Praise for THE LADY'S FATE
".... The chemistry between Violet and Haverlane is so strong it's almost palpable, and Gallagher uses this to give readers some unforgettable steamy kissing scenes!
With plenty of well developed characters (my favourites being Lady Olivia and young Jane) and lots of plot twists, 'The Lady's Fate' is an engaging, atmospheric read. I can't wait to read more from Gallagher. " ---
--- Talli Roland author of THE HATING GAME, BUILD A MAN, WATCHING WILLOW WATTS
"Lovely book! The characters felt real and the plot was engaging. I'm a huge Jane Austen fan and felt this book fit within that genre/era perfectly. I would definitely read another book by this author!
--- Jennifer Shirk author of GEORGIE ON HIS MIND
"I felt like I was reading one of the classics. Gallagher has done her research and The Lady's Fate reads just as if it were written back in Austen's day. But she gives us a new set of characters to examine, and even though they're playing by the same set of Regency rules, the plot takes fresh, unpredictable turns.
The characters are all well-defined and interesting, even those who are infuriating. My favorite is Lady Olivia in all her obstinate, noble, cane-thumping glory. I finished this book knowing I'd like to spend more time with them, so I look forward to more from this author---particularly in the "Reluctant Grooms" series." ---
--- Nicki Elson author of THREE DAVES, DIVINE TEMPTATION
Praise for THE DUKE'S DIVORCE
"...a lively story and sympathetic characters..."
--- Anne R. Allen author of FOOD OF LOVE, THE BEST REVENGE
"...right from the gate, Gallagher builds tension and conflict and carries to just the right degree throughout the entire story. Her characters are lively and believable, her prose sensitive and engaging. No one can write romantic tension like Gallagher, bringing us right to the bedroom door and then leaving the rest to the imagination, like a good Regency Romance should.
I can't wait to read all in her Reluctant Groom Series!"
--- J.B. Chicoine author of UNCHARTED: Story for a Shipwright, SPILLED COFFEE, PORTRAIT OF A GIRL RUNNING