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The Spirited Woman
- My husband’s hair is longer than mine.
- I listen almost exclusively to country music--even when writing my Regency novels.
- I’m ambidextrous.
- I was basically illiterate until I was 15 and HATED to read. In fact, the words book and read filled me with more dread than being presented with a giant bowl of lima beans and peas.
- I’m a vegetarian and have never consumed not even one drop of alcohol in my entire life--excluding the trace amounts in vanilla or mouthwash, but I don’t exactly drink either of those.
- I have no idea how to dance--none at all.
- I don’t like to be touched and hugged. I know, I write about s-e-x, but still I don’t really like being hugged. I’m weird, I know.
- It wouldn’t be summer without....
- In 2014, I’m looking forward to...
- In 2014, I’m not looking forward to...
- My bathrobe is...
- I’m in desperate need of...
- The strangest gift I’ve ever received from a family member was...
- My mom would die if she knew...
Gentlemen of Honor Series
The Cavanaugh Series
Book 1: The Perfect Lady Worthe
Fort Gibson Officer Series
Ella Davis just had another suitor propose publicly….only not to her. She was tired of such humiliation. Her sister had a way of cheering her up though. She would read ads from men wanting a mail-order bride and they would laugh at them together. This particular night there was one ad that sounded authentic enough to write back. What could it hurt to just write and find out more about the man?
**Sexual situations within marriage
Regina Harris has not had an easy life. Her mother died when she was young and she couldn't seem to please her father in anything she did. Her family was in trade and had wealth but not status in the Ton. The one thing her father craved and would do anything to get it….even using his daughter. While away at school one day changed Regina’s life. Her friend Sophie’s brother came for a visit along with his handsome friend. After meeting Edward Banks no other men could meet her expectations through out her season.
Edward Banks, Lord Watson, was so glad he didn't have to look for a bride. He preferred studying plants over women. Now that his father passed away it fell upon Edward's shoulders to marry and have an heir, even at his young age of twenty. He was happy with the woman who would be his wife, she was beautiful and seemed pleasant enough. One problem….Edward just didn’t get around to telling her about the marriage contract. Could one little omission make a difference?
I enjoyed returning to historical England and seeing the beginning of the Bank’s family and others. Seeing the young John as a rascal, meeting the woman who gave birth to someone like Lady Olivia and finally the answer to the Watson Townhouse in London and it’s unique decor. Rose Gordon once again flawlessly brings you into her book where the emotions flow from the pages to your heart. The laughter and tears along with the giggles to see what new words Rose has discovered in describing the anatomy. All these books are connected starting with the Scandalous Sisters series and than the Groom Series.
**Sexual situations within marriage
It's her wedding day and there is no groom in sight. But why should Amelia Brice be surprised? Hiram, Lord Friar is known for having no gentleman's honor to speak of and his jilting her on their wedding day, makes it official.
Elijah Banks had always run away from his little neighbor girl, who insisted on trying to kiss him every chance she got. As they got older, they became friends. At one point, Elijah began to feel more for her then disdain for her kisses or friendship. Was it too late to tell her how he felt? And what about the secrets he couldn’t tell her?
While traveling around America, Elijah Banks makes a promise he's unable to keep. So to guard his family's name and his sister-in-law's feelings, Henry Banks tells this beautiful stranger that his is the brother she seeks and impulsively agrees to marry the stunning beauty who introduces herself as Elijah's intended.
American Mail-Order Bride Series
Book 8: Jessie: Bride of South Carolina
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