Seduction of a Bluestocking: Sisters of the Heart Series Book Two

Seduction of a Bluestocking: Sisters of the Heart Series Book Two



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ISBN-13: 9780983829607
Publisher: ARTEMIS Books
Publication date: 07/14/2011
Pages: 284
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author


I adore 18th century English history and imagine I'm transported back to that period when I'm writing. I make every attempt to represent the period authentically when I write of it and don't pull punches. As a result, you may find some of my content unusual, but I believe strongly in representing likely characters of the period realistically.

Character inspirations come to me after reading of a particular event, during the period, that interests me. I often awaken from a sound sleep with a poem or segment of a story telling itself to me quite clearly. I jump up (scare my hubby half to death) and run to my desk to write it all out. At other times, mostly when I'm gardening or just allowing my mind to wander, a character will reveal itself to me with such clarity that I feel as if they are real. When I write of them it's more a sharing of their thoughts then a telling, if you understand my meaning.

I'll close with this tidbit...a segment from my dream the other night.

Don't be afraid to dream: fear is a rabid beast with gaping mouth, blood-drenched teeth and a voracious appetite for dreams.

Dream on, dear reader!


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Seduction of a Bluestocking, Sisters of the Heart Series, Book Two 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just finished it and can't wait for the next in the series. It's so different! I loved the first one and this book kind of picks up on things I suspected in the first one. I've been a romance reader all my life and sometimes stories get a little stale. These are so fresh.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
Rachel Steele decides she’ll never fall for another man after being jilted by her childhood boyfriend. There again, it’s not clear another man will ever look at her, since her betrayal is soon the talk of the town. So Rachel hides away in work, becoming a governess, espousing women’s causes, and... well, and falling for the guardian of a girl left in her care. Meanwhile, the handsome William Seaton eases physical and mental stress with the ministrations of various fallen women, while falling for Rachel. Historical details meld nicely with the sensibilities of a lady of the time, as certain parts of a male horse’s anatomy might perhaps be covered, and a child flees the dreaded application of leeches to a black eye. Meanwhile bluestocking women speak up for themselves and the poor, and the workhouse is a very real threat. The social importance of Poor Law Reform is counterbalanced with the hilarious antics of wayward pets as children grow swiftly to teens, and love reveals itself behind rejection. The Seduction of a Bluestocking is a pleasing tale, complete in itself, but with an undercurrent of greater threat still awaiting resolution by the end. (After all, it's book two in a series, but it stands alone quite well.) Love is a game of chess, but checkers might follow I guess. Smooth, fast-flowing and fun, marred by occasional typos, but sweetened with genuine humor, this enjoyable historical romance has just enough history to really intrigue. Disclosure: I won a copy, and finally got around to reading and enjoying it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not every day an author come along able to tell a story this well and from the heart. This is one of those must read books. Wonderful