Tag: regency

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Do you know the secret language of flowers?

Flowers have been used in courting for years, and the Victorian era solidified our ideas of the language of flowers, which existed as early as the Regency period…

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‘Always the Wallflower’ is out!

Can you believe it? Always the Wallflower is now out! This is the fifth book of my Never the Bride series, and I’m so thrilled that so many of you are loving it!

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Medieval romance vs Regency romance

Okay, here we go: it’s time to decide which is the best, medieval romance or Regency romance. Let me just be upfront right now and say that I have written romances in both the medieval era and the Regency era. I love reading books based in both of those eras, and a few in and around that! But they are incredibly different… Medieval romances … Read More Medieval romance vs Regency romance

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‘Always the Best Friend’ is out!

I am so excited to announce that Always the Best Friend is now out! This is the fourth book of my Never the Bride series, and the 5* reviews are pouring in! Make sure you grab this gorgeous Regency romance and let me know what you think! Always the best friend and never the bride – it was a trap she never saw coming… … Read More ‘Always the Best Friend’ is out!

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The reviews are in!

I’ll admit it: I was a little worried what my lovely readers would think of my latest book, Always the Courtesan. It’s very different from my other books, and I was concerned that people wouldn’t want to read about a young Regency lady who was abducted and forced to work in a brothel. Well, the reviews are in: and you love it! “Enjoyable and … Read More The reviews are in!

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Always the Courtesan is on pre-order!

You know that book I mentioned that I’d finished? It’s now available for pre-order! Always the courtesan and never the bride – it’s a life she never chose and cannot escape… Indulge yourself in book 3 of the bestselling Never the Bride series. Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited! Lady Honora Lennox hasn’t gone by that name in three years – not since she was abducted … Read More Always the Courtesan is on pre-order!

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Completing a book in lockdown

In my last blog, I talked about the weirdness of trying to write in lockdown, and how hard I was finding that. I am always honest with my readers, and so I wanted to share some of the process that went on behind the scenes. You can read it here. So many people reached out and shared that they, too, were finding it a … Read More Completing a book in lockdown

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New book! Always the Chaperone

Have you ever been left on the sidelines? Completely ignored? Passed over for another? Then you know exactly how my latest heroine feels. Lady Charlotte St. Maur, spinster and chaperone, is tired of society and is ready to stop agreeing the chaperone the next generation – until she catches the eye of a rather dashing Major who has now ascended to a title… The … Read More New book! Always the Chaperone

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New Emily Murdoch book on pre-order!

The news is finally out: I have a new SIX BOOK series publishing contract with Dragonblade Publishing! Isn’t she absolutely GORGEOUS? It has been so difficult keeping this secret to myself, and I know you’ll all forgive me for keeping schtum until the very last moment. This beauty is on pre-order right now for just $0.99, so grab her while you can – and … Read More New Emily Murdoch book on pre-order!

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Once Upon a Christmas Wedding is LIVE!

I cannot believe it is here – after keeping it under wraps for so long, Once Upon a Christmas Wedding is live and ready for you!

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Emigrating with an Earl is released!

I am so excited – Emigrating with an Earl, the very last book in my Ravishing Regencies series is out! You should definitely check it out, it’s one of my most popular books from my Review Team! Let me know what you think! Read it here.

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Dukes, Viscounts, Earls oh my!

It’s difficult to read a historical romance these days without getting utterly overwhelmed by titles. Dukes, Earls, Viscounts, Counts: every single man seems to need a title to be attractive, and that can make things complicated. Take William Lennox, Duke of Mercia, for example (spoilers: he’s a character in a new book that will be published next year!). To his brother, he’s Will. To … Read More Dukes, Viscounts, Earls oh my!