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Guest Post: Emmanuelle de Maupassant

Emmanuelle de Maupassant is one seriously talented writer.

In addition to her creative, dark, and sexy retelling of Eastern European fairy tales, Cautionary Tales (which I reviewed here), she’s got a modern romantic comedy (Baby Love), a very sexy Viking story (Viking Thunder), and a Victorian erotic novel (The Gentlemen’s Club).

Now, to top it all off, she’s written a fabulous 1920s romance romp, Highland Pursuits.

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How does she manage to hop between genres, moods, and time periods with such grace and confidence?

I have no idea.

But I love it!


To celebrate the release of Highland Pursuits, the generous Ms. de Maupassant is offering a free, signed paperback. You can enter the giveaway here.

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What readers are saying

“I can’t tell you how much I love this book. It was a true delight to read. The author has captured 1920s Britain wonderfully, and her detail is exquisite.” – Rachel De Vine

“As a comedy of manners, this is exceptionally well done.” – Fionna Guillaume 

“Highland Pursuits is a wry, clever, incredibly sexy romp… a completely engrossing, utterly enjoyable read. I can’t recommend it highly enough…fabulously fun.” – Malin James

“The scene was set beautifully… I felt like I went back in time to high society Scotland.” – Christine of Sweet and Spicy Reads

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Did I Mention it’s FREE?

You can pick up your own copy of Highland Pursuits, right now, for FREE on Amazon!

And you can connect with Ms. de Maupassant on social media as well…

Social Media Links

Explore Emmanuelle’s website here

Find her on Twitter here

Join her reader group on Facebook, for exclusive giveaways and advance reader copies, as well as a bit of gossip!  here

Or sign up for Emmanuelle’s newsletter here 

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