Miss Camden Kissed the Duke now live

Beyond excited.  You know this. You saw it coming the last few days. 🙂 Miss Camden Kissed the Duke (Camden Girls book 3) is live on Amazon.

Synopsis:

Fresh on the heels of romantic heartbreak, Miss Isabelle Camden agrees to become companion for the sister of a busy, arrogant duke. She plans to keep her distance, but when a snowstorm strands them outside London for days, an unexpected dare sets propriety at naught…and sends her into the duke’s arms.

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I have to say, as much as I love the hero of the first book in the series, this is probably my favorite of them. It’s about the youngest daughter of a 19th century London stationmaster and an ambitious young half-American Duke. If you love Victorian romance, I hope you’ll enjoy this latest book in the Camden Girls series. (Please leave a review on Amazon if you do! :))

Weekend Writing Warriors #1: WATCHMAKER’S HEART

(This is an old post circa May, 2016) Entering a new snippet blog hop, this week.  This week’s excerpt for Weekend Writing Warriors is from my novel Watchmaker’s Heart. A little glimpse at Cora’s first hint of the (possible) new man in our heroine Phoebe’s life.

Available on Amazon.

 

 

Watchmaker's Heart by Juli D. Revezzo, Steampunk romance
“Mortimer,” Cora muttered.

Phoebe nodded.

“So, to top everything, you’ve already memorized his first name and what he does for a living?” Cora said.

“Yes. He thinks the goddess [ed note: Phoebe’s diffuser] will work,” she said. “Even suggested I give it to—”

She glanced to Cora’s chaperone, strolling ahead, and clamped her mouth shut.

“Who?” Cora demanded.

Phoebe gulped. “I forget.”

Cora’s light eyes lit with mirth. “You do not! Tell me everything!”

She waved a hand, batting the conversation away. “No one important.”

“Important or exotic enough to make you uncomfortable.”

 

 

Who did Mortimer suggest and why does it make Phoebe uncomfortable? You’ll have to read WATCHMAKER’S HEART to find out! 🙂

Genre: Historical Romance with Steampunk elements.

Synopsis:

 

 London, 1898: For Miss Phoebe Lockswell, fashionable London tea parties and balls aren’t her style. Instead, she prefers to tinker tirelessly with a clockwork diffuser she’s built from scratch. If only she can get the invention to work on command, she might earn her way out of an arranged marriage to a repugnant member of the House of Commons.

London watchmaker Mortimer Kidd was brought up hard in the arms of an infamous London gang. Despite the respectability he strives for now, the gang leader is blackmailing him. When Mortimer sees Phoebe’s diffuser, he thinks he’s found a way to buy himself out of trouble. The brash Phoebe manages to steal his heart, however, before he can purloin her invention.

Will Mortimer’s unsavory past catch up to him before he convinces Phoebe of his devotion? Worse, once Phoebe learns the truth, will she ever trust him again?

Here’s the Goodreads link should you wish to add the book to your TBR list. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29408286-watchmaker-s-heart

 

Thanks for reading! To see more of the authors participating in the hop, visit the Weekend Warriors Snippet Sunday list .

Cover Reveal/new release–Watchmaker’s Heart

Announcing something new (circa March, 2016–this is an old post)

I’ve released a new book…something a little different than you might expect from me… A little steampunk, a little Victorian romance. It’s a genre I’ve been noodling around with in Works in Progress well.. forever. It’s not as dark as you might expect from reading the Antique Magic series, et al, But hey, a girl’s got to have a little fun and I had fun writing this one.

What is it? WATCHMAKER’S HEART is an historical romance about a young woman in the very late 19th century who likes to build things and doesn’t like attending balls like most young ladies her age… The synopsis is as follows…

Watchmaker's Heart by Juli D. Revezzo, Steampunk romanceWatchmaker’s Heart

Genre: Victorian romance, steampunk

Synopsis:

For Miss Phoebe Lockswell, fashionable London tea parties and balls aren’t her style. Instead, she prefers to tinker tirelessly with a clockwork diffuser she’s built from scratch. If only she can get the invention to work on command, she might earn her way out of an arranged marriage to a repugnant member of the House of Commons. Continue reading “Cover Reveal/new release–Watchmaker’s Heart”