April 27, 2018

Pirates at Pembroke!

Living next door to a pirate is one thing, but falling in love with him could ruin a girl for good.

New Release ~ Buy Now

It's here! It's here! It's finally here! I am so excited to announce that A Pirate at Pembroke is now available at Amazon.com and other online bookstores. Not only that, you can order a paperback copy through Amazon.com.

Pembroke has been a Regency project near and dear to my heart for several years. I came up with the premise after watching an old version of Jane Eyre right before I decided to go back to school for another degree. For the next many moons, I wrote the story off and on, all the while knowing exactly what needed to happen between Sophie and Captain Murdock. It is a full length novel--a sweeping 400+ pages--and it makes it all worth it as reviews and messages begin to come in from happy, satisfied readers.

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Here's the back cover copy to remind you of what it's all about:

Keeping company with a reputed pirate is one thing, but falling in love with him could ruin the eccentric Crestwood family for good...
Sophie Crestwood is never going to catch a husband, and she isn’t even sure she wants one. Her father is a gossip, her mother has her nose in a book, and little Jack has shamefully been dismissed from boarding school. Worst of all, a pirate moves next door into Pembroke Hall.
When Sophie's sent to a matchmaking party at a neighboring estate, the pirate from Pembroke arrives and distracts everyone from the summer festivities. Unguarded, her feelings about the mysterious Captain Murdock bloom into a trusted friendship that Sophie fears may come to mean more than anyone could ever suspect.

Read a chapter excerpt HERE!

It's been a whirlwind preparing to release this sweet romance. Health issues I've struggled with for years evolved into gastritis recently, my vision problems became so pronounced I went under the knife for eye surgery last week, and releasing a book into ebook and print after a Kindle Scout campaign makes for the crazy, old cherry on top. I have to admit, the brief getaway I had to the beach for a few hours mid-April really helped, as did the Tall Ships Festival in Pensacola, Florida. Good times!  

If you're ready to snuggle in with a romantic escape to Regency England with the Crestwood family at Leatherbury and find out what all the gossip is about up at Pembroke Hall, pick up your copy of A Pirate at Pembroke today! 

Now Available!

Stay balanced,
~Danielle Thorne~

1 comment:

Mark Noce said...

Cool concept, I like the title;)