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Natasha Blackthorne
January 2nd, 2012, 05:27 PM
I am at the The Romance Stuido's New Years Party today. Please come and join me.

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Giveaway: Three randomly chosen commenters from all my posts at this TRS New Year's Party will recieve their choice of either of my novellas Waltz of Seduction or Grey's Lady. You must be 18 years of age or older and have reached the age of majority in your country/state of residence to enter. This giveaway is void where prohibited by law. If your name is chosen, you will have 72 hours to get in touch with me or I will draw another name. Good Luck!

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Excerpt: Want to Read How Beth and Grey Got Started? Read the First Chapter of Grey’s Lady:

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The Carte Blanche Series

Powerful gentlemen and their seductive mistresses.

Unconventional relationships with fairy tale endings playing out against the dramatic settings of New York City and Philadelphia in the early years of the Republic.