Hello and welcome to my website! Ever since I was a young girl I adored everything Victorian, from houses to clothing to horse-drawn carriages. It was a pivotal time in history and one I love to become immersed in. Lady Lost is the third of my Lost Heiresses series. My Lords and Ladies Series is comprised four loosely-tied books. You don't have to read them in order, but if you do, you'll recognize some old friends.
Victorian Romances You'll Fall in Love With
Diamond in the Rough
Did you miss the Lords and Ladies series? My goodness, why would you do that?
In the charming seaside town of St. Ives, a buried secret could bring an unlikely pair together for a lifetime . . .
Clara Anderson’s mother has one mission: to marry off her daughter to a titled gentleman. Unfortunately, though the Andersons have come up in the world, Clara is still the granddaughter of a pig farmer, which means no self-respecting aristocrat will marry her. That’s just fine with Clara, who’s grown to disdain the upper classes. So when she meets an attractive man even more common than she is, she decides it’s time to forge her own path . . .
. . . Except that handsome, rugged Nathaniel Emory, Baron Alford, is no more a commoner than Clara is a blue-blood. He’s appeared on the scene for one reason only: to save his family’s estate from ruin by finding the exceedingly valuable blue diamond his grandfather buried in the Anderson’s garden fifty years ago. To do that, he must pretend to be a gardener. He didn’t count on the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen getting in his way. But Clara has made no secret of her dislike for aristocrats. Which means that once she uncovers his ruse, he’s certain she’ll never see him again . . .
The Brides of St. Ives
Did you miss The Bad Luck Bride or The Earl Most Likely, the first two book in the Brides of St. Ives series? Oh no! Thankfully, you can still read them. Phew!
Coming August 2018, the third in the series: Diamond in the Rough
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