Victoria Janssen of Heroes and Heartbreakers wrote a lovely, thoughtful “first look” review of Lord of Secrets, calling it “an absorbing read.”
Why the double standard? Today I’m at Romancing the Past, discussing the stigma associated during the 19th century with being a fallen woman.
(If you’re not a professional reader, you can still pre-order Lord of Secrets here.)
I’ve had two pieces of good news this month regarding the release of my books.
First, my March 25 release, Lord of Secrets, will be available not only as an e-book, but also as an audiobook. Look for it on Audible.com.
Second, A Tryst With Trouble–the book that was supposed to be released by Dorchester, but with the demise of that publisher became a Carina Press title–has a scheduled release date of September 23, 2013.
That means I’ll have two regencies out this year. I hope you enjoy them!
Today I’m at the wonderful Rakes Rogues and Romance site, talking with blogmistress Nancy S. Goodman about writing advice, my upcoming release, and my idea of the perfect fantasy dinner party. Do stop by!
Why would anyone play with fire, especially at Christmas time? I’m at Romancing the Past today, taking a brief look at the old parlor game known as snap-dragon.
Lord of Secrets isn’t out yet, but here’s a preview of the book cover.
Carina Press always does a great job with their covers. I’m thrilled with the way it came out and can’t wait for you to read the story.
Everyone knows the Pilgrims celebrated the first American Thanksgiving in 1621, but what were their old friends and neighbors doing back in England? I’m at Romancing the Past today, taking a brief look at the English tradition of Harvest Home.
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Nothing’s signed yet, but I’m thrilled to announce that my publisher, Carina Press, has expressed an interest in acquiring A Tryst With Trouble. I don’t have a suggested publication date yet, but I’ll post more when I do.