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Marry in Scarlet — May 26, 2020

Marry in Scarlet

Marry in Scarlet

Book #4 in my "Convenient Marriage" series

Finally, it’s George’s story. 
The Duke of Everingham, cold, arrogant, hotly pursued by match-making mamas and their daughters. God’s gift to women.
But not all women. 
Fiery, independent tomboy, Lady Georgiana Rutherford has no interest in dukes. Lady George is more interested in dogs and horses—and she lets the duke know it. She’s a challenge to his masculine pride — and her leggy grace and fiery spirit haunt his dreams. 
The duke is a  hunter to the bone so, deciding he wants her, he
sets out to entrap her. 
A quarrel gets out of hand, passion spills over and scandal results. Lady George must battle it out with His Grace of Arrogance.
Who will win? Or will love conquer all?

MARRY IN SCARLET is available in paperback, e-book and audio.
May 26 2020

Here’s the Marry in Scarlet page with more information.
You can read an excerpt here. 

A multi award winner

Marry in Haste

A multi award winner

The book that launched my "convenient marriage" series

Marry In Haste  won the 2018 HOLT Medallion Award for outstanding literary fiction in the Historical category, from the Virginia Romance Writers.  Thank you to the organizers, and congratulations to all the other winners and  finalists.

It also won three awards from the Australian Romance Readers Assoc’n (ARRA) Awards, winning

 * Favourite Historical Romance
Favourite Couple from a romance published in 2017 (Cal and Emm from MARRY IN HASTE).

Also at ARRA I was voted the Favourite Australian Romance Author. 
Thank you to the ARRA organizers, and congratulations to all the other winners and  finalists.

  Marry In Haste came out in 2017. It was the start of a brand new new series, and stars a very masculine hero, who really needs to learn how to handle women. Hint: they’re not the same as soldiers. I had a lot of fun writing this book — some might say torturing the hero, but really, it’s for his own good. You’ll meet several former soldiers, a heroine who thinks she’s lost all hope of love, marriage or children, a gaggle of uncontrollable young women (or so my hero thinks) a tremendously snobbish headmistress, a daffy aunt and a scary one, an unsquashable schoolgirl, a wolfhound, a poodle (except he’s really a man) and many more. You’ll even meet a beloved character from The Chance Sisters series.

You can read a snippet or two from MARRY IN HASTE here.
You can read about book #2, MARRY IN SCANDAL, Lily’s story, here.

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