Wednesday, March 23, 2016



Genre: Victorian romance
Release Date: March 15th 2016
Publisher:  eKensington/Lyrical Press

She Can't Forget Him… 

Jane Charlotte Danes has loved the squire of her idyllic country town for as long as she can remember. He is good, kind, and alluring beyond words… and he chose to marry another. Tired of dwelling on her futile longings, Jane plans a move to Bath, where she dreams of a new beginning. But the man who has so imprisoned her heart is only a few steps behind…

He Can't Let Her Go…

Until now, Matthew Cleaves has endeavoured to meet the responsibilities of his position with dignity and good spirits--including his dutiful marriage. But when his wife leaves him for another man, Matthew is at last free to pursue his one true love. Only one vital question remains: will the captivating, stubborn, beautiful Jane allow him the challenge, and the pleasure, of winning her back? 

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Rachel lives with her husband and two teenage daughters in a small town near Bath in the UK. Since 2013, she has had five books published by Harlequin Superromance (Templeton Cove Stories) and recently signed a contract for three more. 
She also has four Victorian romances with eKensington/Lyrical and hoping to sign a new contract for further historical romances shortly.
When she isn’t writing, you’ll find Rachel with her head in a book or walking the beautiful English countryside with her family.

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Jane Charlotte Danes is the daughter of good standing and a certain amount of wealth.
Squire Matthew Cleaves has the responsibility of his entire community upon his shoulders.
Jane and Matthew grew up the best of friends but he was required to marry at his station and fulfill duties to his family line and his position. That did not keep Jane from growing feelings towards him her entire life... until the day Matthew married Elizabeth.

Not too many years later, the shamble of a marriage disintegrates when Elizabeth is the one to disgrace the joining. By this time, Jane's parents are gone and her sister has married and built a solid life for herself. Jane finds the courage to decalre that this is her turn, her time. Their father left one hone each to his two daughters. Jane's is away from the village in the larger city.

Everyone is concerned how Jane will fare unsupervised in a city. Jane is determined to make her life count for something. She has a desire to be around children and to give children a better life.
However, this is in an era where women of breeding do not take on jobs nor express their opinions in opposition to men.

To complicate matters, the man she wants to distance herself from, Squire Matthew, decides to make himself her protector. Can they deny the feelings that are naturally between them?
Can Jane save her reputation when being so often in the company of a married man?

A very pleasant Victorian novel with strong women and the parameters and decorum carried over through Regency times. Many obstacles and emotions to overcome, this story has a broad happy ending.

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