What do you get if you cross Elizabeth Bennett with Jack the Ripper?

Whatever it is, you’d probably better not snub her at a party.

Lady Charlotte and the Dark Side, the sequel to Lady Charlotte’s Dilemma, has just been released with all the fanfare I can manage, to sink or swim among the billions of titles in the Amazon pond. It’s a Gothic mystery-romance, modelled along the lines of The Castle of Otranto, Dracula, The Woman in White and such-like – but with a sense of humour.

As we enter Charlotte’s world, our heroine has just accidentally drunk a vial of mysterious liquid containing the spirit of long-dead Queen, Anne Boleyn (a lesson to us all – always read the label!). On the bright side, she’s about to be married to Count Vladimir Saxe-Coburg Dragenhof, who’s promised to assist her with her dilemma. BUT as she prepares to say ‘I do’, a pale and devastatingly handsome stranger interrupts proceedings. Who is he – and what does he want with Charlotte – or rather, Anne? And why the sudden spate of grisly murders in the back alleys of London? Not that any of the victims will be much missed.

Anyway, both books are completely free on Amazon from 31 August to 3 September. If you do download a copy, I’d very much appreciate a review. It doesn’t have to be long – just positive (just kidding).

My sincere thanks go to Book Review Gal, who kindly reviewed Lady C and the Dark Side on her blog (and if you’d like to review it, or interview me, on your blog, I’m all yours and will happily rabbit on about anything at all. Right now – well let’s be honest, always – I’m a tart for publicity, and my secrets are yours for the asking.

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