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Updates!

I’ve had many emails asking me about paperback versions of my books, inquiring when Georgiana Darcy’s Diary and my other series will be available in paperback as well as e-book form. And now I’m so excited to announce that–thanks to Mr. (amazingly awesome) Husband–the paperbacks now are available. Go to Amazon or –especially for non-US readers– Book Depository [edited by Mr. Husband to say that there will be a delay (maybe a month or two, worst case?) as we wait for the books to appear on the Book Depository] and you can find the first two books of my Susanna and the Spy series as well as Georgiana Darcy’s Diary and its sequel. And my amazingly talented friend Laura Masselos’s drawings look SO incredibly gorgeous in the Georgiana paperbacks. She has done all original artwork for both Georgiana’s Diary and Pemberley to Waterloo, and I am so, so happy with the result. Thanks, Laura!

And next, for anyone who has read Demon Hunter and Baby, you know that Aisling, my heroine, is torn between the two men in her life: Kieran and Rafe. And so am I! Honestly, I started the series knowing exactly who Ash was meant to be with . . . and now I’m not so sure at all! I think I’m waiting for Ash to clue me in as I write the next books. But until she does, you can cast your vote! Go here and you can tell me who you think Ash should end up with! Can’t promise I will go with a majority rules or anything like that, but I definitely DO promise you that I am going to read and think about every response as I wait for Ash to make up her mind. And thank you to everyone who has responded so far!

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