Tag Archives: world war 1

A Hundred Years Ago

For women, remaining single today doesn’t carry the same stigma as it did 100 years ago. You know the words associated with single women—spinster, old maid, dependent aunt, family drudge. Single women were pretty much seen as a burden to … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Darcy’s Hope Beauty from Ashes

I’ve been lucky to meet Ginger Monette through a shared love of romance and the First World War. Her new book features the familiar characters of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett against the turbulence of the Great War. Ginger lives … Continue reading

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Free Until 5/13—A Kiss and a Dream, Historical Romance

I’m happy to say A Kiss and a Dream is free on kindle until 5/13. I hope you will download the story and leave a review! She escapes with a dead woman’s name and finds sanctuary with a widower reeling … Continue reading

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Meatless Mondays

It’s funny how we constantly reinvent the past. And while few people admit to liking history, we always seem to be reliving it. Take the recent phenomenon called Meatless Mondays. The idea is to give up meat and start switching … Continue reading

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Free Historical Romance

Lieutenant Lucien Duplan is wounded and trapped behind German lines. To reach the Dutch border and freedom, he needs Madeline Thevenet—a woman who eases his pain but is destined to become a nun.   Aiding the man responsible for her … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal—The Christmas Ship

Here’s the beautiful cover for my soon-to-be released historical romance.

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A Gift From St. Nick, Chapter 2

Chapter Two No. No? Lenore Kerrigan watched Hans Lubeck’s broad shoulders disappear into the forest of freight. How could he say no? Her students were counting on her. She squared her narrow shoulders. She would ensure her students’ Christmas gifts … Continue reading

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