New Regency Historical Release and Book 5 in a Popular Contemporary Romance Series
A Scandalous Passion, Book 2 in her Sins and Scandals series
"In the aftermath of her father’s scandalous death, Lady Caelie Laytham has become a pariah, her hopes of making a suitable match beyond repair. With no prospects, she reluctantly sets out for Italy by ship in hopes of a better life. Lady Caelie has no better luck with the rough seas than she does with society and before she knows it, she is on her way back to London in the company of the disreputable Earl of Huntsleigh
Spencer Kingsley, Earl of Huntsleigh, believes he has outrun his grandfather’s demand that he marry by sailing as far from London as possible. Spence has witnessed firsthand the damage wrought by marriage, and the closest he is willing to get to the institution is his regular trysts with the ton’s wives and widows. So when he finds himself put ashore with the lovely Lady Caelie and no proper chaperone, he is certain the desperate innocent will do anything to save her own reputation — including putting an end to his bachelor days.
But as scandal looms and an old lover’s revenge threatens to ruin them both, passion ignites. Can they work together to achieve what each believed they have always wanted?
Or will fate intervene — and give them what they truly need…" -- KellyBoyce.com
My other friend -- who is also my cousin -- as well as fellow Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada member Julianne MacLean also has a new release:
The Color of a Memory, Book 5 in her Color of Heaven series
"Audrey Fitzgerald believed she was married to the perfect man - a heroic firefighter who saved lives, even beyond his own death. But a year after losing him she meets a mysterious woman who has some unexplained connection to her husband....
Soon Audrey discovers that her husband was keeping secrets, and she feels compelled to dig into his past. Little does she know, this journey of discovery will lead her down a new path to the future - a future she never dared to imagine." -- JulianneMacLean.com
What books are you waiting for this summer?