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Monday, December 31, 2012

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Hello and welcome to my stop on the New Year's Blog Hop. Thank you very much to Carrie Ann Ryan for organizing and hosting this fabulous and fun hop.

Can you believe it is already New Year's Day 2013? 2012 was a year of rapid learning while trying to keep pace with daily life. It was also a time of reflection for me in many ways. A time to regroup and to think deeply about what I want. 2012 seemed to fly. Faster than I liked many times.

I want to say thank you to all the readers who took a chance on me as a new author and purchased and read my stories. For 2013, my goal is to continue to learn and to improve my skills as an author and to deepen and refine my stories.  My hope for 2013 is that it may be a year of positive growth for myself and my writing.

What do you most aspire to and hope for 2013? Whatever it is, I hope you achieve it and that your 2013 is filled with much love, laughter and joy.

 ***Happy New Year to you all!" ***

 We have THREE grand prizes on this hop. You as reader can go to EACH blog and comment with your email address and be entered to win. Yep, you can enter over 200 times!
Now what are those prizes?

1st Grand Prize: A Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet

2nd Grand Prize: A $300 Amazon or B&N Gift Card

3rd Grand Prize: A Swag Pack that contains paperbacks, ebooks, 50+ bookmarks, cover flats, magnets, pens, coffee cozies, and more!

*** You MUST comment and leave your EMAIL address to be entered for the Grand Prizes. *** 

 For my blog giveaway, I am offering readers a chance to win one of my historical erotic romance e-books. You can find out more about my books in the left side bar of this blog.

To enter to win one of my historical erotic romance ebooks, please tell me which book interests you and why. Otherwise, you may simply say hello or Happy New Year or whatever else is on your mind and you'll be entered to win the blog hop grand prize.

Please leave your email address in your comment and let me know how you follow me: Email, Networked Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Newsletter and these will give you extra entries for my blog contest (Does not apply to the blog hop grand prize).

Disclaimers: By commenting and entering the contest, you are stating that you are 18 or older and have reached the age of majority in your country/state of residence. Void where prohibited by law. By entering the contest, you are stating that it is legal for you to do so. This giveaway will be subject to my giveaway policies.

To learn more about one of my ebooks, A MEASURED RISK, please keep reading.




A MEASURED RISK features a shy, intellectual, strong-willed widow with real life curves (Rubenesque/BBW) and a protective, possessive Dominant, alpha male hero (a warrior not a rake). This is a story of Dominance and submission with light BDSM, emotional healing, trust and love.

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A Measured Risk is an Erotic Historical Romance. This means it contains graphic sexual language. It also means that there is a greater focus on the development of the romance through eroticism than in Mainstream/Traditional Steamy or Spicy Romance.
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Wonderful erotic romance!

"I absolute loved this story. It's rare to find a real, sweet love story in a BDSM romance. This one's definitely a keeper, something to read a second time. Looking forward to read more of those! ;) Review By Author Deborah Court

A too-die-for alpha hero

"I wanted to recommend a super-hot erotic romance that I just read: 'A Measured Risk' by Natasha Blackthorne.

It's set in the Regency period, has a too-die-for alpha hero who loves to dominate the heroine, and an interesting storyline. I really enjoyed this book and ripped right through it--I love how the author writes. She puts you right into the characters' heads and bodies, so you feel what they feel.

This was definitely one of the best erotic romances I've read this year, and I've already recommended it to several people. Jonathan Lloyd, the Earl of Ruel, is my new Christian Grey!"

~ Author Dana Delamar, posted on my Facebook profile, Wednesday October 10, 2012.

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Copyright © Natasha Blackthorne, 2012
All Rights Reserved, Total-E-Ntwined Limited, T/A Total-E-Bound.

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

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.


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...

So what happened next? Click the banner below to read the entire first chapter and find out:



" 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:


Book one in the Regency Risks Series

He is her most dangerous temptation and now he is demanding her submission. Dare she take the risk?

Young dowager countess, Lady Cranfield, is emotionally scarred by the traumatic accident that took her husband's life. She cannot forget how he was killed and breathed his last in the circle of her trembling arms.

Imprisoned by her lingering fear of horses and carriages, Lady Cranfield is fascinated by the brave, self-assured Earl of Ruel and longs to be closer to him. She believes he alone can teach her how to overcome her terror.

Seduced by the covert, come-hither glances from the shy Lady Cranfield, Ruel sensed she would be the sweetest, most submissive experience of a lifetime-if only he can gain her total and complete trust.

Lady Cranfield grew up emotionally neglected by her ducal parents and later betrayed by her charming, handsome husband. She has learned that she can trust no one and protects herself at all costs. However, she's desperate to regain her former life and now willing to risk almost anything-her reputation, even her virtue.

But Ruel wants something she never expected. He makes her a non-negotiable offer. His help in return for her complete sexual submission and total obedience for one month.

Dare she take the risk?

Reader Advisory: This is a BDSM romance. 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.

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  1. I'm dying to read A Measured Risk - I love this excerpt!
    I follow you on twitter - AutumnJLake

    1. Thank you, Autumn, for the lovely compliment. Happy New Year! :)

  2. Love the excerpt!
    GFC follower=Kassandra
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    1. Hello Kassandra,

      Thank you for the compliment. Happy New Year. :)

  3. This book sounds great.
    Have a Happy and Healthy New Year.
    GFC follower - rickpeggysmith
    email subscriber - rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

    1. Hello Peg,

      Thank you for the kind words and for following me. Happy New Year. :)

  4. A MEASURED RISK does look fabulous.

    Wishing you a very Happy New Year!!

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    1. Hello Mary,

      So nice to see you here again. Thank you for the compliment. I hope you're having a wonderful New Year so far. :)

  5. A Measured Risk sounds great and I love the cover. Thanks for the great giveaway and Happy New Year,
    Email Sibscriber

    crystaley73 at yahoo dot com

    1. Hello Crystal,

      Thank you for the compliments and Happy New Year. :)

  6. Thanks for participating in this blog hop.

    1. Hello Mary,

      Thank you for hopping along with us and Happy New Year. :)

  7. Wishing you a wonderful and healthy 2013!
    I follow by email and newsletter!

    1. Hello PC,

      Thank you so much for following. Happy New Year! :)

  8. Hi Natasha!

    Congratulations on the wonderful reviews by Dana and Sharonda! Who can read just the excerpt when you were generous enough to give us an entire chapter to read? The same can be true of anyone who has read any of your books and A Measured Risk is going to be another of your erotic historical romances that a reader won't be able to set down until they've read the entire book!

    Best wishes for your continued success in the New Year and all the years to come!

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  9. Hello Jeanne,

    Thank you for the sweet words. I truly appreciate your support. I hope you're having a happy New Year so far. :)

  10. I'd love a copy of White Lace and Promises -- read and enjoyed Grey's Lady and am curious about what happens next!

    Thank you for the great giveaway! (I follow via Facebook, email and newsletter)

    Happy New Year!

    - Tin (khriscc at yahoo dot com)

  11. Thanks for taking part in the blog hop and Happy New Year.

  12. I do not have any of your books yet so they all interest me. I love historicals and you have given them an extra umph! I do follow by FB and twitter and newsletter and GFC
    debby236 at gmail dot com

  13. Happy New Year! I would love to read Grey's Lady since the hero and heroine look like two strong characters.
    mce1011 AT aol DOT com

  14. I have A Measured Risk and most of your other books. What I would like in 2013 is more new books by Natasha Blackthorne! Continued great success, Natasha.
    I follow by email ,GFC and am a Facebook and Goodreads fan.

    mcv111 at hotmail dot com

  15. I am intrigued with "A Measured Risk" the dominance but loving way showed in the excerpt; now I have to buy this book very soon!!!"
    I follow by email, Facebook, and have signed up for your blog but my computer is giving trouble with it; I haven't succeeded connecting on that yet.

  16. Thanks for being a part of the hop! Hope you have an amazing New Year!!!!


  18. Thanks for the giveaway and a happy new year to you!

    xandrajames AT gmail DOT com

  19. Thanks for being in the hop! In 2013 I aspire to fit back into my pre-pregnancy clothes.

    Happy New Year!

    jochibi AT yahoo DOT com

  20. I would like to try A Measured Risk book it sounds good I have only read a few BDSM books.

    JamieToddMiller (at) aol (dot)com

  21. Happy New Year Natasha. I wish you much success this year in your writing and personal endeavors!

  22. Happy New Year, Natasha. I follow you on email, twitter, pinterest and facebook.

  23. Just stopping by to wish you a happy new year.

  24. very cool Blog Hop.. Happy New years to all

  25. Happy New Year! I'd love to read A Measured Risk :)

    carrie dot rogozinski at

  26. I do not have any of your books, but looks like I may have found a new author. Happy New Year.

  27. Aloha!

    Thank you for participating in the blog hop!

    I'm releasing my debut novel this year and moving to a new city. Aside from that, my goal is to retain my sanity and pant size through the processes. LOL


  28. I aspire to continue reading books that I love and finding some new authors to add to my ever growing TBR list. And to have some really hot books handy to keep my warm during those really cold nights.

    Happy New Year!

  29. I like that A Measured Risk features a BBW heroine. I love it when authors feature women who are sexy, but aren't rail-thin!

    Carpe Noctem,

    Author Desirée Lee
    Putting the Romance back in Necromancy

  30. Thanks for the great hop.
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

  31. Thanks for the fun and Happy 2013!

  32. Thanks for the giveaway. Happy New Year!

  33. I would love to dive into A Measured Risk. The synopsis speaks to me for my own personal reasons and it's fun to fantasize that our fears and emotional barriers could be broken through by someone like Reul.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  34. I aspire to read more of the free books I already have from Amazon. I get them everyday but somehow do not get around to reading them. I figure this is a goal I could actually do!


  35. I, too, love A Measured Risk! My goals for this year? Some big ones! Getting my life and home in order and finally focusing on losing my excess weight!


  36. Thanks for the giveaway! And Happy New Year!

  37. Trying to keep my health in check!!!

    diane dot sadler at gmail dot com

  38. As I sit here, my husband is working on what we want to do this year...take a real family vacation. We have been married for 15 years and haven't taken the kids anywhere. Many reasons why, but this year, we are changing that. Looking for a pet friendly cabin for a week's vacation. We will do it.
    Best of luck in your goals and Happy New Year.
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

  39. I have set my sights on "A Measured Risk". I caught myself holing my breath as I read the excexpt. HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone!


  40. Thanks so much for a great beginning to a New Year.


  41. Happy New Year, Natasha.
    I'm looking forward to reading A Measured Risk as I love Regency erotic stories.

    1. Ooops, went before I added the email addie.

  42. Happy New Year thanks for being part of the hop... A Measured Risk sounds great but then so do all your other ones so if i win... Pick one for me and make it a suprise.

  43. wishing you success in you hopes & goals in 2013 too as well as lots of laughter and joy. happy new year
    gamistress66 (at) aol (dot) com

  44. I, as many others, am dying to read A Measured Risk!

    I follow by twitter - @arelyzperez
    By facebook & NetworkedBlogs - Arely ZPerez
    and by email -

  45. Oh, I've bought and read Measured Risk after your last blog hop and I believe I would like to read "A Midsummer's sin" since it seems to follow the same style.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    Happy 2013!

    Oh, I already follow your everywhere. Isabelle Werneck or morebooksthanlivros

  46. My resolutions this year are to keep a record of how many books I read in 2013, read the Lord of the Rings series to my mother who is bed bound, and to finally read the Harry Potter series…LOL
    Happy New Year!!!
    koonie2888 at yahoo dot com

    Follow all ways either Michelle Bledsoe or MABledsoe

  47. I want to let people know how much I appreciate them more in the new year - people should hear it more often!
    Best wishes for 2013!
    bas1chsemail at gmail dot com

  48. My goal for this year is to be kinder to myself. I am learning that it is okay to say no to others.
    planterofhope at aol dot com

  49. I subscribe to your newsletter.
    To get in better shape. Thanks for the chance and Happy New Year!

  50. My resolution is to quit smoking, complete all the challenges I signed up for. As for which book I think I would like Grey's Lady.

    FB-Dawna Newman

  51. Happy New Year!

    chellesy.clay at gmail dot com

  52. I would really like to read A Measured Risk. I hope you have a Happy New Year!

  53. Oops, forgot to leave my email


  54. hope your new year started off with a bang. Here's hoping you reach all your goals this year.
    scrtsbpal at yahoo dot com

  55. Happy New Year!


  56. Looking forward to reading more

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  57. I follow on GFC and Networked blogs Ellen Thompson
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  58. Thanks for participating in this hop. Happy New Year!

  59. Happy new year, thanks .

  60. I'd love to read A Measured Risk; I like the sounds of the characters especially that the hero is not a rake but a warrior.

    Happy New Year!

  61. I'd love to became a published author this year :)
    Happy New Year and thanks for the giveaway! I followed you on Twitter (alice_me_78) and on facebook (anne gilbert)
    movie1997 at live dot it

  62. Happy New Year! I'm looking forward to reading A Measured Risk because I love Regency erotic romances. I follow via Facebook, Twitter, E-mail, Newsletter, and Networked Blogs.


  63. What do you most aspire to and hope for 2013? Well to finish a novel a started writing in 2012 :D
    Out of all of your books I think I'd like to have A Measured Risk. I like the sound of the However Alex's Angel is Def going on my TBR list.
    Big Hugs & Happy New Year
    Missie Jones
    missie25524 (at) netzero (dot) com

  64. Happy New Year!


  65. Happy New Year!

    My resolution is to spend more time on myself. I spread myself way to thin as it is...and by time I mean a whole day not just a few hours.


  66. Happy New Year!! A Measured Risk looks great. My resolution is to be more organized. We will see how well that works out. I follow on FB.

    smurfettev AT gmail DOT com

  67. happy new year alexs angel i love the title and cover on that book

  68. Happy New Year!

    I follow you every possible way!

    Adila (from Azerbaijan)

    Adila Sblog

  69. I want to do more de-cluttering of my house.

    strive4bst(At) yahoo(Dot) com

  70. Happy New Year. I hope to ensure a nurturing loving relationship with my babes.

  71. I would love any of them especially A Measured Risk :)
    GFC Cassandra Hicks
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  72. I would probably pick A Measured Risk. Happy New Year!

    GFC: Emily
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    Twitter: chickie434
    FB: Emily Wells
    Email and Newsletter


  73. I have had Grey's Lady on my list for awhile, it sounds so good. I follow you every way.
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  74. Thanks for participating in the hop.
    GFC: Katie Amanda
    NB: Kt Amanda

  75. I like the sound of the "A Measured Risk". Reading the excerpt, I would love to find out what happens next, it was pulling me in :D
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  76. I just read the trailer to Emily's Seduction and I'm thinking that's going to be a great book. That's the one I'd really like to get my hands on. I'm a sucker for a good seduction. :)

    sapheyerblu AT gmail DOT com

  77. Happy new year! I'm hoping to make more time to read this year via more organization and simplifying my life. A Measured Risk looks great.

    dancingcelt at gmail dot com

  78. "A Measured Risk" sounds like a great read, I would love to win it!
    Happy New Year and thank you for the blog hop and giveaway! I'm following on Facebook, Pinterest, Google Friends, Google Plus, Networked blogs and email.

  79. a mid summers sin i like the title and cover and the description i read sounded good
    kaholgate at ymail dot com

  80. thanks! sstogner1 at gmail dot com

  81. Buon anno!
    partecipo al concorso
    gfc luisac

  82. Have a naughty new year!

    always.and.never AT gmail DOT com

  83. Wishing you good things and much success this year. Happy New Year and thanks for the chance to win. <^_^>

  84. Hi! Happy New Years! Thanks for the awesome hop and all the giveaways! This is so fun! I love these hops! I always meet new authors, reconnect with old ones and my TBR list grows by leaps and bounds! Thank you!! Have a great day! Best wishes and many blessings to you!

  85. grey's lady looks like a good book to start with since I haven't read anything of yours yet. I follow you on Email, Networked Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Newsletter thanks for the hop

  86. Going over to buy your books at bookstrand. Hope they are still on sale. I follow you on email,twitter networkblogs. Any way I can. Thanks for the giveaway.

  87. A Measured Risk sounds the most interesting to me because it's on BDSM.


  88. Happy New Year. Any of your books would be a welcome read.

    Thank you for having this giveaway.


    abinormyl AT gmail DOT com

  89. Thanks for participating in the blog hop and have a Happy New Year!
    This year I`m hoping to find a job I love.


  90. Happy New Year and hoping for a productive 2013....

    Michelle B. aka koshkalady

    purrpurrkoshkamb at aol dot com

  91. Hi! Happy New Year! Thank you for sharing! :D


  92. Happy New Year, and thank you so much for participating in this hop. I love being introduced to authors I haven't read before!
    tp DOT quixotic AT gmail DOT com

  93. Happy New Year and thanks for the giveaway. You are a new-to-me author so I'm not familiar with your work. I read a little about 'Grey's Lady' and liked what I read so I think I'll be looking to your work a little closer.

    kareninnc at gmail dot com

  94. Following on Networked blogs, GFC, Twitter, and we're friends on Facebook.
    I'm over 18, in the US, and use Amazon Kindle.

    The book that interests me is Grey's Lady, because when I start reading a book series, I prefer to begin with book one! :)

    Happy New Year from ! I hope you have a great one. Thanks for taking part in the hop.

  95. Happy New Year!
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

  96. I have all of them, except "Emily's Seduction". So that is my pick!

  97. Loved it!

  98. Thank you for the giveaway!
    uilani25 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  99. Happy New Year!


  100. Happy New Year!!

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

  101. Happy New Year,thanks for the giveaway.


  102. I'm looking for a new job for 2013.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  103. I follow you by newsletter. Happy New Year, have a great year. Thanks for the hop, Angie

  104. Hey, I sent you a FB friend request. Good luck with your book. Love the covers. Thanks for being another host on this blog hop.

  105. Happy New Year to you!
    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

  106. Happy New Year! I hope you achieve everything you aspire to achieve this year.

    dreammie_angel at yahoo dot com

  107. Love the cover and how the story sounds! Have a happy new year!

  108. I really love the covers of your stories--I bet they are all sexy and sensual!

    For the New Year, I really hope to travel!


    1. Oh, and I signed up for to follow by email, on facebook, twitter, networked blogs, and your newsletter!

  109. I follow your blog and enjoy your posts very much! Thanks for the chance to win!

  110. thanks for the chance to win...

    ddreemz @

  111. Thanks so much for participating in the blog hop. Hope you have an awesome 2013!
    michelletucker at baconnation dot net

  112. Picking just one book is impossible. I think I'd like to start with A Measured Risk or a Midsummer's Sin. I love historical romances and erotic stories, so putting them together is win-win for me.
    Happy New Year!

  113. I'd love to read A Measured Risk! I love erotica with heroines who aren't physically perfect - like most of us.

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I love discovering new authors! Just checked out your back list & it looks like my TBR list will be getting a bit longer.

    Happy New Year!


    whitk227 (at) gmail (dot) com

  114. Thank you very much for the great giveaway and fun blog hop!
    I wish you a very Happy New Year!
    Facebook follower-latisha D
    Latisha D

  115. I plan on eating healthier & reading more great books this year.

    JessieL62 at comcast dot net

  116. I would definitely choose A Measured Risk. It sounds excellent.

  117. Hi Natasha,

    All of your books look amazing. I absolutely love the covers, but if I had to choose just one it would be A Measured Risk.

    I love erotic historical romances. :)

    Thank you,

  118. Wow! Who knew Historials could be this steamy, hot. Keep writng so I can keep reading. Thanks for being the Naughty Blog Hop,


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