Capturing the Carlisles Book 4
On Sale: September 11, 2018
Featuring: Ross Carlisle; Grace Alden
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WHEN OLD DECEPTIONS LEAD TO NEW DESIRES
Ross Carlisle, Earl of Spalding, has dedicated his life to
country. When he discovers secrets that could endanger
forced into an impossible situation—commit treason and race to
London to clear his name before the crown turns against him.
prepared to abandon everything he possesses in order to protect
England, including his life…until he crosses paths with a
keeping her own secrets.
Ten years ago, Grace Alden fled the only life she’d ever
known in order
to protect her son, only to come face-to-face with that past
collapses on her doorstep. They strike a deal—she’ll help
him travel to
London if he helps her reclaim her son’s inheritance. But as
deceptions turn into new desires, will they be willing to
everything they hold dear in order to protect the people
Capturing the Carlisles
15 comments posted.
Re: How the Earl Entices
Lovely cover. I am a fan of Regency romances.
(Susan Jang 3:03am September 13)
Very interesting points made. The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to
(Nancy Reynolds 9:40am September 13)
Wow! I just received an education about the Regency period and found it very interesting. Also, the plot makes me want to read How the Earl Entices. Thank you for the chance to win.
(Anna Speed 11:19am September 13)
Interesting post... thanks for sharing with us!
(Colleen Conklin 12:56pm September 13)
Historical romance is my favorite romance genre to read. I
find there is always something else going on in the story:
secrets, suspense, secondary characters. And the HEA comes
to fruition all within the confines of the rules of the day!
Modern romance - YA, NA, or contemporary - doesn't usually
appeal to me because it lacks the passionate journey and
discovery of the H/h. I really like your Top 5 Reasons. And
I'll just say the clothing....breeches!
(Cynthia Netherton 9:35pm September 13)
I learned something new today. Thanks! Would love to read your book.
(Melanie Rosen 9:53pm September 13)
Every society has its rules and restrictions. If you lived in them, you needed to
know what they were so you could obey them and know how to get around them.
Even today there are a few rules still left that need to be worked around.
I enjoy reading the historicals of any era, partly to discover the societal rules and
to see how they will be broken.
(Patricia Barraclough 11:56pm September 13)
Hi Anna! I loved your other books on audio and I’m sure I’ll enjoy this just
as much! Book hugs!
(MaryAnne Banks 1:54am September 14)
(Emily Stemp 1:28pm September 14)
Anna is right. I never thought of regency romances in
quite those terms but now I'm rethinking that. Hope the
book does great!
(Mary Songer 2:43pm September 14)
Interesting cover. Thanks for this opportunity.
(Nancy Luebke 8:11pm September 14)
I didn't know about no underwear, but knew of private
theater boxes where anything goes back in the Regency
Period. Thanks for the updates to history.
(Alyson Widen 11:56pm September 16)
Great review sounds very good, thank you
(Penney Wilfort 12:42pm Monday)
I have never thought of regency romances in quite this way.
Very interesting post. Makes me want to read more regency
(Mary Songer 4:18pm Monday)
The cover is so beautiful! I love to read historical romance
books and this once sounds so spicy and interesting. Would
love to read it!
(Traci Watts 8:53pm Monday)
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