To celebrate the month of Love, I have a special gift for all my readers!
Just click here to download your free PDF of scrumptious chocolate recipes inspired by my sinfully delicious hero in SWEETER THAN SIN
In other book news, I’m delighted to announce that new editions of my
Dangerous Liaisons Series are now available at a special low price!
They’ve been re-edited and redesigned with great new covers!
I’m also excited to announce that MURDER ON BLACK SWAN LANE, the first book in my new Regency-set historical mystery series, written under my Andrea Penrose nom de plume, is now available in bookstores and online!
Book Two, MURDER AT HALF MOON GATE, will be out
March 27th, and is currently available for preorder.
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My Andrea Penrose Regency Mysteries are now available in special new e-book editions
Mystery, murder and mayhem—with a dash of romance
. . . and chocolate!
Still wearing my Andrea Penrose plumed shako, I’m delighted to annnounce that I’ve released spiffy new e-book editions of The Lady Arianna Regency Mystery series—with special new covers and a special new low price!
“Andrea Penrose bursts into the world of historical mysteries with a book that will delight readers….I can’t wait to get my hands on the next installment!”
-Tasha Alexander, author of “Dangerous to Know”
“A mouthwatering combination of suspense and chocolate!”
-Lauren Willig, author of “The Secret History of the Pink Carnation”
“A mysterious lady, bent on revenge, and a mystery-solving Lord will take you on a thrilling ride through Regency England in this smashing debut novel.”
-Victoria Thompson, author of “Murder on Sisters’ Row“
If you enjoy a strong, clever heroine matched with a dashingly brooding hero, I hope you’ll give them a try!
Now, on to more Regency goodies . . .
Have you ever wondered where authors get the inspiration for their heroes and heroines? Well, I have an art background, so I’m a very visual person and love to look at historical paintings to help me picture my characters. (This is Lord Granville Leveson-Gower above on the left, who was called the most handsome man in England. He’s pretty dishy, isn’t he? But I have a feeling he would be have been quite a handful in more ways than one!) You can see other seductive men and alluring women on my Pinterest boards.
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