His offer leads them into temptation...
Infamous Somertons #2
On Sale: November 21, 2016
Featuring: Amelia Somerton; Brandon St. Clair, the Earl of Vale
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Brandon St. Clair, the Earl of Vale, has never been one
follow the rules. Even though he must marry a wealthy
heiress so that he can be rid of the pile of debt he
inherited with his title, he canâ€™t stop thinking of
Amelia Somerton is the daughter of an infamous art forger
and is not a suitable wife. But that doesnâ€™t stop
from making Amelia a different offer, the kind that
every rule of etiquetteâ€¦
Sin runs in Ameliaâ€™s family. And even though she now
elbows with the aristocracy, she knows the truthâ€”she has
ability to forge priceless works of art. Sheâ€™ll never be
seen as an acceptable wife, not that she wants to marry,
anyway. So when the earl scandalously offers her the one
thing sheâ€™s always dreamed of, she canâ€™t help but take
But what begins as a simple arrangement, soon escalates
much more, and as the heat between them sizzles, each
encounter becomes a lesson in seductionâ€¦
12 comments posted.
Re: Real Earls Break the Rules
Thank you Fresh Fiction for hosting me!
(Tina Gabrielle 8:53am November 23, 2016)
I love the variety of characters out there... interesting individuals that have stories to share whether they are commoners, royalty, etc.
(Colleen Conklin 12:02pm November 23, 2016)
I enjoy a lot of types of heroines. Intrepid ones are
probably my favorites, though, regardless of any other
characteristics or status.
(Janie McGaugh 1:18am November 24, 2016)
Thank you Colleen Conklin! Yes, I do love variety in my characters. I like
writing the commoners as well as the royalty. It makes for a fun and diverse
(Tina Gabrielle 11:42am November 24, 2016)
Thank you for commenting Janie McGaugh! Intrepid is a good choice!
(Tina Gabrielle 11:43am November 24, 2016)
Yes, I love all types of heroines.
(Mary Smith 11:37am November 25, 2016)
Thanks for commenting Mary Lynch! I enjoying writing strong heroines.
(Tina Gabrielle 11:28am November 26, 2016)
I don't like any one type of heroine. It all depends on the story which one will fit
best. Of the ones you listed, the Bluestocking would be my favorite. A lady
down on her luck is another favorite.
(Patricia Barraclough 8:58pm November 27, 2016)
I love variety, but my favorites are strong, sassy, feisty, educated women.
(Sharon Mitchell 2:10am November 29, 2016)
Hi Patricia. A lady down on her luck sounds like a great idea. I'll have to think of this for a future story!
(Tina Gabrielle 11:28am December 3, 2016)
Hi Shannon! Strong, feisty, and sassy describe my heroines best. They make for a great romance.
(Tina Gabrielle 11:30am December 3, 2016)
Among the products listed on the site, which one is the
(Ross Jonnes 4:33am December 3)
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