A Scholarly Application - the third in the Furze House Irregulars series - is now up on Amazon, ready to be delivered to your Kindle on April 18th.
This third book was something of a challenge. After A Rational Proposal and A Respectable House, I knew the world of the series well, and was comfortable with all four of my heroines. I also knew three of my heroes reasonably intimately. But I had no idea at all about Lilith's Edward. Absolutely none. He was simply a name on the page. Terrifying. It wasn't until I came across a photo of David Bowie looking endearingly scruffy, with a blond fringe falling over his eyes, that I suddenly 'saw' Ned Makepeace and knew what made him tick.
Relief all round. I do hope you enjoy the result.
A Scholarly Application:
Society bluestocking Lilith Fitzgilbert is the last person
anyone would expect to create a scandal. Maverick antiquarian Edward
Makepeace is the last person anyone would expect to take on a female
scholar. And when Lilith joins Edward’s excavation of the Devil’s Ditch
near Newmarket, neither of them expect to find a dead butler. Nor, on
top of everything else, do they expect to fall in love.
Scholarly Application is the seventh of my Newmarket Regencies and
the third in the Furze House Irregulars series featuring women of
spirit, women of courage, women who don't see why, in this
male-dominated Regency era, they should not also play their part in
bringing wrong-doers to justice.