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
The earl most likely
Did you miss the Lords and Ladies series? My goodness, why would you do that?
The picturesque seaside town of St. Ives is home to all manner of treasures . . .
It’s not every day a young woman is offered ten thousand pounds for a few month’s work—especially the plain, shy daughter of a tin mine owner. The only thing special about Harriet Anderson is her extraordinary memory for even the smallest, most obscure detail. So when she’s asked by a gentleman to help restore his once magnificent ancestral home, she simply can’t refuse, no matter how scandalous the position. The money will mean freedom from her callous parents, and a life of independence. Harriet doesn’t imagine dreaming of anything more . . .
Augustus Lawton, Lord Berkley, cares about only one thing: restoring his beloved Costille House to its former, historically correct, glory. His late wife had taken great vindictive delight in transforming the old castle into a modern Victorian nightmare. Harriet’s remarkable memory will be invaluable in repairing it—and in helping him solve his wife’s murder. Yet as they work together, Augustus finds that besides her uncanny gift, Harriet possesses other priceless qualities. And as the castle’s beauty is gradually revealed, he can’t help noticing, so is hers . . .
The Brides of St. Ives
Did you miss The Bad Luck Bride, the first book in the Brides of St. Ives series? Oh no! Thankfully, you can still read it. Phew!
Coming August 2018, the third in the series: Diamond in the Rough
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