Saturday, September 15, 2012

New Release Today Comment to WIN!

Hi Everyone. I am super excited for the release today of the 4th in my Regimental Heroes Series, Redemption for a Rogue.
Redemption for a Rogue Told by everyone, including his father, he is slow-witted, Lord John Mitchell is willing to do almost anything to avoid helping run the family estate or care for his orphaned nephew. His lifelong battle learning to read and write has convinced him his father is right. After the death of her husband in the Crimean War, Vivienne Ravenhill needs financial stability for her son and herself. When Lord John’s father suddenly dies, he is thrown into taking on the estate and the family’s mill. Are John’s learning disabilities something he can overcome in order to handle this responsibility? Will Vivienne find a place in his home...and his heart? An interesting look at tackling dyslexia in 1855. Check back to Win!


chris karlsen said...

Hi Jenni,

I enjoyed this story. I loved the premise and fact it tackles the issue of Dyslexia and how people suffering from it were treated in Victorian times.
Chris K.

Helen W. Mallon said...

Beautiful cover, and intriguing premise--a real twist on the romance angle. It makes me root for your characters!

Karen Arrowood said...

What an interesting way to address issues that are easily dealth with today, but were virtually insurmountable in the 1800's. I'd love to see a book addressing Asperger's in a similar way.

Debby said...

Great blurb and description. Learning disabilities are not new. Just now recognized.
debby236 at gmail dot com

Wanda DeGolier said...

This is a great story. :)

Catherine Lee said...

What an interesting premise. I wonder if many of the people labeled as "dim witted" actually had learning or developmental disabilities?
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

BookAttict said...

Redemption for a Rogue sounds like a fantastic read!

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
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