Welcome back to Sunday News!
As most of you know, it’s been a big week for me. My debut novel, The Seduction of Lady Phoebe, released on Thursday, and took off. By 3late that evening it was #23 on Amazon’s Hot New Historical Romance Releases, and climbed to 53 on their bestseller’s list in Regency. I could not have asked for a better debut!!
Heroes and Heartbreakers did a fabulous review. It’s here if you’d like to read it.
I was also on USA Today’s HEA.
For those who’d prefer print, the book is now out in paperback through Amazon.
I’ve joined with the wonderful Eileen Dreyer, Jade Lee, Jeannie Lin, and Sara Ramsey for a RomCon contest. The prize is a preloaded Kindle. Here is the first post.
I’m still on the release blog tour, and will post where I’ll be here. After that I’m back to my regular schedule.
The beach is changing again. If you remember last week, this part was completely full of water from the mangrove swamp.
Here is a photo of how part of the coastline has changed.
These rocks were surrounded by sand.
The water was really a beautiful bluey-green. I tried to capture it.
I almost forgot, I received the cover blurb for the 4th book in The Marriage Game, Desiring Lady Caro, which means I should get the cover soon. It will release in April. Here is the blurb.
Ella Quinn’s bachelors are clever, charismatic—and determined to remain single. Yet one by one, they find that fate—and certain irresistible women—cast doubt on even the best laid plans…
Haunted by her past, Lady Caroline Martindale fled England for the solace of her godmother’s palazzo in Venice. But if Caro was hoping to escape the charms of marriage-minded men, she’s come to the wrong place. And she’ll resort to extreme measures to spurn the advances of a dangerously determined Venetian marquis…
Though most of his friends have married off, Gervais, Earl of Huntley, remains bent on eluding the parson’s mousetrap. But his convictions begin to falter when he arrives in Venice and meets his match in the alluring Lady Caro. What began as a hastily concocted lie to save her from the marquis may become a chance for them both to relinquish their fear—and embrace what they can no longer deny…
What’s your week been like?
Have a great Sunday and a wonderful week!