On the blog this week, I’m rejoicing in the change of seasons, and also starting my ARC list for my first Lady Violet mystery, set to launch in December. Leave a comment here, and let us know what you think of winter’s approach!
I have looked forward to this week for soooooo long! Miss Delightful is now available from all the major retailers, in print, and from libraries. Alasdair and Dorcas get their happily ever after, and Captain Dylan Powell starts eyeing the exits. (He’s not going anywhere without Mrs. Lydia Lovelace.) If you don’t yet have your copy of Miss Delightful, the ordering links are here. Happy reading!
I took a summer hiatus from blogging, and used it to get my third Mischief in Mayfair tale, Miss Dignified, complete in draft. Captain Dylan Powell’s bachelor days (and nights) are numbered, though let’s not tell him that just yet. I am back at the blogging, and this week’s give-away is a $50 Amazon gift card. We’re chatting about the lack of punctuation that characterizes pandemic life, and I do not mean periods and commas. Leave your comment here.
Dare I say I am delighted to announce that Miss Delightful is now on sale in the web store?! This is book two in the Mischief in Mayfair series, a happily ever after for braw, bonnie Major Alasdhair MacKay and the lovely (if lamentably opinionated) Miss Dorcas Delancey. The on-sale date for the major retailers is Sept. 14 (links here), and a print version is already available from Amazon. More print versions coming soon. Happy reading!
And in other news… Book Three in the Mischief in Mayfair series, Miss Dignified, is now up for pre-order. The web store/print/library release date will be on or around December 14, and the retail ebooks will download Jan. 4, 2022. Ordering links here. I suspect there will be a book four, if I can get Xavier Fournier to cooperate…
And in the saving the best for last category… My Rogues to Riches series will wrap up next April with Never a Duke, which sees our very own Ned Wentworth all grown up and on his lonesome. Lady Rosalind Kinwood prevails on Ned to use connections from his unsavory past to help Rosalind search for her missing lady’s maids. Ned is determined to find the kidnapped women–as is Rosalind–but she’s also intent on stealing Ned’s heart! Pre-ordering links here.
Or maybe twice? I hadn’t realized that two Windham novellas–Morgan & Archer, and Jonathan & Amy–were languishing in my Republished Regencies queue. That pair of HEAs has been packaged as The Windham Family Duet, and is available exclusively from the web store (in ebook), while the print version is available from Amazon. More print links to follow, and I will publish this title on all the major retail platforms this fall, promise.
When is a stocking stuffer ever a bad idea? For a limited time, Lady Louisa’s Christmas Knight is on sale for $1.99 at all the major ebook retailers. Most of my readers probably already have this title (originally published in 2012), but if you missed it, or missed the ebook version (or just want to see the spiffy cover update), get clickin’! Ordering links here.
I am gradually getting my depublished anthology novellas back in circulation, first on the web store, then on the retail outlets. Gentleman Seeks a Lady is exclusively available on the web store (for now). This duet includes Architect of My Dreams (from No Dukes Allowed), and A is for Amorous (from Love by the Letters). You can order from the web store here, and a print version is available from Amazon (more print links soon). If you think you might have already come across these novellas, you can read the blurbs here. (Smoochin’, snappy repartee, complications, more smoochin…).
Thanks again to the best readers in the world! Miss Delectable, book one in the Mischief in Mayfair series, hit the USA Today bestsellers list! If you don’t have a copy yet, you can order one for the beach bag/e-reader here.