Redeeming Jack-new book out today :)
Friday, September 21st, 2012 Sep 21st, 2012 leave a response

I’m excited to tell you all that I have a new book out today called Redeeming Jack, which is the second part of the Regency historical series I’m self-publishing. The first was Educating Elizabeth.

Here’s the blurb 🙂

Disowned and disinherited by his aristocratic family, Jack Llewelyn survives on his wits and his ability to nurse officers returning from the Napoleonic Wars. He is prepared to go to any lengths to clear his name, but fate, and the Duke of Diable Delamere, have different plans for Jack. Soon, he will be hunting a missing spy, discovering old family secrets, and risking his life pursuing a woman who has changed beyond recognition Only then will he be able to face his lost love, ask her forgiveness and finally deserve his very happy ending.

I love this story which is very old-skool romance with a big plot, misunderstandings, smugglers, spies and beautiful feisty ladies.

It will eventually be available through all the digital outlet and is currently already up on kindle! at $4.99

4 comments to “Redeeming Jack-new book out today :)”

  1. Savannah Chase
      · September 21st, 2012 at 5:48 pm · Link

    Huge congrats on the wonderful new release.

  2. Alycia
      · September 23rd, 2012 at 7:24 pm · Link

    I’m excited to read this! Sounds great. Thanks for posting the info, Kate.

  3. kate pearce
      · September 24th, 2012 at 4:31 pm · Link

    Thank you Savannah and Alycia 😀

  4. Wonder Woman
      · February 3rd, 2013 at 9:14 am · Link

    Oh my goodness this book was non stop suspense. I loved the war of tongues between Jack and Caryse. I would have liked more sex and body contact but under the circumstances it’s understandable why there wasn’t.
    Now can you please with a cherry on top write about Vincent, Gervase’ s cousin? He wants to fall in love. Oh and Ms. PEARCE please don’t leave Elizabeth’s poor sister with her grandparents. She has too much spirit to be stuck there.

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