Thursday, February 8, 2007

MADE FOR SIN is now available


Out now.... MADE FOR SIN by Celia May Hart
Kensington Aphrodisia
ISBN: 0-7582-1465-0

Two very different sisters with one thing in common--the good fortune to find men who'll show them how heavenly sin can be...

Lucy Waverton's wild escapades are the talk of the ton. Fleeing the notorious Earl of Radbourne's carriage after a delicious seduction, she meets a soldier whose hard body and rebellious streak stir her newly awakened desires. Sergeant Michael Hall may be low born, but his every caress takes Lucy higher and higher, into a realm of pure carnal ecstasy...

Searching the country for her reckless younger sister, Caroline Waverton instead finds herself in the company of the rogue who reputedly ruined Lucy. Alex Radbourne is decadent, depraved, and devilishly skilled at uncovering Caroline's secret, forbidden desires. The refined Miss Caroline has a thoroughly wanton side, and though each knows the affair is wrong, nothing could feel more right than surrendering to sinfully erotic abandon...

Okay, so now that you’ve read through this, ask Celia May Hart a question by replying to this post and continue her infamous self-interview. One random person (who actually asks a question) will get a set of autographed Celia May Hart bookcovers sent to them.

3 comments:

Cherie said...

Where did you get the idea to write this plot? It is so refreshingly different. I am intrigued. I am always amazed with how authors get an idea for a particular story. Sometimes it is something they read or something they observed. It's amazing the different areas where people find inspiration.

Cherie J

Celia May Hart said...

Tough question!

Ack, I don't even know where to begin...

Um, well, I had written SHOW ME, which is a "bad girl" book, that is, the heroine isn't even close to being pure as the driven snow (and I don't know why every historical girl has to be -- it's like people can't stand the thought of their great-grandparents having sex or something, or, heaven forbid, do it out of wedlock. And let me tell you, one look at my grandmother's birth certificate and I can tell you she was conceived out of wedlock), and wanted to do another bad girl ... and Lucy's even worse than Portia when it comes to that. I wanted her to be found by somebody honest, and that's where the sergeant comes in, although my initial idea was that he'd be a rascal as well, but he refused to turn out that way.

And then you just sit down and figure out well, why did this guy kidnap her, and what would make him abscond with her and, well, it was a whole series of "what-ifs".

Little Lamb Lost said...

Frankly, I prefer that the heroine is a bad girl. There is just so much more possibility with that.