The Secret Wedding (Mallorens & Friends series Book 9)

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Thinking over my own books, friendships vary, as I like to write differently each time. In A Shocking Delight Lucy had a close friend -- a BFF as people would say today -- but the storyline took them apart, as did their futures. There's a thread in the book about how the group of childhood friends is fracturing as they marry and move. That makes me realize that upper class marriage back then generally meant that the woman would move to the husband's home, probably disturbing earlier friendships. In my novella, Saint Agnes and the Black Sheep , one of the reasons Agnes is determined not to marry is that she values her community and her friends.

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Of course she finds a gentleman without an estate who's willing to move to her place. In reality ladies often kept in touch with old friends by letter, but I don't think we see this much in books.

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That's a bit odd, really. We're accustomed to friendships enhanced and preserved through e-mail and social media, so why isn't there more of the equivalent in historical romances in which the heroine is married? In my upcoming book, Hermione is without a friend. Circumstances have moved her from her home, and her companion is her sister, but they are not particularly close or in harmony.

In addition, her girlhood friends are marrying, moving, and being absorbed by their new life whilst she is remaining a spinster. So, what are your thoughts about the part friendships play in historical romance, and perhaps your thoughts on how you'd like them to play? Or are close family ties more important these days?

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There's a copy of Too Dangerous for a Lady to one lucky commenter. Tweet This! Mary Jo Putney: Dearly Beloved. Nicola Cornick: The Woman in the Lake. Nicola Cornick: The Phantom Tree. Jo Beverley: Three Heroes. Nicola Cornick: House of Shadows. Jo Beverley: Regency Valentines. Jo Beverley: The Shattered Rose. She and I were friends for almost 30 years, and our careers have always tracked very closely. It was an honor to be confused with her. Add Mary Balogh to the mix, and the confusion grew exponentially! Apologies to all of them. Jo Beverley wrote so many incredible historicals, and The Company of Rogues series was a tremendous reader favorite.

What a great URL! Yes, they would. I never failed to laugh at the idea of Uriana and Busick. Please share recommendations in the comments if you have them. General Bitching Oh no! Time to reread the Rogues and the Mallorens….

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Later, I made my way through the Mallorens and the Rogues, and loved them too. She was one of two authors who made me crave Georgian romances and expanded that time period for me. Though her books are wonderful and varied and rich in history and romance and OMG the solid world-building!

I was scandalized in a good way by this book and never looked back. She will be missed. So sad. I remember her telling me off when I asked on the Beau Monde loop if most men were circumcised in the Regency period yes, it was a long time ago, and yes they were. I am so very sad to hear this news.

A wonderful writer whose historicals are really historical, and whose characters are many-layered and compelling. Her death is an enormous loss to the romance community, not only in terms of her writing, but because of her graciousness and generosity in her interactions with other writers and with fans. Her bright spirit lives on in the hearts of those who knew her, but also in the wonderful books she leaves behind.

Thank you, Jo, for so many hours of joy and pleasure. Jo Putney? Google the title. Does anyone have a suggestion on where the best place to start is? The Malloren series for sure. And oh, no to this news. She created complex and likable characters, a writer who made me re-examine my alleged avoidance of historical romance. Such a loss. Thank you, Jo Beverly, for everything. Her holiday novellas have been favorites of mine for years. Godspeed, Jo Beverly. Oh, sad! Sad days, first Roberta Gellis and now Jo Beverely.


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I want to thank them and all the writers who give me such joy in their books. These two writers in particular will be greatly missed. This is so sad. Jo Beverley was the first romance author I ever read, the one who got me hooked on the genre, with An Arranged Marriage so not only romance novels, but long inter-connected series! She has always had pride of place on my romance shelf.

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Thank you so much, Jo Beverley, for sharing your characters with us. Either way, I was hooked, and I eagerly looked forward to her new books. What a tremendous loss, but her words will survive. She was so very talented. I must have been about fourteen and was still young enough to feel like the sexytimes in that one were scandalous.

Her death is an enormous loss to the romance community, not only in terms of her writing, but because of her graciousness and generosity in her interactions with other writers and with fans. Her bright spirit lives on in the hearts of those who knew her, but also in the wonderful books she leaves behind.

Thank you, Jo, for so many hours of joy and pleasure.

Jo Putney? Google the title. Does anyone have a suggestion on where the best place to start is? The Malloren series for sure. And oh, no to this news. She created complex and likable characters, a writer who made me re-examine my alleged avoidance of historical romance. Such a loss. Thank you, Jo Beverly, for everything. Her holiday novellas have been favorites of mine for years. Godspeed, Jo Beverly. Oh, sad! Sad days, first Roberta Gellis and now Jo Beverely.

I want to thank them and all the writers who give me such joy in their books. These two writers in particular will be greatly missed. This is so sad.

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