#HistoricalRomance • Larken • #free

The sole survivor of a train accident, young Larken Burke is dubbed the Miracle Orphan. Four years later, however, her life is far from fortunate. Because of her emotional and physical scars, she believes she’s not marriageable. With little hope for the future, she agrees to wed a gentleman she’s never met. Unfortunately, his aloof manner proves difficult to bear.

Marked by romantic tragedy and the loss of his brother, Brandon King has forsworn marriage. Obliged to take in a ward, he advertises for a bride to raise the boy. Since the union is to be a marriage in name only, his criteria are youthful age, a certain level of intellect, good breeding, and that the girl shouldn’t be so ill-favored she would embarrass him in society. To his dismay, he gets more than he’d bargained for.

Will it take a miracle for Mr. and Mrs. King to fall in love, or is their marriage another accident waiting to happen?

This clean & wholesome Victorian romance (with a touch of melodrama) is free on Wednesday, October 2nd. Get your copy at your favorite bookstore, using this UNIVERSAL LINK

Larken is also available in paperback

Audiobook is available at Amazon HERE, and iTunes HERE

Audible by country:

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If you enjoy Larken, you’ll love the sequel, Lord Apollo & the Colleen

Theo King has returned to Graceling Hall five years after his supposed death, but a mystery remains. A stranger is buried in his grave, and nobody knows if his death was accidental…or murder. As Theo resumes his former life, the dead man’s sister shows up on his doorstep to hold him accountable. If he helps this Irish spitfire solve the mystery, will she finally leave him in peace?

This fun and romantic tale is available at your favorite bookstore, via this Universal Link.

Now in paperback, too.

2 thoughts on “#HistoricalRomance • Larken • #free”

  1. “Larken” was a joy to read. A very sweet story of two people coming together after unfortunate lives. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and young Miles was a bit of a scamp!! Delightful!!

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