A little while ago I reported that my out of print books are now available as eBooks.
Readers often ask about the order in which they ought to be read. As far as I'm concerned, you can read them in any order, because I try to make each book stand alone. Still, some books are connected. The first four Regencies came in pairs, as a secondary character from one book got his own story in the next. The last two are not connected.
Next time, I'll report on the first two historical romances.
We've done it at last! All of my out-of-print full-length books are now available in Kindle and Nook—and are or will soon be released in other digital formats. The collection includes my very first full-length historical romance (as opposed to traditional Regency), The Lion's Daughter, which Barnes & Noble is featuring as a Nook First from 16 November to 14 December.
RT has provided some fun summaries of these older books on their daily blog. For those of you who like to read books in order:
The Traditional Regencies are:
- Isabella, kindle | nook
- The English Witch, kindle | nook
- Viscount Vagabond, kindle | nook
- The Devil's Delilah, kindle | nook
- Knaves' Wager, kindle | nook
- The Sandalwood Princess, kindle | nook
The first two historical romances (part of the Débauchés series aka in English as The Scoundrels):
May yours be a wonderful holiday season, filled with good things—and many good books!