July 14, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "HOW TO SEDUCE A SCOUNDREL" ENDED

JULY 14th to JULY 28th, 2011



HOW TO SEDUCE A SCOUNDREL
by VICKY DREILING

SYNOPSIS:
  Miss Julianne Gatewick is in a pickle. It started when her brother's best friend-for whom she's long nursed a secret tendre-agreed to act as her guardian for the Season, only to seduce her with a risqué waltz. But when the music stopped and the expectant ton waited for Marc Darcett, Earl of Hawkfield, to claim her as his own, he made his disinterest clear. Rather than succumb to humiliation, Julianne does what any self-respecting, recently discarded young miss with a wicked sense of humor would do. She secretly pens a lady's guide to enticing unrepentant rakes . . . and it becomes the hottest scandal sheet in London.
  Every honorable rake knows that friends' sisters are forbidden. But suddenly Julienne has a spark of mischief in her eyes that Hawk can't resist. Try as he might to push her away, he spends his days listening for her laughter and his nights dreaming of kissing her senseless. He's always avoided innocents and their marriage-minded mothers, but has the man least likely to wed finally met his match?

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45 comments:

Gina Hott said...

YES!! I'd have loved to live in that era... Well, except for the bathrooms & ONLY if I was at least a marchioness with $$
;)

I'd LOVE to have this book!!

Gigi Ann said...

When I am reading Jane Austen's books I sometimes think how nice it would be to have lived in that era, but then I come to my senses when the book ends.

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crystalgb said...

It would be ok to visit but I don't think I could live in the past without modern conveniences I have gotten accustomed to having.
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Denise Z said...

I would have loved to live in that era - of course there is a caveat, I still would need my shower and bathroom facilities :) I was reading my email from you today and was not going to actually hop over because of time constraints, but once I read about this lovely book, I just had to drop by with my thanks for the give away opportunity and hopes that I might win - positive affirmations going on here :)

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ann said...

Yes I probaly would have. Life today is to fast paced and crazy.


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Victoria Zumbrum said...

I would loved to have lived in that era. The gowns that women wore were beautiful. The only bad thing would be no shower and bathroom. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

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Misusedinnocence said...

In many ways yes, I love the clothing, the sensibilities of the time, but would miss my shower and internet. lol

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Desmond said...

No. Today is far superior. One word: dentistry.

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Helen Keeler said...

No I like my life to much to live without my computer. helenkeeler@comcast.net

mamabunny13 said...

I would love to have lived in that era...if there was AC! lol
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Emma said...

NO. This sounds like a great book.Thanks for the giveaway. augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com .

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gene said...

i'd love to live during that time!

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clynsg said...

It may sound romantic, but unless you were one of the upper classes AND never became ill or injured, people forget that life was frequently very hard and sometimes very short. So no, I would rather just read about it.

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Anonymous said...

I think I would have liked to live during 1817. But I would have rather lived during the 1860's. Please enter me. Thanks!

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Anonymous said...

1817 is not for me.

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Shari said...

No, i couldn't have worn those clothes.
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Storm Safety Blog said...

I love reading about that time period, and I think I would enjoy visiting there - at least if I were a member of the ton. Realistically, I would miss the internet, running water, toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, electricity, and watching Castle. dahlia at tmlindsey dot com

susansmoaks said...

i think i would have hated it
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/\Heather/\ said...

Probably not. I think I appreciate modern medicine, modern transportation and indoor plumbing a little too much.
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purango said...

I don't think I would have liked to live in that era. garrettsambo@aol.com

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

OH! Yes! I would have love to live in that era!
would have miss modren plumbing ect...but it was such a wonderful time at least for those of some wealth.
That is why I love reading romance novels like this that transport me back to an era gone by !
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Atreau said...

No, i wouldn't have liked to have lived in that era.

Kimberly said...

Yes and no, love the clothes and romanticism, hate no TV or Internet.

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