Lord Blackwell's Rude Awakening

Lord Blackwell's Rude Awakening

by Julie Tetel Andresen
Lord Blackwell's Rude Awakening

Lord Blackwell's Rude Awakening

by Julie Tetel Andresen



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Maximillian Routledge, the new Lord Blackwell, decides to marry his country estate neighbor, Charlotte Wiley, on a whim. What happens next keeps him guessing: is he an excellent judge of character or was he just lucky to have married the perfect wife ... who may have already given her heart to another man?

"This novella is an entertaining romp with a lot of heart. A worthy Plain Jane conquers a handsome hero." Caroline C.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161347515
Publisher: LLA Books
Publication date: 03/20/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 481,331
File size: 178 KB

About the Author

Julie Tetel Andresen has written about language and love for more than 20 years. A professor of linguistics at Duke University, Julie has also written more than twenty romance novels and novellas.
Before moving to publish exclusively on the Amazon Kindle library, Julie was published by Fawcett Crest, Warner Books, and Harlequin. Her novels cross many sub-genres of romance, including mystery, paranormal, contemporary, BDSM, motorcycle club, and historical fiction.

Julie loves to travel, and has lived for extended periods in Germany, France, Romania, Vietnam, and Mongolia. As a child, she had a passion for playing the piano, and transferred that passion as an adult into writing romance novels and scholarly books about language. For Julie, writing essays in foreign languages is like playing scales and arpeggios as a warm-up exercise for writing in English.

Julie also draws inspiration from practicing yoga on a regular basis. Learning new grammatical forms is similar to trying new mental asanas: can she get her leg behind her head in Romanian or get into full lotus in Vietnamese? No? Well, then, how about triangle pose or half-lotus?
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