New Release – Midsummer Night’s Delights

New Release – Midsummer Night’s
Delights – Hot Historical/Fantasy
By
Kelli A. Wilkins
Hi
everyone,
Today I’m
highlighting the first book in my Naughty
Nobles
trilogy, Midsummer Night’s
Delights.
Midsummer Night’s Delights
introduces readers to Julian and Annabelle. They are strangers trapped in an
arranged, sexless marriage. To loosen them up, Julian’s father sends them to
the Marquis of Demby’s estate to attend a Midsummer Ball. (And this type of
ball isn’t for dancing!)
Julian and Annabelle meet the marquis, Vincent, and his
wife, Sabrina. Over the course of their visit, they learn how to open up and
explore their sexuality. When they attend the Midsummer
Ball, they shed their inhibitions while indulging in their
wildest fantasies. Anything goes in this erotic tale, and I had a lot of fun
showing how Annabelle and Julian loosen up and embrace their wanton sides.
When I wrote Midsummer, I had no idea I would turn
the book into a trilogy. Readers and reviewers loved the story and the
characters so much, that they wanted these very naughty adventures to continue.
So, I wrote two sequels, Midwinter Night’s Delights
and Ultimate Night’s Delights.
Although the stories are connected, each novella stands alone as an individual
read.
After the original release
of Midsummer Night’s Delights,
readers asked for a prequel. They were curious about how Vincent and Sabrina
met and what their history entailed. Although I had no plans to write a full
prequel, I gave the readers what they wanted. In Midwinter Night’s Delights, Sabrina tells Annabelle how she met
Vincent and how they got involved in their unusual games.
(I’ll be sharing more about Midwinter Night’s Delights and Ultimate Night’s Delights in future blogs, so stay tuned.)
Here’s the book summary and a mild excerpt:

Midsummer Night’s Delights
At this Midsummer Ball, couples pair up everywhere—but not for dancing!
Young newlyweds Julian and Annabelle are miserable. Their arranged
marriage is lacking everything—especially sex. Julian suffers from a lack of
confidence and is harboring a secret urge. Innocent Annabelle’s longings go
unnoticed and unfulfilled, no matter what she tries.
But all that changes when they are invited to a Midsummer Ball.
Their unconventional hosts, Vincent and Sabrina, introduce them to a world
where their most intimate desires and hidden passions are explored—and
fulfilled. Swapping and naughty games are just a few of the surprises awaiting
them…
Bonus!
This e-book includes a sneak peek at the second book in the Naughty Nobles
Trilogy:  MIDWINTER NIGHT’S DELIGHTS.
Order your copy
here:

Julian followed Vincent
down the carpeted corridor, lost in thought. Vincent’s crude words and lewd
behavior in the garden had shocked him. Yet, he was
intrigued by his claim to be able to “cure” him and awaken his passion. But the
idea of attending a ball where everyone would screw, terrified him. What would
Annabelle say when she learned of this? How could he ever bring up the subject
with her?
“Let’s
go in here,” Vincent said, stepping into a room.
“Whose
bedroom is this?” he asked as Vincent gestured for him to enter. Like his own
bedchamber, the room was elaborately decorated and had an enormous four-poster
bed along one wall.
“Shh,
keep your voice down.” Vincent removed a painting of a castle from the far
wall. He tossed the canvas on the bed and gestured for him to come closer.
He
was about to speak when he heard a woman moan.
“Oh,
yes… Go deeper,” she said.
His
skin prickled. Was a woman having intimate relations in the next room?
Vincent
had his face pressed against the wall and was watching from a hole cut into the
plaster. Had he no shame? Did he spy on all his guests in their private
moments?
He
crossed the room, curious, yet offended. “You shouldn’t watch—”
“Shh.
Don’t be a prude. Take a look for yourself,” Vincent replied, moving aside so
he could look.
He
peered through the small hole and saw a brightly-lit bedchamber. A naked,
dark-haired woman was kneeling over another figure on the bed. After watching
for another minute, he pulled away and frowned at Vincent. “It’s not right to
peek in on people. That could be someone’s wife.”
“It
is. Mine. That’s Sabrina.”
His
heart skipped a beat. “Don’t you care that your wife is in there with another
man?”
Vincent
shook his head. “She’s not. She’s in there with a woman. Annabelle.”
“What?”
He pressed his eye to the peephole again. Sabrina had moved on the bed and now
lay on her side, her hand moving between another woman’s parted legs. He
scowled. That couldn’t be Annabelle.
Julian
readjusted his position to get a better view. He heard a giggle, then saw a
flash of light brown hair. A second later, Annabelle leaned forward and kissed
Sabrina on the mouth. His mind reeled as he stared at the two women.
His
mouth went dry and he turned away from the wall. “Are they…”
“Screwing?
Yes. And from the sound of it, they’re enjoying themselves.” Vincent pulled the
flask from his pocket and opened it. “You look like you need another drink.”
Julian
took the flask and drank down the rest of the liquor. How could his innocent
Annabelle be naked? Frolicking with another woman? Dear God, she was his wife
and he’d never seen her completely naked himself.
“How…
how did this happen?” he croaked out.
“It
seems your delicate, repressed wife has learned to release her pent-up desires…
with a bit of help, of course.” Vincent grinned as Annabelle whimpered in
delight.
“But
how? They’re women, and—”
“Take
a look,” Vincent said. “You might learn something.”
* * *
I hope you’ll
check it out. Reading Midsummer Night’s Delights is a perfect way to heat up a cold winter
night! Look for the follow-up books, Midwinter
Night’s Delights
and Ultimate Night’s
Delights
coming later in February.
Be sure to
follow my blog for the latest updates and visit me on social media.
Happy Reading,                                                   
Kelli A.
Wilkins
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Kelli A. Wilkins is an award-winning author who has
published more than 100 short stories, 19 romance novels, and 5 non-fiction
books. Her romances span many genres and heat levels.
Midsummer Night’s Delights, the first book in the Naughty Nobles trilogy of erotic
historical/fantasy romances, was released in February 2017. Loving
a Wild Stranger
was published in January 2017. This historical/pioneer
romance is set in the wilds of the Michigan Territory and blends tender romance
with adventure.
Kelli’s third
Medallion Press romance, Lies, Love & Redemption was
released in September 2016. This spicy historical western is set on the
Nebraska prairie in 1877.
In 2016 Kelli
began re-releasing her romances previously published by Amber Quill Press.
Visit her website and blog for a full title list, book summaries, and other
information.
Her writing
book, You Can Write—Really! A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction is
a fun and informative non-fiction guide based on her years of experience as a
writer. It’s filled with writing exercises and helpful tips all authors can
use.
If you like to
be scared, check out Kelli’s horror ebooks: Dead Til Dawn and Kropsy’s
Curse
.
Kelli posts on
her Facebook author page:
http://ift.tt/2jXIRcM and Twitter: http://ift.tt/20B8xY7. She also writes a weekly blog: http://ift.tt/1mhyLyI.
Visit her
website,
www.KelliWilkins.com to learn more about all of her writings, read book
excerpts, reviews, and more. Readers can sign up for her newsletter here:
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