Free Read for November 2018!






Did you miss previous Free Reads? Look below!
"Bonnets & Sonnets"
a Regency Short Story collection based on the
nursery rhymes of Mother Goose
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Free Read for May 2018
"Wilt Thou Be Mine?"  
by Susan Gee Heino
Based on the rhyme, "
Curley-Locks."

Edward Jasper has made his fortune and returns
to confront the cruel, greedy master who once
abused him. He finds the tables have turned,
though! Now he must make a choice: is the love of
an old friend worth forgetting his painful past, or
will Edward choose vengeance instead?     
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Free Read for June 2018
"The Spider Beside Her"
by Susan Gee Heino
based on the rhyme,
"Little Miss Muffet"

Miss Lizzie Muffet is so timid and shy that gentlemen never even
notice her. But there's something special about Mr. Snyder! The
elegant caller seems too good to be true. Can she trust his silken
words, or is he spinning lies to ensnare gullible young women?
Miss Muffet wonders if she has spent her day
with Mr. Snyder, or with Mr. Spider.
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Susan Gee Heino
Mother Goose has been around for hundreds of years. The
characters I write about in my Regency Romances probably grew up
singing
Hey Diddle-Diddle or Jack and Jill. I thought it might be
amusing to take some of these rhymes and turn them into stories.
Free Read for July 2018
"Tumbling Down After"
by Susan Gee Heino
based on the rhyme,
"Jack and Jill"

Fetching water isn't the only reason Jack and Jill went up that hill!
Once their feuding families find out, though, all hope for future
happiness comes tumbling down. It will take much more than
vinegar and brown paper to patch everything up again! But
maybe, just maybe, Jack and Jill aren't the only ones who find
themselves falling head over heels...
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Free Read for Aug/Sept 2018
"Too Contrary to Marry"
by Susan Gee Heino
based on the rhyme,
"Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary"

Worried widow, Mary Sinclair, has spent years tending her quiet
garden and sheltering her five lovely daughters. Now Mary’s
friend, Mr. Wilkinson, offers to take them all to a ball. Mary wants
to say No, but for the sake of her daughters, will she finally say
Yes to love?
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Free Read for October 2018
"The Tales Behind Them"
by Susan Gee Heino
based on the rhyme,
"Little Bo Peep"

Miss Shepherd is a desperate school-mistress. She's lost all her
students and doesn't know where to find them! Mr. Wolfe is
uniquely qualified to help with her search
, but he's the very last
man she should trust with young ladies--or with her own

wayward heart...
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"When the Clock Strikes"
by Susan Gee Heino
based on the rhyme
"Dickery, Dickery, Dock"

A broken clock, a broken home, and a widow who refuses to let
time march on. Governess Lydia Springfield is struggling to
help the children in her care find happiness. When she’s drawn
into a midnight mouse-chase with a mischievous kitten and the
man of her dreams, it might just be the time of her life.
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