I’m thrilled to announce that Marry Me, Millie, the concluding book of The Dunsworthy Brides trilogy is available at ImaJinn Books.Â It is the launch book for the Forever Regency line at ImaJinn.Â Check it out at http://www.imajinnbooks.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=IB&Product_Code=MMM&Category_Code=
Or if the code doesn’t work for you, try www.imajinnbooks.com.Â Once you enter the site, the cover is at the top on the left.
The Dunsworthy Brides trilogy has had a strange life in publication.Â The first book — a traditional Regency then called The Perfect Match — was published by iPublish and was leading a successful life as a ebook.Â The second book was turned in and ready for editing when the plug was pulled on iPublish by TimeWarner.Â With the rights to the books back, I submitted them to my editor at Zebra.Â My last two book-length Regencies with Zebra Regency were the retitled The Perfect Bride and A Primrose Wedding.Â But that left Marry Me, Millie orphaned and without a home.Â When ImaJinn announced its plans for a Regency line, I submitted the idea for the third mss and it was accepted.Â So — finally — the third book is available to readers.
If you’ve read the first two books, you’ll want to know what happens to Aunt Millicent in the third book.Â However, if you missed the first two books, you can still enjoy this story because each book — though linked — is a stand-alone story.
So check out Marry Me, Millie.Â Want a tempting taste?Â Here’s the back cover copy:
THEIR ONCE IN A LIFETIME LOVE…
Millicent Dunsworthy has done her duty by seeing that her two nieces have made matches and married. She does not expect to make a match of her own until a very determined Alexander, Lord Marlesquin comes back into her life when she seeks his help for a friend.
…LOOKS FOR A SECOND CHANCE…
Even though Lord Marlesquin recently inherited his title, he still prefers being called “Quinn.” Not because he is accustomed to the nickname, but because he cannot forget how Millicent once whispered that name as he held her in his arms. He had to let her go fifteen years ago, but now she is back in Town and more desirable than ever.
…TO HAVE A HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Both Millicent and Quinn know the love they share has not diminished, but the secret that drove them apart remains unresolved. Yet, Quinn knows he cannot let her leave him again. But how can he say, “Marry Me, Millie,” when divulging his secret is sure to break her heart?
Enjoy!Â And don’t forget to check out My Lord Viking which is being reissued in the Forever Regency line.Â This book is not a traditional Regency, so if you prefer books with open door love scenes, this one is for you!
From the back cover of My Lord Viking:
A VOW THAT CANNOT BE BROKEN. . .
Viking Nils Bjornsson turns his back on a warrior’s reward to find his chieftain’s stolen knife and erase the dishonor brought upon Nils’s family. When he appeals to the Norse gods to send him a handmaiden to help him fulfill his pledge to bring the knife to his chieftain, he forgets how the old gods like to meddle in the lives of mortals.
A SPIRIT THAT WON’T BE BROKEN. . .
Lady Linnea Sutherland knows her father wishes her to marry their neighbor Lord Tuthill. It is certain to be the perfect match for a Regency miss. But Linnea is looking for a hero, a man who excites her heart as boring Lord Tuthill does not. When she discovers Nils injured on the shore, she is caught up in the adventure of helping this handsome, dangerous man complete the vow he made nearly a millennium before. But first she must teach this Viking how to act like a Regency gentleman.
TWO HEARTS THAT CAN BE BROKEN. . .
To help Nils means that Linnea must dare the ancient ways of his past and risk her future. In a game played in the Norse gods’ hall of Asgard, two human hearts are of little consequence and love can become an ally or a foe.