Monthly Archives: September 2016
Hello lovely readers! I hope September is treating everyone well. It’s certainly been fantastic for Julia Kelly. Monday her new series from Pocket Star debuted on retailers everywhere! You all know Julia from First Draught and because she’s one of my favorite people. Get to know more about Julia in this short interview I did with her the other day. I ask her about her book, whether she’d prefer Thor or Loki, and her Facebook group: Really Old Frocks. If you love corsets, bustles, and fashion, you have to check it out on Facebook or Instagram! Then scroll down to enter the Rafflecopter (I have promised Julia whatever she wants from me, so be sure to enter!)
The Governess Was Wicked
Elizabeth Porter is quite happy with her position as the governess for two sneaky-yet- sweet girls when she notices that they have a penchant for falling ill and needing the doctor. As the visits from the dashing and handsome Doctor Edward Fellows become more frequent, Elizabeth quickly sees through the lovesick girls’ ruse. Yet even Elizabeth can’t help but notice Edward’s bewitching bedside manner even as she tries to convince herself that someone of her station would not make a suitable wife for a doctor. But one little kiss won’t hurt…
Julia Kelly is the award-winning author of sexy historical and contemporary romances about smart women and the men who love them. She picked up her first romance novel and the bad habit of reading well past her bedtime when she was thirteen. Years later, she decided to try writing books of her own and never looked back.
By day, Julia is an Emmy-nominated journalist in New York City where she chases breaking news and bosses reporters around. She never met a pair of stilettos she didn’t love and still stays up too late reading.
Want more Julia interview goodness? Check out this month’s episode of First Draught!
Whether you’re hunkered down with Hurricane Hermine or getting ready for a holiday weekend, I’ve got a sale for you! One Week in Wyoming is officially retiring next week. You can still grab Undressing Cara (my story in the anthology) separately, but this will be the last time you can grab all four stories told in their original interconnecting order. And for only 99 pennies!
Cara and Eli were so much fun to write because they’d both had long distance crushes on each other for years, but never met. In One Week in Wyoming they are finally in the same place at the same time. The only problem is that Cara’s already lived out her fantasy version of Eli on the page, writing him as her most famous hero.
She wrote their love story before they even met.
You’ll have to read the book to find out what happens with the billionaire bad boy of Seattle!