Archive for March 18th, 2010

The Marquis of Chase is not a reputable man.

He is notorious for his wretched morals and never received in respectable houses. The ladies of the ton would never allow him in their drawing rooms… though some of them have welcomed him into their bedchambers. Rejected from his father’s house at the age of sixteen, he now lives a life of wanton pleasure. So what could the Marquis of Chase possibly want with Juliana Merton, a lovely, perfectly upstanding shopkeeper with a mysterious past?

A moment’s indiscretion?

A night’s passion?

Or a lifetime of love?

Even the wildest rakes have their weaknesses…


First I’d like to thank Fatin for inviting me to her blog. I can see she has a lot of chatty readers, the best kind. In case you don’t know me, I write historical romance for Avon. My books are set in the ever popular Regency period. Never Resist Temptation came out a year ago, a mystery romance featuring a heroine who was a pastry chef. The Wild Marquis was released this month. The heroine is a rare bookseller, down on her luck, whose business perks up when a rakish marquis with a terrible reputation walks into her shop. It emerges that both of them have mysteries in their pasts that are entwined thought a pair of rival book collectors. Along the way this very unlikely couple fall in love. (more…)

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