Tuesday, 5 July 2011

The Wounded Hero ... and all that buttery Regency goodness

Kindle edition
Woo- hoo! My first ever Regency is now on sale at Kindle. "The Uncatchable Miss Faversham" by Elizabeth Moss.

Not my real name, you understand. Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink. But it will be my pen-name for my Regency romances.

This first one has a wounded hero with scars and a limp, the forbidding Nathaniel, Lord Sallinger. The heroine is the wealthy Miss Eleanor Faversham. Nathaniel has her down as "an incorrigible flirt!" but secretly Eleanor has been pining for him. And that's no surprise. Despite his looks, Nathaniel is a fantastic lover, and neither of them have forgotten their one night of passion years ago. After which, of course, it all went pear-shaped ...

No reviews yet.

I'm a little scared of the reviews, to be honest. But if they are even a little bit positive and help sales, I will be happy!

So if you can buy the book - currently selling at a VERY low price - do please leave a review. It's very cheap, but if you're unsure, you can download a sample of the book to your computer, laptop or Kindle  here in the UK -- or here in the US.

Or just click and buy for your Kindle.

2 comments:

  1. I'm just a few chapters in and the atmosphere fairly sizzles - though N is a bit of a herbert regarding Miss F. Not to be wondered at I suppose - though I'm enjoying the book hugely. Makes a change from the heavy stuff I'm reading at the moment :)

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  2. Thanks for letting me know!

    I'm so pleased it's got a readership at last, frankly. You work so hard on a book ... and then no one gets to read it, you know?

    Nathaniel is a bit of a herbert, yes. But he was so hurt when Eleanor rejected him first time, he finds it hard to believe, I suppose, that her rejection wasn't down to his scarred face and limp.

    Men are quite vulnerable about being manly, aren't they?

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