Author Lauren Smith and one of her lovely characters from WICKED SEDUCTION are guests at Booktalk with Eileen

This was the first book I had read by Lauren Smith. I really enjoyed it and highly recommend the read. If I had unlimited time I could have finished it in short order,however since I work and require some form of rest I couldn’t read it nonstop as I would have liked to. The characters are wonderfully thought out and made me wish I had read Wicked Designs first. I recommend doing just that as it will help with the flow of this book. I love a good Christmas romance from any time period, but Historicals are my favorite, so this truely fit the bill. I received a free ARC so that I could read it and leave an unbiased review.
I am currently reading Wicked Designs and hope to finish it soon.

Booktalk with Eileen: Journaling a Journey -- Learning the Art of Crafting a Novel

Author PhotoFashion is one of the best parts of Regency England research. When I was writing His Wicked Seduction, the second book in my League of Rogues series, one of my characters, Audrey Sheridan, insisted she get to speak to you readers on all matters of what’s hot and what’s not. So without further ado… take it away, Audrey!

Audrey grins and waves. “Good morning! As Lauren mentioned, I am quite the expert in fashion. I spend a good portion of my morning pouring over the latest fashion plates to see what styles are coming to London from Paris. Now I know what you’re thinking. France and England are always at war politically. It’s no different when it comes to fashion.”

She leans forward conspiratorially to whisper. “Honestly, they are far more scandalous in their tastes than the English. Like their undergarments – much thinner, finer. I’ve heard that you can…

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