I need your thoughts!

Hi !

I hope you are having a wonderful week! I have been thinking quite a bit lately about my books, and what to focus on in terms of where to sell them and what draws you to them. So I have included a quick survey for you, and would so appreciate your answers!

I will likely have more to ask you in the future, but I wanted to keep today's survey quick. When you begin to answer the questions, it may connect you to the newsletter within your web browser.

Below the survey are a few new releases from my author friends, and a reminder about the giveaway I shared last week!

I’ve also included a fun fact for you, and next time we talk, it will be with news of my next release, A Duke for Daisy -- the first book in my new series, coming April 30th! I will have a preorder link ready for you soon :)

As always, if you have any questions or comments, please always feel free to email me.

With love,

Ellie

Read Book 2 of The Unconventional Ladies series!

Lady Julia Stone has everything a woman can ask for -- but for her secret ambitions, and her past love for an unsuitable man. Eddie Francis has achieved all his ambitions, but a past secret and current accusation have him questioning all he knows to be true. Then everything changes during one fateful race in Newmarket, when Eddie discovers Julia is posing as a jockey and she must put her trust in him to keep her secret and help her find victory. With all that stands against them, are Julia and Eddie willing to risk everything for their forbidden love?

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Historical Fun Fact

Last week we discussed Newmarket, and this week I'd like to tell you a bit about thoroughbreds! The origin of the Thoroughbred comes from eastern "hot blood" breeds, which were imported beginning around the sixteenth century, who were bred with English breeds of horses. The English picked up the Eastern practice of recording the names of their horses and pedigree. By the 1790s, the Jockey Club began to collect all of the pedigree of Thoroughbred studs across England, which were published in the General Stud Book -- a book that remains the record of all English Thoroughbred breeding to this day. By the Regency era, the term "Thoroughbred" only referred to those horses recorded in this book. Thank you to the Regency Redingnote for compiling this information! 

Group Giveaways
Win a $100 Gift Card!


If you adore rakes, rogues, and dashing gentlemen you have come to the right place! Be sure to check out our recommend historical romance reads then scroll down to enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card!

Click on the image on the left to get to the giveaway page.

Weekly Reads
Rose Pearson
The Duke's Saving Grace

Deborah would gladly spend her life saving others. It could be though that the one she wants to save the most is one that is beyond her reach.

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Laura Beers
The Baron's Daughter

As a plot threatening the stability of two countries begins to unfold, Morgan and Josette must stop the assassination of both the King of France and their own prince regent. However, trust does not come easily to either agent, and when a past truth is finally unveiled, will they be able to accept that not only is their mission on the line, but their hearts?

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Jillian Eaton
The Spring Duke

Athena knows that beneath Ambrose’s icy exterior is a man who wants to love again, and she’s willing to do whatever it takes to prove it. Even if that means risking everything, including her own heart…

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Emily Murdoch
Whirlwind with a Wolfe

He never expected such fire. She never expected to be abducted...

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Sophie Barnes
The Infamous Duchess

Branded a money-hungry con artist, Viola Cartwright has found refuge in her work at St. Agatha’s Hospital. The last thing she wants is another marriage. But when Henry Lowell, heir to Viscount Armswell, lands on her operating table after a duel, she finds the notorious rake impossible to resist. When her late husband’s son returns from overseas, contesting her inheritance, she discovers that Lowell might be the only man capable of helping her.

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Master of the Moor
Emmanuelle de Maupassant

After more than twenty years in exile, Mallon de Wolfe—formidable, handsome, and with a shard of ice where his heart should be—is returning to Dartmoor.
A place vast, barren and perilous; a place where secrets refuse to remain buried.

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Prairie Lily Press
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