Win One Night in Rome

25 Jul
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 ebook to someone lucky. Here’s the skinny on the story which I should add, is scorching hot so not for the faint of heart or genteel:

After a lifetime of wishing, at last Celia’s in Rome! But exploring the timeless art and ancient monuments on her own wasn’t part of the plan. Will the magic of the Eternal City provide some romance before her holiday ends?

Heart of Fiction says:

One Night in Rome scores high on many levels. In classic Kempe style, C. Margery pulls the reader in from page one with a scene which sets the stage for the remainder of the story. We meet Celia right away and quickly become endeared to her character. Once in Rome, the city comes alive through Celia’s eyes, and we can’t help but fall for Lorenzo right along with Celia. One Night in Rome is not just another fabulous Kempe erotic romance, it’s also another wonderful addition to the City Night Series from Tirgearr Publishing.

Check out all the City Nights series, including Lucy Felthouse’s One Night in Paris and Troy Lambert’s One Night in Boise.

To win tell me what you would do if you won a magical night in the city of your choice. Which city would it be?

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3 Responses to “Win One Night in Rome”

  1. C. Margery Kempe July 28, 2014 at 7:50 am #

    Reblogged this on C. Margery Kempe and commented:

    It’s not too late —


  2. Kemberlee July 25, 2014 at 4:48 am #

    Funnily enough, the place where I grew up is incorporated as a city…population almost nothing (about 3700 ppl today, but when I was there is was about 1900). It has no recognizable landmarks within town proper/city limits. It’s basically a small community built into the forest overlooking the Pacific which is less than a square mile in diameter. Still, a great place for bonking! Just ask Clint Eastwood and Donna Mills who got it on at the beach in Play Misty For Me (filmed there) 😉


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