Love Regency heroes? Currently I’m working on the sixth novel in the clean Regency romance series, The Eardleys Of Gostwicke Hall.
Regency romance: a perfect Regency hero
In this novel, you’ll meet Lord Lyneham. He’s Lady Julia’s perfect Regency hero — although she takes a long time to get around to thinking that.
Lady Julia first appeared in the fifth Eardley novel, arriving unexpectedly at Eardley House in London. Although Catherine thinks that Julia was sent to London because she entangled herself with an unsuitable man, that’s not so. Julia has secrets.
In the new Eardleys novel, Lady Julia’s Spy: A Love To Treasure, Julia’s well into her second season in Regency society.
Lady Julia’s Spy: Lord Lyneham
Lord Lyneham calls Lady Julia “that Eardley chit”, so why is she attracted to him? The best that can be said for him is that he’s unreasonable. The worst, that he’s a dangerous man, a spy for the King.
Lady Julia Rystone is well on her way to being on the shelf, if she’s lucky. Embarked on her second season, with no tonnish suitor in sight, she has three months to bring someone up to scratch. Otherwise, marriage to a tradesman awaits.
She’s not a snob, but Mr. Wickersley, with his darting eyes and damp palms, makes her cringe.
Julia’s friend, newly-betrothed Miss Farley, comes to her rescue with a suggestion: an offer of a position as a governess. Does Julia dare to run away?
Catch up with the Eardleys
Lady Julia’s Spy: A Love To Treasure will be published in the new year. In the meantime, why not catch up with the Eardleys? Five novels are available now.
If you’re a new reader, the series begins with Melly’s story, in The Lady And The Rake: A Scandalous Arrangement.
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