In which it is almost Midsummer…

No, your calendar isn’t wrong, but it’s very nearly time for MIDSUMMER NIGHT, the newest Lady Julia novella! November 1 is pub day, and I am beyond excited about this one. Why? Read on and find out…

Midsummer in England–an auspicious time for a wedding. Brisbane has taken charge of the music. Julia has, perhaps mistakenly, authorized her sisters to choose the dress. And Belmont Abbey is overflowing with guests awaiting the blessed day. What could go wrong?

Combine the close-knit chaos of village life, pagan traditions bursting through staid Victorian conventions, and the congenial madness that tends to swirl around Lady Julia’s family and you get an unforgettable wedding. But add in a dangerous past nemesis who has come to wish them not-so-well, and their day to remember just might take a fatal turn…

If you haven’t pre-ordered, go now! It will download automatically for you on release day just in time for the wedding of the century–the nineteenth century, that is.


5 thoughts on “In which it is almost Midsummer…”

  1. Yea! Just ordered mine. Always enjoy the zany March family.

  2. Pat says:

    Goody! Can’t wait.

  3. Michelle Turner says:

    I pre-ordered last week. I cannot tell you how much I’m looking forward to this novella. I almost feel like old friends are coming to visit next week and I can’t wait for them to arrive!

  4. Michelle Turner says:

    Also, the comments were closed by the time I read the blog post a few weeks ago with the deleted Dark Enquiry passage so I didn’t get to tell you how much I enjoyed that little snippet. I printed it out and tucked it inside my copy of The Dark Enquiry to enjoy again when I reread the book.

  5. Betty Strohecker says:

    Am so excited to be able to get my latest Lady Julia fix. Will preorder later tonight!

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