Guest Author, Emily Murdoch, with a Special Offer

Guest Author, Emily Murdoch, with a Special Offer

  Have you ever wanted to work with an author to craft a story?   Regency author Emily Murdoch is offering just that if you support her Kickstarter campaign to launch her new eight book Ravishing Regencies series. If you pledge £19/$25 to her Kickstarter campaign, you’ll get eight ebooks, a signed paperback, an exclusive limited edition bookmark AND a digital surprise! There are rewards for just £4/$5, and opportunities to name...

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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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Friday Feature: Sally Orr

  When George Drexel used his vast experience with women to write and publish The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide, little did he realize the havoc it would cause. Now years later, the rumor of a second edition has London’s naughtiest widows pounding on his door, begging to be included. But George has given up his roguish ways and wants nothing more than to be left alone with his architectural pursuits…until...

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Friday Feature: Christy English

  When his wild spitfire of a sister makes a scene by drawing a claymore in Hyde Park, Highlander Robert Waters knows something must be done. To forestall the inevitable scandal, he hires widowed Prudence Whittaker to teach his sister how to be a lady-never expecting to find unbridled passion beneath the clever Englishwoman’s prim exterior. Mrs. Whittaker is a fraud. Born Lady Prudence Farthington, daughter of the ruined earl of...

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Friday Feature: Bliss Bennet

  A man determined to atone for the past For seven long years, Sir Peregrine Sayre has tried to assuage his guilt over the events of his twenty-first birthday by immersing himself in political work—and avoiding all entanglements with women, whether light skirts or ladies of the ton. But when his mentor sends him on a quest to track down purportedly penitent prostitutes, the events of his less-than-innocent past threaten not only his own...

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Friday Feature: Laura Trentham

  Love soothes the deepest of scars. Spies and Lovers, Book 2 Minerva Bellingham is at her wits’ end. Her younger brother, Simon, will have them penniless and on the streets if his extravagant gambling habit isn’t curtailed. An enormous debt to Lord Rafe Drummond is the final indignity. Signing over her dowry is their only choice. Until Lord Drummond suggests something much more scandalous. She can keep her dowry—in exchange for the...

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