A bit of background: Tarleton's Wife is my first published book. It came out as an e-book & CD in 1999 and in print in 2000. It has been with Ellora's Cave Blush for several years now, and frankly the new print version came as a surprise. Tarleton's Wife is my second favorite book, right after The Sometime Bride, so I am particularly pleased to see it done up in such an attractive version. Here's the new cover. Please tell me what you think.
Julia Litchfield, who has followed the drum all her life, is statuesque, independent, courageous, closer to handsome than pretty. Not at all the petite, sweet type her father’s aide-de-camp Major Nicholas Tarleton prefers. But on his deathbed in Spain, the major marries Julia so she will have a roof over her head when she returns to England.
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Note: Cross-over characters from both Tarleton's Wife and The Sometime Bride can be found in O'Rourke's Heiress, and my next full-length Regency Historical (not yet begun) will finally provide a spouse for the gentleman who keeps getting left out.
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