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About the author:
L. L; Neal grew up reading romances and particularly loved Regency romances. She took up writing when the romances she was reading started to blur together and to look the same. Her first set of Regency romances, The Tumbling Green romances, are set in Regency times but with strong-willed heroines.
L. L. Neal comes from a family of eight and grew up with five sisters, giving her insights into how siblings do—and don’t—get along. L. L. Neal currently lives with her husband of seventeen years, two dogs, and two cats. In her spare time she’s crafty: sewing pillowcases for charity, knitting wool socks for family, crocheting lap throws, and quilting.
Here is a short sample from the book:
laughing and telling Aunt Hyacinth the wedding was on, and explaining how he was getting a special license so Edwina couldn’t escape him. Edwina was smiling at Ferdy. “Oh, thank heavens, the wedding will go forward! I was worried for a while there, Edwina. Ferdy, you should be ashamed of yourself for ignoring my sister so blatantly for so long—it wasn’t nice!” Lilly exclaimed.
Edwina looked at Lilly and said, “He doesn’t need to have anything happen to him, the marriage will take place. Now, do be a good girl and go find Mama, would you?” She looked at her sister and said, “Not now, I need Aunt Hyacinth. The footman found me to ask me about the champagne. Do we have any more?”
Aunt Hyacinth shook her head at this and said, “I will have to go deal with this. Both of you, I wish you happy.” She walked off, and Lilly grunted at them as she walked away as well.