Thursday, June 28, 2012

Find me

I do hope you have been following along.  Saturday concludes our story. Can you guess who Lady Ambleforth chooses?

Monday, June 25, 2012

Book News

It is always exciting when a new book comes out. Exciting and scary too.  Here is my latest offering, The Laird's Forbidden Lady is now in stores and on line where ever you like to shop

Ian Gilvry, Laird of Dunross, is as rough and wild as the Highland heather. Yet the return of Sassenach Selina and her family to claim his land ignites hatred and passion in equal measure.

Lady Selina is torn between family loyalty and wanton need for Ian. Tricked into marriage, she finds the laird fulfils her every burning desire. But Ian is a man bound by duty. Can Selina be sure that his heart belongs not only to his clan…but also to the woman he has made his wife?

This Regency is set in Scotland and has received a great review from Romantic Times which I am delighted to share with you:

For fast-paced, pulse-pounding action and adventure merged with a highly passionate romance, Lethbridge’s latest is hard to beat. The engaging characters, along with the plot, evoke the atmosphere, people and history of Scotland. Fun, fast and fabulous! - Romantic Times

Winner of the Romantic Times K.I.S.S. (Knight in Shining Silver) July 2012.

Buy here from The Laird's Forbidden Lady (Harlequin Historical)
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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Fashion 1812

Here we have some beautiful examples of day's worth of dress for March 1812.  A walking and evening gown for the same month.

Taken from the Lady's Magazine and described as follows:

Walking Dress.

A spencer of blue silk, with facings, collar, wings, and cuffs of plush to match. --A bonnet composed of silk and velvet, to agree in color with the spencer.--Feather, the same.

Evening Dress

An evening dress f pink silk, either flowered or plain, trimmed with crape of the same color, and ornamented with small white buttons.--Cap of velvet and lace, trimmed with footing and a flower.

These two gowns to me seem to epitomize the Regency Era in their style.

Until Next Time  Happy Rambles

Monday, June 4, 2012

Harlequin Authors Summer Beach Bag Contest

This is the first day of our Summer Beach bag contest. 

Here is the Calendar of events to get you started. It's vacation season and excitement mounts as that long-awaited time at the beach approaches. To add to your anticipation, some Harlequin Historical authors are offering a bevy of prizes to fill your beach bag with fun items (and BOOKS of course!) for that relaxation time. Each participating author will have an activity planned on their website for their special day. You may be asked to comment on a blog, do a scavenger hunt, or visit a Facebook page. For each day you participate, your name will be entered into the Grand Prize drawing.