Nice Girls Writing Naughty Holiday Hunks Blog Hop!!!

myedits_LaraArcher_BaredToTheViscount_2500px copySurprise Cover Reveal!

Release Day is still a few weeks away, but I’m thrilled to introduce the cover of my upcoming historical erotic romance, Bared to the Viscount!

The Nice Girls are doing our Hunky Holiday Blog Hop, so even though this is Book One of my new series, The Rites of May, set in springtime, I’m imagining what my hero, Viscount Parkhurst, might be doing on a typical Regency Christmas Eve.

During the Regency, the English shared gifts on Christmas Eve, not Christmas Day. Christmas trees were a German custom, but English houses were still full of greenery–pine boughs and holly and perhaps even a frisky bit of mistletoe.

The Viscount and his new Viscountess first felt the flames of passion in the wild, still-pagan forest near their home, so I’d like to think they’d venture out in the snow to gather their Christmas greenery together. And if they should happen to come across a nice bit of mistletoe, I’m sure they’d test out its magical powers of attraction.

Regency women didn’t usually wear much more than stockings under their layers of skirts…and I’m sure outdoor lovers could find all sorts of ways to keep each other warm. And that would be the best Christmas gift of all!

Leave a comment to be eligible to win one of many prizes for the Holiday Blog Hop! I’m giving away a $10 Amazon gift card!

Nice Girls Writing Naughty Teacher’s Pet Contest!!!!

viscountThanks for visiting my brand new site!!

My Teacher’s Pet is The Viscount, hero of the soon-to-be-released Bared to the Viscount.

Here are Five Fast Facts about him:

  1. He received his degree from Oxford—with honors, of course.
  2. He was Captain of the cricket team—and could outrace any rider from London to Bath.
  3. Growing up he wanted to be…Viscount, naturally, like his father and grandfathers before him.
  4. On Friday nights, you’d have found him dancing with the most notorious married ladies at rather-less-than-reputable soirees.
  5. At Eton, he spent most of his Latin classes composing bawdy verses to send to the Headmaster’s daughters.

The winner of the $10 Amazon e-gift card is Evelise Archer (no relation, LOL)!