Hi, folks! Today I'm taking over Tuesday Teaser to share some exciting news. I just signed a contract for a third book in my Rival Rogues series!!!
The first book, One Rogue Too Many, was just released January 2014, but authors are always working ahead to meet the production schedule. The first book was a fun project, because I had a chance to work with two rogues and one lady. I really enjoyed creating the different personalities and knew it was important to make all three as well-rounded as possible. Even though I knew one guy wouldn't get the girl, it was always my plan to write a story for the one that lost and it was important for him to be hero-worthy.
Look for Sebastian Thorne's story, In Bed with a Rogue, September 2, 2014. As much as I love Anthony, Earl of Ellis, I adore Sebastian even more. And I'm happy to hear readers are looking forward to his love story. I haven't received the cover yet, but when I do, it will be fun to have the cover reveal here on Lady Scribes.
Now for a little bit about the newest addition to the series…
The worst thing Benjamin Hillary ever did was to abandon his bride-to-be on their wedding day. The hardest thing he will ever have to do is watch Eve Thorne marry another man.
When Ben becomes suspicious that Eve’s betrothed is more interested in his study of ancient drumming than building a loving marriage, he does everything he can to win her back and fails. Even after Eve has made her choice clear, Ben cannot shake the sense all is not right with her betrothed. He puts his rival to the test and offers him an obscene amount of money and the private use of one of Ben’s ships to go anywhere in the world to pursue his hobby. All the man has to do is make Eve call off the wedding.
Her betrothed accepts, because he believes Eve still loves Ben, and he would rather be digging up artifacts than settling into the life of a married gentleman, if he is being honest. He makes Ben swear he will do right by Eve this time if they can accomplish the task of getting Eve to cry off. Ben readily gives his word, and since he knows all about Eve, he's the perfect one to give her betrothed advice on how to irritate her enough to make her want out of the betrothal. Let the fun begin!
Of course the story may change a little as I go along, but I can't wait to write what are sure to be some entertaining scenes. At least for me. :-)
If you're a Regency fan, I have a question for you…
What type of Regency stories do you prefer?
1) Lighthearted romps
2) Darker stories, perhaps with a tortured hero
3) Traditional, sweet stories
5) Sweeping dramas