I’mdelighted to be taking part today fin the blog tour today for Lady Edith’s Lonely Heart by Audrey Harrison with this spotlight post. My thanks to Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s Random Resources for asking me to take part in the tour.
She is under pressure to find a husband she doesn’t want. He keeps to the fringes of society because of family constraints. Will the written word be enough to bring two lost souls together?
Lady Edith Longdon is an heiress, in danger of being classed a spinster, and disillusioned with the fops, dandies, and fortune hunters surrounding her in society. Deciding it’s time to take her future into her own hands, she devises a foolproof way of finding someone she can love. She’s convinced nothing could go wrong…
Lord Ralph Pensby, overwhelmed by a sense of obligation, and with no one he can turn to, is adrift from those around him…
Two people drawn together, both on a journey which will affect them in ways they could never have foreseen. Secret correspondence, mistrust and confusion, not to mention cads of the highest order, make this novel a fast-paced, heart-warming story.
I am not a big reader of Regency romance but I know there are a lot of fans out there who will love this book and I am thinking that it is a genre I should explore more!
Lady Edith’s Lonely Heart is out now and you can get your copy here.
Make sure you check out the rest of the blogs taking part in the tour for reviews of the book and other great content:
About the Author
AMAZONUK KINDLE STORYTELLER COMPETITION FINALIST 2018!
Audrey was born about two hundred years too late. She wants to belong to a time when men were men and women were dressed in gowns and could float, simper and sigh.
In the real world she has always longed to write, writing a full manuscript when she was fourteen years old. Work, marriage and children got in the way as they do and it was only when an event at work landed her in hospital that she decided to take stock. One Voluntary Redundancy later, she found that the words and characters came to the forefront and the writing began in earnest.
So, although at home more these days, the housework is still neglected and meals are still late on the table, but she has an understanding family, who usually shake their heads at her and sigh. That is a sign of understanding, isn’t it?
Facebook: Audrey Harrison Author