Sue London & Once Upon A Regency

Happy release day Once Upon A Regency!!

Today I have the spotlight on Sue London and her story from this amazing set The Enchanted Cave!

Once Upon

Blurb:

With his four friends under the spell of the Irish ’sisters’ at the Enchanted Cave, it falls to Galen Mornay to save the poor idiots. Although ostensibly lady boxers, he knows the sisters have a more prurient background. Galen dangles the opportunity to become his mistress and the sisters predictably turn their attentions to him. All except the beautiful Maeve O’Malley, who insists she will be no man’s play thing. Can Galen save his friend Finn before the fool offers to marry her? Or will Maeve prove to be too much for Galen himself?

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Excerpt:

Drat the man, but he was surprisingly likeable. There was little that Maeve liked better than verbal sparring, but it wasn’t something that others could often engage in without rancor. He had taken her jibe about his class with surprising equanimity, even seeming a bit entertained that she had trapped him between two equally disparaging options. It was, for just a moment, freeing. It had been ages since she felt this way, as though the day held only good things. The baron almost immediately ruined it.

“So do you think Finn is a fool or an unsympathetic arse?”

“I’m sure I wouldn’t know.”

“What are your plans for him?”

“I have no plans for Lord Cole.”

“I thought perhaps you had set your cap for him.”

“No, I’d not be any man’s mistress.”

“You made it clear that marriage was required.”

She stopped and stared at him. “You think I expect to be a countess?”

“Don’t you?”

She couldn’t help but to laugh in his face. What started as a burble of mirth became a gale of laughter that almost doubled her over. “And how would he introduce me? As the girl he met fighting bare-knuckle at a house of brassers?” She snorted indelicately. “You think Lord Cole a fool.”

“Most men are fools for at least one woman in their lives.”

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Author Bio:

Bestselling author Sue London created the beloved Regency romance series The Haberdashers. If you like your historical romance with a little action, a little humor, and a lot of strong-minded women, then it is the series for you!

Sue London began writing short stories about horses and teen sleuths when she was seven years old. After that she traveled to distant worlds, fought with swords and sorcerers, and played with a few undead things. As you might have expected, this means she went into accountancy. Well, maybe that was an odd plot twist, but that’s the difference between real life and fiction – fiction has to make sense.

In her twenties she developed a deep affection for romance. You can thank those books for leading a sci-fi tomboy into writing historical romances set in the Regency period!

Links: bysuelondon.com  twitter.com/cmdrsue facebook.com/bysuelondon

One Upon a Regency Box Set

Once upon a time nine historical romance authors created a world with the timeless romance of Regency and the enduring love of a fairy tale…

Resisting Romeo by Samantha Grace

There was much excitement yesterday at the Clarendon Hotel when a French actress interrupted a tête-à-tête between two of London’s most eligible bachelors and quietly exchanged words with them. Mr. Russell Hawke was quick to escort her from the premises, making witnesses wish they had remembered to bring their ear trumpets to tea.

Enchanted by the Earl by Amanda Mariel

Lowly seamstress Rose Woodcourt shocked society by capturing Hunter Thorne the Earl of Aubry’s heart after he banished her personal wolf.

Wish Upon A Kiss by Meara Platt

Young ladies from the best families are clamoring to become May Princesses now that Winifred Kingsley, a young lady of little consequence, caught the eye -and captured the heart – of Ardaric, fourth Duke of Blantyre when he spotted her dancing about a maypole in her shockingly scanty costume.

A Duke Worth His Salt by Allison Merritt

Lady Eleanor Mortin managed to snag the reclusive Duke of Greenebuck, who is not only writing fairy tale endings for his novels these days, but also living one with his new bride.

Masquerading as a Miss by Ari Thatcher

Just weeks after he was reported as drowned in that shipwreck, Lord Spalding appeared with a mysterious young woman who claimed to not know who her relations were. I daresay she has none and is eager to secure a match with Spalding, who as you know will one day inherit the earldom.

Searching for my Rogue by Dawn Brower

Upstart American, Alys Dewitt snared the Duke of Weston, one of England’s most sought after bachelors proving love is descending us all into madness.

The Enchanted Cave by Sue London

Irish lass Maeve O’Malley landed a blow to the hearts of innumerable smitten girls when she tangled Mr. Galen Mornay into knots of the nuptial variety.

Taming Beauty by Lynne Barron

Not only did the scandalous Lilith Aberdeen manage to bring the beastliest of barons up to scratch, but she did so only days before Lord Malleville was to marry her sister.

Stealing a Lady’s Heart by Tammy Andresen

Lady Charlotte Beaumont, first cousin to the Prince Regent, was seen gallivanting through Scotland with four eligible bachelors and no chaperone. This shocking lack of decorum is not the first from the lady but most certainly the worst. One simply must wonder if nuptials are soon to follow.

 Join us on a Regency adventure of love and romance in the limited edition box set Once Upon A Regency: Timeless Tales And Fables!

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