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Release-Day Grand Finale for The Suspect's Daughter By Donna Hatch
We're celebrating the release of The Suspect's Daughter! We hope you enjoyed finding out more about Grant Amesbury, the reclusive Bow Street Runner who has finally met his match, and the Regency era this story is set in. If you missed any of the stops, you can check them out now...
Launch - Intro to the Book
Bookworm Lisa - About the Book & 5 Fun Facts
Getting Your Read On - Review
I Am A Reader - Why Regency Gentleman Make the Perfect Heroes
Katie's Clean Book Collection - Review
Teatime and Books - Regency
Reading Is My SuperPower - Review
Christy's Cozy Corners - British Titles
underneath the covers - Writing Great Kissing Scenes
Great kissing scenes always include a great deal of sensory detail. I try to include as many of the five senses as possible, as well as internalization—what that person is thinking and feeling in his/her heart. I walk a fine line between sizzling chemistry and staying on the “sweeter” side of romance.
Colorimetry - CarriagesTo accommodate the Regency gentry or nobility, the styles, paint design, and features of carriages were as varied as today’s automobiles. Image, status, and money, as well as personal taste, were all factors in choosing a carriage. Nobility had their family coat of arms painted on the side of their family coach. A reader may come across a number of different names for carriages, and unless one is willing to do some research, these names may mean nothing.
Rockin' Book Reviews - Review
"From the first pages of this book, I was completely sucked in. I fell in love with Grant and Jocelyn and the type of characters they portrayed. I would recommend this book to anyone."
Wishful Endings - Bow Street Runners
Into this ineffective chaos stepped the Fielding brothers. Henry Fielding was a magistrate who operated his office on Bow Street. In 1750, he and his brother hand picked and organized an elite fighting force of highly trained and disciplined young men known as the Bow Street Runners. Later nick-named the “Robins Redbreasts” for their distinctive red waistcoats, they conducted investigations, including a rudimentary forensics and interrogations. They even carried handcuffs.
Bookworm Nation - Review
Singing Librarian Books - The Cato Street Conspiracy