New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries has spring break on her mind—but it’s not quite the spring break you and I were thinking of. Instead of heading to the beach or going sightseeing for a week, she’s been thinking of spending it in a castle! While daydreaming what it would be like to be royal, Sabrina came up with her list of top 10 reasons she’d like to be referred to as Lady Jeffries for a week! And don’t forget to tell us in the comments below why you’d like a title for your chance to win the first two books in Sabrina’s bestselling Sinful Suitor series!

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I write historical romances to escape into a glamorous life in my head. But what if I could do it for real? While I certainly wouldn’t want to live in the past (no antibiotics? No thank you), I wouldn’t mind vacationing there a la Austenland.

Ten Reasons I’d Like to Spend My Vacation as a Lady in Fictional Regency England:

  1. Amazing clothes. Even the corsets would be cool for a while.
  2. Dancing, dancing, dancing! There’s never enough dancing in my life.
  3. Live-in cooks. I get tired of cooking for my picky foodie husband, who doesn’t cook.
  4. No internet. Yes, I said it. Sometimes I actually want a break from being online.
  5. Horseback riding. The last time I rode was on my honeymoon. And I’ve been married 32 years.
  6. Fancy carriages. It’s like being Cinderella at the ball ALL THE TIME.
  7. Potential for nooky. Those romance heroes like their nooky.
  8. Lady’s maids. Someone will make my hair pretty EVERY DAY.
  9. A pretty castle I don’t have to clean. I don’t think I have to explain that one.
  10. Hot guys in boots and cravats. Enough said.

How would you want to spend a week as a lady (none of us wants to spend it as a servant, naturally) in fictional Regency England? Tell us what your favorite part would be in the comments below and enter for your chance to win a copy of the brand-new THE STUDY OF SEDUCTION and the first book in the Sinful Suitors series, THE ART OF SINNING!


Giveaway ends April 4th. For official rules and terms & conditions, click here.