Sneak Peek for Just Another Viscount in Love

Jun 12, 2017

Happy Monday! For everyone who has been waiting for a sneak peek into JUST ANOTHER VISCOUNT IN LOVE, I’m glad to say that it’s finally here!

I’m so excited to share this story with you! In this sneak peek, Ellery and Gemma finally meet for the first time.

Unfortunately for Gemma, she doesn’t look her best. In fact, her dress is stained with pear compote, her feet and legs are bare, and she’s standing in a pond. Ellery, on the other hand, doesn’t appear to mind at all. 😉


from the excerpt:

His pale blue eyes were somehow brighter than the late summer sky and seemed to grow warmer as he appraised her in return, his gaze dipping to the water where she stood.

She looked down too and noticed she’d dropped her skirts. They were now sinking like gauzy nets around her calves. Water saturated the fabric, climbing upward, turning her petticoat and dress translucent—all the way to her knees. If she stood here a moment longer, she would have very few secrets from this stranger…

To read more of this excerpt, click here.

As the toast of the ton, Samuel Wortham, Viscount Ellery, should have no trouble finding a wife. Yet each lady he pursues ends up married to another. As a last hope, Sam plans a house party, intending to choose a bride from one of his guests. But when he encounters a raven-haired beauty by his estate’s pond, he’s captivated by her charm and desperate to see her again.

A quiet trip to the country is just what Gemma Desmond needs to take her mind off marriage. After all, as the daughter of a notorious criminal, her prospects seem quite grim. The last thing she expects is a chance meeting with a handsome lord and an invitation to his lavish house party. Ellery is everything she hoped for in a husband. But can she ever escape the stigma of her father’s misdeeds?

When a pair of conniving debutantes frame her for theft, Gemma has her answer. Unwilling to let her scandalous reputation taint the kind, honorable man she adores, she flees. Yet Ellery isn’t about to give her up. He might be just another viscount in love, but he refuses to let this potential bride slip through his fingers…


Warm wishes and happy reading,



  1. Janice Laird says:

    Looking forward to it! Will we see you in Regency dress for the historical writers conference?

  2. Connie Fischer says:

    Oh, what a pretty cover! I love the contrast of the heroine’s white bodice and blue skirt. That’s unusual and very nice.

    I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing this book. Thanks for the sneak peek.