In which our hero and heroine are at impossible odds over a wager that could wreck the wedding.
In which that rogue Jack is preoccupied with thoughts of kissing Miss Henrietta Black.
I am one of those authors who read reviews. I’m just so curious about what people think of the story I created. The problem is that it’s considered poor etiquette to reply to a reviewer, and it’s impossible to address their concerns in a revised version. Except it isn’t. Here’s the story of how and why I revised my novella, Seducing the Single Lady
One of my favorite little things about romance novels are interconnected books and characters that make appearances in multiple stories. It’s like visiting old friend’s every time I encounter them. Here are some of my book hopping characters…
People often ask writers about the sources of their inspiration. In my case, it’s a strange mash up of young adult romances about red-headed orphans and contemporary pop songs…all reinvented as Regency set romances.
In which our hero discovers the girl he left behind is not the woman he’s returning to. Mistaken identities and wicked wagers ensue.