Friday, July 8, 2011

Twenty Reasons To Love Regency + Giveaway with Vicky Dreiling


I personally adore the author guest posting today! She dazzled me with her debut, How To Marry A Duke, and if the reviews are anything to go by, her second book-which features a character from book 1 that I absolutely love- will definitely impress! Please, sit back, relax, & enjoy!
without further adieu:

Vicky Dreiling

About the Author:
Vicky Dreiling is a confirmed historical romance junkie and Anglophile. Frequent business trips to the UK allowed her to indulge her passion for all things Regency England. Bath, Stonehenge, and Spencer House are among her favorite places. She is, however, truly sorry for accidentally setting off a security alarm in Windsor Castle.  That unfortunate incident led her British colleagues to nickname her “Trouble.”
When she’s not writing, Vicky enjoys reading, films, concerts, and most of all, long lunches with friends. She holds degrees in English literature and marketing. A native Texan, she shares her home with her daughter and a spoiled mini-lop rabbit that lives in a slightly gnawed cardboard cottage. 


Vicky Dreiling Online: Website | Blog | Facebook | Twitter

Latest Release:
Lady 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 the Earl of Hawkfield to claim her as his own, he made his disinterest clear. Rather than succumb to humiliation, Julianne does what any recently discarded, wickedly witty young miss would do. She secretly pens a lady’s guide to enticing unrepentant rakes . . . and it becomes the hottest scandal in London.
Every honorable rake knows that friends’ sisters are forbidden. But suddenly Julianne 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 her kisses. He’s always avoided innocents and their marriage-minded mothers, but has the man least likely to wed finally met his match?

Read an excerpt: here | Read a review at The Romanceaholic: here

Get Your Copy Today:


The Guest Post
Twenty Reasons to Love Regency Historical Romance 
By Vicky Dreiling
  1. The heroine wears flowing hand-sewn gowns with beautiful lace …and no underwear.
  2. The hero always appreciates the heroine’s wardrobe (see #1).
  3. The hero wears skin-tight pants that show off his manly muscles.
  4. The heroine always appreciates the hero’s “unmentionables” (see #3).
  5. The ambiance is always romantic because of the candlelight.
  6. The old fashioned dialogue is uber sexy.
  7. Even though the hero is a rake, he has a core sense of honor.
  8. The hero always stands for a lady and opens doors for her.
  9. The heroine is always strong enough to resist everything about the hero … except his kisses.
  10. The hero knows he shouldn’t, but he’s too tempted by the heroine.
  11. The heroine has a personal maid to attend her every need and attends parties every night in London.
  12. The hero has swashbuckling hobbies such as fencing and riding horses.
  13. The hero is always tall, muscular, and has unforgettable eyes.
  14. The heroine is always mesmerized by the hero’s penetrating gaze.
  15. The hero may be an alpha male, but the heroine always stands up to him.
  16. The heroine may be beautiful, but she’s never vain and has a big heart.
  17. The hero is a virtuoso in bed.
  18. Despite all his resistance, the hero falls hard for the heroine.
  19. Despite all her resistance, the heroine falls hard for the hero.
  20. Happily Ever After is So Romantic Wrapped up in a Long-Ago Package
May the Magic Romance Fairies be with you!


-Vicky Dreiling
www.vickydreiling.com
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~*~Giveaway Details~*~
Vicky's lovely publicist has generously offered to giveaway a copy of 'HOW TO SEDUCE A SCOUNDREL' to (3) three lucky commenter! All you have to do to be eligible to win is comment on this interview post! Leave a comment, gush nonsensically, or ask Vicky a question (maybe she'll even answer it!) The giveaway will end on July 22nd and the winner will be announced and contacted shortly thereafter.



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22 comments:

  1. Sound like you hit the nail on the head with your twenty reasons. I love about all romances and I switch around alot.


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  2. You had me at number three! LOL! Thanks for sharing with us today! I can't wait to get this book!

    evjochum[AT]aol[DOT]com

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  3. Love the 20 Reasons. I love romance books and switch between the different types often.

    Thank you for the post and for the giveaway.

    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

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  4. I always wonder if I would have liked living in this time period. Yes....the gowns would definitely flatter my very female figure (hard finding that in today's world of size 2!) If the men are like those in Vicky's novels, I would definitely live in the Regency time period. What about you, Vicky....now or then....where would you rather be? BTW, I would love to enter your giveaway but I live in Canada.....I always seem to miss out on the good freebies!!!!

    hotvernon@sympatico.ca

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  5. Vicky -
    It seems like I've been waiting forever for How to Seduce a Scoundrel and I'm thrilled that it's now avilable.

    I loved your 20 Reasons to Love Regency Romance but my favorite was #2 - "Even though the hero is a rake, he has a core sense of honor". I reason I love your books are not only the characters and story but also because your humor shows throughout the story as well!

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  6. Hear hear! You had me at #1 :) Seriously, I've been not-so-secretly drooling over Hawk ever since he hit the page in HTMAD, so I am dying to read this book!

    kimberly (dot) kincaid1 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  7. That list just got better & better! I was going to pick a favorite, but they need to be kept all together to make a great package.

    sallans d at yahoo dot com

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  8. I love Vicky and wondered if you could add a link so we can have it shown on our Facebook page to let others know about the blog?

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  9. That's a great list that I have to agree with.
    mce1011 AT aol DOT com

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  10. I enjoyed reading the reasons :-) I'm looking forward to reading this book!

    justforswag(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  11. How to Seduce sounds great -- can't wait to read it. The Regency era is my favorite historical romance time period.
    dlynnpauley AT yahoo DOT com

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  12. Love all of what you posted and I myself love when the hero becomes protective and says, "Your mine", becomes protective. Then he's truly hooked!

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  13. Diane P. DiamondJuly 8, 2011 at 6:46 PM

    Hi Vicky and Rita,

    I'm visiting all the blogs that is offering a giveaway for Vicky's new book "How to Seduce A Scoundrel".

    I really enjoyed reading the twenty reasons to love Regency Historical Romance. # 3 also appeals to me a lot, who wouldn't love a man wearing those tight, tight breeches and wearing shiny black Hessians? YUM....

    I adore Historical Romance books with a passion. I love to be swept away into another era where people lived, loved and found their way to each other. I don't mind if they start out as not liking each other much as I think it adds to the story.

    Congratulations on your new release Vicky, and thank you for another great opportunity.

    dpd333 AT aol dot com

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  14. I love your list about why to love regency romance. The humor, the perfect hero, the perfect lover...Darn,now I want to go read a regency! Thanks for the giveaway.
    jepebATverizonDOTnet

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  15. Love the twenty reasons and agree with them all. <3

    ashley.mckinsey(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  16. Love the reasons! #6 would have to be my favorite though. Thank you for the giveaway!!

    dani3222001(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. I loved your list so much that if I don't win the contest I will definitely HAVE to get the book. The Regency era has always been such a romantic era. Dame Cartland always swept me away. I miss her - wonderful lady.

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  18. Congratulations on your new release Vicky, and thank you for the giveaway!

    debr97 at yahoo dot com

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  19. #20 is important. A romance always has a HEA.
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  20. Reason #1 made me grin. Gotta love the pretty dresses!

    julieguan AT gmail DOT com

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  21. Put your books on a list to find--one of our local bookstores closed so I have to really look now, but I will. I ran a bookstore for almost ten years and would take home bags of Regency "strips" and devour them, so they are my favorite, though I write contemporary. Congrats on your release and thanks for the giveaway! juleejadams@gmail.com

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  22. I really enjoy Regency romances, and this one sounds great.
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