If you don’t already love New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell’s charming Regency set historical books, you will after reading her new release, Falling In Love Again.
Avon Books is re-issuing one of Cathy’s earliest historical romance books, Falling In Love Again on Tuesday, March 29th. The book was originally published in 1997 with a basket of flowers on a yellow cover. Although the re-issue has a beautiful new cover, the story is just as wonderful to read today and it was when first released. It followed on the heels of Cathy’s successful You and No Other and won many new readers for Cathy.
Here’s a little bit about Falling in Love Again:
Years ago, Mallory Edwards was forced to wed John Barron–who then abandoned her. Now being courted by a local squire, Mallory travels to London to petition John for a divorce. When she discovers he is bankrupt and that she also could be imprisoned for his debts, the couple flees London. During their flight, Mallory tries not to succumb to her husband’s roguish charm, while John fights his passionate attraction to his wife.
A measure of Cathy’s storytelling talent is evidenced by Romance Writers of America nominating her most recent book, His Christmas Pleasure, as a finalist for the prestigious RITA Award for Best 2011 RITA Regency Historical Romance.
More than 1,100 novels and novellas were judged in 12 categories. Winners of the awards will be announced July 1, 2011 at the RITA and Golden Heart Awards Ceremony to be held at RWA’s 31st Annual National Conference in New York city.
The Seduction of Scandal will be released in September 2011 and is the last of the Scandals and Seductions series.
An author who understands the human heart and whose stories touch our souls.” — Romantic Times