Well that’s fine actually, because you’d probaly still be one of the firsts that morning.
Do you have set dates when you update?
My two latest WIPs are historical fantasies with romance!
The Two Foxes is set during the 17th century in Massachusetts.
Forsaken, Forbidden, Forgotten is set during the Bronze Age in Celtic Breton.
Added to my reading list
Sorry for responding so late! No, I don’t but I give reader updates as I go along. Like I just finished the first section of the chapter. Two more to go.
It is fine I completely forgot about the question. .
I have a historical romance called Through My Eyes. This is the description:
Set in the late 18th century, this saga of love and betrothal envisions how girls of supposedly ‘noble’ families were lured into a marriage they do not necessarily want to be a part of. Seventeen year old Eloise is the daughter of a Duchess, a widowed Duchess.Her mother expects a lot from her, perhaps too much. One night, it is revealed that Eloise is betrothed… to a man she has never met. He is due to arrive for their wedding in the late summer and Eloise has no say in the matter. As time passes and Emmanuel proves himself to be a man that Eloise hates, she finds herself being drawn closer and closer to her childhood best friend, Damon. What will Eloise choose? Emmanuel, whom by marrying, Eloise will be able to uphold her mother’s reputation, or Damon, with whom her heart lies?
I am also currently writing the sequel to it, so please do check that out if Through My Eyes is to your taste!
Mine is both historical romance and fantasy. I don’t know if that’s what you’re into at all.
Sylvia, the daughter of a London dressmaker, has always wanted to leave the city for the place where all her mother’s fairytales take place. But after she is sent away to Dartmoor to escape the Blitz, she finds herself trapped in a terrifying fairytale of her own when she is abducted by The Alder King: the ruthless leader of the Wild Hunt. Insisting that her family owes him a great debt, Sylvia is forced into servitude within the castle at the heart of the Underwood. There she must use her skills as a seamstress to navigate this strange world of spirits and, one day, earn back her freedom. But when she meets the King’s beautiful, red-haired gamekeeper, her needlework suddenly begins taking on a life of its own. If the King discovers these new “talents” of hers, will he ever want to let her go?
Thank you! I hope you enjoy it!