The Governess Affair is out!


The Governess Affair coverHi everyone!

The Governess Affair is out! And by out, I mean available for purchase at these fine venues:

I have uploaded the file to Apple, but the word on the street is that Apple is running a backlog that may take days to months (!!!) and I’m really hoping it’s not the latter. It should also be up on kobo, Google, Sony, Diesel, and a host of other platforms (including Overdrive for libraries) within the next few days to few weeks.
I’m hoping that the wait times on all of the above are very, very short–I’ll keep my website/facebook page/twitter feed updated with the latest buy links.
Three Weddings and a Murder cover
In other news: you won’t have to wait too long to get my next published work. In this case, it’s a short story entitled “The Lady Always Wins,” and it’s in the anthology Three Weddings and a Murder, something authors Tessa Dare, Leigh LaValle, Carey Baldwin, and I are putting together. All proceeds will be donated to charity, and Carey Baldwin explains it better than I could.

Look for Three Weddings and a Murder at the end of May. (My contribution to that anthology is the shortest thing I’ve ever written: 16,000 words–but I happen to love it. I’ll say more later.)

Finally, are you in the Chicago area? I’ll be signing books–and yes, I’ll have e-books present.

I’ll be at the Chicago Marriott Northwest, 4800 Hoffman Boulevard, Hoffman Estates, IL 60192, on April 28th, 2012, from 2 to 3:30 PM, and I can’t wait to see you all!

 

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6 Responses to “The Governess Affair is out!”

  1. Angela says:

    That’s only 2 hours from me! I’m going to try and make it down.

    I bought The Governess Affair, but I’m trying to hold off on reading it a little bit to make the wait for the first Brothers Sinister novel a little shorter – lol.

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  2. Kim says:

    Thanks for the links. I just downloaded The Governess Affair and hope to read it soon.

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  3. Cecilia says:

    Thanks for the heads up! I enjoyed it very much, and will now be waiting impatiently for the next installments.

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  4. Cecilia says:

    A comment I left never made it past moderation. Was there something wrong with it or just a technical glitch?

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  5. Cecilia,

    I think I fixed the glitch now. Please let me know if I did not!

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  6. Susan Omine says:

    Just bought the latest! Can’t wait to dive in.
    Was a real thrill to meet you at Spring Fling and very much enjoyed your workshop. All the best!

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Courtney Milan writes historical romance novels like the ones you see to the right. She still remembers bits and pieces from her old lives, where she was (variously) a scientist and a lawyer.

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