Powered by DitDat

Extras

Click here for blog post extras about the Lady Wynwood's Spies series

Series name change

Readers who have been with me from the beginning know that the original series name was the "Lady Wynwood series," but the name changed to the "Lady Wynwood's Spies series." You can read on my blog about why the name and the series structure changed.

Lady Wynwood's Spies series

After the pain and suffering of her short marriage, widowed Lady Wynwood has finally regained emotional and spiritual peace. But old secrets and new friends draw her into danger. Can she and her newly-formed ring of spies stop a mysterious organization determined to help Napoleon win the war?

The prequel book for this series, The Spinster’s Christmas, was originally available in the Inspy Kisses anthology, Mistletoe Kisses. However, a revised and expanded version of The Spinster’s Christmas is now available in ebook and print.

Lady Wynwood's Spies volume 1 coming soon!

What's up with the Gentlemen Quartet?

I wrote this book as the first book in the Lady Wynwood series, but in that same year I also published Prelude for a Lord, the first book in my Gentlemen Quartet series.

Since then, I've been working on the next Lady Wynwood's Spies series books, but I do intend to go back to the Gentlemen Quartet and continue writing books for that series. If you belong to my email newsletter, you'll be sure to hear when the next book (Lady Wynwood or Gentlemen Quartet) is available.
“By degrees the girls came to spend the chief of the morning upstairs, at first only in working and talking, but after a few days, the remembrance of the said books grew so potent and stimulative that Fanny found it impossible not to try for books again. There were none in her father's house; but wealth is luxurious and daring, and some of hers found its way to a circulating library. She became a subscriber; amazed at being anything in propria persona, amazed at her own doings in every way, to be a renter, a chuser of books! And to be having any one's improvement in view in her choice! But so it was. Susan had read nothing, and Fanny longed to give her a share in her own first pleasures, and inspire a taste for the biography and poetry which she delighted in herself.”

Excerpt from Mansfield Park by Jane Austen