The Little Black Dress edition of The Rules of Gentility–out today in the UK and elsewhere!
Here’s the back cover blurb:
Fashion and charitable works are all very well–but what’s a Regency girl got to do to get married around here?
Regency heiress Philomena Wellesley-Clegg is not short of offers. Unfortunately those doing the offering–two lords, a viscount and a mad poet–all fall short of her expectations. But she’s about to meet Mr Inigo Linsley. Unshaven, wickedly handsome and hiding a scandalous secret, he simply isn’t Philomena’s type–so why can’t she stop thinking about how good he looks in his breeches?
Pride and Prejudice meets Sex and The City in this ravishing Regency romp about boys, bonnets and breaking the rules.
Isn’t that cool? And the sort-of sequel, A Most Lamentable Comedy, will be released in March 2009.
Today I’ve joined the History Hoydens–I’m blogging over there about local history, the town of Bladensburg, Maryland. Come and check it out.
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