For those who have been following the adventures of the men known as the “Riotous Revelers,” you may recall the character Frederic Greene who was introduced in Bad Lady Baronton. His story, along with that of Lady Nora Anderson, is told in my latest release, Lady Nora’s Education, available August 23, 2013, from Ellora’s Cave. Although Freddy and Nora became acquainted and began falling in love during the previous summer, Freddy, who’s still suffering the effects of being tortured in France during the war, tries to keep his distance. He doesn’t feel worthy of the beautiful Lady Nora and tries to tell her so when she comes to London for the Little Season. Nora, however, has other ideas, and she’s determined not to allow Freddy’s problems to dictate their future. But can her “education” teach her how to deal with an impotent man?
I was thrilled to learn that Bad Lady Baronton was selected as a 5-star Top Pick by Night Owl Reviews. The reviewer, Mandy, wrote the following:
This is a great historical romance that’s the perfect length to make its point and keep things interesting. This is my first Meta Mathews romance and I think it was written wonderfully, with just the right mix of detail and heartfelt sentiment. The emotion and tender feelings felt realistic and easy to relate to. It came to be about the love, not the sex, although Ms. Mathews did give us the explicit sex that I think you’ll enjoy. You’ll get warm-and-fuzzy feelings when you read Bad Lady Baronton and you’ll surely hate to see it end, as I did. It was so good I wanted it to go on and on. I look forward to reading much more from Ms. Mathews!
Knowing that your story brought so much pleasure to a reader leaves an author with the “warm-and-fuzzy feelings” that Mandy mentioned. Many thanks to Mandy and to Night Owl Reviews.
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