After losing a hand at Waterloo and selling out of the military, Captain William Allen has little to live for. But when he encounters the clever and exquisite Margaret Blackburn, the necessity of extricating her from a moneylender’s clutches gives him a new purpose in life. If Margaret is to remain in London long enough to realise her goal of becoming a published author, William must convince Margaret’s mother that he is a suitor in earnest. But navigating the shoals of an interfering aunt, a jealous rival, and their own growing affections for each other proves more difficult than either one of them expects….
This clean romance Regency novella is 45,000 words.
Praise for The Lady in the Moneylender’s Parlour
“…both are likeable characters with many admirable qualities… it is gratifying to watch friendship and caring grow into love…. Recommended.” – The Historical Novel Society
“…engaging and captivating…an interesting read!” – InD’Tale Magazine