The Wrong Woman – A Regency Romance

Published in March 2013, my new Regency romance novel called The Wrong Woman is the first in the Unexpected Love series.

The Wrong Woman Cover

Here’s a short synopsis:

Ten years ago, wealthy and handsome Miles Shepherd, Baron of Revere laughed clumsy and plump Isobel Masters out of any marriage prospects. Now, at the age of 29, Isobel is launching her beautiful younger sister, Cat, into society, and Miles is the first in line to court her.

Though Isobel tries to protest against the man who has caused her so much pain, she knows his fortune and rank will make a good match for her sister. So she resigns herself unhappily to her duties as chaperone. As they spend time together, though, both Isobel and Miles are drawn to each other in a way neither anticipates.

Only hours after Miles finally realizes he’s courting the wrong woman, Isobel is kidnapped. Battling his guilt and memories of his own devastating past, Miles must pray that Isobel will survive so he can tell her that he loves her and that sometimes the woman who seems to be all wrong turns out to be just right.

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My New Novel: The Wrong Woman – original announcement

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The Complicated Joy of Revising – struggles with myself to make the book good

One Week Until The Wrong Woman Debuts! – Cover & Description

The Wrong Woman is here! – Where to buy the book

The Wrong Woman is a Regency romance novel with mild levels of sensuality (i.e. no sex). *

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