In the age of jazz and champagne cocktails, respectable English widow Jenny embarks on a new life in America. Whatever adventures lie ahead, she's certain of one thing: one loss was enough for a lifetime. She will never love again.
So when, halfway across the ocean, she is stuck in an elevator with Tom Gallagher, a roguishly handsome and very unavailable Prohibition gangster, she has nothing to fear where her heart is concerned, does she?
His is a life of duty and tradition, hers is the pursuit of pleasure...
When wild child and dedicated Flapper Gabrielle discovers the adventurous spirit within staid aristocrat Sebastian, she seduces him into a last fling before he settles for a loveless marriage.
But as the Twenties roar to their conclusion, is their brief affair doomed before it even begins?
"LET'S MISBEHAVE displays the excellence every novella should aspire to. The writing is clear, sharp, and precise with wonderful description." - The Romance Reviews
Ingénue Isobel Harrington, fresh from finishing school in the summer of 1922, experiences a sexual awakening during a visit to Italy's Amalfi Coast.
Sent to visit distant relatives in the hope she will ensnare a wealthy and aristocratic English husband, Isobel falls instead under the spell of enigmatic local, Stefano.
Is their forbidden romance destined to be nothing more than a holiday affair, or will Isobel be brave enough to defy convention and her parents' expectations to follow her dreams?
"A delicious historical romance that transported me to the citrus groves of Positano and made me long for the cocktail hour to be reinstated. Marvellous." - author Rachel Lyndhurst
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Rosalie Stanton is a city girl who loves parties and ‘fixing’ people. When she finds a long-lost love letter in a house she’s redecorating she sets off on a quest to find its rightful owner.
Commander William Cavendish has lived as a recluse since his return from the Great War. His peaceful existence is shattered by the return of the letter that once held all his hopes — and by its bearer, the irrepressible Rosalie, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his lost love.
Rosalie is just as determined to fix William and re-introduce him into society as he is determined to resist her. They both might have met their match.
"The writing is as airy and bright as Rosalie herself. The characters are drawn with the sure strokes of an accomplished author. And the ending is as satisfying as any I’ve read. Dear Julia will wedge itself into your heart." Storm Goddess Reviews