Bestselling newcomer DG Rampton writes feel-good romantic stories featuring strong-willed heroines, dashing men and sparkling banter. For fans of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer and Downton Abbey.
•• Richmond Magazine ••
"Artemisia is a great success; a protagonist of whom Jane Austen would have approved, majoring in wit and intelligence."
•• The Scribe Blog ••
"The characters that DG Rampton brings to life are strong, witty and beautifully alive."
'You forget yourself, your lordship. You have no rights to allow or disallow anything I may choose to do. You have, in fact, no claim over me whatsoever – a circumstance for which I thank the Lord on a daily basis! I am neither your ward nor your dependent, and I will not allow you to talk to me in that odiously overbearing fashion!'
High-spirited Artemisia Grantley, niece of the Duke of Wentworth, has never made any attempt to conform to the feminine ideal expected of a lady of quality, nor has she ever had the benefit of an unfavourable opinion formed against her. But when the Marquess of Chysm enters her life, it seems to her that his lordship is always at hand to witness her shortcomings and bring them to her attention, inciting her temper and leaving her flustered.
As she reluctantly embarks upon her first London Season, a scandalous family secret and a conspiracy that stretches all the way to Napoleonic France threaten to entangle her with the one person she could happily throttle.
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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.