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A Tenuous Betrothal
Rhianna Davies finds out in her father’s will that she is betrothed to a prince…
A Foreign Crown
Royalty? Regency? Yes! A Foreign Crown begins a new series of princes come to the London ton. Read today!
Read what readers have said about A Foreign Crown.
“Aribella is such a sweet female lead. I loved her tenderness and how genuine she is. Layton is dreamy! I loved his desire to be true to his heart and to his country. I loved the stolen kisses throughout this story. I learned a lot from this book about King George the 3rd and Queen Charlotte and her court. It was fascinating! I feel I have a better understanding of the Regency Era now. Overall a great book! A great love story with history thrown in!”
“I absolutely LOVED this story! It will make you cry, laugh, cringe, hope, and fall in love. Prince Layton and Lady Aribella both feel duty bound and struggle with their desire to follow their hearts. Lady Aribella has been summoned to be the Queen’s Lady-in-Waiting. Prince Layton sails to England hoping to secure the Crown’s navy help in securing his country from invasion from France. I loved their journey to each other and I am looking forward to reading more books about the Wilhelm princes!!”
Song of Salzburg
Available Now HERE.
A Journey across Europe on the famed Orient Express. Join us as we explore in close detail Paris during the World’s Exposition and Salzburg at the height of its music history. With a hint of mystery and a captivating dose of sweet romance, the music in this book will carry you away.
Praise for Song of Salzburg:
From Publisher’s Weekly:“Johnson (Her Lady’s Whims and Fancies) combines love and music to lovely effect in the fourth installment to the historical shared universe Romance on the Orient Express series…The romance is chaste, slow-building, and sweet, and Johnson makes both characters’ love of music palpable. This is a treat.”
From Historical Novel Society: Young violinist, Freya Winter, has been accepted to study in the Salzburg Youth Orchestra under the renowned Maestro, a master musician shrouded in mystery, and possibly win a professional position. Her accidental meeting with a handsome, mysterious stranger on the celebrated Orient Express proves the beginning of many clandestine meetings as she regularly travels from Salzburg to Paris and back to visit her grandmother. Music is their language. They harmonize, challenge, and complement each other.Johnson’s musical training and orchestral experience elevate the novel. The reader is privy to this sweet 19th-century romance as Erich Schumann (the aforementioned stranger) coaches her, and not only joins her in playing in the elegant dining car but introduces her to Britain’s Prince Edward for a private audience. As their relationship grows in passion and intensity, her talent and confidence bloom. Who is this talented musician she is falling for? Is their meeting accidental or fated? Why hasn’t she been called by the Maestro for her critique?
Of course, the reader realizes early on that Erich is the renowned Maestro, but when and how Freya will discover it adds to the tension and excitement. Will Freya be forced to return to England to marry a man of her father’s choosing? Will her concert dreams die or be realized? Johnson has cleverly used the Orient Express as a place to build this lively romance.
Lords for the Sisters of Sussex
It’s time to BINGE READ. The whole series is out. Read about my family of five sisters. They overcome poverty, discover their true heritage and most of all love and cherish each other. You can find them HERE.