Thursday, April 17, 2014

Becoming Lady Amherst Gets Some Love In Blogland!

Thank you to Rollin Hand and Cara Bristol for their blog posts and kind words about my latest book, Becoming Lady Amherst.

You can read Rollin's Review here. 

You can read Cara's Recommended Reads post here. 

Becoming Lady Amherst Blurb:

When Miss Sarah McLean causes a scandal in Boston, her father takes her to London in search of a husband.
At her first party in London Sarah insults Lord Amherst who takes her over his knee in an effort to spank some proper manners into her. When his actions come to light, Sarah's father offers him a choice: Marry Sarah or send her back to America where she has no prospects for a husband.
Intrigued by the spunky Yankee Girl, Lord Amherst offers her marriage.
Despite the circumstances of their marriage, Sarah and Jeffrey form a bond and appear headed for a bright future.

That is, until Sarah pretends to be someone she's not.

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  1. What type of story are you working on next?

    1. I'm working on a school teacher and rancher story set in the west about 120 years ago. Very different from Recency.

  2. Read this the other day and absolutely adored it. Sarah's a great heroine.


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