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Please give Amelia a warm welcome!
Good morning! I’m thrilled to be at Romance Dish. I met the lovely PJ Ausdenmore at the Romance Writers National Conference in NYC recently. Thank you for having me here to talk about my latest Regency romance A Gentleman Never Tells.
The first thing I want to ask is “Have you ever been caught doing something that you shouldn’t be doing?” I sure have and it’s never been pleasant. Just recently I was on a diet, wanting to lose a few pounds before the Romance Writers Conference and my husband caught me munching on a Snickers candy bar! Maybe you were filing your nails at the office when you should be filing your boss’s important papers? Or maybe you were reading a spicy hot and fabulous romance book when you should have been making dinner? No matter what it is, no one likes to get caught, but that’s exactly what happens to Lord Brentwood and Lady Gabrielle in A Gentleman Never Tells.
Lady Gabrielle is dependable, sensible, and obedient. That’s why she had accepted the practical, unemotional marriage her formidable father had arranged for her. That’s what those of her kind did—or so she had always believed until early one morning, when her defenses were down, she threw all of her upbringing away for the chance to spend a few passionate moments in the arms of a handsome stranger.
But kissing the stranger didn’t free Lady Gabrielle. She only thwarted the shackles of one arranged betrothal to immediately find herself stuck in yet another forced engagement. The strong-willed lady isn’t going to give up her freedom so easily. She has plans that her father and Lord Brentwood don’t know about and scandal and mishaps become the order of the day while Gabrielle and Brent scour London to find a notorious dog thief.
So getting caught kissing a beautiful, clever, and courageous lady embroils Lord Brentwood into more intrigue than he thought possible. Now open up and tell me something you’ve been caught doing that you shouldn’t have been doing and you’ll have a chance to win one of two copies of A Gentleman Never Tells. Good luck!
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