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Love’s Courage Has Arrived!

When my books are published, I get a sense of freedom from my characters. They are finally alive within their story, moving about, living, suffering, loving, and celebrating triumph. This week, with the publication of Love’s Courage,  I can feel Jenny and Andrew free from the bonds of drafting and revision. They are sighing, saying Read More

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A Not-Quite Deleted Scene in Love’s Courage

What could be more dramatic than a scene in which a spy’s message is hidden in a loaf of bread? This happened during World War II, why not during the American Revolution?  And what if, as the message was being exchanged, a soldier from the opposing army appeared? I loved drafting this scene. But, alas, Read More

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Who Was the Woman Embroiled in the World of Spies, Intrigue, and Passion?

Becky Lower, author of The Cotillion Ball series, published this post on her blog, History Imagined  a while back. She graciously allowed me to repost it here. It’s a perfect explanation of the world in which Jenny and Andrew find themselves in  Love’s Courage. Any fan of AMC’s TURN will recognize who Becky is talking about. Read More

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The Next Installment of Love’s Courage

This is the third installment of a Sneak Peek at Love’s Courage. If you missed the first two, you can read them here: First Excerpt and Second Excerpt.   “Shite!” Blurting out “Sorry,” and “Pardon me,” Andrew Wentworth pushed and shoved at the porters, sailors, and merchants who blocked his way as he sprinted along the wharf. Read More

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Another Sneak Peek at LOVE’S COURAGE

Here is the next installment of chapter one in Love’s Courage. It will be released on Jan. 9, but you can pre-order it on Amazon now. If you missed the opening section click here to read it. Chapter 1, continued… Lifting Jenny’s chin, Jonathon forced her to face him. His brows drew together as his Read More