Widow Madeleine Gray keeps up the family legacy of poetry by penning love poems for the love-starved sailors in 1811 Portsmouth. But she is no romantic herself-- she will never love again. Then David Wilder requests a customized Valentine poem for the girl of his dreams... and Maddy realizes that she has dreams of her own for the dashing captain! Award-winning Regency author Alicia Rasley sends a valentine of a novella for those who think love might be sweeter the second time around.
Rasley's women's fiction book, The Year She Fell, was a best-selling Kindle novel.
Alicia Rasley is the RITA-award winning author of a dozen novels and several books about writing. She teaches writing and literature at two universities, and tutors writing students and novelists. Her novels have been won awards and achieved best-seller status in their genre. The Year She Fell was #1 Amazon bestseller in 2010 and again in 2011 and 2012. Her blog at www.edittorrent.blogspot.com explores narrative and stylistic aspects of fiction writing. She says, "I am a reader first. That's my approach to analyzing and teaching fiction writing: Consider the reader's experience!"
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