I came across the image above, the other day.
I’ve seen a lot of images related to the Covid19 pandemic, but this one struck me deeply. Times Square isn’t supposed to be empty, ever.
It’s a powerful statement of the current state of affairs.
Thank you to everyone who has emailed and asked about our status. I deeply appreciate your concern.
As I reported in earlier posts in the last couple of weeks, my household has all been laid off from their jobs, so we’re all staying in for as long as possible — for as long as the food lasts, at least. So far, no one is ill or showing any symptoms of anything but the stir-crazies.
That’s not an issue for me. I have my work as always. I never thought that being self-employed with a 100% online business would ever be a runaway advantage, but my, how times have changed!
I hope you and your family are coping well with the changed circumstances.
Last week’s new release should provide you with a few hours escape from your living room. It’s set in the 19th century — the Victorian Era.
The Prince kisses her, instead of her twin sister.
Elise never intends to marry. Marriage is far too restricting, in her estimation. Instead, she grasps what freedom there is in running her Great Aunt Annalies’ boarding house. When Danyal, newly crowned Prince of Pandev, kisses her by mistake, her delicately balanced contentment is shattered.
Danyal isn’t in England to find a wife, as society believes. An English wife would offend the Balkan Separatists who threaten his principality. Such a wife would also defeat his desire to separate his family from the stained reputation which dogs it, which the former Prince, his uncle Kosta, was never fully successful in removing.
So why can he not stop thinking about that simple—delightful—kiss, and the woman he held in his arms for only a moment?
This book is part of the Scandalous Family—The Victorians. This is the second spin-off series to feature a new generation of the Great Family, who are now scattering across Europe and beyond in search of adventure…and love.
This story is part of the Scandalous Family—The Victorians series:
1.0 His Parisian Mistress
2.0 Her Rebellious Prince
3.0 Their Foreign Affair
…and more to come!
A Victorian Era Historical Romance
Praise for the Scandalous Family—The Victorians series
Tracy is a wonderful writer that loves a complicated story. While her stories are true to the Victorian era, she brings so much more to her books.
The characters are full of emotion and suck you right into the story. I love how Tracy pulls the reader into the story and we feel we have a front row seat to the action, and feel all the ups and downs of the characters.
One thing is for sure, this is not your usual Victorian romance. This story has a great, and at least for me, and unexpected plot.
This is a really satisfying read! There’s plenty of substance to the plot and an interesting storyline with intrigue, action and suspense as well as the delicious romantic relationship developed between the two main characters.
Tracy Cooper-Posey has a succinct and yet enthralling writing style that creates such an immersive experience that I feel like I’m stepping into situations right alongside these characters that I am getting to know!
Her Rebellious Prince is available on all bookseller sites, everywhere, including MY site…but only for a couple of weeks. Then I will be removing it from all non-Amazon books sites, and enrolling it in Kindle Unlimited.
You can read an excerpt, and early reviews, here.
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