The turn of the New Year is the time for resolutions to change direction and improve one’s life. Which is just what reformed rogue Greville Anders vows when he returns to England, wounded, after having been impressed into the British Navy. Complicating his desire to turn his life around, though, is the lovely daughter of his host, who is just too disdainful and too delicious to resist flirting with. For a chance to win a copy of Greville’s book, SOCIETY’S MOST DISREPUTABLE GENTLEMAN, click here: http://freshfiction.com/contest.php?id=7981
Posts Tagged ‘Amanda’s story’
As time marches on, I’ve spent the last month doing some blog posts–on the evolution of my Wellingford series (“Writing an Unconventional Series,” filed under “The Aspiring Author,”) on research and writing coincidences sparked by a copy edit inquiry (“On Copy Edits and Axminster Carpets,” filed under “Tidbits and Oddities”) and an in-depth character analysis for Hal Waterman (filed under “Behind the Scenes…The Characters.”) Hal is the hero of A MOST UNCONVENTIONAL MATCH, which is releasing this month in Italy under the title “La Sorella della Sposa.”
In the meantime, I’m still trudging along through the wip, story of Greville Anders, the fired estate manager brother of Joanna Anders Merrill, heroine of my current release FROM WAIF TO GENTLEMAN’S WIFE, and Amanda Neville, the girl who spurned WAIF’s hero Ned. BTW, some new reviews just came in on WAIF, now posted on WAIF’s page. Check them out and add your comments!