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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 a 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?




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Some secrets are not meant to be shared.
Catherine Bennet, known as Kitty to close friends and family, knows this better than anyone. She also knows that she will never marry and it never bothered her before she met Lord George Kerr at Elizabeth and Darcy’s wedding. He’s determined to breach the walls of defense she’d carefully constructed around her heart, and she’s just as determined to stay the course. 

Some secrets cannot be shared
Lord George Kerr knows this better than anyone. For five years, as a spy for His Majesty the King, he played the part of a Rake, concealing his espionage activities beneath a blanket of brothels, drink and loose women. Even though he’s forced to resume his regular life within London’s finest society, he still must keep some things hidden.

One thing he does not hide is his attraction to Miss Catherine Bennet of Longbourn. Enraptured by her beauty and warmth of character, he plunges headlong into winning her heart, only to find it carefully guarded and she’s unwilling to give him even a small pinch of hope.

Some things are beyond your control
When circumstances bring Kitty’s secret into the open, she fears the tenuous bonds of friendship she’s forged with Lord George will be lost forever along with whatever love he proclaims to have for her. With the very lives of England’s vast network of spies working undercover in Bonaparte’s France hanging in the balance, she’s forced to face her worst nightmare.

Her secret is laid bare, can he love her enough to overcome what he learns?

3 comments:

  1. Carole in CanadaOctober 10, 2017

    As I loved the cover of 'Caroline' so much, I bought the book in paperback. As Kitty is one of my favourite secondary characters, I am really looking forward to her book. Love her depiction of the woman you have chosen. Now to see a picture of of Georgiana's too, is icing on the cake! Thank you and looking forward to both stories!

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    1. Thank you, Carole! I hope you enjoy CAROLINE. I know avid Jane-ites don't want to like her, but she IS redeemable. At least, I believed she is. Thank you for your lovely comment.

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  2. I loved acaroline and I am now enjoying Catherine just as much. These stories are so wonderful, and I love that you have taken secondary characters and given them a life. The Kerr brothers are wonderful characters and I think Mr Darcy has been replaced in my book loving heart. I love it that faith is as natural to these characters as breathing. I can’t wait to get my hands on Georgiana’s book. Is there a cousin out there for our dear Mary? I haven’t finished Catherine yet and am hovering near the 50% mark, so if the book answers my question, great. If there is no one on the horizon to save Mary from a life of spinsterhood and Mrs. Bennet, please find someone quickly.

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