Today’s Regency-era research topic was regarding what might be implied if a gentleman offered his arm to his friend while they were out walking. I found my way to The Laws of Etiquette, by A Gentleman, which is American, but makes great example of the manners of Beau Brummel and generally observes English etiquette. My … More Regency Etiquette
Laurence Aberforth has never been in love. The first time he meets the impulsive and charming Gilbert Heckwith, he accepts a wager as to whether or not true love exists in the world. Amidst the playful flirtation of their new friendship, they explore the concept of love through philosophy and poetry, and the two of … More A Wager of Love available for Pre-Order!
Been reading a lot of vintage love poems for use in the current M/M Regency Romance I’m writing, because one of my characters apparently collects them. This is one of my favorites, a rare little gem: I can only find 3 primary sources of this anywhere, two of which were only as partial quotes from … More Research: Poetry
My debut regency romance novel, Lord Loxley’s Lover, is now available on Amazon! Lord Loxley is bewildered when his noble-born friend and former lover, Miles Rochester arrives on his doorstep and applies for a position as his valet. His friend has suffered a complete loss of status and finances, and has become bitter at the … More Lord Loxley’s Lover now live on Amazon!