The Education of Mrs. Brimley (Re-release)

Romantic Times 2008 Finalist for Best First Historical

Golden Heart Winner 2006 for Best Unpublished Long Historical

Emma Brimley, new teacher at Pettibone School for Young Ladies, believed no harm would result from her claim to be a widow. But when she arrives in Yorkshire, the innocent young lady is horrified to discover she’s expected to prepare her students for the intimacies of marriage. She can’t lose her post as a teacher. In desperation, she turns to the alluring—and annoying—neighboring artist. He might be a dandy and a reprobate, but “Lord Bedchambers” might also be the only one who can help her.
Lord Nicholas Chambers, black sheep of his family, needs a model for his entry into the Royal Academy’s exhibition. He offers the new teacher a scandalous bargain: he’ll answer her questions about anatomy and bedroom etiquette if she poses for him. For every question answered, she must remove an item of clothing as his model. But what started out as a game of wits quickly becomes a game of the heart. And Mrs. Brimley may not be the only one getting an education in the sweet rewards of seduction.




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It’s been a whirlwind of a July and August thus far…

Between the RWA conference at the end of July followed by the Rust City BookCon in Detroit, it’s been non-stop. I was especially pleased that some of my former Romance Bandits authors were at Rust City.

Here’s a picture of the four of us at dinner. All we needed was the Golden Rooster. 🙂 (He probably heard I was having chicken!)
In the midst of the packing and travel, the re-release of THE EDUCATION OF MRS. BRIMLEY occurs August 15th with lowered digital prices. The print version should be available shortly.

The sequel to Mrs. Brimley, THE SEDUCTION OF A DUKE, will be re-released in September. Watch for dates. I plan to release that one in digital and print as well.

Finally, BLAME THE MOONLIGHT will release at the beginning of October in all platforms. The book is set in a town of witches preparing for Halloween so it should be a perfect October read. 🙂