The Rise of a Forsaken Lady: A Historical Regency Romance Novel

August 7, 2019 - Comment

She was his wonderful secret that he never wished to share… Lady Penelope Dawson has had enough of her brother’s antics. Openly disgruntled by his persistence to marry her to his childhood friend, the Baron of Hillbrook, she finds herself at her wits’ end when one of her Earl brother’s parties goes awry and a

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She was his wonderful secret that he never wished to share…

Lady Penelope Dawson has had enough of her brother’s antics.

Openly disgruntled by his persistence to marry her to his childhood friend, the Baron of Hillbrook, she finds herself at her wits’ end when one of her Earl brother’s parties goes awry and a bodyguard is assigned to protect her.

Newly-hired footman, Heath Moore, quickly discovers that serving as the bodyguard of the beautiful but elusive Lady Penelope just might be his hardest task yet. Especially when it becomes apparent that not only is he hopelessly in love with her, but she is also a target.

When a body is discovered on the Dawsons’ lands, and Penelope’s brother is accused of murder, Heath must reveal a secret of his own. His true identity holds the key to the riddle and quite possibly, to the salvation of the Crown itself.

*If you like powerful Dukes, loving Duchesses and a marvelous depiction of the majestic Regency and Victorian era, then The Rise of a Forsaken Lady is the novel for you.

Emma Linfield’s 17th book is a historical Regency romance novel of 80,000 words (around 400 pages). No cheating, no cliffhangers, and a sweet happily ever after.

Pick up “The Rise of a Forsaken Lady” today to discover Emma’s amazing new story!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Delicious storytelling. Oh what a fabulous story. I have just finished it and wished it could have carried on forever. It was full of exciting plots and twists and turns, sad bits as well. Brilliant storytelling. Just read it.

Anonymous says:

Excellent I enjoyed this book plenty going on and she did not see him as a footman full of intrigue and I did not get the villain until near the end well worth a read

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