I’m so excited–it’s release day for my newest regency, An Heir of Uncertainty!
A mystery wrapped in a romance, it’s the story of the two possible claimaints for a title and the dazzling fortune that comes with it: Colonel Win Vaughan, distant cousin to the late Earl of Radbourne, and the child that Lina, the earl’s young widow, is carrying. Only one can inherit, so when danger begins to swirl around Lina and her unborn child, can she possibly trust Win?
You can order An Heir of Uncertainty here. I hope you enjoy it!
Today on All About Romance, I was mentioned in their article on the “Buried Treasures” of 2013. Thanks go to reviewer Caz Owens for thinking of me!
Over at the AudioGals site, the wonderfully articulate and perceptive Caz has written a review of the audiobook version of Lord of Secrets, giving the content an A- and the narration a B-. I’m always grateful for reviews (even the unfavorable ones, as long as they mention what didn’t work for them so I’m not left lying awake at night, wondering, wondering…). I particularly appreciate the kind of thoughtful and detailed look Caz always takes at a story.
(And you don’t have to be an advance reader to pre-order or learn more about the book. All you have to do is click here.)
I just received my first review for An Heir of Uncertainty, my upcoming (March 10) release. Romantic Times Reviews gives the book four stars and calls it “a mystery rolled into a love story that is both exciting and tender.” They also single out one of the secondary characters, Freddie, calling him a “standout.” Thanks, RT!
Here’s a sneak peek at the cover of my upcoming regency romance, An Heir of Uncertainty. I think it captures the suspenseful, gothic feel of the romance.
An Heir of Uncertainty will be relased on March 10. You can pre-order the book here.
It’s the 19th of the month, and that means I’m blogging again at Romancing the Past. Today I’m talking about the meaning of the familiar line from Jingle Bells, “Bells on bob tails ring…”
At All About Romance today, reviewer Caz takes a look at A Tryst With Trouble: “it’s just the thing when you’re looking for a pick-me-up read.”