The Captain’s Disgraced Lady by Catherine Tinley blogtour book review

The Captain’s Disgraced Lady by Catherine Tinley blogtour book review

“An absolutely gorgeous regency romance.”

Fab review of The Captain’s Disgraced Lady by Kraftireader

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The Captains Disgraced Lady

The Captain’s Disgraced Lady written by Catherine Tinley, publisher Mills & Boon Historical, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.

To buy link:  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Captains-Disgraced-Historical-Chadcombe-Marriages-ebook/dp/B073TRJM91/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1515254786&sr=1-1

Product Details (as per amazon page)

Who is Captain Harry Fanton?

When Juliana Milford first encounters Captain Harry Fanton, she finds him arrogant and rude. There’s no way she’ll fall for his dazzling smile! Her visit to Chadcombe House was always going to prompt questions over her scandalous family, so she’s touched when Harry defends her reputation. She’s discovering there’s more to Harry than she’d first thought…

A man so plagued by the demons of war, he’s sworn he’ll never marry, no matter how tempted…

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating the launch of Catherine Tinley’s latest regency romance … The Captain’s Disgraced Lady.

I love a good regency romance; the travelling back in time to when ladies were introduced into…

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The Captain’s Disgraced Lady

_A rip-roaring story, fabulous characters, and incredibly moving._
Book 2 in the Chadcombe Marriages series

Who is Captain Harry Fanton?

When Juliana Milford first encounters Captain Harry Fanton, she finds him
arrogant and rude. There’s no way she’ll fall for his dazzling smile! Her visit
to Chadcombe House was always going to prompt questions over her
scandalous family, so she’s touched when Harry defends her reputation. She’s
discovering there’s more to Harry than she’d first thought…

A man so plagued by the demons of war, he’s sworn he’ll never marry, no
matter how tempted…


My next book, The Captain’s Disgraced Lady, can now be ordered online. I’m so excited to find out what readers think of it.

Harry is the younger brother of Adam, who featured in the first book, and I knew from the start that he was going to have to have a full book devoted to him.

He has sworn never to marry, but then he meets Charlotte’s friend, the lively and challenging Juliana. She will lead him a merry dance! Even if they can reach an understanding, other barriers are in their way. Napoleon is on the move, and Harry must go to war. And when nasty rumours circulate about Juliana’s family, Harry is faced with -a choice…

Here’s a short excerpt:


Without any further warning, Harry bent his head and kissed her.

Shocked, Juliana could only feel the warmth of his lips, the taste of him, the brief scent of his breath, before he was gone again. Not a moment too soon, as some guests appeared round the arc in the corridor. He had timed the kiss to perfection, in the brief instant when they were alone. In that split second, Juliana’s senses swam, her stomach flipped and her nerve endings tingled. Her heart was pounding with what must be outrage.

“Thank you? I should thank you for kissing me without my permission?” Her voice squeaked a little. She cleared her throat. “Why on earth would I wish to do such a thing?”

“Because, my darling Juliana, I wished you to know yourself. The passion
within you, a passion that would be smothered by the wrong man. You would
end up half-alive.”

“You have no right to make such remarks—or to kiss me!” Surprisingly, Juliana
felt close to tears. What was happening to her?

He looked closely at her, and his gaze softened. With a rueful half smile, he
murmured, “You must believe me when I tell you I have only your interests at
heart.”


Would you like the chance to win a copy?
Why not head over to Goodreads where I’m running a giveaway. I’ll also be running a giveaway competition on my facebook page soon.

Education of Upper-Class Women in Regency Era

A really interesting summary of education for women in Regency times.

BYU presents PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

By Kristin Perkins (appearing as Caroline Bingley in BYU’s Pride and Prejudice)

A Changing Educational Belief System:

In many ways the early 19th century was a time of changing values in education particularly for women. There were four distinct traditions of women’s education during the Regency period which can be categorized (roughly) as old and new:

  1. (Old) The girl’s school that taught decorum and accomplishments like the one the Bingley sisters attended. The students were generally not of the first circles. Obviously, neither were they poor. Instead, they were exactly what Caroline Bingley was: social climbers. Students at such schools were the daughters of families of lower rank, whether well-off gentry or tradesmen, trying to prepare their daughters for entry into higher society.
  2. (Old) Traditional methods of home schooling, including masters, tutors and governesses. This was practiced by families in the first circles as well as the majority…

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Waltzing With The Earl – Catherine Tinley

Lovely five-star review from Julie @ Bookish Jottings ❤

Bookish Jottings

An exceptional and enchanting debut fans of Regency romances will not be able to resist, Waltzing with the Earl is a stylish and accomplished historical tale from a wonderful new voice in the genre: Catherine Tinley!

Miss Charlotte Wyncroft has always had a yearning to live in her native country. Having grown up in Vienna with her father, Charlotte is delighted when her Papa arranges for her to stay with her relations, the Buxteds, while he is in France. Although unlimited patience is required with her social-climbing aunt and her highly-strung cousin Henrietta, Charlotte is enjoying her stay in England. However, what Charlotte hadn’t counted on was on finding herself attracted to the one man she should not fall in love with: Adam, the Earl of Shalford….

The burdens of responsibility lie heavily on Adam’s shoulders. He needs money -and lots of it – to turn the fortunes of his…

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An Interview with Catherine Tinley

A recent interview with bookish jottings 🙂

Bookish Jottings

I am delighted to welcome Harlequin/Mills and Boon Historical Romance author Catherine Tinley for a chat about her debut novel, Waltzing with the Earl, rakes and rogues and the enduring appeal of Regency romance!

Thank you so much for joining me here at Bookish Jottings, Catherine. It’s lovely to have you here! Could you please start by telling me something about yourself and the books you write?

Thanks for having me, Julie. I live in Ireland with my husband and daughter. We have two older children who have now both flown the nest in a Scottish direction – one to university and one to work. We have a wee dog too, called Carey. I work full-time and also volunteer for a charity, so my writing has to fit into a busy life.

What drew you to writing historical romances and to the Regency, in particular?

Jane Austen, originally, then Georgette…

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