I even put in a Christmas miracle. Along with towering Georgian wigs, problems in bed (see above), and a marriage proposal in Paris. Your own copy? Kindle: http://amzn.to/11pxOur; Nook: http://bit.ly/149wOHN
I love this! Jemma plays chess in bed (sometimes blinded) in the Desperate Duchesses series.
These days, the romance would involve Quakers. Somehow I don’t think Barbara Cartland’s does.
Lemony Snicket (via meetfandom)
To be fair, Quinn did acknowledge some personal failings. For example, he seldom knew what the people around him were feeling. He had a formidable intelligence and rarely found other people’s thought patterns very surprising. But their emotions? He greatly disliked the way people seemed to conceal their emotions, only to release them in a gassy burst of noise and a tearful exposition.
The Duke Is Mine
That scene, oh my goodness! I pretty much cackled while reading it.
I can’t remember writing this — but hey, that’s true for ALL my heroes! Well, except possibly for Gowan, in Once Upon a Tower, but he’s a fast learner. Now I think of it, for the hero in Your Wicked Ways had quite a lot of learning to do too. I guess we could say that those were my stabs at realism.
All the time.
AS YOU WISH includes two novellas, as “As You Wish” and “Seduced by a Pirate”
What I love about this is that it looks like a wedding in Atlantis—ie, under water.
Every decade gives you more opportunities to join the human race…