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New Story on the Horizon!

I know,  I’ve been terrible about blogging for the past year. It’s been very stressful and in a nutshell I haven’t had an easy time of it. I do apologize.

But…on the plus side, I do have a new story (novella) that will be released before the end of the month. My hope is no later than March 24th, and possibly earlier. The book is written and edited and is now in the proofreading stage so it shouldn’t be much longer.

Enough of my blabbing, here’s a little about the book!

Lady Worthe Cover

The last thing Jane Cavanaugh would ever expect is to be married—she is an invalid, after all—but that doesn’t mean she can’t help with her sister’s husband hunt! (Even if it is with a wee bit of reluctance.)

The last thing Gareth, Lord Worthe would ever want to do is to fall in love with his closest friend’s younger sister.

But fate just might have something else in store for these two…

Please note, this novella is approximately 23,500 words.


~*~A little note on Passions of a Gentleman I am still working on it, very slowly. I’ve made a tangle of gargantuan proportions with the timeline and sorting it out has been a trick. But I AM still working on it and that should be my next book released. ~*~

14 thoughts on “New Story on the Horizon!”

  1. Yay! A new story by you. I look forward to the chance to read it.

    Sorry that things have been so stressful. I definitely get that. I’ve been in various stages of stress for at least four months now. Well, technically for a year, but the last four months have been worse. Hope things get better for you.

    I see Harriet is still giving you problems. First she didn’t like the (original) hero you picked for her. At least that worked out well for her sister. Now the timeline is giving you trouble. Speaking of the timeline. Does this new novella fit somewhere into that timeline? Or is more disconnected?

  2. Really excited to read the novella. I’m sorry that you’ve been stressed and I hope things are getting better.

    Please don’t worry about your readers. I’d like to believe we are a loyal bunch and we know you are a wonderful writer. You warned us last yr that you were shifting your focus to your family in hopes of a better balance. So fewer books is no surprise.

    Be well and happy writing!

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