Just a quick reminder that The Secret Christmas Ciphers is free this weekend, June 2 and 3. If you enjoy historical romances, you’ll want to download this one. You can’t beat the price. 🙂
And if you’re a Regency lover (or discover you enjoy reading about that period in history), you might enjoy my other Regency romances, My Elusive Countess and Compromising Situations.
My Elusive Countess recently received a very nice review from the Regency Reader site, in which the reviewer commented:
I like that the heroine is from the merchant class, but shows real class through her forebearance and kindness. And her actions throughout the novel demonstrate this, its not just delivered through a few punchy monologues. I also found her descriptions of the young lad endearing rather than annoying, which was a relief.
In any case, thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy this first weekend in June.
Oops! I forgot to include a title for my post yesterday when I posted here about my new book, The Secret Christmas Ciphers. I’m not sure how much difference that makes, but to be on the safe side, I decided to mention again that the ebook version will be free on Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3. If you are so inclined, I invite you to download it and, if you enjoy it, to say so on Amazon in the review section.
And if you’re interested, here’s a blurb about the book:
Abigail can’t explain, even to herself, why she married Derek after he’d asked her to wait for him and then became engaged to someone else. If his poor fiancée had not died, he would now be wed to her instead of Abigail. But then Abigail begins uncovering some of the secrets that are a part of her husband’s life and wonders if perhaps there is hope for their marriage after all.
Abigail and Derek
Derek, Lord Westdale, wasn’t sure why Abigail married him; she obviously despised him. On the other hand, he knew exactly why he was marrying her: she was the only woman he would ever love, despite his having offered marriage to another. Unfortunately, he can’t seem to convince Abigail that he never really betrayed her after all.
Can their decoding of a secret Christmas cipher bring an end to their misunderstandings and help them create their own special Christmas tradition?
I’m excited! Not only do I have a new book available (a Regency novella), but I’m also offering the ebook version free this coming Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3.
The Secret Christmas Ciphers
Why offer an ebook free? Hopefully, to attract new readers. If you’re one of my former readers, feel free to download the free book. If you enjoy it, I hope you’ll review it on Amazon. You can also “like” the book and “tag” the book if you wish.
In any case, I hope you’ll check back Saturday or Sunday to download The Secret Christmas Ciphers.
See you this weekend!