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Win One Night in Rome

Win One Night in Rome

Hot-hot-hot! Click on image to buy.

Hot-hot-hot! Click on image to buy.

by C. Margery Kempe

Okay before you get too excited, I should clarify that I can only afford to offer you a copy of my novella One Night in Rome, not an actual night in the eternal city. Hey, I would if I could but my publisher says I haven’t earned it yet.

You can help me earn it by buying more of my books ;-)

In the mean time, let me give away a copy of the…

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Carry Me: One Night In Seoul

Carry Me: One Night In Seoul

By Madeline Iva

If he's not gorgeous and crying, it's not Korean drama.

If he’s not gorgeous and crying, it’s not Korean drama.

Beautiful men who cry perfect tears. People who cut up their food with scissors. A society with seven forms of address—including one for animals. No, I’m not talking about a sci-fi world– I’m talking about Korea.

How is it possible that I’ve never posted about Korean Drama before? I love it—At times I’ve been obsessed by it.…

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Getting Naked And Eating Pizza - One Night in Marseille

Getting Naked And Eating Pizza – One Night in Marseille

Marseille streetBy Elizabeth Shore

This week at Lady Smut we’re celebrating our fellow blogger C. Margery Kempe’s new release One Night in Rome by each of us picking a different city where we’d love to spend a night. I considered a couple different options of cities I know well – including Helsinki, San Diego, and Madison, Wisconsin. But then a friend suggested Marseille and he was absolutely right. Why…

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One Night in Brooklyn

One Night in Brooklyn

By Liz Everly

This week we are celebrating C.M. Kempe’s release of ONE NIGHT IN ROME by writing about our fantasy-adventures in cities.

You know you want to click me. Just do it. Do it right now.

Here is my story which, of course, starts off with food. Grin.

I wrapped my mouth around the most exquisite pizza I’ve ever eaten. Not just New York pizza, but Brooklyn pizza, the best of the best, a perfect melding freshest ingredients— cheese, spices, sauce…

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(via One Night in New Orleans)
One Night in New Orleans

One Night in New Orleans


by Kiersten Hallie Krum

This week at Lady Smut, we’re celebrating blogger C. Margery Kempe’s new release One Night in Romeby picking a different city each day where we’d love to spend one night…and what we do there. At first, I thought for sure if I had one night to spend anywhere in the world, I’d spend it in a European venue, Paris or Prague, Capri or London. but the more I thought about it,…

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One Night in Vegas: A Little Pool Party

One Night in Vegas: A Little Pool Party


Now that the chips are down, let’s see about those pants.

By Alexa Day

Get ready to do some traveling this week. We’re celebrating C. Margery Kempe’s new release, ONE NIGHT IN ROME, with a series of posts, each celebrating a single night in a different destination. I’m delighted to kick things off with a single night in one of my very favorite places: Las Vegas.

Spending just one night in Vegas…

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Out Tuesday: One Night in Rome

Out Tuesday: One Night in Rome

One Night in Rome by C Margery Kempe - 500by C. Margery Kempe

I’m off in Yorkshire for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, but I wanted to let you know that One Night in Rome will be out on Tuesday. As it’s part of Tirgearr’s City Nights series, my LADY SMUT colleagues will be musing on their favourite sexy cities next week, so you don’t want to miss that.

My novella is dedicated to my friends Alessandra and John(who are…

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We don’t need the prince to slay the dragon, we’re just as capable as any man. We are the heroes of the adventure, and we can write the story on our own. (inspired by)

Pleasuring The Fair: Q&A with Historical Romance Author Sue London

Pleasuring The Fair: Q&A with Historical Romance Author Sue London

Scandalousby Madeline Iva

At a masque ball, a mysterious foreigner’s kiss ignites Elisa in ways that nothing else has, but he refuses her pleas to elope. Has she lost her heart to a man who doesn’t exist?

SUE LONDON: Thanks so much for having me on Lady Smut! My latest release is a novella called LORD LUCIFER’S DISCIPLE, which is included in the Scandalous Summer Nights collection. (Currently sale for .99…

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Suffering In Silence - The Hell Of Unrequited Love

Suffering In Silence – The Hell Of Unrequited Love

Lonely man looking out windowBy Elizabeth Shore

There’s a curious thing about unrequited love that I’ve never really understood. Why in the world is it considered so romantic? Untold poems and novels have been written about it, countless movies have made us shed sympathetic tears. But if you think about it, the admirer, the one whose heart is filled with love for another who doesn’t feel the same, is in a f**k ton of pain.…

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Follow Your Fantasy—In More Than One Way

Follow Your Fantasy—In More Than One Way


Click on the cover to purchase from Amazon.

By Liz Everly

Nicola Jane and I connected on Twitter. She asked if I’d like to read her book and I said SURE! What a pleasant, interesting surprise for me. Not only was it well-written, but it was great fun to play with. “Follow Your Fantasy”  (Harper Impulse) is an interactive erotic book that leads the reader along by giving them several choices at…

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Fanning the Flames With Victoria Dahl…and Her Books

Fanning the Flames With Victoria Dahl…and Her Books

by Kiersten Hallie Krum

I was going to write a right proper review of Victoria Dahl’s new novella Fanning the Flames, the prequel to her upcoming Girl’s Night Out (GNO) trilogy, something more than OH MAH GAWD, IT’S SO GOOD. GO FORTH AND READ IT RIGHT NOW.

But that just wouldn’t be my style.

Then, after re-reading it (again) because it’s fantastic, and musing over the conversations I’ve had…

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Paved with Intentions: Jillian Keep’s Magic Academy

Paved with Intentions: Jillian Keep’s Magic Academy

By Alexa Day

Since the days of Adam and Eve (or Adam and Lilith, depending on who’s asking), the demon has, perhaps in spite of itself, served an important sexual purpose. He has made desire safe.

He has a fearsome reputation, the demon. He knows all about us mortals and reaches into our thoughts to ferret out The Monkall the nooks and crannies where we hide the lustful little secrets we’re not really…

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