Happy Release Day! Author Sharon Cullen interviews Samantha Kane about her new book DEVIL IN MY ARMS – enjoy! I was thrilled to be able to interview Samantha Kane, especially after I read DEVIL IN MY ARMS. This was a very fun book and I loved the hero, Hil. And I always like a heroine who is stronger than everyone gives her credit for. Just a little bit about the book:
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Reviewed by Clare O’Beara In 1818 Roger Templeton is required to save a lady from amorous advances in a garden during a party. The lady thinks he might make a better suitor, but when he realises who she is he’s against the idea. This is Harriet Stanley, who used to be a mischievous, idolising little girl when they played together years ago. She was married off to a wealthy old man and never entered Society, and now her husband’s dead, she’s considering remarriage, or an affair.
The Saint’s Devils are a group of rakes that have been friends since their school days. Their unofficial leader is Sir Hilary St John, a brilliant, hedonistic Sherlock Holmes character who helps his friends solve mysteries surrounding their heroine in each book…
Another great book the this series! Tempting a Devil was a wonderful historical romance. It was perfect, brilliant, fantastic! Loved it! Samantha Kane had a gift creating unique historical romances. This book definitely didn’t lack in originality. A desperate widow trying to ruin herself with a rake that just discovered his morals in order to avoid the man who wants to trap her in a marriage (and there’s a whole other story going on there). This story took me on a wild ride and I enjoyed every minute of it.
In Samantha Kane’s erotic tale of secrets and temptation, a woman whose only defense is seduction targets a rake who teaches her the true meaning of love. As wealthy and beautiful as she is desperate, Harriet Mercer can have any man she wants—which makes picking the worst of the lot quite easy.
In Samantha Kane’s erotic tale of secrets and temptation, a woman whose only defense is seduction targets a rake who teaches her the true meaning of love.
Sara says: The Devil’s Thief by Samantha Kane is an highly amusing, delightfully fanciful, erotically charged, regency romp, that will leave you breathless and longing to read the second installment in the Saint’s Devil’s series. Following in her father’s footsteps, Julianna Harte, desperate for money for her foundling house, sneaks in to her neighbor’s house at night to steal a rare pearl. She is TDT met by an angry, naked man holding a gun on her. She is not prepared to be confronted by Alasdair Sharpe, nor is she prepared for the instant attraction that she feels towards him. Alasdair while angry finds it amusing that this unknown woman has snuck in to his bedroom. He also finds that he is quite taken with the lady. He agrees that in exchange for a night of … Continued
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“Hello, my name is Mr. Alasdair Sharp. I have the dubious honor of being the hero in Samantha Kane’s newest historical romance, The Devil’s Thief. It’s an amusing tale about a dastardly thief who stole my family’s famous heirloom, The Stewart Pearl. A perfect pearl, by the way, the largest ever farmed from the River Tay in Scotland, and once the property of my infamous ancestor, Bonnie Prince Charlie.” “Alasdair, who are you talking to?” Julianna peered to the right and then the left. “There’s no one here but you and I.”
Happy Halloween everyone — hoping all on the east coast are safe and sound post Sandy – a memorable Halloween for many of us. On Monday night Sandy blew through our yard. She was limited to high winds here—not enough rain to mention, no power outages—so we were lucky. But we lost our ghost. He was the Casper sort, not the creepy kind that scares the pants off my kids when we go to the Halloween store. A big windsock a couple of feet long, he’s been hanging on our porch every Halloween season for years. And I forgot about him. Left him hanging there while Sandy blew him madly about until he broke off the hook and flew away to scare some unsuspecting neighbor with his goofy smile and pink cheeks as he flew … Continued
I was so excited when I was asked to interview my friend Katharine Ashe here at Romance at Random! I adore Katharine and her delightful Regency romance adventures. She has a wonderful new book coming out just in time for Halloween called Captive Bride. A handsome hero, an innocent miss and a dark, sexy, tortured ghost—who could ask for more from a gothic romance? Let the interview begin! 1. Why Regency historical romance? What drew you to this time period?
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Great title from Samantha Kane! & a fun post too – sometimes you just have to make things happen, JUST DO IT! Read on . . . . This seems to be the season for change, as graduates head out on their way, another school year rolls to a close, and summer is upon us. The year is half over. I always find myself reflecting at this stage of the game: how am I doing? Am I going to reach my goals for this year? Do I need to step up the pace? Try harder, work more, worry more? But this year’s reflection went more like this: Am I doing too much? Should I readjust my goals? Have I spent enough time with my kids? Maybe it’s my age, or maybe it’s the events of … Continued