I know many of you were wondering which story would come out next… the most popular guesses were Elizabeth’s story, or the story of Julia and the Duke of Clarence. For those of you who guessed Julia, you were correct! As for her hero….
This is the second story book in The Unconventional Ladies series, which is published by Dragonblade Publishing. The series is everything I love about historical romance and writing about strong women. It has also been quite a bit of fun researching a variety of aspects of the Regency era.
Lady of Fortune can be read as a standalone book, and is available through Amazon. It is included in Kindle Unlimited. However, if you missed Lady of Mystery, the first in the series, you can find it here!
Julia and Eddie both such sweet and loving characters, but there was so much that stood in their way. I can’t wait for you to read this one.
She’s determined to make a difference...
Raised to believe the world is open to her, Lady Phoebe Winters reads periodicals and newspapers with growing upset. Everything within her world is shaped by a man’s point of view. Why must women stand idly by, being told what to do and how to do it? It seems to be accepted within their society — until she decides to do something about. Using her inheritance, she begins a small publication, written by women, for women. It’s a risk, but one for which she is willing to sacrifice.
He’s intent on stopping her...
Jeffrey Worthington, the Marquess of Berkley, has held a position of responsibility since the death of his father at a young age. He is a man who enjoys the constancy of life. Despite the fact that his four sisters and younger brother are forever demanding his time and attention, his maintains order and control of all other aspects of life.
As they grow closer, secrets become harder to keep...
The Women’s Weekly begins to cause a stir among women of the nobility, and the peerage determines it must be shut down before it causes consequences from which they could never recover. Jeffrey is tasked with finding the perpetrator and halting production of the publication. He reluctantly agrees, despite the fact that it will detract from his attempt to court the lovely Lady Phoebe, and causes growing controversy between the two of them. When he finally determines the publication’s owner, what will he put first — love or duty?
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