Meet My Character Blog Hop – Isabella, Countess of Hamersby

Many thanks to D.B. Schaefer, who invited me to be part of this blog hop. D.B. is the author of Me & Georgette, a quirkly time-travel homage to famed Regency historical fiction writer Georgette Heyer. Find out more about D.B. by visiting her website at

“Might I present Isabella, Countess of Hamersby?”

Bella is he heroine of Royal Regard, available for pre-order on Amazon and Smashwords October 1, to be released November 26.

This Regency romance takes place almost entirely in London.

By the standards of the beau monde, Bella is “older,” and scandalous simply because she has traveled the world with her now-elderly husband, both merchant and diplomat. She has always been shy, but is no longer timid, and wants nothing more than to retire to the country and live the rest of her life without fanfare. While she is in some ways worldly (“I am a dab hand with a foil and a short knife, though I pray you not make it known.”), she is also quiet, modest, and devoted to her husband.

Returning to London from her extensive travels, she is pursued as a wealthy “almost-widow,” which places her in the marriage mart against her will–and her better judgment. Added to that, the new king, George IV, singles her out as a friend and erstwhile adviser, ensuring social attention she would prefer to avoid. Once targeted by the ton, she finds herself in the sights of not one, but two dukes with dastardly ulterior motives, both of whom excite her in different ways.

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Coming up next week, September 15, look for these authors to add to the tour!

Vampires Front CoverHeather King posting at Regency Reticule
Heather King has always been a dreamer, going off for hours into a make-believe world peopled by imaginary characters. From the age of seven, when she won a third prize from Cadbury’s for a story written at school, she has loved writing. Nowadays she beta reads/critiques for other authors, writes short stories for magazines and Regency Romance novels. She is the author of A Sense of the Ridiculous from Musa Publishing. Writing as Vandalia Black, she has recently released Vampires Don’t Drink Coffee And Other Stories, which includes a novella set in the English Civil War.

You can find A Sense of the Ridiculous at:
Amazon US  | Amazon UK  | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | All Romance Books | Smashwords

You can find Vampires Don’t Drink Coffee And Other Stories at:
Amazon US  | Amazon UK

Catch up with Heather at:
Regency Reticule Blog  |  Regency Repository on Facebook  |  Heather’s Facebook page  |  Email


Melissa Kaye posting at BooksByMSK

M. S. Kaye author picM.S. Kaye has several published books under her black belt. A transplant from Ohio, she resides with her husband Corey in Jacksonville, Florida, where she tries not to melt in the sun. Find suspense and the unusual at

You can find her books at:
Jupiter Gardens Press | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Smashwords

You can catch up with Melissa at:
BooksByMSKFacebook  |  Twitter  |  Goodreads


Christina Tetreault posting at Happily Ever After

IMG_0025Christina started writing at the age of 10 on her grandmother’s manual typewriter and never stopped. When she is not driving her three daughters (ages 7, 5, and 5) around to their various activities or chasing her two dogs, she is working on a story or reading a romance novel. She just finished Redeeming The Billionaire, book 5 in the Sherbrookes of Newport series, and has started book 2 in her new series Love On The North Shore.

You can find Redeeming The Billionaire at:
Amazon  | Barnes & Noble | iTunes | Kobo

You can catch up with Christina at:
Website | Happily Ever After blogFacebook  |  Twitter


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