Love the Regency and time travel? I do too. Molly’s Magic is the second book in our Regency time travel romance trilogy, and it’s available now. Tara’s Enchantment is the first book. All three books can be read as standalones.
Here’s the books’ description
Your life can change in an instant…
At 24, not only is Molly Ballantine stunning, she has two sisters she loves, and a wonderful career. Then her eldest sister Tara vanishes, and her life disintegrates.
Molly’s life is about to become even more chaotic. She wakes up in a brothel with a man who’s too good-looking for her peace of mind.
Someone is playing a mean trick on her. She seems to be in a reality show. Everyone’s in historical costume.
When Edmund, Lord Langhay, tells Molly it’s 1809, she doesn’t believe it at first. Then she saves Edmund’s life, and she’s forced to believe it: she’s in Regency England.
Molly soon becomes desperate to return to her own time. She’s falling in love with Edmund, the handsome, aristocratic rake, and she can’t allow that to happen. She has good reason not to trust handsome men.
Meanwhile, in present day Sydney Australia, Molly’s sister Priscilla learns that her sisters have been sent into the past by their stepmother, Devon. She realizes that she may be the only person who can save her sisters, and their father. To do that, she will need to travel into the past herself.
Molly’s Magic is the second novel in our time travel Regency romance trilogy. The first novel, Tara’s Enchantment, is available now. Both novels can be read as standalones.
The trilogy concludes with Priscilla’s Destiny, coming soon.
Here’s an excerpt
Molly was nervous. Her hands and knees shook. It was as if she had never had sex with a man before. In a real sense, she hadn’t. She was brand new. Edmund was now her life. He would always be part of her life. She knew deep in her soul, that she would never love another man.
If she and Edmund were unable to be together, she would mourn him all her days. She forced those melancholy thoughts away, and focused on the man in front of her.
She took his hand, and led him into his dressing room.
“Stand there,” she said. She stepped back, to indulge in the pure pleasure of looking at Edmund. He was the most handsome man she had ever seen. He was as classically handsome as a piece of marble carved by de Vinci.
Strangely, his looks no longer bothered her. She didn’t think of him as handsome, and therefore dangerous to her. He was simply Edmund. Who would shortly become her lover.
He cleared his throat. “You realize,” he said slowly, a glowing light in his blue eyes, “that if you keep looking at me like that, I’ll jump on you and devour you?”
“You can… but first, I want to unwrap you, like a Christmas gift.” She folded an arm across her chest, and propped the other elbow onto it. “Let’s see…” She tapped her chin with a finger. “How do I get started?”
Molly’s Magic, available now
Molly’s Magic was huge fun to write. I hope you enjoy it. Our time travel adventures conclude with Priscilla’s story, in Priscilla’s Destiny, coming soon.
The three books in the series can be read as standalones, if you wish.