Ongoing Giveaways!

Becoming Lady Lockwood by Jennifer Moore - Win $50 Amazon/Paypal cash, ends August 8
Tempted by His Touch historical anthology - Win an iPad Mini with surprise bonus books, ends in October
Mastering the Marquess by Lavinia Kent - A $25 egiftcard to Your ebook retailer of choice and a Loveswept mug.
I Adored a Lord by Katharine Ashe - Win 3 digital copies of I Married the Duke, ends August 26
Love and Let Spy by Shana Galen - Win a paperback copy of the book, ends August 12

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Never Entice an Earl by Lily Dalton Launch Week Blitz


Buried Under Romance is pleased to celebrate the launch of Lily Dalton's novel, Never Entice an Earl!

GIVEAWAY Details:
  • 1 print copy of Never Entice an Earl (US Only) Enter via the Rafflecopter below~
NEVER ENTICE AN EARL (book II in the One Scandalous Season series)
A Deception Most Reckless
Lady Daphne Bevington would do anything for her maid Kate-including masquerading as Kate and sneaking around the wrong side of London to settle the poor girl's debt. Yet her innocent ruse takes a scandalous turn when "Kate" runs into a handsome gentleman on a secret quest of his own. A moment of passion could cost Daphne her reputation, but how can she ignore the stranger's searing kiss?

An Arrangement Most Wicked
Lord Cormack Northmore is determined to find the immoral peer who ruined his sister. So when he learns that the irresistible woman he knows as "Kate" is the Season's most sought-after debutante, Cormack plans to use her connections to help him set a trap. Now, the closer Cormack gets to uncovering the villain who haunts the ton's ballrooms, the more he realizes that the lovely lady is in danger herself. Will he abandon his quest for revenge-or risk losing his one chance at love?


Buy Links:
Barnes & Noble – http://tiny.cc/0auoex
IndieBound – http://tiny.cc/rbuoex

a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. O' Lily, I can not wait to read your novel! After I read the synopsis, I took a nap and dreamed of all the possible ways my imagination could think of as Daphne sneaks around the wrong side of London.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Absolutely. Thanks for the excerpt and giveaway. The plot sounds interesting.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Why yes I do, how did you know?

    ReplyDelete
  4. Of Course! Loved the excerpt! I can hardly wait to get a copy!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Absolutely!!! Thanks for the fun post! Thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Yes, that's what makes the book fun

    ReplyDelete
  7. Of course! I mean, who doesn't? They are what draw me to Hist Rom to begin with. I couldn't live without them ;)

    ReplyDelete
  8. Scandalous earls and naughty debutantes makes reading historical romances fun.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Absolutely I love scandalous earls and naughty debutantes! What's not to love about them?! Historical romances have long been my fave genre for feeding my reading habit...and it has not abated one whit. They make me laugh, they make me swoon, they relax me, they put me in a positive mood, and I definitely sleep better at night. :-) Thanks for asking and thanks for this delightful post! jdh2690@gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  10. I adore scandalous earls and naughty debutantes! I haven't had the pleasure of reading any of your books yet, Lily, but I loved the excerpt of NEVER ENTICE AN EARL, and it sounds like a must read.

    kscathy at yahoo dot com.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Rules were so rigid for women. Men were given more allowances. I love all titled scoundrels and always enjoy free-spirited, naughty, intelligent debutantes!

    I'd love to meet Daphne and Cormack as they try to bend the rules!

    Bring them on! I'll read them all.

    ReplyDelete
  12. I love a variety of reading but yes - scandals and naughtiness always make for a good read.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Certainly...is there any other kind? Can't wait to get my hands on this book.

    ReplyDelete
  14. not sure if this will post - do not have nay of these accounts. the except for the book sounds great - I've not had the opporunity to read one of Lily's books before. A good historical is fun to read.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    ReplyDelete
  15. I absolutely love scandalous Earls, and naughty debutantes. I enjoyed the snippets above, and would love to read this.

    ReplyDelete
  16. Who doesn't love scandalous Earls and naughty debutantes? They are what make historical romance reads so much fun!

    ReplyDelete
  17. Goodness me, I do love scandalous earls and naughty debs. (And how could I not feel connected to Lady Daphne when she is masquerading as another "Kate"?) This book sounds like a rollicking good read and I'd love to give it a whirl!

    ReplyDelete

AddThis

 
Imagination Designs
Blog design by Imagination Designs
All images from the Turning Leaf Apothecary kit by Lorie Davison