The Viscount’s Anniversary Giveaway!

Three years ago this week, The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation published, launching the Dukes of War regency romance series. That’s right: It’s Lady Amelia and Lord Sheffield’s anniversary!

Let’s celebrate with a marvelous giveaway:

Win the entire autographed collection!

You get: The full set of seven signed paperbacks. Absolutely splendid! 😍

Want to win?
Just leave a review for The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation anywhere you like, then send the link or screenshot to with subject line “Christmas Giveaway” and you’re entered to win!

No purchase necessary. In fact, the ebook is available for FREE at any of these locations:
Apple iBooks | Amazon Kindle | Barnes & Noble Nook | Kobo | Google Play

Don’t prefer ebooks? You’re in luck! The Dukes of War are also available in paperback and audiobook format:
Audible | Apple / iTunes | Amazon WhisperSync

Fine print: Giveaway open internationally. Winner receives all 7 autographed paperbacks. Review must be for The Viscount’s Christmas Temptation. Void where prohibited. Every review counts, regardless of star rating. Anyone can win!


  1. peggy clayton - Reply

    I haven’t read in print but sounds so good love Christmas books

  2. Amber Koch - Reply

    Oh wow trying to find where to comment i got your newsletter in email today the link wouldn’t click to check box on profile lol… anyways hoping I get in thanks for the giveaway opportunity !!

  3. Robin in NC - Reply

    I haven’t read THE VISCOUNT’S CHRISTMAS TEMPTATION but just wanted to say how beautiful your covers are! Especially when you’ve got them all pictured together..

  4. Carol Luciano - Reply

    Always love Christmas stories. I agree that your covers are all beautiful.

  5. Sara - Reply

    Love your books!!!

    Covers are awesomely done, too.

    The recency era sounds a bit better to me than the medieval.

  6. Nancy P - Reply

    Favorite quote: “A husband was an invigorating, infuriating, intoxicating whirlwind of wit and passion and adventure.”

    This, for the most part, is still how I feel about my hubby, aren’t I the lucky one. But it also describes Ms Ridleys writings which are always filled with wit and you get pulled into that world.

    I read this a long time ago, but it was so fun to revisit Ameilia and her “magnificence” [I could never be that dedicated to order] and the delicious Viscount Sheffield.

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