#SixSunday 27: Love Me True

It’s been a frantic month here on the far side but I have all kinds of new things to share — starting with an excerpt from my latest release. Love Me True was a story I serialized in my monthly newsletter but now it’s finalized and unleashed on the world. This snippet is from the beginning of the story. Enjoy!


As he sat, Justin signaled for the footman to fill his glass and then he turned to his companion, resigned to another awkward conversation. “Miss Wheaton, you look lovely.”

The watering debutante’s nose wrinkled with distaste, and then she buried it in her handkerchief again. Justin shrugged, determined to ignore the snub. Really, what could one say to comfort a broken heart? In his experience, it was better to pretend the whole farce of falling in love had never happened in the first place.


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Love Me True

Claribel Wheaton never doubted she’d snare the dashing Lord Ramsbury. She even had a cunning plan to prevent his marriage. Unfortunately, her plans failed quite badly and she unwittingly spends a night in the wrong man’s bed.

Lord Justin is a man in love with the written word and a woman who wouldn’t give him the time of day. When he misplaces a cherished book of prose and fate delivers the woman of his dreams into his arms, he’s honor bound to make it right. But can Justin convince Claribel that his love is true and that being married to a budding poet is everything her romantic heart desires?

A Naughty and Nice standalone regency romance novella.

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