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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day! (giveaway)

Happy Valentine's Day! In light of this day of love, I want to give away a copy of my novella, LADY SEDUCTRESS'S BALL. Leave a comment with your email address to win!

Invitation to Pleasure

As the wife of the elderly Earl of March, Olivia Covington has never known the intimacies of the bedroom. Though her curiosity is piqued by the shocking whispers of society ladies, she is too wary of causing scandal to indulge in an affair. But Tristan Knightley, Earl of Newcastle, tempts her to throw off propriety.

Tristan wants Olivia for his own, and has sworn off all others until he can rid himself of the obsession. He is sure once he has a taste, he will tire of her, and can return to his rakish existence. Unable to wait to have her in his bed, he invites her for a tryst at Lady Seductress's Ball...

I've also written a special Tristan and Olivia Valentine's Day continuation at Romancing the Past.

RT Book Reviews gives Lady Seductress's Ball 4 Stars!
"While the topic of a married lady becoming embroiled in an affair may be considered distasteful, the author elevates the tale with excellent writing. Knight shows readers a side of Regency England that many may have not explored — the decadent sex clubs that make it possible for lovers fulfill their every desire."
Where can you get LADY SEDUCTRESS'S BALL? 


Alexandriaweb said...

Earl of Newcastle? Oooh that would be just up the road from where I live!
Happy Valentines


Eliza Knight said...

All the better!!! Happy Valentine's to you :)

Artemis said...

I'm sure there were plenty of spouses that weren't getting satisfaction in the marriage bed.

LADY SEDUCTRESS'S BALL sounds absolutely delicious.

cindersmaria AT yahoo DOT com

Eliza Knight said...

Thank you :) Delicious indeed, and you are so correct!

Jen said...

The Lady Seductress's Ball does sound like a delicious read.

Can't wait to read it.


Renee said...

I love this premise and can't wait to read it.

Eliza Knight said...

And the random winner is... Artemis! Congrats! I will email you your copy shortly :)