Three Heroines, Three Points of View


Highlighting Historical Romance: Three heroines from A Holiday in Bath

This delightful Regency anthology will be released on Tuesday, May 9. It features three different stories each with a heroine with different reasons for being in Bath and very different attitudes about it.

Caroline-231x300 Author's Blog Caroline Trenholme, The Art of Kissing in the Park 

Caroline is the sophisticated daughter of a politically connected family, and not at all pleased with Bath, the fussy, antiquated resort of the shabby-genteel. She ought to be in London, finding a man—not here, coddling her irrational grandmother.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marianne Wood, Trial of the Heartmariannewood-300x224 Author's Blog

For very different reasons, Marianne is also unhappy to be there. has been summoned to Bath to testify against the man who killed her family. This is no pleasure trip for her.

 

 

Lucy Ashcroft, Lord Edmund’s Dilemma

606px-Delphin_Enjolras_-_Evening_Party-215x300 Author's Blog Lucy enjoys a brief respite in Bath, time away from her constant duties to her step-mother’s growing brood of small children. It is a pleasant change from her small town life, even if she doubts her step-mother’s belief that she might meet an eligible man during her sojourn.

Three heroines, three very different lives, and each one surprised by what their visit brings.

And the heroes? Well they have diverse points of view as well, as you will see if you enjoy A Holiday in Bath.

 

 

 

A-Holiday-in-Bath-194x300 Author's Blog About the Book

From the publisher of the USA TODAY bestselling & #1 Amazon bestselling Timeless Romance Anthology series in Clean & Wholesome Romance, comes A HOLIDAY IN BATH.

Three brand new Regency Romance novellas by Julie Daines, Caroline Warfield, and Jaima Fixsen

TRIAL OF THE HEART by Julie Daines
Marianne Wood has been summoned to Bath to testify against the man who killed her family. She dreads coming face to face with the monster of her nightmares, but finds surprising comfort under the care of a charming barrister, Harby Northam. Despite his kindly attentions, Mr. Northam is a shrewd and discerning man of law with an awful secret. Marianne is put to the test as she deals with the evil of her past and her growing affection for the mysterious Mr. Northam.

LORD EDMUND’S DILEMMA by Caroline Warfield
Lucy Ashcroft doesn’t share her stepmother’s belief that she might find a husband during her sojourn in Bath, but she does enjoy a respite from a household full of half-siblings and a younger sister preparing for her London Season, something Lucy can’t even dream about. In Bath, she enjoys the company of the elderly ladies in her aunt’s circle, and happy to be out from under her stepmother’s watchful and speculating eye. But when Lucy meets Lord Edmund Parker, all of her expectations for a quiet, unassuming holiday suddenly change.

THE ART OF KISSING IN THE PARK by Jaima Fixsen
Caroline Trenholme is not pleased with Bath, the fussy, antiquated resort of the shabby-genteel. She ought to be in London, finding a man—not here, coddling her irrational grandmother. In the park, she crosses paths (literally—this is Bath, after all) with a nameless, mannerless rogue, intent on stealing a kiss. As if his proposition weren’t insult enough, even her dog seems to like the man better. It’s impossible! Especially once she suspects she might like him too…

https://www.amazon.com/Holiday-Bath-Timeless-Regency-Collection-ebook/dp/B06X16CDQT/

2 thoughts on “Three Heroines, Three Points of View

  1. I like the three ladies in these stories. The one that I like the most is yours. It sounds like a great story to get into.

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