On the blog this week (maybe that should be the blah-g?) we’re talking about the late-winter blahs, which closely resemble the late-in-the-book blahs. I’m also giving away a copy of A Rogue of Her Own.
… Asked Charlotte Windham of Lucas Sherbourne on about page 28 of A Rogue of Her Own. I’ve added Chapter Two to the excerpt (complete with first kiss), right here.
I’ve posted Chapter One from A Rogue of Her Own (due out 3/6/18), wherein, Lucas Sherbourne gets the genius idea that Charlotte Windham should marry him, because that’s just such a practical, sensible, logical thing to do… Yeah, he went there. Happy reading!
For a limited time, The Duke’s Bridle Path, my October duet with Theresa Romain, is on sale for $.99. This is the companion story to How To Find A Duke in Ten Days. Our heroine is an equestrienne, our hero took a Bad Fall long ago, so of course they need a match made on The Duke’s Bridle Path. Gallop away with your copy here!
I’m discussing why reading, chocolate, flowers, and a nice hot cuppa are the stuff of a great new year–honest–and I’m giving away an ARC of A Rogue of Her Own.
On the blog this week, my aspirations going forward into 2018 (of course there’s a duke involved), and a reader’s choice signed book giveaway.