Unveiling Love: A Regency Romance (Episode 3) is a wonderful addition to the serial. Amora and Barrington are still going through a rough patch in their marriage. But, at least, they are talking. Thankfully, their relationship is improving because it had hit rock bottom. I wish the vicar would disappear. He’s like a third wheel. But, enough, about the vicar; I can’t wait to find out who the Dark Walk Abductor is?
Just got Episode 4 which was released today and I'm planning to dive in. It’s time to wrap up this masterpiece. Keep you posted. In the meantime, grab copies of this serial, you’ll be glad you did. Highly recommended!
Romantic Suspense in the courtrooms and hidden places of Romantic Regency England
Barrington Norton has always made the right decisions but desperation, lies, and unexpected truths make things go terribly wrong. Can London's top mulatto barrister save Amora, himself, and their loved ones from ruin?
Amora Norton has come to terms with her abduction and forgiven her Egyptian mother of betrayal, but hasn't the strength to do the same for Barrington or God. Can finding a lost friend and discovering an unexpected blessing be enough to make her whole?
Yet, all their efforts to solve the crime of the century may be for naught. A divided couple is the perfect prey for a criminal who needs all the sins wiped away.
This is the third Regency Romance of four.
Dear Lovely Reader,
Unveiling Love is a serialized historical romance or soap opera told in episodes. Each episode averages three to eight chapters, about 25,000 to 35,000 words. Each episode resolves one issue. Emotional cliffhangers may be offered, but the plot, the action of the episode, will be complete in resolving this issue.
My promise to you is that the action will be compelling, the romance passionate, and the journey like nothing you've read before. I will tell you in the forward the length. This episode, Episode III, is eight chapters long, 30,000 words. Enjoy this Regency Romance. This is the third episode of four.
About the Author
Vanessa Riley worked as an engineer before allowing her passion for historical romance to shine. A Regency era (early 1800s) and Jane Austen enthusiast, she brings the flavor of diverse peoples to her stories. Since she was seventeen, Vanessa has won awards for her writing and is currently working on two series. She lives in Atlanta with her military man hubby and precocious child. You can catch her writing from the comfort of her southern porch with a cup of Earl Grey tea. You can find her at: www.VanessaRiley.com or www.facebook.com/ChristianRegency