A visit to London a year ago reawakened my love for Georgette Heyer's novels and inspired my writing. One of the best aspects of writing in the Regency era is the research! I had always placed research near the top of the list of onerous tasks a writer must endure and I'm instead finding it a joy to expand my knowledge about this romantic time.
Elena: The Earl's Gamble for Her Heart (Sheffield Family Short Stories (Clean Regency Romance) Book 1)
by C.A. Worden
The Earl of Croydon has been too lucky. He's been trying to get the brother of the lady he loves out of debt by losing to him, but has been winning instead. Can he turn his luck around? A sweet, witty tale of Elena, a lovely woman who wants respect as well as love; and the caring, quick-witted man who gambles for her heart. Excerpt:...
James: His Heiress in Disguise (Sheffield Family Short Stories (Clean Regency Romance) Book 2)
by C.A. Worden
James was a young, reckless gambler who was planning to marry an heiress to fund his irresponsible lifestyle. After he had almost gambled his family's crippled fortune away, he dedicated himself to rebuilding the income from his estates. When he meets a mysterious young cub searching for a missing cousin, James discovers that there...
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