Lady Helena Staley knows that she will one day marry a peer of her father’s choosing. She has only resented her future once, when Mr. Price stole her heart at Almack’s and did not even send her flowers in return.
Matthew Price is in no position to marry. He knows this. But that fact has not kept him from pining for the mystery lady he met at Almack’s. If only he knew where to find her.
Fate, or possibly bad luck, brings them together again. There is just one problem, Lady Helena is promised to the Marquess of Boxwood, Matthew’s best friend.
Will duty and pride stand in the way, or can Matthew and Helena find a way to choose their own path?
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I enjoy writing regencies because of the world and the unique conflicts not available in contemporary. As I was brainstorming possible conflicts, I came up with the idea of a couple that is kept apart because she is promised to his best friend. It grew from there.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Once I had the conflict, I thought through what types of characters would find themselves in the situation. I also decided that it was important for the main male characters to be opposites of each other.
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