Monday Give Away: A Radical Arrangement by Jane Ashford

Monday, October 5th, 2015 | Give Away Mondays, Regency Romance | 2 Comments

This week I’m giving away a copy of Jane Ashford’s Regency Romance A RADICAL ARRANGEMENT. Just leave a comment below and I’ll toss your name in the hat. Winner to be announced next Monday here on my blog.

Brash and Handsome
Sir Justin Keighley is all wrong for a proper young lady like Margaret Mayfield. Everyone knows he is shocking in his opinions, arrogant in his manner, and completely without respect for the common decencies of civilized society. Margaret absolutely will not marry him-no matter what her parents say.

Beautiful and Shy
Margaret was everything Sir Justin detested in a woman-timid, sheltered, and obedient to a fault. It’s not until she runs away from him that he finds he must give chase. Margaret is discovering she can be bold and rebellious-intrepid enough to do what she must, and more exciting than Justin ever imagined possible. She’s the last woman he would have expected to lead them both into uncharted territory…

Regency Friday: Pre-Order Prize for How To Seduce A Scot

Friday, October 2nd, 2015 | Regency Fridays, The Fountainhead Bookstore | No Comments

Basket Prize


Happy Friday All! I wanted to announce that The Fountainhead Bookstore in Hendersonville, NC is currently taking pre-orders for HOW TO SEDUCE A SCOT coming out December 1st. Now, I know that there are a lot of places you can buy a book, and in this digital age, one stop, one click shopping is easy. But if you take the time to call Val or one of the sweet ladies at the Fountainhead to order your copy, I will of course personalize and sign you book, and your name will be thrown in the hat to win the beautiful basket pictured above. Winner to be announced here on my blog on Monday, Dec 7th.

Just call (828) 697-1870 to pre-order.

Waterfalls Wednesday: Looking Glass Falls

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 | Reflections, Waterfall Wednesdays | No Comments

When I first came to the mountains, long before I moved here, one of my favorite sights from the road was Looking Glass Falls. The sun was to bright when I took this picture, so this photo doesn’t do the waterfall justice…when you come to the mountains of western North Carolina, you’ll need to see it for yourself. It is lovely. But my attempt at a photo will give you some idea at least.


Looking Glass Falls

On my first visit to the falls, this butterfly was there to greet me, and I knew I had come home.

Butterfly on Stone

Monday Give Away: The Rogue You Know by Shana Galen

Monday, September 28th, 2015 | Give Away, Give Away Mondays, Shana Galen, Sourcebooks | No Comments


The Rogue You Know

I am happy to announce that the winner of the┬ácopy of Shana Galen’s latest Covent Garden Cubs series THE ROGUE YOU KNOW is


Lee Garcia!


Congratulations Lee! And thank you all for participating. I’ll be doing more give aways here on my blog as the fall and winter continue, so tune in…


Regency Friday: Gowns

Friday, September 25th, 2015 | Regency Fashion, Regency Fridays, Regency Romance | No Comments

285455_418235184901228_1753753655_nWhen I think of Regency fashion, I think of discomfort. The poke bonnets that cut off your peripheral vision, gloves worn in summer as well as winter, and slippers that lace up your calves. But when I see a pretty muslin gown like this one, I am reminded that the Regency fashions for ladies were much more comfortable than the clothes that came before this period, and after. Stays are better than corsets, and muslin gowns and petticoats were less cumbersome than the layers of the Georgian period and the Victorian period. So the ladies in my novels are more comfortable than their mothers were and their daughters will be. But I’m still glad I can wear my jeans.

Coming in December 2015…