Guest Author & Giveaway: Lila DiPasqua featuring The Princess in His Bed

Friday, November 19

J'aime les histoires d'amour, des contes de fées en particulier sur l'amour ... encore plus quand les mots d'amour sont en françaisNo you didn't happen upon the wrong blog.  I was playing around with the Google translator and decided to translate my opening sentence to French... ya know, just for fun :)  Since I don't speak(or write) French (but it is on my bucket list of things I would love to learn) I don't know how accurate it is, but this is what it is supposed to say, "I love stories about love, especially fairy tales about love...even more so when  the words of love are in French :) "

My guest today feeds my need for love, fairy tales coming true (at least in fiction), and the terms of endearment in the French language that I love so much.  Lila DiPasqua is here today to share her thoughts on how to seduce your own Prince Charming, courtesy of some helpful suggestions from her seductive heroines, and to share her newest collection of novellas in her Fiery Tales series, The Princess in His Bed.  Read and enjoy!

How to seduce your own Prince Charming

Like most, I grew up reading fairy tales. They were the first romances I ever read!

My Fiery Tales series (Berkley Sensation) is about…well, you guessed it….fairy tales.  Retellings of three classic fairy tales in each book, to be exact. Yes, you get three sinfully seductive rakes inside each novel—–both in AWAKENED BY A KISS (out now) and my newest release, THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED!

These books are sexy.  These books are fun.  And these books are tantalizing, with a healthy dose seduction. *winks*

Now as a young girl, I dreamed of finding my own Prince Charming.  And I did! My heroines, you see, are no different.  They managed to capture the hearts of their very own Prince Charmings, and live happily ever after.

Oh what fun it is to see these three seasoned, carnally talented rakes fall head-over-heels in love!

So how did these ladies land these gorgeous men?  Being the caring and considerate heroines they are, they have asked me to compile a list of dos and don’ts for other ladies out there looking to land their own Prince Charming.

   1. Don’t be too quick to judge a rake.  

You should give a rake chance—and perhaps a good ogling—especially when he’s standing before you in nothing but a bath linen, all muscle and sinew, declaring that he’s been infatuated with you for a long time. Aimee thought Adam was nothing more than a libertine.  She was wrong. (The Marquis’ New Clothes from THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED)

   2. Do feel him up, like you’re petting a horse.

This will keep your rake unbalanced and unsure as to why he’s at the receiving end of the peculiar touching.  It’s sure to spike his interest and leave a lasting impression—not to mention lead to more touching of the carnal variety from said rake . . .ahem.  (Aimee in The Marquis’ New Clothes from THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED)

   3. Do write bold letters to your intended Prince Charming asking him to explain sex, orgasm and seduction. 

It will leave him burning and keen. He’ll be thinking about you well after he’s written reply. If fact, he just won’t be able to get you out of his mind. (Emilie from The Lovely Ducking in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED).

   4. Do bring along an erotic volume full of drawings depicting your wish list of sexual positions you would like to partake in and show them to your rake.  

This has a double benefit.  Not only will it drive him wild.  But it will offer him a guideline.  And, ladies, we all know how much men (historical or otherwise) appreciate a playbook. *smiles*(Emilie from The Lovely Ducking in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED)

   5. Do demonstrate your gratitude when your rake has the upper hand and doesn’t use coercion to force you to be his mistress. 

You know he could have easily demanded sex in return for the diamonds, but he didn’t! Damn him! WARNING: This will make you see him in a whole different light, and make you want him more.  And the results are sublime . . . (Princess Gabrielle, from The Princess and the Diamonds in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED).

   6. Do believe that love can change a rake.

A man torn between duty and love can do the right thing.  (Anne in Little Red Writing from AWAKENED BY A KISS)

   7. Do wear your lucky boots!

Or anything else that brings you good fortune when you’re on a mission to seduce the most wickedly handsome—and utterly stubborn—man in the realm. (Elisabeth in Bewitching in Boots from AWAKENED BY A KISS).

   8. Do kiss your sleeping beauty (Sleeping Beau) awake.

He’ll never forget that luscious kiss, your night of raw ecstasy, or you!  You’ll be amazed at the intense connection two people can make in what was supposed to be nothing more than an anonymous sexual encounter. (Catherine in Sleeping Beau from AWAKENED BY A KISS).

My ladies in AWAKENED BY A KISS and THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED hope that you will find this list useful in reforming a rake.

Inspired by “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” “The Ugly Duckling, and “The Princess and the Pea,” Lila DiPasqua spins three sexy tales that give new meaning to the term bedtime story…

The Marquis’ New Clothes: To save her cousin, Aimee de Miran must retrieve a jeweled ring from the most sinfully seductive man at court, the Marquis de Nattes. But to search his considerable wardrobe she’ll have to get very close to the notorious rake…and soon she finds herself very close to him indeed, with his clothes—and hers—utterly forgotten…

The Lovely Duckling: Reputed for his carnal skills, Joseph d’Alumbert prefers amorous encounters without emotional entanglement—until a quick-witted lady stirs tender feelings and hot desire. Emilie de Sarron suffered burns to her body as an infant, and keeps her scars—and her heart—well hidden. But Joseph is determined to peel away her inhibitions, one slow steamy kiss at a time, to reveal the beautiful swan inside…

The Princess and the Diamonds: Princess Gabrielle can’t sleep at night. There is something hard in her bed. No, not just the stolen diamonds tucked under her mattress, but the handsome Marquis on it….whose carnal talents she can’t resist. But he threatens her secret mission, and worse, she stands to lose far more than the diamonds---her heart is at stake….

Meet sexy rake Adam de Vey, the Marquis de Nattes from "The Marquis’ New Clothes" in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED excerpt, and read a bonus exclusive excerpt just for Musings readers :)

Three classic fairytales—“Sleeping Beauty,” “Puss in Boots,” and “Little Red Riding Hood”—cleverly retold with enough sensual twists to prove wickedly ever after does exist…

Sleeping Beauty --- Sleeping Beau --- Five years ago, the notorious rake, Adrien d’Aspe, Marquis de Beaulain, was awakened by a sensuous kiss—and experienced a night of raw ecstasy that was branded into his memory. Years later, he spots his mysterious seductress—and this time, he has no intention of letting her go…

Little Red Riding Hood --- Little Red Writing --- Nicolas de Savignac, Comte de Lambelle, has been assigned by the King to uncover the secret identity of the author writing scandalous stories about powerful courtiers. He never expected his investigation would lead to his grandmother's house, or to a ravishing woman who would stir his deepest hunger…

Puss in Boots --- Bewitching in Boots --- Elisabeth de Roussel, daughter of the King, is accustomed to getting what she wants—and she wants Tristan de Tiersonnier, Comte de Saint-Marcel, an ex-commander of the King’s private Guard. A recent injury has forced Tristan to leave his distinguished position, but Elisabeth is determined to make him see he's every bit the man he once was—and more than man enough for her…

Read a juicy excerpt from Awakened by a Kiss

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Congrats Lila on your wickedly sexy Fiery Tales series, and thanks for being my guest!  If you'd like to learn more about Lila and her sensual fairy tales you can find her at her website, her blog, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, her Yahoo Group Newsletter, and last but not least at Goodreads.  I can't wait for the next addition to her fairy tales with A Midnight Dance which comes out next summer (August 2011).

To celebrate the release of Lila DiPasqua's newest addition to her Fiery Tales series, The Princess in His Bed, one lucky Musings commenter will win a signed copy of AWAKENED BY A KISS or THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED---winner’s choice!

Ways to earn entries:
  • Mandatory: Answer this question from Lila: Let’s talk dos and don'ts!  Do you have any dos and don'ts for us romance authors? For example—"Don’t give me lots of description".  "Do have lots of scorching love scenes". "Do give me more tortured hero romances!"  That sort of thing. Please, no naming of actual authors or book titles in your responses!  Let’s just keep this general and fun!!  *smiles* (good for 1 entry)
  • Mandatory: You MUST be a Google Friend Connect (GFC) follower in order to be eligible to win (unfortunately an email subscriber, or subscription in Google reader, and a follower are not the same thing so make sure you are signed up as a follower if you'd like to win this book)
  • If you have a blog, or even if you don't, you can earn extra entries by telling your friends. If they successfully enter to win and mention that you sent them you can each earn extra entries. You can blog about it with a link to this post, post it on Facebook, Twitter, email...or even word of mouth (good for 5 entries for the referrer and the commenter for each friend) . Please note that to earn the points they must mention your GFC name so that I can match you.
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  • You can choose to enter as many different ways that you want, but please place all of your entries in ONE comment 
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Kristen November 19, 2010 at 12:11 AM  

Great interview! I loved reading it!!
Ok so my Do's for a romance author. Yes sexy sultry scenes! and I love having reading about an alpha male who is a little tortured but is a big softy at heart.
I dont like it when authors don't get into the romance quickly. They let it draw out until the very end. I love reading about the love the entire book.

I am an OLD GFC follower.

My Bloody Fairy Tale

Johanna R Jochum November 19, 2010 at 1:54 AM  

Great interview! I have your book Awakend by a Kiss and would love to have The Princess in his Bed. Thanks for sharing today!

Don't write perfect characters
Do write them with flaws (I want to relate to them)
Don't write too seriously
Do write fun and witty stories (I hate a book where I can't laugh)
Don't write the herione to be too bossy, defiant or stubborn (thats just annoying a little goes a long way)
Do keep on writing and giving us wonderful romances!!!! You guys Rock!

GFC follower

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 2:28 AM  

Hi everyone! I'm so happy to be back at Seductive Musings...One of my favorite blogs!!

@Kristen---Thanks so much for your lovely comment about my post! I can't take all the credit. My heroines helped. ;) I like your list!! :)

@Johanna-- Oh, GREAT list!! I hope you enjoy AWAKENED BY A KISS! It's definitely witty, fun with imperfect characters. :) Thank you for the compliment on the post! :)

Carol L. November 19, 2010 at 3:53 AM  

Hi Lila,
I like your list. But in #7 I'd prefer him to wear just the boots. :) Especially Adam.Can't wait to read The Princess In His Bed.Do keep writing those sexy love scenes
Do keep writing the slow and sensuous foreplay where the Rake knows exactly what he's doing even if it takes him forever lol
Do keep me entertained and dreaming of my own Rake through your writing. :)
Carol L.

Carol L. November 19, 2010 at 3:54 AM  

ooops--forgot to mention I'm a GFC follower under Lucky47.
Carol L.

Virginia C November 19, 2010 at 7:18 AM  

Hello, Ladies! Happy Friday & Happy Holidays! "Awakened by a Kiss" is lovely, lush, and lingeringly romantic. So well-written that I will read it again and again : ) I have no doubt that I will be equally enlightened, entranced, and enchanted by "The Princess in His Bed" and "A Midnight Dance". More "Fiery Tales", please : )

Some "please do" & "please don't" thoughts:

I read a wide variety of romantic genres--some are "heart with heat" and others are "heat with heart". I believe in first love and second chances, but I also know that unexpected, overwhelming attraction to your opposite can be just as thrilling. I definitely want the hero to be a natural born protector, even if it takes him awhile to embrace that side of his personality : ) He may be a somewhat grumpy Alpha, but underneath that gruff exterior lies compassion, humor, and a great, loyal heart. However, the hero could be a Beta! A Beta may start slow, and then build momentum. After a time, you may not be able to see any other man in your mind but your Beta. You will note and cherish each little lovely Beta quirk, and those idiosyncrasies will somehow become eroticisms. Your "nutty professor" may just become your "naughty professor", and you will definitely need, may even demand, extra tutoring : ) The heroine should be smart, strong, show some sass, and able to defend herself, and the hero, when needed. No ninnies need apply! Always awesome, sometimes shy, a sensual lady and a sexy mate--a woman is many marvelous things in one caring, loving persona. My favorite romances are those where the hero and heroine learn about themselves as they learn about each other. Love is often found in unexpected hearts : )

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Marcie November 19, 2010 at 9:08 AM  

I'm a GFC follower

My do's and don't: I like detail but not too much detail. For example I when describing a shirt, I don't need to know what every button looks like. I like it when the characters build their relationship in a book. I think it makes the love scenes hotter when you have to work to get there. Foreplay is a must!!!

Great interview!

Tore November 19, 2010 at 9:20 AM  

I am a follower and email subscriber. I don't like when there is way too much details. But I do like a lot of foreplay but I also dont like when authors drag the romance out until the end. I like to see the romance and love scenes throughout the book. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book.

Scorpio M. November 19, 2010 at 9:28 AM  

What a great way to start off the weekend. A "DO" list that makes me smile (and blush) lol. =) Loved it!

Do not be afraid of penning Beta males. I love them very much.

Do continue to let your heroines appease her curiosity. Explore your man to your heart's content, darling...=)

Do not turn your hero into a vampire for popularity's sake. Heroes should be warm-blooded & alive!

Do infuse humor. Falling in love is a happy thing.

Do continue your blog tours for each new book. As a reader & fan, I totally enjoy visiting each stop.

Have a great day!!

GFC Follower.

Bethie November 19, 2010 at 10:04 AM  

Thanks for the giveaway. I follow on GFC.
Please do give us more flawed heroes. I love when they are less than perfect.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

gamistress66 November 19, 2010 at 10:07 AM  

What a wonderful list, I'll have to keep them in mind should I have need in future ;) As for do & don'ts for authors --

Don't make either the h/h complete ninnies who don't communicate about minor stupid misunderstandings but blows them completely out of proportion.

Do keep the characters "honest and real" to themselves -- no sudden out of the blue changes to quickly wrap things up in a nice bow -- but do allow them to grow during the book.

Don't be afraid of humor, action, or adventure in their various forms.

Do keep enjoying writing -- it shows when you do and us readers appreciate the passion & pleasure you put into each word you write.

(am a follower)

Robin K November 19, 2010 at 10:41 AM  

Thank you for sharing the interview. My advice would be not too much sex. Don't get me wrong I love my steamy romance, but not every page. I think it is hard *giggles* to learn the characters if the dialogue is all huffs and puffs.

I am a follower.

robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

Anonymous,  November 19, 2010 at 10:45 AM  

Great post, your ladies give some sound advice which I will try to remember.

So, now some do's and don't's.

Do write some witty banter between the hero and heroine.

Don't give us a stupid heroine.

Do let your hero and heroine have a spat now and again.

Don't let misunderstandings go on for too long. Also secrets.

Do give us some explosive bedroon scenes after some sizzling sexual tension.

Ok, that's it.

Thanks for the fun!!!

am a new follower
in Germany


Alexa November 19, 2010 at 2:15 PM  

Do give us those steamy love scenes.

Do actually have the character fall in love, sometimes it feels as if the whole thing was just about sex.

Which brings me to don't give the story a weak plot with tons and tons of sex scenes.

Thanks for the great giveaway I'm an old follower :)

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 2:38 PM  

@ Carol L. ---LOL!! How about having Adam in just a towel? Take a peek at the exclusive excerpt here on Seductive Musings. *winks*

@Virginia -- Oh wow! I love your comments about Alpha and Beta heroes! Well said!! Thanks so much for your wonderful compliment about AWAKENED BY A KISS! And your interest in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED and A MIDNIGHT DANCE! *smiles*

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 2:43 PM  

@Marcie --Thank you! I'm so glad you liked the post! And thank you for sharing! I like your list. :)

@Tore -- Thanks so much for your interest in THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED! I like seeing foreplay (because it can be quite hot!). I like to see the love between the hero and heroine, too. Thanks so much for sharing with me:)

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 2:56 PM  

@Scorpio---You have just put a big smile on my face! Thank you!!! What a lovely list and what a wonderful thing to say! I'm ever so delighted you've participated in the tour! :)

@Bethie -- I love heroes with flaws, too! Thanks for stopping by and chatting with me! :)

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 3:02 PM  

@gamistress66 -- I just loved reading your list! As an author, these comments are taken to heart. Thanks so much for sharing these with me! I'm glad you stopped by. So delighted you enjoyed my post! :)

@Robin K---Thank you for your comment! I totally agree with this. It isn't much of a story if all they do is have sex. :) I'm so glad you stopped in to share! :)

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 3:09 PM  

@Valerie--Oh wow! Awesome list!! I totally agree with each one. Well stated, Valerie! :)

@Alexa--I see you're not alone in wanting a solid plot---and who can blame you? As an author it's great to get this sort of romance reader feedback! Thanks so much for sharing with me! Glad you stopped by. :)

Estella November 19, 2010 at 3:31 PM  

I don't like a lot of scenery detail unless it is important to the story.
I do like lots of hot sexy scenes, as long as they are part of a story plot.

GFC follower

kissinoak at frontier dot com

Amy November 19, 2010 at 5:00 PM  

Don't over-describe everything (especially the environment, unless it's material to the story).

Do have lots of sensual and scorching hot scenes, not necessarily sex scenes.

Do NOT use weird descriptions of sexual parts, such as: "her vulva shivered", "Hot liquid poured from her, wetting his hand and the creature at her gate"
^Those descriptions are just hilarious (not in a good way)!

I'm a GFC follower


chey November 19, 2010 at 5:19 PM  

Do have characters learn from their mistakes and not keep repeating them.

Don't let the stubborn heroine ignore all advice and put herself and others is danger.

Don't have too much description about clothes, makeup, paintings, scenery.

booklover0226 November 19, 2010 at 5:53 PM  

I enjoyed the interviw and tour.

My two wimpy heroines, please.

I'm a GFC follower.

Tracey D
booklover0226 at gmail dot com

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 6:07 PM  

@Estella --Oh wonderful list! I like both those points! Thanks for sharing! :)

@Amy---I have never read about a creature at her gate. I do see your point, though. LOL Good list!! :)

Lila DiPasqua November 19, 2010 at 6:11 PM  

@Chey--I really like all three! Those definitely take away from a story. Thanks for sharing them with me! :)

@Tracey D---Thanks so much! I'm so glad you're enjoying the tour and post! :) Definitely nix the wimpy heroines. :)

Tamsyn November 20, 2010 at 10:00 AM  

Love the post and the list. I'll definitely follow them when I want to reform a rake!

My list would include:

Do not have the story too focused on either the hero or the heroine. I want both characters to evolve together.

Tortured heroes are fine but some I do hope that authors will write about tortured heroines too.

Definitely include love scenes!

Thanks for the fun!
international/GFC follower

Maureen November 20, 2010 at 2:26 PM  

The stories look great. I would say do give me smart, strong heroes and heroines with great chemistry. Don't give me characters who feel sorry for themselves.
mce1011 AT aol DOT Com

Sheree November 21, 2010 at 4:33 AM  

Misunderstandings between the hero and heroine are okay, but don't draw it out for too long. Do make the hero and heroine strong in their own way.

GFC follower

Carol L. November 21, 2010 at 10:25 AM  

Lila, I read the excerpt and now I want Adam even more then she does . Boots, towel at this point I'm still going for just the boots. lol lol
Carol L.

Lila DiPasqua November 22, 2010 at 12:02 AM  

@Tamsyn--You have a great list! I really like the one about not focusing too much on either the hero or heroine. Thank you for sharing! So glad you liked the post. :)

@Maureen --Definitely no pity party! You're so right! Thank you for stopping by to share. :)

Lila DiPasqua November 22, 2010 at 12:05 AM  

Sheree---"Do make the hero and heroine strong in their own way."---Oh! I like that very much! Thanks for chatting with me. :)

@Carol L--Yay! So glad you enjoyed the exclusive excerpt. LOL over the boots comment. Thanks for dropping by to share! :)

Cindy November 23, 2010 at 11:14 PM  

Love, love, love Fairy Tales...they always have a happy ending!
Do make him tough on the outside and soft on the inside. Love when they have a sense of humor too. Nothing's better than giggling out loud while reading a book!!
Don't make the love scene "cheesy". Nothing is worse than getting to the good part and thinking "ick" that totally ruined the mood.

GFC follower

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