We are happy to announce that Publishers Weekly Magazine (November 23, 2015 Issue) has reviewed The Willing Widow and listed The Devious Debutante as a New Self-Published Listing.
“New Orleans in 1884 makes a fascinating setting for this fast-paced romance. Beautiful young widow Renee Desselle Soniat is the proprietor of a successful millinery shop when she meets William Collins, newly arrived from Ireland to work as a cotton factor for his uncle. William is determined to never wed again after being jilted in Ireland by his sweetheart, and Renee is content with her independence after being widowed six months into her marriage with a much older man. William flirts with Renee and is surprised that the widow seems very innocent. When an associate of Renee’s is murdered, no one is above suspicion, and the seemingly carefree city suddenly takes on a sinister tone. The constant romantic tension is cleverly aligned with sinister events to create a novel that’s both tender and mysterious. (BookLife)”
Review and more information about The Willing Widow can be found here
The Devious Debutante also shared some spotlight in Publishers Weekly when it was included as a New Self-Published Listing. For more information about The Devious Debutante, please read the article on Book Life (Publishers Weekly’s Self- Published Author website) here .
We hope this heightens your interest in the Victorian era and New Orleans, as well as increases your desire to read about it in both The Willing Widow and The Devious Debutante.
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