Wednesday, February 8, 2012

ARRA Nomination for A Little Deception

I'm delighted to announce that my third Regency Historical Romance published by Robert Hale  - A Little Deception - has just been nominated for an ARRA (Australian Romance Readers Association) award in the Favourite Regency Historical for 2011 category.

On Saturday, February 11, I'll be flying from Melbourne, near my hometown of Gisborne, Victoria, to attend the awards dinner where I'll catch up with a number of my friends from Romance Writers of Australia. My friend and critique partner of seven years, Jess Dee, who is also attending the dinner, will put me up for the night while my dear husband will have to put the kids to bed. Meanwhile I shall bask in the glory of a night free from the domestic round. Not that I'm complaining about the domestic round. My two girls, aged 10 and 6 are lovely and so is my husband, but it will be so nice to enjoy the conviviality of writerly friends over a glass of wine and a good meal.

Thank you to everyone who enjoyed and nominated my book!

Below is a brief précis and if you want to read more, you can go to my website at or to

A one-night charade to save the family sugar plantation wins Rose Chesterfield more than she bargained for: marriage to the deliciously notorious rake, Viscount Rampton.
Implicated in a series of high profile jewel heists by a jealous adversary, Rose must prove more than just her innocence to regain the love of her husband.

1 comment:

M. C. Muir said...

Congratulations, Beverley. Enjoy the awards and get-together.