Friday, April 17, 2020

Earls Can Talk Too

I received lovely news this week. With all that has been going on, it took a bit to finish, but the audiobook for Never Envy an Earl is now available. Yvette de Maupassant, my heroine, was always a sassy lass, so I was absolutely tickled when the ever-talented Jannie Meisberger voiced her with such a delightful French accent. She truly brought the story to life.

The saucy Yvette de Maupassant is used to danger. She’s spent the last 10 years spying for England in Napoleon’s court. Now that her work has been discovered, she must hide, and what better place than the remote wooded estate of the Earl of Carrolton? Her friend Miss Thorn and that delightful cat Fortune place her in a position where she can pretend to be companion to the earl’s sickly mother. Yet one look at the earl has Yvette rethinking why she wants to stay.

Gregory, Earl of Carrolton, is used to power. So why does one moment in the company of his mother and spinster sister leave him feeling powerless? And why does the look in a certain Frenchwoman’s eyes leave him weak at the knees? As danger draws closer, Gregory and Yvette must work together to protect her, his family, and the future of England, as they discover the greatest danger and delight is falling in love.

And, to celebrate the upcoming release of The Heiress’s Convenient Husband (Monday, April 20), I’ve made The Unflappable Miss Fairchild, the first in my Uncommon Courtships series, 99 cents.


Whether you decide to listen to an earl, read about an unflappable miss, both, or neither, stay safe and healthy! We’ve got this!


Evelyn said...

To be accustomed to danger is preferable to being 'used' to it. LOL

Regina Scott said...

I suppose so, Evelyn!