Rules for a Rogue is available now!
This start of a new series features a family of rebels who’ve inherited their father’s etiquette book publishing business. None of them were terribly fond of their father’s books, especially Kit, the oldest and hero of the first book.
Like my other stories, this one is set in the Victorian era, in the early 1890s. I love the period because of the changes taking place in society and technology. Women had more options in terms of employment and the women’s suffrage movement was well underway.
Ophelia, my heroine in Rules for a Rogue, is one of my favorites. She’s strong, smart, and struggles with making the right decisions to support her family and protect her heart.
I love these character so much that I commissioned a fabulous artist named Jenna Paddey to create sketches of Kit and Ophelia.
Once you read the book after it’s released in November, I hope you’ll let me know what you think of my first hero and heroine in the new Romancing the Rules series!