“Upon the unexpected death of her parents, Rhianna Braden finds the enigmatic Lord Guilford Kingsley on her doorstep. He escorts her to Kingsley Manor, where family secrets and scandals begin to unfold.
Her uncommon beauty captures the attention of the dashing Lord Thayne Brighton of Ravensleigh, but Rhianna is certain, despite their mutual attraction, that he would never choose her over his wealthy intended. Meanwhile, Lady Lydia Kingsley suspects her husband’s attention to Rhianna has led to an affair between them. Events turn deadly when the truth of their relationship is discovered.
Eventually, Rhianna is forced to make a life-altering decision—while discovering that some secrets are not meant to be kept.”
“Get lost in these ten sweeping tales of passion and love as distinguished noblemen, strong US marshals, dashing pirates, and sexy Scottish lairds whisk you away to other lands. There’s always time to curl up with one of these enchanting heroes from the past.”
To read the book blurb for Rhianna, click HERE.
Today’s the day! Answer Question #10 correctly on the party event page for your chance to win a free ebook copy of Rhianna!
Not only, but there are a host of new questions and games for the final week of the #TRRParty – and don’t forget the $100 gift certificate Grand Prize! The more games you play and questions you answer, the better your chances of winning!
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Starting today and for the entire month of February, both of my historical romantic mysteries, Rhianna and Audra, are on SALE for $1.99! Warm up this chilly winter month with a good read, a cup of cocoa and, preferably, a fuzzy little animal at your side!
Choose RHIANNA if you like French counts, English earls and secret pasts! A coming-of-age tale in the English country-side, filled with twists, turns and duels.
Choose AUDRA if you prefer first loves, secret admirers and kidnappings! A presentation at St. James Court is only the beginning of trouble in this 1830s London story.
Happy reading, everyone!
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