Saturday, 25 February 2012

Review of Tangled Love

I am delighted with this review of my novel on Amazon kindle.

Love, betrayal, treasure trove,

J. Pittam "Maythorn" (Hertfordshire, England)

This review is for: Tangled Love (Kindle Edition)
I very much enjoyed this new author. Tangled Love is set at the turn of the 18th century it follows the fortunes of Richelda, poverty-stricken daughter of a now-dead Jacobite. Richelda is haunted by the childhood oath she made at her father's instigation, to regain their ancestral home. She knows she has little chance of fulfilling that dream - until her wealthy aunt promises to make Richelda her heiress. But there is a condition; she must marry the man of her aunt's choosing- Viscount Lord Chesney. Richelda's feelings for Chesney are ambivalent and her heart already belongs to her peniless childhood companion, Dudley.

Love and betrayal, misplaced loyalties, even the promise of a treasure trove make this an charming story with a well-rounded, believable heroine and a delicious hero. Rosemary Morris's attention to historical detail brings period and place vividly to life. More please,

All the best,
Rosemary Morris

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Guest blog with Paige Hurtado

I am also pleased to announce that I am a guest blogger at Paige Hurtado's blog​author-introduction.

Paige, who is working on her first novel, kindly invited me to be a guest and I'm delighted with the blog,

All the best,
Rosemary Morris

New release.Tangled Love the tale of two great houses and their owners set in England in 1706

Rosemary Morris guest at Helen Hollick's blog

I'm delighted to announce that I am a guest of Helen Hollick, the international best seller, at:

Helen asked me to invite ten guests - visit the blog to find out who I invited. I hope you will find them intriguing,

All the best,

Tangled Love the tale of two great houses and their owners set in 1706 available now from MuseItUppublishing,Kindle,Kobo,Sony-e-reader and elsewhere.