October 27, 2015

Regina Kammer author The General's Wife @Kammerotica #RLFblog #Historical

The General's Wife 
Regina Kammer author of The General’s Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale answers five easy questions to help readers get to know her better.

Author Bio

Regina Kammer is a librarian, an art historian, and an award-nominated, best-selling, multi-published writer of erotica and historical erotic romance. Her short stories and novels make history sexier, whether the era is Roman, Byzantine, Viking, American Revolution, or Victorian. She’s even sexed up contemporary settings, Steampunk, and Greco-Roman mythology. She has been published by Cleis Press, Go Deeper Press, Story Ink, The Naughty Literati, and her own imprint, Viridium Press. She began writing historical fiction with romantic elements during National Novel Writing Month 2006, switching to erotica when all her characters suddenly demanded to have sex.

Who is your "book boyfriend" (that hottie you read about and drool over)?
My book boyfriend is actually a villain. No, I take that back. He’s a misunderstood antagonist, with a cool demeanor and a complex psyche. Oh, and a 17th-century Caribbean pirate. He’s Lord Odo Wraxall from Lord Wraxall's Fancy by Anna Lieff Saxby, a historical erotic romance (heavy on the erotic, light on the romance) first issued by Black Lace circa 1996. Odo is a heroic villain, who can charm the corset off a woman with assurances of sexy fun and sensual adventure.
Describe the perfect vacation.
Anywhere in Europe with Greco-Roman ruins, old churches, art and history museums, and an old town center. Then after a day of walking around and sight-seeing, an evening spent enjoying cocktails.
What are your hobbies?
Gardening, baking, making jam (with fruit from the garden), hiking with Misterotica and the dog. One day soon I’ll get back to making mosaics.
When you read for pleasure, what kind of books do you choose?
Romance! I prefer historical romance, but I’ll read any sub-genre. I also like to thumb through home and garden magazines.
What kinds of things do you read when you're researching a new book?
If I’m writing a historical, I’ll read a novel written in the era in which my book is set. So, I might read Victorian erotica if I’m writing a Victorian-set erotic romance. I’ll read current historical non-fiction, and also historical accounts written around the time my story takes place. I’ll also look at newspapers and almanacs of the day. If my characters travel, I’ll check out Baedekers and transportation timetables. Plus, of course, the Oxford English Dictionary. I can get lost in that!

About the Book

Title The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale
Genre Historical erotic romance
Author Regina Kammer
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Seduced Into Marriage
Lady Clara Hastings is forced to leave her beloved England by her wicked husband, the infamous British general Lord Jeremy Strathmore. They arrive upon the shores of the uncivilized American colonies amidst the outbreak of that young nation's struggle for independence.
Kidnapped And Held For Ransom
Among Strathmore's enemies is a man Clara secretly desires. As his captive, she learns of her husband's debauched pleasures and sadistic past, and discovers her own passions and sensual needs.
A Quest For Freedom
In the clutches of patriot fighters, Clara’s beliefs are challenged, her values are threatened, and she is caught up in a battle for her heart in the arms of a handsome American revolutionary.
The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale is an award-nominated historical erotic romance set in New York of 1777. Intermingling themes of erotica and erotic romance, The General's Wife follows the sexual journey of the heroine culminating in a happily-ever-after.
The General's Wife was a finalist for the Georgia Romance Writers' 2014 Maggie Award for Excellence.

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  1. Welcome Regina. :) Love that hot cover!

  2. Thanks for having me back, Kayelle. Yep, that cover is scrumptious, isn't it!


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