The third book in the Sisters of the Roaring Twenties series will be available in all formats by September 1st. The Flapper’s Scandalous Elopement is Jane’s story, and an early reviewer had this to say about the book: “Exceptional Roaring 20’s period romance with rebellion, a run-away daughter, secrets, industrialists, a Route 66 road trip, and blossoming true love.”
They’re temporarily wed!
Heiress Jane Dryer will do anything to escape her controlling father and the life of domestic drudgery he decrees—even elope with the handsome stranger she meets in a speakeasy! Wealthy railroad owner David Albright needs a temporary wife and Jane needs her independence, so the plan is to marry, then walk away. Only very soon, their fake marriage feels seductively real!
My next release will be in January of 2021. A Family for the Titanic Survivor. I’m waiting for the cover art to arrive, but here is the blurb:
From third class on the Titanic…
…to upper-class bride?
When barmaid Bridget McGowen boarded the Titanic, she never could have imagined the crossing ahead of her. The resilient Irishwoman saves four-year-old Elsie, the niece of New York banker Karl Wingard. Swept into Karl’s world, Bridget feels like a fish out of water, except for the quiet moments she shares with him. As her connection to Karl and Elsie grows, can she break free from the shackles of society so they can be a family?
Following that will be the first in the Twins of the Twenties duet, Scandal at the Speakeasy, Patrick (Mick) McCormick story, which will be released in March, followed by his brother, Connor McCormick’s story.
Her older sister was able to help the second day, and all three were very proud of their accomplishment. So was Grandpa and I! It was so fun to watch them work together, learn how to use everything from a tape measure to a brad nailer, and then organize and decorate their new space.
The journey was as much fun as the destination, as life should be!
Enjoy each step you take, each mark you make, and be proud of your accomplishment!