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‘To Love a Highland Rogue’ by Collette Cameron

STORY: She’s determined to end her betrothal, but he must make her his at all cost. A Scottish lass determined to end her betrothal. As an infant, Mayra Findlay’s hand was pledged in marriage. So closely has her virtue been guarded, she’s never been permitted a beau—has never even flirted with a man. However, after… Continue reading ‘To Love a Highland Rogue’ by Collette Cameron

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Spotlight on Anna Harrington and ‘When the Scoundrel Sins’

BOOK BLURB: Six years ago, a childish prank perpetrated by the reckless Quinton Carlisle ruined Annabelle Greene's reputation and any chance she had at securing a successful marriage.  Incensed, she moved to her beloved estate on the Scottish border and has reveled in the solitude...until now when the contents of a family will are revealed. … Continue reading Spotlight on Anna Harrington and ‘When the Scoundrel Sins’

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A Chat With…Author Interview With Regina Jeffers

This was such a great interview that I felt compelled not to just reblog, but to buy “His Irish Eve’ for my Kindle AND get “The Phantom of Pemberley” in Audio.
What can I say? I am a sucker for heroes like Adam!
I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did.

Melanie

Chicks,Rogues and Scandals

I have the great privilege of chatting with Award Winning author Regina Jeffers, so take a seat and lets lets get to know a little about Regina…

Regina Jeffers is an award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency, historical mysteries, and contemporary novels. She is a retired English teacher and an often sought after consultant for media literacy and language arts

Frankie Reviews : Hi Regina, Welcome to Chicks, Rogues and Scandals! Thank you for taking the time to chat with me today.  First, what five words would you use to describe yourself?

Regina :Independent, loyal, hardworking, practical, overly critical of self, intelligent (Oops! That is more than five words.)

Frankie Reviews : If you could live in any era and place, when and where would it be? And Why?

Regina :As I have published 30 books which feature the Regency era (1811-1820 England), most people would think that I…

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‘Traitor in Her Arms’ by Shana Galen

STORY: After her late husband leaves her in debt to some dangerous people, Lady Gabrielle McCullough is forced to become a thief. In the intervening years, her skills have not gone unnoticed. After being recruited by the Scarlet Pimpernel, the mysterious do-gooder spiriting aristocrats out of revolutionary France, Gabrielle crosses the Channel for the most… Continue reading ‘Traitor in Her Arms’ by Shana Galen