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Regency Fun with Two Nerdy History Girls

posted by: August 3, 2012 - 8:05am

Scandal Wears SatinWhen You Wish Upon a DukeRomance writing legend Loretta Chase brings readers Scandal Wears Satin, the second novel in her Dressmakers series. Sophy Noirot’s family’s dressmaking business is suffering. Her sister recently caused a scandal by marrying a duke, and the mother of his former flame has decided to take her revenge by having the elite of society boycott Maison Noirot. Sophy, the family’s born salesperson/shark, must find a way to use the scandal to her advantage and bring the business back from the brink of disaster. Always resourceful, Sophy devises a plan that hinges on Lady Clara, her best customer, marrying well. When Clara runs away, Sophy steps in to help the girl’s brother the Earl of Longmore, a rake who Sophy has always considered dimwitted, find her. Sophy and Longmore fight their attraction while trying to rescue Clara. Chase has a legion of fans for a reason. Her steamy romance and excellent storytelling make her a must-read for historical romance fans.


Isabella Bradford, a pseudonym of historical fiction author Susan Holloway Scott, has created a new series follows the three unruly Wylder sisters who were raised in the country but are now joining London society. The series begins with When You Wish upon a Duke. Lady Charlotte Wylder is betrothed to the Duke of Marchbourne. When they finally meet, there is an instant attraction between them. Charlotte is not what March expected, and the two of them struggle as they fall in love and find their places in their marriage. When You Wish upon a Duke will leave readers anxiously awaiting the rest of the series!


When they are not writing fiction, both of these authors share their love of history on Two Nerdy History Girls, a blog that features all things Regency. Readers who want to know more about the historical details of the places, clothing, and society of Regency England will be delighted by their well-researched posts.




Revised: August 3, 2012