Here it is! My latest cover. The Great Estate is available for preorder at most online retailers. You won’t want to miss Sophia and Gabriel confronting their demons at last… but will the road to redemption unite them, or drive them further apart? Amazon: http://ow.ly/JnElz BN: http://ow.ly/JnERR
Posts Tagged ‘historical romance’
The attraction of the forbidden cannot be suppressed… Lady Alice Emerson is entirely unsatisfied with the endless stream of boring suitors her family finds appropriate. She wants something more. Something daring. Something real. Each tiresome new suitor only serves to further inflame Lady Alice’s combustible attraction to Thornbrook Park’s rugged, manly estate manager, Logan Winthrop. […]
Thornbrook Park is a B & N Bookseller Pick for June! YAY! See the list at Romance at Random. My thanks to buyer Jules Hebert for selecting it. Barnes and Noble – http://bit.ly/1rmM9yG
Historical romance fans: Julia London’s latest historical THE TROUBLE WITH HONOR is now out! The first book in her Cabot Sisters Series is a fun and fast-paced read that will keep you up all night and leave you begging for the next book in the series. Amazon: http://amzn.to/1aA0u8n B &N: http://bit.ly/1lfcjor BAM: http://bit.ly/1hpzY04 IndieBound: http://bit.ly/1eUUBQV
Edwardian romance fiction for Downton Abbey fans—a fresh new historical period in the romance category. Fans of Downton Abbey will adore this brand-new Edwardian-period romance series set at the grand estate of Thornbrook Park, seat of the Earl of Averford. Disowned for marrying beneath her, Eve Kendal returns to London destitute after her husband’s death and the mysterious disappearance […]
Stand and Deliver Yes, I enjoyed a little Adam and the Ants way back when. Way back. But I deny that Adam Ant had any influence on my early highwayman romance, Once Wicked, first published in 2000. Enjoy!
Welcome to my website! If you’re new here, you might be interested to learn that: I write in zebra pants. I had a pair of light cotton zebra print pajamas that I happened to wear to check the mail *once or twice. I wrote on Facebook that I hoped I didn’t frighten my neighbors, and […]