It’s here! I’ve finally re-edited and combined these three tales of steampunk romance adventure goodness into one set. It’s available at Amazon, BN, Kobo etc for your reading pleasure!
I just noticed that most of my historical romances are on sale. Most are $1.99 but this one is only $.99 and you can definitely start the series here even thought it’s a book 2 because it’s a simultaneous timeline with book 1! Book 3, Lady Be Good, is also on sale for $.99.
In honor of my mother’s birthday today, I thought I would look at the February birthday flower. There are various choices out there as there is no one system of birth month flowers or indeed, flower language as a whole, but I was fascinated by the iris.
It seems that the iris has had a number of meanings over the centuries. Since there is a Greek goddess named Iris, one possible meaning is “eloquence.” Other meanings are wisdom, faith, hope, and valor. I may have to use Iris as a heroine name now, with all of those great qualities being symbolized in this beautiful flower.
Are there other February birth flowers that you prefer?
After years of hiding herself in a protective cocoon, Cass Bellair steps out of her narrow world for jury duty. All she hopes to earn from the experience is lunch with the cute guy sitting behind her in court. Unfortunately, the defendant has different ideas. His henchmen are looking for weak spots in everyone involved in the trial.
Cass has a past tailor-made to haunt her. Soon, it seems no one wants the defendant to be convicted except the other jurors. The last person Cass can trust is the only person who can help her…
When Cass learns fellow juror Ben Cameron was once the friend of a man who brutalized her, she wants nothing to do with him. He is her enemy. Still, they are forced to work together to uncover the roots of the conspiracy targeting the jury. Getting close to Ben will put Cass’s heart at risk, but staying away will put the lives of many, including her own friends and family, in danger.
I hope you have a wonderful 2019! I have two new hardback Heather Redmond mysteries out this year, and we’ll see what else the year brings. I hope you follow me on Instagram if you haven’t already. It’s my favorite social media site at the moment and I post lots of art pieces and journal entries.
Kobo.com is having a big historical mystery sale and dropped my $12.99 price down to $3.99, but only for the next eight days! Amazon and Walmart have matched so far. I don’t think we’ll see this price again this year, so snap up the ebook now and you can even buy it for Christmas gifts now on Amazon with their new gifting feature.