Spare Heirs #2
On Sale: September 6, 2016
Featuring: Lady Evangeline Green; Ash Claughbane
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Meet Ash Claughbane: The Imposter
Lady Evangeline Green is living a lie. To please her family,
she masquerades as the perfect debutant...until she meets
the wickedly charming Lord Crosby. With him, there are no
rules. She's finally free to do as she desires-but freedom
comes with a price, and Lord Crosby is not what he seems...
Ash is not Lord Crosby. He's a con artist, a noble
Spare Heir living off his silver tongue. When the Green
family ruined his, he swore he'd make them pay, and he never
doubted his devotion to revenge...until he met Evangeline.
Now, caught in a web of lies, torn between duty and desire,
what's a con to do but deceive all of London and
steal the one lady who dared match wits with the
15 comments posted.
Re: The Rebel Heir
You have a wonderfully fun way of celebrating. For me a
celebration is family around a table with lots of dumplings
and tea. Most good news is shared and celebrated over dim
sum with lots of chatter and laughter.
(G. Bisbjerg 10:54am September 7, 2016)
Just being around friends and family!
(Colleen Conklin 2:51pm September 7, 2016)
When I have something to celebrate, I like to have a glass
of sparkling apple cider and something special to eat like
shrimp with cocktail sauce or chinese food. I like to keep
it low key.
(Tanja Dancy 2:06am September 8, 2016)
I love your blog and love the way you celebrate. I love to celebrate with a cake and a cup of hot tea and a great book! This one is definitely on my TBR list! Love the cover too!!!
(Bonnie Capuano 7:29am September 8, 2016)
When I celebrate, it involves calling my friend who lives in a different state and going out to get ice cream and sharing it with my Mom and Dad.
(Melinda Marks 2:59pm September 8, 2016)
I like to celebrate with family & do anything, whether we go
out to eat, visit someplace, shopping, or just hang out & talk.
Being with family is my way of celebrating.
(S W 4:23pm September 8, 2016)
We have a celebration every time the family gets together.
That always includes good food, and quite often a cake. We
just celebrated the September birthdays with chocolate cake &
(Diane Sallans 11:37am September 9, 2016)
We celebrate with good food, good wine and good friends.
Sometimes that alone is the celebration!
(Linda Knowles 3:39pm September 9, 2016)
My family celebrates every time sone of us get together, no matter the occasion.
It always looks like a buffet what with all of the foodstuffs that are there. And of
course, the guys like their beer!
(Joy Isley 4:48pm September 9, 2016)
When it's time to celebrate, my son pick's me up and
takes me to his home so he, my grandchildren and I can
celebrate together. For holiday celebrations, I am
usually there for several weeks.
(Irene Menge 7:46pm September 9, 2016)
Our celebrations are a lot more simple and usually weave it's way
around food and family.
(Nancy Luebke 10:04pm September 9, 2016)
with friends and family
(Ann Unger 12:02pm September 12, 2016)
celebrating anything is always fun...usually go to our favorite places to eat and just sit and chat and look at our phones for the latest and greatest info that's out there.
Good luck to all...
(Faye Boss 8:52am September 12, 2016)
Love your picture! lol. You know how to party! Wish I could
see you in NC.
(Sharon Shearouse 11:28am September 12, 2016)
I celebrate with my family, usually with a meal and lots of conversation and fun.
(Anna Speed 12:00pm September 12, 2016)
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