorite historical romance hero...has to be Rhett Butler from Gone With The Wind and the sequel, Scarlett. Gotta love Rhett...he knew what he wanted and he went for it. Laughing all the way. He loved Scarlett...but, she had to grow up...and he had to learn to be more flexable. They had a lot to learn from and to teach each other. But...isn't that the way for most of us?

    Both of your books sound very good. I've been following the reviews on Grey's Lady...and they only make me want to read it more and more!

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  6. My favorite would have to be Rhett Butler. His passion for Scarlet never wavered, despite her obsession with Ashley and her marriage to other men. He was a strong man with a tender heart.

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  7. Highlanders...followed closed by English Dukes.
    I really don't have just one, but more along the line a favorite type....Big, buff, swords....Yummy!
    None of that afraid to get your clothes dirty bull....I was so born in the wrong time!!!

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  8. Jamie from Outlander. Definitely. Absolutely.

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  9. I just read a few historical romance titles, so I don't have any favorites heroes so far =). As for author, I love Lisa Kleypas's books

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  10. I would say Scarlet O'Hara's & Rhett Butler. Why? The book was fantastic and the movie was great. They just made it for me.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Mary

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  11. Oopsie. Clicked the wrong button and accidentally entered the "follow the blog" twice -- please delete that last entry of mine (sorry!!)

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  12. I love Jane Eyre. There's something about it that just really hits the romance button for me. Thanks for the giveaway! Gloria

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  13. Hello Everyone,

    Rhett Butler seems to be a big favorite, next to highlanders.

    I admit that Edward Rochester has a special place in my heart.

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  14. Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights is the only one that comes to mind right now. He was such a tortured soul & Cathy didn't deserve his devotion.

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

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  15. I agree Kathryn, tortured heroes are so fascinating. :)

    Thank you for stopping by and entering my contests.

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  16. Not completely a romance, but I love jamie from outlander. Thanks
    GFC holly wright
    Hollybwright atcomcastdotnet

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  17. My favorite hero is Jamie Fraser from the Outlander series. I love that man. I even named my son after him.

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  19. I've read all kinds of historical novels, but I think the one that I love the most is Mr. Darcy, though he wasn't a hero in the beginning, he is one at the end of the novel.

    Eva
    evitap67(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. It is a toss up between Rhett Butler and Mr. Darcy. I love them both!!!

    Judy
    magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

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