GIVEAWAY!

Miss Caroline Bingley has a 'new do' and in honor of her recent make-over, I'm giving away two digital copies of CAROLINE: Pride & Prejudice continued... Book One.  All you have to do is leave a comment below, and Rafflecopter and I will do the rest.

While your here, isn't she lovely? Cover art by Teresa Spreckelmeyer of The Midnight Muse. Teresa is on a much needed vacation until January 2019 so there is no new cover art to display at this time, however, browse through her portfolio and you will get a clear picture of just how talented this lady is.


Winners have until November 24, 2018 to download their book.
Whatever happened to Caroline Bingley after her brother and unrequited love interest married a Bennet sister? Join me in this story of redemptive love and the healing of broken dreams.
Caroline Bingley, beyond frustrated with her brother, Charles and Mr. Darcy both proposing to the Bennet sisters, dreads their upcoming nuptials. For three years her sole focus has been on attaining a marriage proposal from one Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pemberley, only to be foiled by a country miss with ‘fine eyes’.  Adrift and not sure of her place in life, she meets the mysterious and devastatingly handsome Lord Nathan, who equally vexes and intrigues her.
Lord Nathan Kerr, third in line to a Dukedom, had a well-earned reputation as a Rake. He cast all that and his noble title aside to become Mr. Darcy’s vicar in Kympton, finding contentment in leading his small flock and doing the Lord’s work. His plan for a quiet, country life is thrown into upheaval when he meets the fiery Miss Bingley. Can he reconcile his rising desire for the spoiled miss with how a vicar’s wife ‘should’ behave?

11 comments:

  1. This is interesting. I always wondered what happened to Carolina after Elizabeth and Darcy married.

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    1. It's funny you say that because it was this question: "Whatever happened to Caroline Bingley after Darcy married Elizabeth?" which started the whole story. Thanks for playing along and Good Luck!

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  2. Thanks for offering the giveaway, Sue. The new covers for Caroline and Catherine are gorgeous.

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    1. I'm quite biased, but I do like these new covers.

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  3. I so enjoy stories of Caroline learning her own shortcomings and I suspect you’ve supplied the perfect person to help her! Look forward to reading this!

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    1. I DID find the perfect person for her, although at the time she is seriously displeased with him - to quote Lady C. Good Luck!

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  4. To answer your question, I don't like Caroline because she deceived Jane with her friendship and kept the knowledge of Jane being in London from her brother. On the other hand I think Caroline is redeemable when she realises her mistakes.

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    1. I agree with you, wholeheartedly. Caroline is a self-absorbed young woman and needs a wake up call. Thank you for sharing and GOOD LUCK!

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    2. I love the new cover. The story sounds so good, I like when Caroline learns from her mistakes and makes a life for herself. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. Lovely cover! I like to think everyone can be redeemed, even Miss Caroline. If she were to fall in love, I think she could definitely change her ways. Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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    1. Thanks for joining in on the discussion, and Good Luck.

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