Friday, March 7, 2014

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Lady Isabella Winton waits years to marry her fiancé, but Lord Alexander Fitzroy, a reformed rake, always finds an excuse to delay the nuptials.

With the marriage set for the next month, Fitzroy tells her he is needed in Belgium almost immediately. He warns her it may be dangerous for her to accompany him.

Isabella suspects he is bluffing. Brussels is the centre of a social whirl. She looked forward elaborate dinners and extravagant balls. Fearing Fitzroy may have returned to his rakish ways, she insists on travelling with him.

Isabella is unaware that Lord Everard Ladness, heir to a dukedom, is obsessed with her and will go to any lengths to possess her.

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katy

Meet the author:

I live in a Sussex village near to the Regency towns. Before writing a novel, I visit one of them to soak up the elegance of the architecture, trying to enter the atmosphere of those far-gone times. Whilst walking through narrow cobbled streets, I imagine horse-drawn carriages rollicking past, of ladies in Empire fashion, of feathered bonnets and velvet pelisses, of nankeen breeches and starched cravats. Even today, the same bay-fronted shop windows replete with mullioned windows yawn over narrow pavements. The only changes being the wares; an empire dress swapped for a top and miniskirt. Best of all is stepping down rickety steps into an oak- beamed tearoom, with a leaning floor, where log fires crackle in open grates, the air filled with the rich aroma of tansy and cinnamon cakes.

Katy has a BA(Hons)Psych, BA Eng.Lit and Creative Writing, MA. Hon Doc. for research into complementary methods of pain control.

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59 comments:

  1. Roman Empire Times.Love the togas :)

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  2. I have always enjoyed reading about the south during the time of the Civil War. Gone With the Wind comes to mind!!!

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  3. Enjoying reading about the Industrial Revolution.

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  4. The Tudor period of English history and also the Victorian era.

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  5. I love stories like The White Queen.... also anything pertaining to The Civile War Era....Southern Plantations... that tyow of thing. Thanks so much for the fabulous giveaway and post!

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  6. I like to read set in the Victorian era. I like Regency novels, too.

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  7. Regency or Victorian. Regency mostly, I prefer less repressed dark feelings usually.

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  8. I enjoy stories set in the Edwardian era.

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  9. I love stories about the ancient Inca empire.

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  10. I love the Renaissance era, mostly due to the art and artists.

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  11. The medieval period

    dwarzel at hotmail.com

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  12. Another vote for Renaissance, especially Italy!
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  13. Lauren-Olivia WoodMarch 9, 2014 at 1:39 AM

    The Regency Era is my favorite!

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  14. I think the 20's were neat myself.

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  15. I think I liked the 50's time era where things were starting to pick up.

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  16. I like the Victorian Era.

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  17. The medieval period is my favourite.

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  18. Oooh how I love the Victorian Era. Love those dresses and those men who take care of there lady.

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  19. During the times of the old west and American Frontier <3

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  20. The Medieval or Victorian

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  21. I would say Medieval or Early European

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  22. victorian tiem - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  23. MARIA SIMON..
    LOVE THE 20S REALLY INTERESTING :) THANKS FOR GIVEAWAY

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  24. I love the Renaissance epoch: the release of Art and invention

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  25. I love the 1920's, that was the era when my grandmother was a young woman.

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  26. I like the Renaissance era. Thanks for the chance!

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  27. My favorite is the medieval period.
    Tara Woods

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  28. I like Victorian era
    Julie Hawkins

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  29. I like the Victorian era, especially the clothes from that period.

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  30. I would love the 1950s. Thank you


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  31. The 50's looked like they were a blast :)

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  32. The Jazz Age! sleveene@hotmail.com

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  33. I like the 60's for the music.

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  34. The 1940's were my favorite era.

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  35. My favorite era is the 1900's.
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  36. The 1930's, when people were resourceful!

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  37. World War II is one of my favorite eras to read about.

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  38. My favorite historical era is the Regency Period.

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