Historical Romance: “Love, Unmasked”

masked ball novel

December 1813. The last masked ball of the year is approaching, but Fidelity Scott wishes she could give it a miss. Everyone in town has noticed how she drools over the delectable Sylvestre Brightenburg, and it’s impossible for her to bear their simpering amusement in public. Besides, it’s hardly fair to smile over her Brightenburg-induced yearning when every other gentlewoman in Mayfair drools over him just as much. So… one more masked ball, but will she be able to control heart at the ball? $0.99 on Kindle.


Mischief on Albemarle

Scoundrel of Mayfair

All Beryl Wentworth wants is for Finian Fitzwilliam to treat her like a grown woman instead of his childhood friend, the one he used to shove into mud puddles… unless she shoved him first, of course. But even though she’s grown up, he refuses to do so. So when Ernst Anton Oldenburg, the Duke of Cumberland, asks her to dance with him at the next assembly, she’s delighted to accept, mainly because that’s the quickest and surest way to irritate Fitz.

Only problem is, she succeeds beyond her wildest dream and now she can’t even have a decent ride in Rotten Row with Fitz. Whenever they get together, it degenerates into a row.

Can the Duke of Cumberland, the Scoundrel of Mayfair, solve Beryl’s problem without making it worse?