Welcome Juniper Bell :)
Saturday, July 24th, 2010 Jul 24th, 2010 leave a response

I’m sharing my blog with Juniper Bell today who writes Regency erotica/romantica. As you regular readers know I’m off to RWA at the beginning of the week, so feast your eyes on this luscious offering while I get started on my packing 🙂

My Three Lords
Regency erotica
Juniper Bell

How is one innocent country girl to choose between a Duke, a Marquis and an Earl? Must she?

When Miss Alicia Silverwood marries the Earl of Dorchester, he whisks her off to Notre Plaisir, a country manor where erotic surprises await in the company of three powerful lords.
The young Earl needs a wife and heir. The cynical Marquis de Beaumont needs a playmate. And the commanding Duke of Warrington needs a reason to live. As for the new Lady Dorchester, she’s about to discover the true nature of her own sensual needs. On top of that, she’s falling in love.
It might take a miracle for Lady Alicia and her three lords come to an arrangement that makes them all happy. Or perhaps all that’s required is a little scandalous rule- breaking.

My Three Lords is coming out on July 28 from Ellora’s Cave as part of its Exotika line. Here’s the “coming soon” page:

Here’s Juniper’s website:
And right now she’s running a promotion on her blog: — anyone who signs up for her newsletter is entered into a random drawing for an ARC of My Three Lords.

Wishing you great sales, Juniper!

3 comments to “Welcome Juniper Bell :)”

  1. Juniper Bell
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 5:51 pm · Link

    Thank you so much for having me on your blog, Kate! I’ll be stopping by your table at the RWA signing, so get that pen ready. Good luck with your packing!

    Juniper



  2. Kate Pearce
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      · July 24th, 2010 at 6:39 pm · Link

    You are welcome 🙂 There aren’t that many writers of erotic Regencies out there! Lok forward to seeing you at RWA!



  3. Lindy
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      · July 26th, 2010 at 3:19 pm · Link

    Looks delish – like my kind of book! 🙂

    ~Lindy



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