Posts Tagged ‘Julia Justiss’
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of The Rake To Ruin Her (Ransleigh Rogues, Book 1) by Julia Justiss Historical Romance published by Harlequin Historical 19 Feb 13 By the time I discovered the romance genre, the death knell for the traditional Regency was already ringing (not loudly, but ringing all the same). So I never really developed a deep, abiding [...]
Julia Justiss‘ Guest Blog struck a chord with a number of you when she spent the day with us recently. We’re glad she was here and had so much fun with all of you.
Hopefully you’ve read Julia Justiss’ Guest Blog with us today where she gives you some insight into Greville Anders, society’s most disreputable gentleman who has turned a new leaf after eight harrowing months with the Royal Navy, something those high born never experience. He now looks at nearly everything in life differently, even the enticing [...]
Life Changes and Insistent Characters Writing is an odd occupation. You start with an idea, or a germ of an idea, or in my case, usually with a character facing some crisis. You ask yourself why and how they got there, what they really want, what keeps them from achieving it. Sometimes you can’t figure [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of Society’s Most Disreputable Gentleman (Wellingfords #6) by Julia Justiss Historical romance published by Harlequin Historical 18 Jan 11 One of the reasons I spend entirely too much time online is that I like chatting with fellow romance readers. And when I chat with them? I manage to also get [...]
Liviania’s review of The Smuggler and the Society Bride (Regency Silk and Scandal, Book 3) by Julia Justiss Historical romance released by Harlequin Historical 1 August 2010 Sometimes, reading historical romances, it seems like getting caught in a compromising position is just how people proposed two hundred years ago in England. Therefore I found the [...]
Wendy the Super Librarian‘s review of From Waif To Gentleman’s Wife (Wellingford’s #5) by Julia Justiss Historical romance released by Harlequin Historical 01 Oct 09 Over the years I have remained fiercely loyal to Harlequin Historical in part because of their willingness to publish stories set in locales currently not the flavor of the month. [...]
Thanks to Julia Justiss for such a fun Duck Chat we had with her and for offering up a copy of the Stetsons, Spring & Wedding Rings anthology as a giveaway to our readers!
Welcome back to Duck Chat! Today we’re chatting with Harlequin Historical author Julia Justiss. Julia has a wonderful backlist full of historicals such as The Wedding Gamble, Wicked Wager, The Untamed Heiress, and A Most Unconventional Match. (She has some of the best covers out there, too!) Her current release is a novella in the [...]
Sandy M’s review of One Candlelit Christmas by Julia Justiss, Annie Burrows, and Terri Brisbin Historical Romance Anthology released by Harlequin 1 Nov 08 I really enjoyed this anthology. The three stories are full of love and hope during the season of miracles.
TGTBTU has the pleasure of presenting (three or four) up coming Harlequin Historical anthologies for you to add to your ‘I WANT’ list: Hallowe’en Husbands: “Marriage At Morrow Creek,” “Wedding At Warehaven,” “Master Of Penlowen” by Lisa Plumley, Denise Lynn, Christine Merrill (we will have their guest posts this weekend as well). The Magic Of [...]
by Julia Justiss Okay, so I stole the idea from Karen Templeton’s very informative description of SSE. I’ll get ready to duck and run for cover on this one, but I have to say it: I am bored, bored BORED by the plethora of (admittedly, alas) very popular current historical romances in which the hero/heroine [...]
Our guest today is Julia Justiss and she has a very interesting post that will go up at 11am you should make sure you come check out. She has one book and one novella coming out, A Most Unconventional Match is her full length July Harlequin Historical and is a sequel to The Wedding Gamble. [...]