Bestselling newcomer DG Rampton writes feel-good romantic stories featuring strong-willed heroines, dashing men and sparkling banter.
•• Austenesque Reviews ••
"The perfect blend of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer ... I heartily recommend reading either (or both!) of DG Rampton’s diverting, witty, and well-crafted Regency romances."
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“A delightful Regency Romance ... It has Austen's manners and wit, and Heyer's humorous situations.”
'I fail to see why you expect me to put up with your acerbic charm? Others of your acquaintance might be inclined to do so, but I, strange creature that I am, will not!'
When the beautiful Miss April Hartwood arrives in London to be introduced to Regency high society, she hopes for some fun and frivolity after a life spent in rural obscurity in Cornwall. Unfortunately for her, her grandmother has other ideas...marriage.
Lively and strong-willed, April does not appreciate being compelled to catch a husband. Yet, before long, she finds herself courting the affections of the Duke of Claredon, while struggling with a wholly inappropriate attraction to the insufferable Mr Royce.
In the lead up to Christmas, in the year 1820, a delightfully devious campaign is orchestrated to bring together two people destined for one another, regardless of the obstacles to be overcome and the inconvenient tendency on the part of the protagonists to resist their attraction...until they are finally brought to realise they cannot escape fate, or the meddling of one determined grandmother!
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About the Author
Bestselling author DG Rampton writes humorous romantic stories set in the Regency period, featuring strong-willed heroines, dashing men and sparkling banter.
"Austen’s manners and wit, and Heyer’s humorous situations"- @all.the.lovely.pages
"Diverting, witty and well-crafted Regency romances"- Austenesque Reviews Blog
"The only modern author to meet the standards of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer"- A. Tedford
••• ABOUT THE AUTHOR •••
I have always been a creative creature at heart with a passion for storytelling. But, by some mischievous twist of fate, I found myself studying engineering (the driest and most analytical of subjects) and followed that up by working in the construction industry for ten years. What possessed me, you might well ask! But eventually the call of my creative inclinations proved too demanding and I started to write.
If it wasn't for the wonderful reviews I have received from my readers, I may have never continued my writing journey, so a big thank you to anyone who has left me a lovely review...I feel truly blessed.