In my new book, James’s London residence, a townhome, is in Cavendish Square. Susan, who still lives with her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Bradford, have their London home in Grosvenor Square. James and Susan meet secretly in Green Park. The funny thing is that I made it all up even though I’d heard of these places before but until I looked up a map of 1815 London I didn’t know if they were close to each other.They are!!!
Buttons has decided to join me today while I write and sometimes glance outside the window at the snow falling.
Susan is pretty happy at the image of her new self as Lady Susanna Sheffield in my new time-travel romance, “The Necklace VII – London, June 1815.” I’m hoping to have this book finished by the end of next month.
Amazon Review Kindle CustomerBelinda Worthington 5.0 out of 5 starsI really enjoyed the book. I would highly recommend it. It held my attention from beginning to end. The characters were believable. I laughed and cried Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase I really enjoyed this book, I would highly recommend it. It held my attention from beginning to end. The characters were very believable I laughed and cried for them.
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Excerpt from “The Harpist.” Available on Amazon soon… Malcolm McGarity stubbed out his cigarette just as the young girl quietly let herself out of his hotel room in Paris, France. Today was his 48th birthday, and he was feeling his years. Although still quite handsome for an aging rock star, years of dissipation had taken its toll. His face was lined and his body soft due to lack of exercise but he was not portly or overweight. He just rarely…