As you may or may not know…
When I wrote this book is was a rather unique story for me. I’m the kind of author that tends to have a lot of action in my books and external struggle. To Seduce an Earl was the first book I wrote that focused more on emotion, or the internal. Yes, the book is rather unique in that its about male prostitutes in Victorian England, but I wanted to make sure it had some emotional realism to it. I was greatly relieved when I got this review from The Season:
“Brighton perfectly captures the detachment sex workers develop to cope with their lives (yes, my day job as a social worker recognized this right away).” — The Season
That wasn’t the only great review. I was lucky enough to get a review from the highly esteemed Library Journal as well:
“An original story line, well-developed characters, and a plot-full of …sexual intrigue…Fans of Johanna Lindsey will enjoy this work”– Library Journal.
As Johanna Lindsey has always been a favorite, I was thrilled with this review!
There will be two more books in the series, the second coming out sometime in the spring. For now I’m giving away 3 signed copies of the paperback! Just leave a comment. And if you’d like another chance to win, I’m giving away 3 more copies over at Magical Musings!