An awkward young woman. A haunted young man. A forbidden instrument. Can the love of music bring them together . . . or will it tear them apart?
At twenty-eight, Alethea Sutherton is past her prime for courtship; but social mores have never been her forté. She might be a lady, but she is first and foremost a musician.
In Regency England, however, the violin is considered an inappropriate instrument for a lady. Ostracized by society for her passion, Alethea practices in secret and waits for her chance to flee to the Continent, where she can play without scandal.
But when a thief’s interest in her violin endangers her and her family, Alethea is determined to discover the enigmatic origins of her instrument . . . with the help of the dark, brooding Lord Dommick.
Scarred by war, Dommick finds solace only in playing his violin. He is persuaded to help Alethea, and discovers an entirely new yearning in his soul.
Alethea finds her reluctant heart drawn to Dommick in the sweetest of duets . . .just as the thief’s desperation builds to a tragic crescendo . . .
"This very enjoyable book will appeal to fans of Jane Austen and Linore Rose Burkard." —CBA Retailers + Resources
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I'm waiting on my winners copy to arrive, which means I haven't read it yet. But it looks good and is in my favorite genre - Regency! Also, Austen and Burkard are two of my favorite authors, so how can it be anything but great with an endorsement like that. J
The author, Camille Elliot, has offered a copy to one of my blog readers!
How sweet is that?!
All you have to do is leave a comment, along with an email address below, to be entered. Be sure and thank Camille for her generosity.
OPEN Internationally BUT Paperback copy only to US winner.
Otherwise, it's ebook only from Kindle, Nook, Kobo, or iBooks.
For EXTRA entries:
(all links are in sidebar)
Just let me know how you follow and I will throw your name in the hat twice!
Ends Sept 19th.
Have a blessed day in the Lord,