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Thursday, August 30, 2012

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Hello Everyone,
Welcome to my stop on the Romance the Hop Blog Hop.
 
First I would like to start with a big thank you to Carrie Ann Ryan for organizing and hosting this hop.
 
 
For those who haven't read this part yet:
 
There will be over 100 giveaways on each blog hosted by that Author or Blogger so make sure you follow the hop! We have THREE grand prizes. You as a reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 100 times!

Now what are those prizes?

1st Grand Prize: A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet
2nd Grand Prize: A $130 Amazon or B&N Gift Card
3rd Grand Prize: The following Swag Pack!
 
 
 
 
 
 
My Personal Giveaway for this blog is winner's choice from my e-published works. (Electronic copies only for this giveaway.)
 
 
To enter to win one of my erotic historical romances, please make a comment on this post telling me which book of mine you'd like to win.
 
*** Important: You must include your email address to be entered. ***
 
 
 By commenting and entering to win, you are affirming that you are 18 or older and have reached the age of majority where you live.
 
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I will select a winner from random draw.
 
Extra entries for all the ways you follow me. Twitter, Facebook, Newsletter, Networked Blogs, or via Email. Please let me know how you follow me in your comment.
 
 
 
Please let me share a little about three of my latest releases.
 
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Five Stars for A Measured Risk From Romance in Review!
"...Yes, I am hopelessly in love with the Earl of Ruel and I don’t care if he’s a fictional character! So, ladies, read at your own risk and don’t say I didn’t warn you. Experience the elegant, and frequently excessive life of the privileged during this romantic era. This story is a bit different than other Regency Era stories you have probably read. The heat level is high and the story has a bit of a twist that makes it fresh and unique. I still don’t want to leave the world of Lady Cranfield and the Earl of Ruel. I need to move on to my next book on my review list, but honestly, I would rather curl up and read this one all over again!..." Review from Romance in Review. Click here to read the entire review: http://romanceinreview.com/2012/07/20/romance-in-review-a-measured-risk-by-natasha-blackthorne/



Five Stars for A Measured Risk From Salacious Reads!

"...you knew this man as dominant as he was, was falling in love with this woman..."

Reviewed by Sharonda


"I loved everything about this story, it was so good. But want I loved most was Jon patience with Anne. He was a strong male lead and very dominant, but his patience with her was just…I can’t even explain it. I mean just reading this story, you knew this man as dominant as he was, was falling in love with this woman...

I haven’t been disappointed with a Natasha Blackthorne historical romance as of yet and I don’t think I ever will be. Her writing always draws me in from beginning to end. There always seems to be this power struggle between her characters. But it always a good struggle, you know? Like I said before, these woman are strong and independent in a time when as a woman you’re not supposed to be, you are suppose to depend on the man. And the men, yes..they are strong and dominant, but they also support their women in everything. These men are written with strength and purpose.

Thank you Natasha for helping me love historical romance once again."

Read the entire review here:
http://www.salaciousreads.com/2012/06/review-request-measure-risk-by-natasha.html


"A Measured Risk is by far my favorite book of Natasha's, although I must admit all of her books have original story plots and extremely exciting sex scenes. A Measured Risk just had a little of everything that I liked and made it into my personal favorites library.


Lady Cranfield has a bookish, logical, and secretly decadent side that made her quite relatable to me. And Ruel? Can we say YUMM. I can…YUMMMMMMMM. This book has light aspects of BDSM, but Ruel has had these proclivities for quite some time.


He slowly introduces this lovely lady into the wonders of being submissive, and through it, he begins to slowly erase her fears. He loses himself in her and she in him. But reality comes crashing back. Will their new-found love survive it? Of course I’m not going to tell you!! I’d rather you find out for yourself!! I loved the historical aspect mixed with the new-age naughtiness. It made this book a truly decadent treat!!!" ~ Nikki of Close Encounters With The Night Kind: http://natashablackthorneblog.blogspot.com/2012/05/trr-erotic-madness-bloghop-erotic.html





4.5 Nymphs for A Measured Risk from Literary Nymphs Reviews
“I think the author tread a very fine line and did it beautifully... Ms. Blackthorne did a good job with the period background, while giving a peak into the scandalous part of the Regency time period…I am looking forward to reading more of this series.” ~ Amazon Nymph
 
 


Want to read an excerpt? Please scroll down:


Reader Advisory: This book contains anal sex, spanking, light bondage, D/s themes and brief F/F touching. This is a work of historical fiction, it is not meant to be an accurate portrayal of or guide to how people recover from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. As a work of historical erotic romance, it is also not intended to portray modern BDSM or D/s lifestyles.

 
Excerpt from A Measured Risk

“Why did you run away?” His deep voice settled in her belly, rich and warm, like crème brûlée on a cold winter’s night.

“Because I wanted you to follow.” She tried to sound sophisticated and seductive, but her voice choked off on the last word.

Ruel placed his hand on the shelf above her head and blocked her path to the door. His tall, solidly muscled body leaned over her, surrounding her with the sumptuous, sinful scents of tobacco, Scotch whisky and something masculine and undeniably dangerous. A slow, sensual smile stretched his hard mouth.

He appeared different. Softer. More approachable.

At the change, her insides seemed to flip over.

“Well, sweeting, getting us off alone was a very inspired idea.” He touched one of her fallen ringlets. “I am bored to distraction with endless hunting and fencing.”

As he slowly wrapped the curl around two fingers, he brushed her collarbone. Fiery sparks tingled down her spine, so intense that she shivered and her nipples beaded, pressing against her stays. By some instinct she hadn’t even known she possessed, she arched her back, presenting herself for his assessment.

His eyes shone so vividly blue against his bronzed face that they resembled cornflowers. She swallowed tightly and wished for a long drink of claret. This more personal side of him suddenly seemed far more hazardous than his usually fierce exterior.

Well, no matter. There was nothing to fear. She would allow only as much contact as need be to get to know him a little. Since being torn from her lonely yet secure life in Ireland and thrust into society at age sixteen, she’d spent her time allowing people only as near as was comfortable. She was an expert at emotional evasion.
It should be easy to regain her control.


But now, as late afternoon sun rays played over his pale hair, turning it to the colour of winter wheat, all her carefully rehearsed words flew away.

Say something—anything—else he will think you’re a bird-wit.
An intimate smile, one that invited her to play, tugged at his mouth.


“In a situation like this, alone with a gentleman, it’s perfectly normal for a lady to feel some apprehension.” His hushed voice, barely audible above the piano and boisterous singing from down the corridor, accentuated their isolation. He brushed his fingertips over her cheek and his gaze became so piercing that she had to lower her eyes. “She will invariably ask herself if he will try to kiss her.”

She jerked her eyes back to his face. God, he couldn’t mean to—Not yet, surely… Peculiar, heated chills swept over her. She tried to take a step back, but found her arse flush against the bookshelf.
He leaned closer; so close that his Scotch-scented breath tickled her face. “And just in case you are wondering, Lady Cranfield—the answer is most assuredly yes.”


She should demand that he put his arm down so she could pass by and leave. She really should. But she couldn’t stop looking at his hard mouth and wondering what it would feel like upon hers. He was so close to her, his breath blew on her lips. If she moved but a fraction, she’d be kissing him.

Kissing him.

Dear God. Her breath began to come very fast and short. Her throat went tight with a suppressed moan.

His eyes burnt as brightly as aquamarines. He looked so fierce. If he kissed her, if he dared… Oh God, it would be so harsh. That cruel-looking mouth could express itself no other way.

Excitement rushed through her, sending tingles to every point of her body, even her toes.

But no, he wouldn’t. Not yet.

He kept leaning closer. He didn’t close his eyes. Instead, he seemed to focus all the harder upon her.

Heart pounding and unable to move away, she braced herself for his assault.

His lips brushed hers, barely. A gossamer caress.

He lifted his head.

It was done.

Ended.

And it hadn’t even begun.

He held her chin, appearing so cool, so unaffected. His kiss had seemed to sear her. An urge to put her fingers to her lips arose in her. She resisted it, for it would give away too much of how she was affected.

Never show your feelings.

He traced his thumb along her lower lip, slowly, deliberately, as he studied her with eyes that now glittered with something powerful and predatory. Heat pooled in her pelvis, low and spreading even lower.

She went weak all over, as if she’d lain in a sunny window seat for too long. Her knees almost buckled. She forced them to lock. To be strong.

It should not have affected her so profoundly. It had just been a peck—not a true kiss at all. William had poured out all of his skill upon her and hadn’t garnered even a tenth of the reaction in her that this man’s peck had.

Ruel traced her jaw line with his fingertips. Unthinkingly, she leaned in to his touch.

“Of course, once he has kissed her, then it’s his turn to wonder…” His voice sounded unnaturally loud to her ears. “How will she respond? Will she withdraw, or can he ignite some hidden fire?”
She sensed that he was toying with her. She’d didn’t understand flirtation—why had she imagined she could carry this ruse off? Was he making advances in order to have a laugh with Francesca and her simpering friends later? Hurt blossomed in her chest. She resented him for that. She ought to feel indignant, superior, uncaring—anything but hurt.


“Please don’t make sport of me.”

She cringed. Was that quavering, pleading voice really hers?

An infinitesimal pause. “Now, why on earth would I do such a thing?” His voice was as smooth as velvet.

“To please your vanity,” she replied, trying to regain her wits.
“Here.” He placed her hand to his chest. The contours of his muscles were hard, powerfully developed. Even more so than she’d expected. His body heat radiated through the satin and, beneath her hand, his heart beat was rapid and strong.


“Is that vanity?” He put a finger under her chin, giving her no choice but to face him. “Is it?” He gentled his grip.

The warmth in his voice settled over her like luscious hot chocolate. Melting her insides to quivering burgoo, rendering her speechless, unable to move.

“My dear, lovely Lady Cranfield, I am going kiss you again.”
Then he touched his mouth to hers, more firmly this time.


Delicious, steady pressure. Her lips trembled and she clutched his lapels. He lifted his head. At the loss, a throaty, pleading moan sounded in her ears. Had it really come from her?

Clearly, now was the time for her to reassert some control over her reactions. To put him at a more comfortable distance.

“Kiss me back.” At the commanding edge in his voice, hot, sweet honey pooled in her belly.

No. Focus.

What had she wanted to ask him? Focus? Dear God, what rubbish. She could scarcely remember her own name, much less anything else. What madness had made her think she could maintain control over him?

He traced her mouth with his tongue. Deliberately; lingeringly. This time she couldn’t hold back a moan. She had grown to dislike it when William kissed her opened mouthed. It had always seemed such an overheated, messy thing. But where was her coldness now? She was burning to know what it would feel like to know Ruel’s full kiss. She had to know—just once—or she would surely die.

Just once. Certainly once wouldn’t hurt.

Tentatively, tremulously, she opened her mouth...



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Before he can share his deepest, darkest secrets with her, he has to show her what seduction truly means.

For the first time in a long time, Alex is genuinely happy. He's found a woman he can love. Now he wants only to enjoy his life. But the past won't let him go. His dark secrets threaten to engulf him. Yet how can he tell his innocent fiancée about the horrific things he's experienced?

Emily finds herself locked in a battle with the darkness that appears to hold Alex captive. As he reveals more of his inner torment, as he seduces her into carnal decadence, she wonders who is this man she's so desperately in love with.

Can their love survive this intense journey of erotic exploration, shocking revelations and unsettling discoveries?

Book four in the Carte Blanche Series

Emily's Seduction is the sequel to Alex's Angel . But it can be read as a stand alone.



Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of slavery, torture and dubious consent, light BDSM, sensual spanking, anal sex, toys, voyeurism and once scene of ,ménage à trois M/F/M.


Excerpt From: Emily's Seduction

Philadelphia, PA February 1794

"Oh, come now, Alex, please tell me you're not going to marry that sweet, innocent girl."

The words were like an icy fist closing over Alexander Dalton's heart. Yes, he'd asked himself the same thing but to have it confirmed, outright, by his old friend—resentment replaced the coldness. He tapped on the windowsill of his bedchamber, his gaze still captivated by the slender young woman below in the garden. Her spill of ringlets glittered like rubies in the sunlight. His claret-haired girl. She was the jewel he had found. A treasure he would never let go.

"It won't work. You know it won't." Beneath the wry cynicism, there was a wealth of sympathy in Nicolo Calabria's voice. He knew Alex's demons intimately. No one else was better qualified to make such a judgement. "And, my friend, your life is quite firmly attached to America, is it not? It won't be so easy for you to get away."

Nicolo had three wives. One in France, one in Italy and one in England. And God knew how many mistresses. It was a kindness between the two of them that they never kept count of each other's discarded mistresses.

But, today, Nicolo's words were like sugar poured into a cracked tooth and Alex couldn't prevent the rush of angry, defensive words. "I am not going to run away from my marriage."
There was a pause. "Ah, you wound me. You truly do."

Alex forced himself to turn away from the window and face his accuser. "I am not judging you. I never have. But I am telling you, I would never—could never abandon her."

You may convince yourself but you cannot convince me. I know too well how it is. You will not be able to bear living with her and seeing each day the hurt accusation in her eyes. You won't be able to do anything about it. You will have withdrawn the vital parts of yourself long before. You won't be able to bear it. You'll do anything to get away."

Alex fisted his hands, resisting the urge to lash back angrily. Nicolo was only an echo of his own doubts. His chest grew tight. Both Nicolo and the little voice inside were wrong. It wasn't true.

He couldn't bear looking into those sympathetic, understanding eyes a moment longer. He glanced back at the window. Dr John Abbott, a frequent visitor, had come into the garden. Emily was laughing at something he'd said, her head tilted back exposing the pure, graceful lines of her throat. A sharp pain erupted in his chest.

God, he wanted her. Nicolo did not understand. He couldn't have loved a woman like this and ever turned his back on her. However, Alex wasn't playing jury with his old friend. He should simply let this subject drop but he couldn't. He spoke in slow, controlled tones. "If I decide to love her, to be loyal to her, then I shall be steadfast in my affections."

"Ah, I remember this confidence. I wish I could attain it again if only to have the brief pleasure of believing I can change. Being in love is the finest thing in life. Do not think I don't know this."


"You say it as if it were fact, already decided."

"No man, introduced to women the way we were, could ever be settled into a normal married life." Nicolo laughed softly. "The variety, the perfection, the pure carnal decadence. What one woman can ever compare?"

Alex turned away and contemplated the window again. Emily was gone from the garden and all that remained were muddy puddles and bare trees.


"Well, would you look at the time?" Nicolo sighed. "Some of us still have to work for our living. I shall be going."

Without bothering to turn around, Alex nodded mutely. His mind was already far away in another time and place.

"I am going to die in childbirth, I know it."

He stroked her hair. "You're not going to die."

"I don't want to die here. I don't want to die a slave."

He placed his hand on her still flat stomach. "I promise, I shall think of something. I'll get us out of here before the child comes."

Ah, the confidence of youth. Alex laughed cynically. But the past was dead and now he wanted only to forget it.












 
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Goodman Thomas Marlowe needs a wife. He loves his neighbour’s bondswoman Rosalind Abramson but for all the wrong reasons. The carnal passion he feels for her is at odds with his vision of the perfect marriage—something shaped by the memory of the pure, pious union he shared with his late wife. Valiantly, he fights to keep his feelings hidden.
Rosalind yearns for the handsome Goodman Marlowe. Yet beneath his kind action lies a cool distance that tells her he cannot forgive Rosalind’s shameful past. She’s determined to deny an infatuation with a man who will never respect her.

However, Thomas cannot focus on finding a bride while the unsuitable Rosalind is always so close and so alluring. Now he’s about to take a teaching position in another town. It’s the perfect escape for a man tormented by unacceptable desire.

Late one night, in the midst of a summer’s hot spell, Thomas spies Rosalind in the woods, clad only in her shift, dancing in the moonlight. It’s really more than a man celibate for three years can bear. Thomas is in danger of falling into a sin so powerful it threatens to challenge everything he believes in…
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of sensual spanking and issues surrounding previous death and grief. Be warned: This is a short Novella of approx. 64 pages.

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148 comments:

  1. I really enjoyed Grey's Lady. ^_^

    I'm most interested in A Measured Risk.

    Thanks for the great giveaway!


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  2. All of your books are awesome Tasha!! I can't wait for your next release!!

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  3. I really love your books. Thanks for the giveaway. I follow by Twitter, Facebook, Newsletter, Networked Blogs, and Email.

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  4. Thanks for the opportunity to meet you. I'd love to read White Lace and Promises.
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  5. Hi Natasha! I wish you so well as we proceed with this fun hop! May it get you tons of sales, my dear. Happy hopping!

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      Thank you for stopping by and for the good wishes. :)

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  6. I already watch you with Networked blogs and on my newsfeed for FB.. thanks for participating.

    umm - let's see.. Emily's Seduction I think..
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  7. I'd love to win A Measured Risk. It sounds awesome!
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  8. I'm reading "A Measured Risk" now and love it. All of your books sound great. I follow you via RSS, FB, and Twitter.

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    1. Thank you very much for the lovely compliment, Kelsey. I hope you have a happy Labor Day. :)

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  9. All your books sound fantastic, but I think I'd really love to read Emily's Seduction.
    I am following you via Twitter, GFC, and FB.

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  10. I would love to read White Lace and Promises. I follow FB, Twitter and GFC
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  11. they all sound so good. i would like to read a midsummer's sin please. follow on fb. julie.beasley@btinterenet.com

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  12. I'd love to read A Measured Risk. Following you via twitter and facebook


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  13. Since you are a new to me author, and I've not read any of your books, I'd love to have one that would be a good place to start! I'll let you pick for me! LOL!

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  14. I'm following your blog, and am following you on Facebook and Pintrest.

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  15. I really want to read A Measured Risk, I love the cover. Great giveaway, thx.

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  16. What a great hop! Grand prizes, old friends to visit and new ones to meet… and chances to win at each stop too. I’m in Blog heaven!
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    Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win.
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  17. A Measured Risk. Thanks!

    Diana
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  18. Thank you very much for the chance at your giveaway! I'd love to win Grey's Lady.
    I follow you on Twitter (@SebrinaC23) and FB friends (Sebrina Cassity).
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  19. I would love to read A Measured Risk. Thanks for the chance!
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  20. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I'd love to read A Measured Risk.
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  21. I would love to read A Measured Risk. I love the cover. I follow via FB & twitter. FB-Kaylyn Davis Twitter- @kaylyn_davis Thank you for the giveaway.
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  22. What a fun hop! delphinareadstoomuch at yahoo

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  23. I am very interested in A Midsummer's Sin.
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  24. Thanks for the chance, I haven't gotten the opportunity to enjoy one of your novels, so I'll be happy with any of them.
    I'm already a follower :)
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  25. I'm really wanting to read a Measured Risk. I'm a follower and a fan!
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  26. I'd love a print copy of Volume One: Grey's Lady and White Lace and Promises.
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  27. Oh so many choices...
    If possible I'd like to try for A Measured Risk. It sounds really, really good.
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  28. A Midsummers Sin.
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  29. I would love to have A Measured Risk :) Thanks for the awesome and amazing giveaway!
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  30. Such a lond and interesting post! Thank you for the chance to win!
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  31. Wow how do you choose one, but I think Measured Risk and Emily's Seduction sound incredible.
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  32. I think A Measured Risk, since I write and read BDSM.
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  33. I would love to read A Measured Risk! Thanks for the chance to win! krystalshannan@yahoo(dot)com

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  34. A Measured Risk...Thank you for the giveaway..


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  35. A Measured Risk Pls - thanks!!

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  36. White Lace and Promises! I haven't read it yet. I loved Grey's Lady! Thanks for being on the hop! This is one of my favorite sites.
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  37. a measured risk please. thanks for joining the hop!!
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  38. I would want to read Grey's Lady. I have been reading so much about this book and I am really wanting to read it.

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  39. I´d love a chance to win Grey's Lady =)
    Love the giveaway!
    I follow via Twitter, FB, email, GFC (fr_larsson) Pinterest, Networked Blogs.

    best wishes, Linda xo

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  40. I would love to win A Midsummer's Sin.
    I follow via FB, email, GFC and Network Blogs as Shan

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  41. I would love A Midsummer's Sin.
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  42. I am interested in Emily's Seduction, please. I look forward in reading more of your works.

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  43. Thanks for the awesome hop and giveaways! This is so much fun! Thank you! My favorite thing about romance is the romance. lol I love the characters, the plots, the HEA's, the love. I love it all! Id love to have A Midsummer's Sin please if i win. Thank you!
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  44. Great hop! I would love to read A Measured Risk. Thanks!
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  45. I'd love to win A Measured Risk! Thanks for the awesome post and giveaway!!
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  46. I'd love to read Waltz of Seduction. I follow by email, facebook, and twitter.

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  47. A Measured Risk is the one I would like to read.
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  48. You had me at historical. *g* I'd love to read Grey's Lady. I follow via Twitter.

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  49. Definitely A Midsummer's Sin! :) Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  50. Great post!!! I love romance books but they must have HEA’s! My favorite are series because I love seeing the characters again in other books!!

    thanks for the contest!!
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  51. Thanks for participating!
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  52. Love HEA always with a bang! Good post!
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  53. Romance Hop...awesome idea! Best love story for me...Pretty Woman...romance indeed with the must have HEA!... :-)

    Nice to checkout your page! Luv some of your books...Thanks for the opportunity!

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  54. Thanks for being part of the hop

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  55. Grey's Lady please!

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  56. I'd love to read Grey's Lady!
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  57. Emily's seduction looks like a great book!

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  58. I've never read any of your books so would be happy with any of them.
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  59. Thanks for participating! Really like the hop so far!! I love reading, especially romance. I love reading contemporary, historical and erotic romance. I love the happy ending that is garenteed at the end. My favorite book is Lover Mine by JR Ward! I love John Matthew and Xhex. My favorite romantic moment was when my fiancé asked me to marry him! We meant two years ago right around when summer was ending! I think it is romantic when he brings me flowers because no one else has ever done it! My friend and I went out for our last big night out before classes started again. Thanks so much! Hope everyone else is having a great long weekend!!

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  60. Emily's Seduction sounds good to me.
    Thanks for participating in the hop and giving us all a chance to win.
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  61. White Lace & Promises would be my choice.
    Thank you for being part of the blog hop. :)
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  62. "A Midsummer's Sin" is my book of choice!

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  63. Emily's Seduction seems like the least racy. After unknowingly reading Fifty Shades of Grey and suffering through that to try and find some semblance of plot or intelligence I tend to look for books that will expand my mind and consciousness.
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    1. Emily's Sedcution is actually one of the most sexually explicit of my stories. I write EROTIC Historical Romance, they are all fairly "racy." If you didn't enjoy 50 Shades because of the sexual content, you likely will not enjoy mine either. And that's okay. We all have our tastes. :) Happy Labor Day to you if you're in the USA. Happy Monday if you're not.

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  64. Follow you on Twitter-rosannepm
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  65. Subscribed via Facebook Rosanne M
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  66. Follow you on Networked blogs Rosanne M
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  67. Subscribe by e-mail rosans4@comcast.net

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  68. I would love to win The Regency Risks Series if I win!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!
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  69. Emily's Seduction. havebookwillsurvive @gmail.com

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  70. I want to win "A Measured Risk"

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  71. Thanks for the blog hop!
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  72. Thanks tons for the hop! I only read romance. My fav is Lora Leigh! Going to parade Monday with brothers and sisters! Should be FUN!
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  73. I would love to win a MEasured Risk.

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  74. A midsummer's sin looks like a really good read.
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  75. The books sound great! Thank you for the giveaway chance.
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  76. Thanks so much for the bloghop--I can't wait to read A Measured Risk!
    (Follow via Networked Blogs and email) :)
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  77. All of your books sound good but I think that I'd go with Grey's Lady since it's the first in the one series. Thanks for being a part of the hop. I hope that you have a great labor day weekend.
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  78. A Measured Risk sounds like a book I would like to read. I am always looking for new authors! spyda8@hotmail.com

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  79. Emily's Seduction sounds very good! :)
    Jessica
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  80. I am a follower on twitter
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    jessica
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  81. Emily seduction please!!

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  82. I am very interested in A Midsummer's Sin.
    I follow on GFC, FB,& Twitter
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  84. I would love to win Emily's Seduction.
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  85. I follow on twitter.
    https://twitter.com/LUCKYLADY4663
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  86. Thanks for the chance!

    Book choice: Emily's Seduction

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    Twitter = @jmesparza821

    GFC = Juana Esparza

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  87. Grey's Lady sounds like it would be interesting.
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  88. I follow on Facebook as Darla Kidder.
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  89. follow you on twitter: @sumer804

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  90. liked you on facebook: Sumer Blaker

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  91. I follow via Newsletter.
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  92. I follow via Networked Blogs as Darla Kidder.

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  93. Email subscriber.
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  94. follow twitter
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  95. like fb
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  96. subscribe via email using ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  97. networked blogs
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  98. I'd love to read A Measured Risk. It sounds great!
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  99. I just want the Kindle Fire or the $130 gift card!

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    1. Fair enough Dwayne. Happy Labor Day to you. Got anything fun planned?

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  100. Why I like Romance Novels….The reason I like Romance Novels so much is because it is one place where I can be anywhere like England, Scotland, Rome, Ireland, or anywhere in the US. I can also be in any time like 1200’s Scotland, 1500’s England, 1900’s Chicago. I can be anyone like a princess, a servant, a werewolf, a duchess, a vampire, or a lost soul. But no matter what I get the privilege and the experience to overcome many different obstacles and find love. Let me tell you in this world, and during this time where life can have so many struggles it is great that you can be, have, and do so many things to find love and romance and still be yourself!

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  102. A Midsummer's Sin

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  103. Any, I'm entering for a family member that likes books like these.

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  104. I'd love to win A Measured Risk or Grey's Lady. Thanks for participating!

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  105. I'd like to win 'Emily's Seduction' - I always like to read books that take place in real places I know.

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  106. I haven't read any of your books yet but would love to start with Emily's Seduction. Thanks for the chance!

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  107. thanks for participating in the Hop!
    I'm interested in A Measured Risk ... which is a great title!
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  108. I sent you a friend request via FB as Lyndsey Rullman.

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  109. I'm following you on twitter as lyndsey1stunna

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  110. I'd love to read Emily'sseduction!

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  111. Honestly all of your books sound so wonderful I'd love to win any of them :) I'll definitely be checking out your books!

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  112. I would like to read A Midsummer's Sin.
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  113. Measured Risk.

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  114. Thanks for being part of this hop!
    White Lace & Promises

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  115. Wonderful hop! If I am chosen, I would like A Measured Risk please. Thank you for the great giveaway.
    trb0917 at gmail.com
    I follow newsletter & blog with above email address.
    Twitter ~ @trb0917
    FB ~ Tina Becker

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  116. I'd love to win measured risk!

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  117. I have read many of your books! Love them! I am very interested in MEASURED RISK.
    Thanks for the giveaway: :)
    June
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    1. Forgot to say that I follow by:
      Twitter: @juneannm
      FB: June Manning
      Newletter & Email Subsriber
      NB: June Manning
      GFC: June M.

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  118. I would like to win A Midsummer's Sin, I follow you on Google+ jessica schueler
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  119. Emilys Suduction
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  120. I would like to read A Measured Risk.

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  121. I'd like A Midsummer's Sin
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  122. I would love to read A Measured Risk.
    GFC - Sherry S.
    Facebook - Sherry Strode
    Google+ - Sherry Strode
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  123. I would love a measured risk
    I follow on fb and twitter under Sarah Cool and sarahbeara6
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  124. I'd like to win White Lace and Promises! svc1950@hotmail.com

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