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 assistant@ericaridley.com 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!

10 comments

  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.

Leave a Reply to Sara Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Erica Ridley
%d bloggers like this: