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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Holiday Guest Post: Laura Trentham

Holiday Guest Post: Laura Trentham

  A very Cottonbloom Christmas! Jeremy Whitehurst has tried to leave his bad-boy behavior and tarnished image behind in Alabama for a fresh start in Cottonbloom, Louisiana. Unfortunately, trouble has dogged him across state lines. Stepping up and protecting a young woman from her abusive boyfriend earned him a beat-down and got him fired. Although the thanks in the girl’s dark eyes made it all worth it, he recognizes she’s just a...

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Holiday Guest Post: Patricia Kiyono

    Robert Townley prides himself as an efficient and indispensible valet to Phillip, Duke of Bartlett. But when Robert is coerced into teaching the poor children at the duchess’ chapel school, he’s out of his element. Thankfully, he has assistance from some of the other servants, including the prickly Miss Brown.  Jeanne Brown is lady’s maid to the Duchess of Bartlett. She loves working with the children but can’t abide...

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Holiday Guest Post: Patricia Kiyono

      Phillip Peartree, Duke of Bartlett, dreamed of a peaceful life with a suitable mate until a hunting accident left him scarred and nearly deaf. Resigned to spending the rest of his days alone, Phillip has devoted himself to rebuilding his family estate. But a chance encounter with a lovely young woman in a dusty bookstore rekindles his almost-forgotten hopes and dreams.  Lady Amelia Partridge has no time for the frivolity...

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