Six Sentence Sunday #4 : Hardly a Stranger Part 4

Welcome to my last Six Sentence Sunday from Hardly a Stranger. I’ve chosen the final six (ok, it’s 8 – sorry) to show just how annoying the Duke of Staines can be for Francis. Enjoy! * * * Staines gestured to his partially covered chest and grimaced. “Well, whoever it is can wait a little longer. I’m …

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Newcastle Reader and Authors Lunch

A great day was had by all attendees at the Christmas Newcastle Readers & Authors lunch. The venue, Cafe de Beaumont, was fantastic. Thanks Lexxie for choosing the perfect place. The food, and more importantly the dessert menu, was exquisite! From left to right around the table: Lexxie Couper, Elaine Brown, Annie West, Helen Sibbritt, …

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Six Sentence Sunday #3 : Hardly a Stranger Part 3

Welcome to my third Six Sentence Sunday and I’ve chosen my six from just after the duel scene in Hardly a Stranger, with Francis Redding and the Duke of Staines in close proximity. Enjoy! * * * “And I’m far from good nowadays.” The duke squeezed Francis’s backside. “Ask me to repay you properly when you’ve saved …

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Story Excerpt: Chills

Starting this month, I’m going to publish a long excerpt from my published work here on the blog each month. With luck, you’ll be intrigued enough by this teaser to follow the links at the bottom and buy the book from your favorite ebookstore. This month, I’m teasing you with Chills, my first full-length regency romance. Jack …

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Six Sentence Sunday: Hardly a Stranger 2

Yay, this is my second Six Sentence Sunday and I’ve chosen an excerpt from the duel scene in Hardly a Stranger. * * * “Three.” Damn it all. He missed bloody Redding on his days off. He never got into scrapes like this when his servant was around. Lord Silas would never have approached him if …

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