It’s been quiet here, so come on by tomorrow and join guest blogger Isabelle Kane as she discusses romance heroines for feminists.
While you wait however sit back and enjoy a little about Isabelle and her latest release.
Isabelle Kane believes that romance and love are among the most delightful aspects of the human experience. She has a fondness for flawed heros, like Emily Bronte’s Heathcliff, but she also enjoys the sophisticated arrogance offered by such dashing fellows as Jane Austen’s Mr. Darcy. She seeks to provide her readers with rich tapestries of stories in which love is just one element of the forces that intertwine the lives of her protagonists. She believes that every dreamer deserves the adventures and escape offered by an exciting novel. The greatest sources of joy and inspiration in Isabelle’s life are her husband and their three children. To learn more about her books and short stories, please visit her website at www.isabellekane.com, and to join her mailing list, please e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Krystyna Sielska, a bold Polish beauty, hopes to escape scandal by fleeing her homeland for the imperial city of Vienna. There she encounters two men: a charming and handsome rogue and a brash and unpolished scoundrel. Both men seek to woo the lovely Krystyna, but another, a monster who goes only by the name of “Janus,” also pursues her. Can true love survive the flames of war?
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