|Mother Goose has been around for hundreds of
years. The characters I write about in my Regency
romances probably grew up reading her rhymes
about Hey Diddle-Diddle or Jack and Jill going up
the hill. I thought it might be amusing to take some of
these rhymes and turn them into stories.
Regency love stories, of course!
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|"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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