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Jan 28, 2015 | Cover Reveals
The first two covers for THE RAKES OF FALLOW HALL SERIES are stunning!!! I absolutely adore the Avon art department! And I feel incredibly blessed by the amazing team of people who work with me. LOVE, love, love them!
I bid a fond farewell to an amazing 2014–the year THE WALLFLOWER WEDDING SERIES came out, the year I hit the USA TODAY Bestseller’s List, the year I signed a contract for another Regency Era series with Avon Impulse, and the year I met my agent. 2014 has been very good to me and I’ve been blessed in so many ways. <3
Yet, I’m so excited about 2015, too!!! THE RAKES OF FALLOW HALL SERIES will be coming out soon!!! I’m currently in stages of either writing or editing . As I work on them, each book becomes my new favorite, each hero becomes my new obsession. What can I say? I love rakes. 😀 I hope you will, too.
The Avon art department is full of incredibly talented people. Proof of this is the cover for THE ELUSIVE LORD EVERHART. They’ve really outdone themselves this time. What do you think?
Wishing you a year full of joy, love, and great books!
Jun 9, 2014 | Cover Reveals
I am SO EXCITED about the release of Winning Miss Wakefield!!! Writing Bane and Merribeth’s story was fun from the first page to the very last. And even then I didn’t want it to end. <3
Excerpt from Winning Miss Wakefield ~ book #2 of The Wallflower Wedding Series:
He had been thoroughly distracted by Miss No Name, Miss Sign of Venus, as she ran her fingers through his hair. It felt heavenly. Wondrous. Divine. How long had it been since a woman had simply stroked his hair? Though he’d never admit it if asked, this was one of life’s greatest pleasures.
Closing his eyes, he’d trusted this stranger more than he had anyone in years, and he couldn’t put reason behind it, only the instinctive sense he’d come to rely upon. He was good at figuring people out, which was why he preferred the company of horses.
Then, a shadow had crossed over his face, accompanied by a hushed rustle of silk. Drowsily, he opened his eyes to see her gazing down at him. Her soft fingertips petted the shorter hair at his temples and followed the line of his whiskers to the lobes of his ears.
He’d opened his mouth to tell her that he’d willingly pay her five hundred pounds per annum if she’d never stop, but she shushed him with a shake of her head.
“Don’t say a word . . . please,” she’d whispered, leaning closer. “I only mean to borrow this for a moment and return it directly.”
Then she’d lowered her mouth to his.
May 30, 2014 | Cover Reveals