Listen to Chapter Twelve-The End: Arriving home, Victoria has to confront her mother about her injury. Rob struggles to come to grips about letting Victoria down. Victoria has an awesome … Continue reading
An Excerpt From the New Novel, The Harpist by M. M. Genet and Michele Roger The little brass bell rang over the door of the Michigan Harp Center announcing Elizabeth’s … Continue reading
Listen to Chapter Eleven: As Derek leaves Cynthia for his trip back to the tour, he promises to prove his love to her. Rob watches over a wounded Victoria. Victoria … Continue reading
Buy now in Print or eBook Heat Level: Steamy Elizabeth O’Toole has finally gotten her life where she likes it. She plays harp for the local symphony. She shops high … Continue reading
Listen to Chapter Ten: While Rob and Cynthia search for Victoria, Victoria’s encounter with Steve at the amusement park does not end well. Victoria has an awesome boyfriend, great friends … Continue reading
With great certainty, Lady Rosamund Windham knew that her mother’s lifelong friend and adversary was going to suggest the child be bundled off in her carriage. The story would be retold at every ball the girl attended in the future. Her soft blue eyes, so eager, would fall with shame and even her stammering attempts at conversation would leave her. The girl was not equipped to handle a long season of subtle jibes about clean dresses and absent grace.
Listen to Chapter Nine: Free from the yacht, Victoria dreams of freedom as she finds a way to be alone. Cynthia gets worried when Victoria doesn’t rendezvous with her at … Continue reading