Eloisa James & Julia Quinn Chat Ideas, Research, Books & More
Good heavens! It’s been quite a week for Piatkus Fiction and ladies, we’re positively faint! *fans self elegantly, reaches for the smelling salts but –oops – finds the gin . . .* We […]Read More
An Exclusive, Early Excerpt from Eloisa James’ MY AMERICAN DUCHESS
I don’t know about everyone else, but ever since we read the cover copy of My American Duchess, we’ve been dying to get our hands on it. To help tide us over Eloisa has kindly […]Read More
Meet the Graysons . . .
On Friday, July 25th we published the first in a brand new series by Tracy Anne Warren, The Last Man on Earth! It’s sexy, clever and we’re pretty sure we’re the ones who gave that […]Read More
Eloisa James on Potent Pleasures . . .
Do any Enticers dream of being a historical romance author? Or any kind of author? Here at Piatkus, we’re constantly seeing our authors encouraging new writers on their websites, on social media or in essays […]Read More
Introducing Eloisa James’s Pleasures Trilogy!
Nothing is more seductive than temptation . . . Eloisa James is a firm favourite here on Entice! Her sumptuous historical romances are both funny and exciting, all at once sexy and tender. Therefore, we […]Read More
A special letter from Eloisa James to her UK readers . . .
Happy publication day, Eloisa James! Your UK readers having been waiting for this book with bated breath! Readers, see below for a special message meant especially for you! Hello to my UK readers! […]Read More
My First Year as a Published Author
We asked romance author Eloisa James to tell us what it was like for her when she first became a published author. . . (more…)Read More
Celebrate Mother’s Day with romantic reads from Piatkus Entice
Mother’s Day isn’t a date you’d necessarily associate with romance, but it is all about indulgence and treating someone you love. With the big day just around the corner (Sunday 18th in the UK in case you need […]Read More
Eloisa James on the importance of first lines
Back in 1999, when I first heard that a manuscript of mine was going to be published, my main response was kind of a dazed wonder. I was absolutely dying to know what the […]Read More
Eloisa James on eBooks and the importance of always having something to read
I love eBooks because they speak directly to one of my most primal fears: that I’ll find myself somewhere—a plane, a broken elevator, a long line—without something to read. Look around any subway car in […]Read More