Blog Tour: Her Enteral Rogue by Gina Danna

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Intrigued by the cover and the story itself I had to read! A regency romance with a touch with paranormal. How could it ever be possible? Well Danna proved that it could work. I really loved reading this story and the characters. Lady Lavinia Sinclair has been captured by French pirates and only Alexandra Barrington can save her or can he? Alexander has his own demons to fight including being a vampire pirate who now has saved the beautiful Lavina. Something in him stirs about this woman and he has to have her, but at the cost of leaving her without a finace? I love Alexander, he’s every bit the lively pirate and knows what he wants. He has his flaws as a man and as the undead as well. Those looking for a regency, romance, adventure, and the paranormal will find it here. Now I’m going to have to pick up the rest of Danna’s works! She has become a new favorite author.GinaDanna_HerEternalRogue2500

Genre: Regency with paranormal twist

ISBN: 978-0615836348

Book Length: 284 pages

Publisher: To The Bitter End Publishing


Alexander Barrington flees his tyrannical uncle for the open seas where he becomes a ruthless pirate who turns vampire.


Captured and sentence to hang, a fate he must avoid to keep his vampire self hidden, a reprieve comes if he rescues Lady Lavinia Sinclair from the French pirates and returns her to her fiancé in England.


Alexander falls for the woman who makes him feel human and alive, but can he really have her without exposing what he is – a thief, the undead? The damned?  Refusing to taint her innocence any further, he erases her memory of him and vanishes into the night but can he really exist without her?


Alexander pulled her into his embrace, keeping the respectable distance though his eyes caressed her intimately. She flushed with excitement. He seemed to know the dance and picked up the beat, swirling her about the room. Handsome, with a cocky smile on his face and merriment in his eyes, he whirled her through the steps with expertise. She fought enjoying herself but the whiff of his scent, the aroma of spice and the ocean, enticed her to remember the summer not long ago and being—

She opened her eyes and glared at him. “That was inconceivably rude.”

“No,” he countered. “I broke in, he released you to me. All perfect English manners.”

“You shouldn’t be dancing with me,” she said harshly. “Especially a waltz.”

“This dance is perfect for lovers,” he replied with a seductive tone. “Or have you taken Monroe as your lover? Frankly, if so, the way he relinquished you to another does not prove any quality. You could do better.” He swung her around the next turn, closer to the edge of the floor.

“How dare you! I have done no such thing and for you to accuse me of—”

They were at the edge of the dance floor, near the opened windows that led to the terrace. Alexander stopped and pulled her closer, behind a statue near the doors. “Darlin’,” he said, his voice holding more of the West Indies sway. “Surely ye know the laws concerning matrimony.” He looked her straight in the eye, a half grin on his lips that didn’t reach his eyes. “Knowin’ it’s illegal to marry yer deceased husband’s brother, my dear.”

She furrowed her brows. “What are you referring to, sir?” She turned, trying to find Nicholas, and opened her mouth to call for him, ignoring the commotion that would create.

He stopped them on the dance floor and took her out of the ballroom with lightning vampiric speed. “I am the deceased husband, Lavinia, and you married my brother.”

She shook her head vehemently. “I did not marry you—”

“Darlin’, but I’m afraid we were married on board The Lily,” he told her quietly, his voice factual. “As captain of a ship, I am the law—”

“I don’t remember any marriage ceremony, no vows exchanged.” She searched her memory frantically, looking for some truth in his declaration. The scene came crashing into her mind: standing on deck with those three vile pirates, and him protecting her, claiming her…


He said nothing.

“You’re lying.” A chill raced down her spine. “How can that be marriage? A vampire? A pirate? A dead man?”

“Sweetheart, keep your voice down,” he said, his voice calm as he encircled her waist. “Tell me how we are not.” He bent, sealing his lips over hers.

About the Author

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Gina has spent the better part of her life reading. History has been her love and she spent numerous hours devouring historical romance stories, dreaming of writing one of her own. Years later, after receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees in History, writing academic research papers and writing for museum programs and events, she finally found the time to write her own stories of historical romantic fiction.

Now, under the supervision of her three dogs and three cats, she writes amid a library of research books, with her only true break away is to spend time with her other life long dream – her Arabian horse – with him, her muse can play.

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Daryl Devore

Great excerpt. Sounds like a great read.

Sandra Owenss

Great excerpt, Gina. Her Eternal Rogue is on my Kindle TBR. Still working my way through all the freebies I got at RWA. 🙂

Belle Read

I love the time period… and with a paranormal twist. How interesting! Just looked it up on GR and so far the rating is quite high. I am adding it to my TBR.

Abigail Sharpe

What a great cover and a great excerpt!

Louisa Cornell

Great interview and excerpt! LOVE this book !!


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