Sweet Saturday Sample from My New Historical Romance

Into The Lion’s Heart kicks off the new historical romance line by The Wild Rose Press called Love Letters and is available in various digital formats to suit any eReader.  This story has a sweet rating.  The idea behind Love Letters is that a letter is responsible for bringing the hero and heroine together.

*As of today, the story is out in Kindle.

And now, to get us started, here’s the Prologue from Into the Lion’s Heart~

October, 1789, The English Countryside in Kent

What a bloody bore.  Lurching over the rutted road, the autumn countryside obscured by sheets of rain, Captain Dalton Evans shifted wearily in the cumbersome coach. With little else to occupy him, he pulled the letter from his breast coat pocket. Aunt Agnes conveyed the contents earlier but Dalton hadn’t troubled to read the urgent summons penned by the illustrious Vicomte Henri Devereux—illustrious according to his aunt, anyway.

My Dear Madame,

I pray this finds you in good health and beg you excuse the abruptness of my missive. With the utmost faith in your generous nature, highly spoken of by my beloved late wife, I implore your assistance. France is in turmoil, its future precarious. For myself I make no complaint and will bear my lot, but beg you to assure the safety of my dearest Sophia. Please care for my darling girl as you would your own child. As soon as arrangements may be made, Mademoiselle Devereux will cross the Channel on The White Rose and should arrive at Dover harbor on the 20th

A fierce jolt jerked his focus to the muddy track serving as a road. That madman driving this coach would have them over in a ditch next thing.

Reassured his position was safe for the moment, Dalton glanced back at the letter. The brief plea lacked the formal, flowery language he would’ve expected from a French nobleman. Clearly the vicomte was backed against a wall, his plight pitiable. But Dalton’s role as newly appointed champion of Sophia Devereux vexed him to the extreme.~

Blurb for Into the Lion’s Heart:

As the French Revolution rages, the English nobility offer sanctuary to many a refugee. Captain Dalton Evans arrives in Dover to meet a distant cousin, expecting to see a spoiled aristocrat. Instead, he’s conquered by the simplicity of his new charge. And his best friend Thomas Archer isn’t immune to her artless charm, either.

Cecile Beaumont didn’t choose to travel across the Channel. And she certainly didn’t expect that impersonating her own mistress would introduce her to a most mesmerizing man. Now she must play out the masquerade, or risk life, freedom – and her heart.~

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22 responses to “Sweet Saturday Sample from My New Historical Romance

  1. Ok. I’ve got to download this immediately. I LOVE the way you paint with words, Beth. Thank you for creating another great escape in a story.



  2. Jacqueline Seewald

    Your book looks like a wonderful read! Congrats,

    Jacqueline Seewald
    TEA LEAVES AND TAROT CARDS–paranormal historical romance–ask for it at your local library!


  3. Sounds like a great story, Beth! Congrats on the release. They did a great job with the cover too! Wishing you many sales!


  4. Jennifer Lowery~Writer

    You’re sample is wonderful. Pics are great too. I love reading your work, very poetic. Thanks for sharing.


  5. Beth I find incredible beauty in your pictures and your words. You are one great talent. With a heart of gold!
    Looking forward to another great read!


  6. Sounds like we’re off on another wonderful adventure


  7. Starting off a new series, and such an ice way to do it! Makes any reader long for the days of handwritten letters.


  8. Really nice cover. Your book sounds lovely.
    Sue B


  9. It looks like a great read. 🙂 Thank you for sharing an excerpt.


  10. You’ve got my attention! The name of the ship (The White Rose) wasn’t coincidental…was it? 😉


  11. Your choice of pictures to enhance your wonderful offering always stuns me.


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