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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Guest Author Rae Summers

And another shameless plug for a South African writer: today it's my turn!

My historical novella Let's Misbehave, goes on sale today with The Wild Rose Press. This story is set in London in the 1920s, and features a jazz-singing Flapper as the heroine and a staid aristocrat as the hero.

Book Blurb:

Gabrielle is the quintessential Flapper, a wild child who turns her back on home and a resentful and unloving mother to become a nightclub singer. She wants nothing more from life than freedom and pleasure.

Sebastian is a dutiful son, following in his father’s footsteps and on the verge of marrying a suitable bride. But as the Twenties roar to their conclusion, he finds himself torn between duty and the urge to indulge his adventurous streak.

From the moment Gabrielle and Sebastian meet, the tension between them simmers. When he rescues her from a boorish suitor, Gabrielle discovers a kindred spirit beneath Sebastian's serious demeanour, and she sets out to seduce him into one last passionate fling before he settles for a loveless marriage.

But the fire that burns between them threatens to consume her. Will Gabrielle survive falling in love with the one man she cannot have?

You can visit Rae's blog at http://raesummers.wordpress.com for more background info on the 1920s as well as excerpts from the book.

You can view the book trailer at YouTube, and buy the book from www.thewildrosepress.com.

3 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your release, Rae. I've got this lined up and I can't wait to read the final version

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  2. I LOVE shameless plugs for South African authors - it's about time the marvellous pool of romance writing talent in our country gets to be on the world stage! Congratulations again on the release of "Let's Misbehave" and wishing it many, many sales.
    Judy

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  3. I've read this one, and its absolutely fabulous. Garnered a 4.5 rating from RT reviews too! Congatulations on a great story, Rae!

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