They were dismissed as hopeless—girls too plain, too shy, too gauche to stand any chance in the ruthless competition of the London season. But Helene Fitzgerald, Madelene Valmeyer, and Adele Edmundson have no intention of remaining wallflowers. Aided by the notorious novelist, Deborah Sewell, they form the Wallflower Pact and set out to find true love for themselves—and maybe even their chaperone.
Now you can read the whole story — the lives, loves and triumphs of:
Lady Adele Endicott — The Bride Behind the Curtain
Miss Madelene Valmeyer — The Stepsister’s Triumph
Lady Helene Fitzgerald — An Exquisite Marriage
An Exquisite Marriage, the third and final volume of The Regency Makeover Trilogy is now availble for pre-order. You can read and excerpt and reserve your copy here and now!
Spring is in the air, and the Season is in full swing. I’m delighted to announce that Part 2 of the Regency Makeover series: THE STEPSISTER’S TRIUMPH is now available for pre-order. Check out an excerpt, click the link, and make sure your copy is ready and waiting for you April 19.
Heads up! I will be LIVE at the Writer’s Chatroom this Sunday, Feb. 21 from 7pm to 9pm EST. I’ll be talking about pseudonyms (I have lots), genre writing, good books, bad books, more books, and anything else you guys can think to ask. Hope to see you there!
I am so excited to finally be able to unveil the cover of my first Rosalind Thorne mystery:
A USEFUL WOMAN
The first book in this new series will be in stores and on the shelves May 3, 2016
The contracts are signed, and now it can be told! My next two books will be….MYSTERIES! Set in Regency London, A USEFUL WOMAN will follow the life and struggles of Rosalind Thorne, a gently bred woman of reduced circumstances with the unenviable job of trying to untangle a mystery involving the corpse discovered in that most excluve of London ballrooms…Almack’s.
I don’t get much done on Book Day.
Oh, I do a lot. I post a lot, I check the various social media a whole lot. I agonize over views and clicks and reviews. I also pace, sometimes literally, sometimes just metaphorically. I have further, I confess, been known to go to bookstores to see my baby out there in the wild, so to speak.
But mostly I sit at the keyboard saying to myself “I can’t believe it. It’s MY book. There is is. Right there. On-line. With my name on the cover and everything! It’s real!”
So, happy Book Day to me, and to you. Here’s hoping you find delight and romance on the shelves and between the covers.
You might also want to check out a snippet of The Accidental Abduction and see if you can find it here.
LOL and happy book day wherever your day finds you!