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Release Day - Attracted To The Earl

It's finally release day for ATTRACTED TO THE EARL, book #3 in my Imperfect Lords series. And I have a competition to enter - see below. My hero, Guy Neville, Earl of Argyle is dyslexic. A condition not understood in the Regency era.  This story is dear to me because I am slightly dyslexic and I wondered what my life…

Attracted To The Earl - Love Letters

Attracted To The Earl  releases Tuesday 28 May.   Guy Neville, the second son of the Earl of Argyle is shattered when he learns of his elder brother’s death. Suddenly the idiot, imbecile son is the new earl. How is he to run an estate, or sit in the House of Lords, when he’s unable to read or write? Guy has…

Ancestry

Why is it we are so interested in where we came from? Is it just curiosity, or is it a driving need to see if there are skeletons in our closet? I must admit I was interested. I even sent away for my genealogy results. I don't know why, as there were no surprises at all...Both my mother and father's…

Regency Handbags - The Reticule

My sister collects shoes, she has so many pairs and as she's half a shoe size smaller than me it's annoying that I can't borrow them! Me, I'm a handbag girl. I have so many and what's more I barely use them all. I have a couple of favourites and usually stick to them.  In the Regency era, the women…

First Romance

Someone asked me the other day what was the first romance book I ever read. That's a tough question, I'm not sure my memory is that good. What does surprise me though, is that I clearly remember reading CS Lewis, Enid Blyton, and Edward Stratemeyer as a young girl. Secret Seven, Famous Five, Narnia, and Nancy Drew....I loved stories that fired…

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