Tuesday Teaser: The Lord Meets His Lady [Midnight Meetings, book 3]

Tuesday Teaser: The Lord Meets His Lady [Midnight Meetings, book 3]

The Lord Meets His Lady [Midnight Meetings, book 3]   Lord Marcus Bowles has stained his family’s reputation for the last time. Only after spending a scandal-free year restoring some far-flung property can this second son return in good graces. But Marcus isn’t one to abandon a lone damsel on a dark country lane. One stolen kiss and Genevieve Turner’s handsome midnight savior disappears. Typical. No matter, Gen is...

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Friday Feature: Guest Author Alicia Rasley

Friday Feature: Guest Author Alicia Rasley

Thanks, Gina, for letting me visit! [Gina: You’re welcome! What a privilege to have you on the blog] I write historical novels set in the British Regency period (early 19th C). When I wrote a Christmas novella (an excerpt is below), I researched British holiday customs. Here are three things I learned about Twelfth Night:   What is Twelfth Night? This has been celebrated since the Middle Ages as the traditional end to the Christmas...

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Tuesday Teaser: A Free Read Coming Soon

Tuesday Teaser: A Free Read Coming Soon

To Steal a Viking Bride By Gina Conkle       Wars and weddings were alike in her father’s longhouse…celebrations marked with roast venison, rose hip mead, and raucous laughter. And much revelry. Except the old women. They drank quietly, their aged eyes fixed on the fire pit. Eira’s cheek brushed the lattice leather curtain she stood behind. She tried to read their faces through a break in the weave. What secrets did the elders...

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How to Elope Like a Georgian by Gina Conkle

How to Elope Like a Georgian by Gina Conkle

    Oh, the naughtiness of a quickie wedding! Early Georgian England teemed with elopements, creating scores of under-aged brides and pesky bigamists. During that era, people could marry wherever and whenever they wanted, as long as a clergyman presided over the ceremony. By the 1740s, fast weddings in England became a booming industry thanks to shady clergymen in London’s Southwark ward. Because of those few bad apples, people...

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