Tuesday, January 7, 2014

{Late post} Christmas Countdown--3 days to go!

Countdown Christmas is an event at A Bookalicious Story to celebrate the coming of Christmas in 2 weeks time. There'll be fun interviews, Christmassy excerpts and giveaways just brimming with bookish-goodness ranging from YA Fantasies to New Adult Contemporary Romances to Adult Historical Romances. I hope y'all will join in this celebration! The more the merrier, aye? ;)

Ok, this is more than late, but hey, we can continue the festive mood by celebrating more right? So, today's guest is an adult Historical Romance novelist (among other genres), cause y'know you can't celebrate Christmas without a little old world sexiness, right? :P

Pemberley Mistletoe: A Pride and Prejudice Christmas

Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy had enjoyed a fortnight of being totally irresponsible with regards to anything other than matters of the heart, but the honeymoon is over, and Christmas is sneaking up on them. With the assistant of Mrs. Reynolds, Elizabeth decorates the manor and plans for an intimate holiday party of six, but little does she know how upside down those plans will turn when the party ends up with an additional thirteen uninvited guests.

Will Elizabeth Darcy be able to blend the Darcy and Bennet traditions into a holiday that both she and Fitzwilliam can enjoy, and can she do it while so many women are in attendance waiting for her to mess up?

Pemberley Mistletoe is a story for readers of all ages.

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Felicity in Marriage
An Erotic Pride and Prejudice Continuation #1

Moments after the parson pronounces Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy man and wife they kiss. That kiss may have been a chaste kiss in front of the parson, their families, and God, but what takes place the rest of the day, well that's between just the two of them.

Felicity in Marriage takes readers on an erotic and passion filled twenty-four hours with our newlyweds. Starting in the carriage on their ride back to Netherfield Park for the wedding brunch, and not ending until they make love in the master suite at London House.

Ayr Bray promises her readers an intense passion and love between her characters, and sex, lots of erotic sex!

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Conjugal Obligation
An Erotic Pride and Prejudice Continuation #2

Conjugal Obligation picks up where Felicity in Marriage left off. This book can be read independently or enjoyed as a sequel to Felicity in Marriage.

Twenty-four hours have passed since our newlyweds married and experienced their first night of conjugal felicity. Now it is time that they leave London for Pemberley.

Conjugal Obligation takes readers on an erotic and passion filled three days as our newlyweds travel from the Darcy’s London residence to Pemberley. The trip is not all romantic interludes though when twenty miles into their journey they are waylaid when they come across a disabled carriage and a woman being brutally taken advantage of.

Mr. Darcy must display courage and strength to save, not only the woman, but Elizabeth as the ruffians pull her from the carriage.

In Conjugal Obligation Ayr Bray promises her readers not only the intense passion and love between her characters, but also introduces another of literature’s couples that have a relationship that is a stark opposite. Ayr shows us a marriage of mind, body, and soul and then another where sexual relations are nothing more than a wife submitting to the carnal lusts and desires of her cruel husband.

Conjugal Obligations will take your breath away.

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About the Author

Ayr Bray is a romance novelist who specializes in writing historical regency romance and contemporary romance novels. She was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Ayr loves to lay on the fly deck with her laptop writing from exotic locations. Then she and her husband sail off into the sunset to their next destination where her next book comes to life.

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Guest Post by Ayr Bray
Christmas Drama versus Christmas Joy Christmas may be a time of joy, but it is all too often a time of family drama. It is amazing to me how a time of such joy can bring out the best and worst in those closest to us. I think one of the main reasons this happens is that all too frequently the end of one year and the beginning of the next drives so many to behave differently. The holiday season is one of the most stressful times of the year and then to make drastic life changes at the same time is bound to cause unnecessary anxiety. Added to all of the holiday stress is family. I believe the word family is synonymous with drama, at least in my mind. I would wager that there are quite a few readers out there that would agree with that assessment. All too often one must exercise their ability to forgive and forget. With family that is often very hard to do. Think about it, we are often kinder to strangers than we are to our own loved ones, but it is our loved ones that generally forgive and forget our little quirks. One thing I try to remember is that I may not agree or like everything that someone in my family is doing, but likewise, there are people in my family who do not agree with my decisions. Pemberley Mistletoe is a sweet story that brings the drama of family and holidays into clear focus. It includes all the follies you would expect of the Bennett and Fitzwilliam families when joined together and of course Lady Catherine. Darcy gives Lizzy the strength she needs to overcome all the challenges she is handed, and they enjoy the holidays together. Readers will enjoy watching Darcy and Elizabeth work together and grow closer as they face the challenge of uninvited guests.

Ayr is so generously giving away FIVE (5) ecopies of Pemberley Mistletoe: A Pride and Prejudice Christmas to five (5) readers. Giveaway is international and will end 2 weeks from now on Jan 21, 2014. Good luck!

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  1. I love all of Jane Austen's works. Mr Darcy is a favorite.

  2. I read Pemberley Mistletoe at Christmas and loved it.

    1. To answer the blog comment question, I am a fan of both Jane Austen and Mr. Darcy.

  3. I've only read Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen but still I consider myself a huge fan of hers. And how could you not like Mr. Darcy!


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