Sunday, May 6, 2012

Greetings from Juliet Chastain

I am in the middle of writing a series called Gypsy Lovers. These are sexy 99-cent novellas, set in the Regency period about Gypsies and the English men and women love them.

 I wanted to do some stories in which totally inappropriate, culturally, and socially mismatched men and women find love together. I've always been fascinated by the Romani people, Gypsies, who for a thousand years traveled around Europe and were very separate from, and often despised and even persecuted by, the people among whom they lived.

In the first book, A Proper Lady's Gypsy Lover, we have Lady Lucy-Ann who is a hellion. She does not want to be a proper lady although her relatives require it. What she wants is to roam free and swim and fish and ride astride. And most of all she wants to be with her childhood sweetheart the handsome Gypsy, Liberty Wood. Liberty is the caring kind of man who will do anything for the people he loves, but he's also a gambler, a horse trader, and an adventurer. Of course, he adores Lucy-Ann but is a totally unsuitable suitor.

In the second book, For Love of a Gypsy Lass, we have a bored-out-of-his-skull English nobleman, Lord Harry Beresford who has simply had it with his luxurious and dull existence and the noble and dull ladies he is supposed to court. He falls hard for an itinerant Gypsy singer called Talaitha Grey. He assumes she can be easily seduced by his wealth and prestige, but to his surprise she's not the least bit interested in any of that—although she is, against her will, attracted to the man behind it all.

Somehow these characters must find their way to happily ever after—and they do so in the most unexpected ways.
A Proper Lady's Gypsy Lover is available at Breathless Press! | Amazon | All Romance eBooks
For Love of a Gypsy Lass releases May 24 and can be pre ordered at BreathlessPress

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While you're there, check out my two short romances: The Captain and the Courtesan and The Cry of the Wolf.

1 comment:

Debby said...

I would be fascinated by that as well. Love does not always come to two people who are perfectly matched.
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