Monday, September 24, 2012

A Romantic Regency Collection is Published

Yes, I know, it's about time. But my latest endeavor A Romantic Regency Collection is finally up and running on Amazon.


Here's the cover copy.


In this Romantic Regency Collection, Anne Gallagher takes the novellas you love and puts them together in one volume. With added content to enhance the stories you already know, she’s also included another short novella LADY CADORET’S LONGING, written exclusively for this collection.

A WIFE FOR WINSBARREN – A bumbling Viscount searches for a wife and a friend convinces him to place an ad in the newspaper to find one. Now with added chapters to include more of Rowena’s story.

LOVE FINDS LORD DAVINGDALE – Lord Davingdale wants nothing to do with women until he meets the enigmatic Miss Ophelia Trent. This short novella was written as the companion piece to A HUSBAND FOR MISS TRENT. Now for the first time, the two have been combined to give you both points of view in the same story.

ROMANCING LADY RYDER – Lord Greenleigh is not what he appears to be in Society. His other life – as a spy for the Foreign Office. When he meets the lovely Lady Ryder, will she spill all his secrets?

LADY CADORET’S LONGING – Lady Dorcas Cadoret, secretly engaged these five years to her childhood sweetheart, is overwhelmed with grief when Peter is killed in action two weeks before his commission is over. His brother, Daniel, is very kind, and rumors abound there is more to his attention than just being her guardian angel.
            As they share a forbidden kiss, Dorcas thinks it is Peter’s lips upon hers and Daniel is overwrought by feelings he should not be having about his late brother’s fiancĂ©e. Can Dorcas find a way to love Daniel for himself or will Peter’s memory haunt Daniel and Dorcas forever?


12 comments:

  1. Congratulations Ann! There are several stories in this collection I have not read.... hmmmmmmm.

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  2. Congrats on putting that together! That must have been a pretty big undertaking.

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  3. Well done! I love the idea that you've combined these stories, and I am so inspired by all your hard work! I know this was a huge task.

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  4. Bish -- Hope it's taken care of.

    S.P. -- Thanks. Truthfully the formatting was a nightmare.

    Liza -- HUGE! But thanks. I'm just glad it's done.

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  5. Well done on publication, Anne - that's a beautiful cover!

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  6. Congratulations on your new release, Anne! The stories sound terrific; I'm going over to Amazon!

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  7. Anne, that is AWESOME! Congratulations! You have worked so hard, tirelessly, passionately. I know I fell off the blog radar but I still check in from time to time. I will check it out on Amazon.

    I'm so happy for you!

    Erin :)

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  8. Congratulations! What an achievement. I'm heading over right now to check it out!!

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  9. Anne! You did it! what a great collection of your stories. All the best on this publication! :)

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  10. Susan -- Not amazing, just a writer.

    Rosemary -- Thanks so much. I've had a postcard picture of this cover for over 30 years and I've always wanted to write a story about it.

    Lesley-Anne -- Thanks so much!

    Erin -- OMG! It's so GREAT to see you again. I hope all is well and happy with you and the dogs and your son.

    Ann -- Thanks so much. I hope things are well with you and Jen.

    Bridget -- I couldn't have done it without YOU!!

    Francine -- Thanks so much!

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