The Seduction of Lady Phoebe
Marriage Game #1
On Sale: September 19, 2013
Featuring: Marcus Finley; Phoebe Stanhope
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Polite society has its rules for marriage. But for Ella
Quinn's eligible bachelors, their brides will show them that
rules are for the weak of heart...
Phoebe Stanhope is not a typical Lady. As feisty as she is
quick witted, no one can catch her, especially when she is
driving her dashing phaeton with its perfectly matched
horses. And unlike her peers, experience has guarded her
against a growing list of would–be suitors. But when
she encounters Marcus Finley, what she fears most burns deep
within his blue–eyed gaze...
For Lord Marcus, the spark of recognition is but a moment in
the love he has held these many years. Now that he's
returned to England, all the happiness he desires rests on
Lady Phoebe never finding out that he was the one who turned
her heart so cold and distant. He must work fast to gain the
advantage—to convince her what she wants is exactly
what she denies—but in order to seduce her into his
arms, he must be willing to give up more than he can control...
24 comments posted.
Re: The Seduction of Lady Phoebe
loved your blog on secondary characters! The Seduction of Lady Phoebe rocks!
Warmly, Lindsay Mckenna
(Lindsay McKenna 1:33pm September 29, 2013)
Thank you so much, Lindsay. What a lovely thing to say!!
(Ella Quinn 1:38pm September 29, 2013)
Ella - I do love secondary characters. They can add so much to the story. Thanks for the peek into Lady Phoebe's secondary characters!
(Kary Rader 2:15pm September 29, 2013)
Kary, I agree. I love my secondary characters. I'm glad you liked the post!
(Ella Quinn 2:27pm September 29, 2013)
What a cute interview. You were very nearly overrun, Ella! Those secondary characters can be a handful, a delightful handful, but a handful nonetheless! It's those types of characters that add so much color and flavor to a great read.
(Pamela Bolton-Holifield 3:38pm September 29, 2013)
I know, Pamela. Thankfully the ladies held to the quarter hour visiting rule. Thank you for coming by!
(Ella Quinn 4:05pm September 29, 2013)
Wonderful post, Ella! I love secondary characters! Especially the ones who surprise you by demanding their own story :) Congrats on the release!!
(Jennifer Lowery Kamptner 10:12am September 30, 2013)
They are the best kind, Jennifer!! Thank you for visiting!
(Ella Quinn 10:45am September 30, 2013)
Intriguing characters. Went straight to my "To Buy" list.
Congratulations on the release.
(B Irwin 12:53pm September 30, 2013)
Thank you so much!! I really appreciate it!
(Ella Quinn 1:14pm September 30, 2013)
Thanks so much!1 I love secondary characters!!
(Cate Sparks 7:10pm September 30, 2013)
Thank you, Cate!! Me too!.
(Ella Quinn 7:28pm September 30, 2013)
I think secondary characters add so much to a story. It means we, as the
readers, may get to enjoy those characters for a longer period of time. I
love when authors give secondary characters their own story. Your book
sounds wonderful! Congratulations and thanks for the chance to win!!!
(Linda Brennan 9:41pm September 30, 2013)
These do sound like great secondary characters. I look forward to reading more about them.
(Janie McGaugh 10:09pm September 30, 2013)
There have been times where I've read books, and the secondary characters have actually ran away with the book, so to speak!! I can't wait to read your book, and see what impact your characters have had on this story. If your secondary characters have run away with the story, it's not a bad thing. It actually makes the book a more interesting, and unexpected read!! Thank you for a most delightful posting!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:13am October 1, 2013)
I completely agree! Some people like only the H/H but not me. Thank you, Linda, and good luck in the contest!
(Ella Quinn 12:16pm October 1, 2013)
Thank you for your comment, Peggy!
(Ella Quinn 12:18pm October 1, 2013)
Hi Ella. I think the secondary characters will make the story more complicated to read. But thats fun and more interesting to enjoy
(Rina Darmayanti 5:41pm October 1, 2013)
looks like another good read:)
(Barbara Studer 10:59pm October 1, 2013)
Secondary characters show us a lot about the main characters, with interactions, comments and past history to bring to the story. Look at 'Groundhog Day'! And in a longer piece of writing, the reader actually does want to know if it worked out okay for the secondary characters too.
(Clare O'Beara 9:03am October 3, 2013)
Hi Rina, I agree with you on both counts. Thank you for commenting.
(Ella Quinn 11:54am October 3, 2013)
Thank you, Barbara!!
(Ella Quinn 11:54am October 3, 2013)
Great analogy Clare!
(Ella Quinn 11:55am October 3, 2013)
Secondary characters help the main ones shine and also give
them someone to bounce ideas off.
(Alyson Widen 5:35pm October 31, 2013)
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