Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction
On Sale: February 4, 2014
Featuring: Carver Danforthe; Molly Robbins
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She Designs Dresses for London's Leading
Molly Robbins is finally stepping
into the spotlight. Her unique dress designs have caught the
eye of London's elite. And if it means her own dress shop,
proper Molly will make a deal with the devil himself—the
notoriously naughty Earl of Everscham. But becoming his
mistress is not a part of their arrangement. It's right
there in the contract's fine print: No Tomfoolery.
He's an Expert at Taking Them Off
Carver Danforthe has a reputation for beautiful
mistresses, cutting remarks, and shirking his
responsibilities—not for indulging the ambitions of his
sister's maid. He must have been drunk when he signed that
blasted contract. The stubborn female may thing she's gotten
the best of him, but what this situation calls for is a
little hands-on negotiating...
All's Fair in
Love and Fashion
60 comments posted.
Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction
oh dear.looking at all this snow..i would love to be taken into another time such as Miss Molly Rogers...sounds charming..
(Mal Kaplan 7:31am February 6, 2014)
It's perfect weather for curling up with a book!
(Jayne Fresina 8:26am February 6, 2014)
I wish we had snow here in LA California!
This sounds really good.
(Penney Wilfort 8:39am February 6, 2014)
Enjoyed reading the excerpt, can't wait to read the book now. Interesting recipes!
(Jean Patton 8:46am February 6, 2014)
I love historical romances and this one sounds great! Thank you!!!
(Bonnie Capuano 8:53am February 6, 2014)
Oh that Carver! Though I have been waiting for his book since forever I
can't help but think him a troublemaker for Molly! I might even hate him.
This will be a love/ hate relationship between us Carver.
(Ki Pha 9:51am February 6, 2014)
Thanks for the excerpt. Looking forward to reading the book.
(Pam Howell 10:04am February 6, 2014)
Pen, as much as I do love the snow and a change of seasons, by the end of winter I am ready for sun!!! Thanks, Jean - I would not advise you to try any of those recipes! Thanks, Bonnie and Pam - hope you get to read the book. And Ki - I KNOW you will grow to love him :)
(Jayne Fresina 10:30am February 6, 2014)
My wife would love this book!
(Richard Proctor 10:42am February 6, 2014)
we have a lot of snow here and i know i curl up with a book
a lot these days i live in PA love the excerpt the book
looks really good cant wait to read this
(Denise Smith 10:45am February 6, 2014)
I love the book's story line & title!
(Maria Proctor 10:50am February 6, 2014)
I'm sure she would, Richard!
(Jayne Fresina 10:55am February 6, 2014)
We're pretty much buried in snow here too, Denise. I think we expect more on Sunday - good thing I have a lot of writing to do! :)
(Jayne Fresina 10:57am February 6, 2014)
Thanks, Maria! This is one of my favourites.
(Jayne Fresina 10:57am February 6, 2014)
This book sounds like a great read!
(Denise Austin 11:07am February 6, 2014)
Thanks, Denise. I had a lot of fun writing this one.
(Jayne Fresina 11:12am February 6, 2014)
Not only have I fallen in love with the cover, but I fell in love with the book, after reading the excerpt you provided today!! This book would make for wonderful reading to finish off the Winter, with a cup of hot chocolate on one side, and my kittens on the other!! You also gave me a little bit of a History lesson, which I was more than thrilled to learn about!! Congratulations on your latest book, which I'm sure is going to do very well!!
(Peggy Roberson 11:16am February 6, 2014)
This historical romance is captivating and wonderful. Best
wishes and much happiness and success.
(Sharon Berger 11:20am February 6, 2014)
I'm in love with this book already!
(Julia Weber 11:27am February 6, 2014)
Thank you, Peggy - I'm fond of this cover too as I think it captures the characters perfectly.
(Jayne Fresina 11:46am February 6, 2014)
Thank you so much Sharon and Julia. I think this book ties up the series just right :)
(Jayne Fresina 11:47am February 6, 2014)
This sounds like a fun read. Thanks for the chance to win.
(Anna Speed 11:48am February 6, 2014)
Oh this book sounds great! Thanks for sharing!
(Colleen Conklin 12:08pm February 6, 2014)
Thanks, Anna, Colleen and L.!
(Jayne Fresina 12:21pm February 6, 2014)
Love historicals and this sounds awesome! Anyone that wants
snow you can have all of mine. I am ready for spring
(Gail Hurt 12:50pm February 6, 2014)
Me too, Gail! At least the sun is out - even with a few feet of snow glistening beneath it! I'm looking forward to spring and hope we get one before summer comes this year.
(Jayne Fresina 12:54pm February 6, 2014)
I like the recipe for the glove perfume. I would never have
thought about that.
(Karin Anderson 12:55pm February 6, 2014)
Would love to read this.
(Tina Lechuga 12:59pm February 6, 2014)
This sounds really good.
(Sue Galuska 1:04pm February 6, 2014)
I kept looping around the comment section a few times until I
figured out that I had to sign in first. Love to read
excerpts to see if the book will be intriguing.
(Diane McMahon 1:25pm February 6, 2014)
Yes, I can imagine gloves were tough to keep clean and prone to dirt, Karin, so a little perfume could mask some of the less pleasant aromas! LOL
(Jayne Fresina 1:28pm February 6, 2014)
Thanks for stopping by to read my post, Tina, Sue and Diane! Hope you enjoy the book.
(Jayne Fresina 1:29pm February 6, 2014)
Great except. .. sounds fun...
(May Pau 2:55pm February 6, 2014)
Can't wait to read Molly's story. You write great books
(Sheryl Nyary 3:21pm February 6, 2014)
Marvelous sounding plot! I love creative stories!
(Anne Hoile 4:08pm February 6, 2014)
Thanks for the giveaway!
(LeeAnne Hardin 4:40pm February 6, 2014)
May, Sheryl, Anne and LeeAnne, Hi!Thanks for stopping by and commenting. It is lovely to see so many people taking part today! I hope you all get the chance to read Molly's story.
(Jayne Fresina 4:46pm February 6, 2014)
This sounds like a wonderful story to get lost in! And thank you for including the old historical recipes. Definitely not something I will be making, but it's a treasure to feel more connected with the characters and the past through your extra research.
(Anna Mekus 5:24pm February 6, 2014)
Hi, Anna. Yes, I am fascinated by the work of household servants in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries - all the rules they had to live by and the things they had to know. It was a tough life. I daresay I would not have been so fascinated if I had to live it though!
(Jayne Fresina 5:40pm February 6, 2014)
(What on earth is flour-butter?)
This sounds like a really interesting Bildungsroman!
(Mary Ann Dimand 6:11pm February 6, 2014)
Looking forward to the contest each month to see if I have won a book.
(Sharon Rabner 6:47pm February 6, 2014)
what fun to read a story from the view of a Lady's maid who I
have a feeling will be moving into a new life soon!
(Diane Sallans 7:09pm February 6, 2014)
Yes, Mary Ann, Molly Robbins certainly does grow throughout this book and so does Carver! I'm not sure who grows the most. Not sure what flour-butter might be -- I wondered if it might be a roux paste?
(Jayne Fresina 7:18pm February 6, 2014)
Hi Sharon and Diane:) Thanks for stopping by!
(Jayne Fresina 7:19pm February 6, 2014)
Your book sounds really interesting. It should be a fun one to read.
(Amy Kincade 8:49pm February 6, 2014)
Can't wait to read, right up my alley.
(Deb Pelletier 9:09pm February 6, 2014)
I'm all in....keeping my fingers crossed!
(Melanie Backus 10:49pm February 6, 2014)
I really like the premise of this; it sounds like a great read!
(Janie McGaugh 11:25pm February 6, 2014)
Thank the Lord and modern science that we don't have to rely on those
I love the cover and the excerpt! Miss Molly sounds like a great unique
(Glenda Martillotti 1:13am February 7, 2014)
Can't wait to read this book. I can't read the excerpt right now b/c it will drive me crazy wanting to finish the book. I have added it to my wish list.
(Ann Gonzalez 7:23am February 7, 2014)
Thank you all and good luck! I really enjoyed writing Molly's story, particularly as she was with me through all four books in the series - starting out as a shy little girl who briefly appears in the first story. So it was extremely sad saying goodbye to her finally at the end! At least I get to share her with other readers now and they can see how she grew up to make her dreams come true!
(Jayne Fresina 7:36am February 7, 2014)
I love reading My Fair Lady theme. I love it when the hero falls for the heroine especially when she is not of equal status. That what makes me sigh.
(Kai Wong 2:42am February 8, 2014)
I love the excerpt, can't wait to read Molly's story and find out how she ends up with her HEA!
(Anita H 5:01am February 8, 2014)
I love fashion and designer clothing. Can't wait to read. Thanks for the giveaway.
(Kathleen Beale 8:14am February 8, 2014)
Thank you all for stopping by and taking part!
(Jayne Fresina 1:47pm February 8, 2014)
I already like Lady Mercy and only wish I was one of her friends! I'd love to see how she somehow gets involved in making her brother see Molly Robbins as she sees her, as someone worthy of love!
(Jeanne Miro 3:47pm February 8, 2014)
Love the recipes thank you.
(Mary Preston 9:12pm February 8, 2014)
Hi Jeanne and Mary! Thanks for reading :)
(Jayne Fresina 10:05am February 9, 2014)
i would love to read this book
(Carolyn Johnson 4:40pm February 10, 2014)
Looks seductive and entrancing and brings Molly up in the
(Alyson Widen 6:07pm February 25, 2014)
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