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A DUKE TO REMEMBER
An Avon FanLit Novella
Eve Marie Perry, Anne-Marie Rivers, Liana De la Rosa,
Susannah Erwin & Cheryl Tapper
Released Nov 24th, 2015
The final novella comprised of the five winning chapters from our 2015 Avon FanLit contest!
For the first time, read all the 2015 Avon FanLit winning chapters as one amazing novella!
When Maxwell Trent, Duke of Highclyff arrives at the ball of the season, Lady Felicity Stratford can scarcely believe her eyes or control her beating heart. Ten years ago, Max left Felicity in the wake of a scandalous duel and sailed off to the West Indies. Having only just recovered her reputation and about to embark on a long-awaited engagement, the duke is the last man Felicity wants to see back in London, even if he is the only man she’s ever loved.
Between a forbidden balloon ride, a runaway monkey, and a life-changing ball, Max and Felicity discover the truth of what happened all those years ago and they must decide if true love really can last forever.
Eve Marie Perry writes both witty books and dry academic papers from her home in Central Texas. There she lives with her professor husband, an overgrown German Shepherd, and a gigantic collection of Nancy Drew novels.
Anne-Marie Rivers is an avid Gators fan, former celebrity publicist, passionate animal advocate, world traveler and proud wife & mother. She writes Regency romance about couples who have to fight to make their happily ever after come true. annemarierivers.com
Liana De la Rosa wrangles her small children by day, and writes Georgian and Regency set historical romance by night. For details on her current project, visit her at www.lianainbloom.com.
Susannah Erwin is a former Hollywood studio executive who appreciates intelligent heroines, independent heroes and happy ever afters that leave the reader sighing. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and one very curious cat.
Cheryl Tapper and her husband live in South Eastern Pennsylvania, where they are doting parents to two Havanese pups who sometimes allow them the illusion that they have some level of authority in their own home.