It’s time for Monday Excerpts! Today is a free for all. Post any excerpt of 500 words or less. Buy links are encouraged!
Here is mine from Lady Beresford’s Lover. I don’t usually post from the beginning of the book but I recently joined the Embracing Romance blog, and this excerpt dovetails in to that post.
Vivian, the widowed Countess of Beresford, sat at her desk in the morning room of the dower house in which she’d been living for the past year, plotting her escape. A beam of bright afternoon sunshine shot along the gold and blue Turkey carpet, interrupted only by the supine form of her gray cat, Gisila.
In truth, plotting was probably too strong a word, though Vivian liked how it sounded. And she did feel as if she was escaping not only the dower house but Beresford Abbey itself. In a few short days…
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