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By Year of Publication, Regency England, Reid Family Series

2012 (June), Let Love Find You

Hardcover release scheduled for 12th June, 2012.

#1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers into the ballrooms and country houses of England’s elite society in the sparkling, passion-filled tale of a desperate debutante who learns in a most delightful way that she can’t fight her scandalous attraction to her virile matchmaker.

Lady Amanda Locke has struck out miserably in her two Seasons on the marriage mart. Beautiful, titled, and charming – even if she does talk a bit too much, Amanda doesn’t understand why love eludes her. Even her father, the Duke of Norford, is so perplexed he is prepared to take drastic measures to ensure his daughter’s happiness. Now, as Amanda begins her third Season, she gets a little help from Cupid, a darkly handsome horse breeder whose knowledge of basic animal attraction has guided him in arranging more than a few successful matches between the young ladies and gentlemen of the ton. Hired by Amanda’s family, Devin Baldwin produces results for Amanda and soon she is happy to be courted by one of his clients, the dashing Viscount Altone. In order to secure Amanda’s match to a nobleman obsessed with horse racing, Devin must teach Amanda how to overcome her fear of horses. But as Devin shows her the joys of riding, hunting, and racing, will their own hearts run astray as Amanda finds herself falling in love with Cupid himself?

(Thanks to Rika Ashton for getting in the blurb. :) )

Cover created by yours truly. Shall change to the original cover as that is made available. I have placed the novel in the categories dealing with the Reid Family Series.

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12 thoughts on “2012 (June), Let Love Find You

  1. Glad to know there’s a new Johanna Lindsey book coming out! Thanks so much for keeping this blog updated :)

    BTW, I just noticed that in the family tree, Danny Hilary’s full name is written as “Danielle” when it’s supposed to be “Danette”. Just a small detail. Thanks again :)

    Posted by Jett | November 19, 2011, 9:19 am
  2. I was hoping something was coming soon! Good to know. I wonder if we can pre-order yet. Thanks for posting the info!

    Posted by Robin | January 19, 2012, 7:04 am
  3. Here’s the description from Fantastic fiction. (I can’t for them to post the cover, they’ve all been fantastic recently!):

    #1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers into the ballrooms and country houses of England’s elite society in the sparkling, passion-filled tale of a desperate debutante who learns in a most delightful way that she can’t fight her scandalous attraction to her virile matchmaker.

    Lady Amanda Locke has struck out miserably in her two Seasons on the marriage mart. Beautiful, titled, and charming – even if she does talk a bit too much, Amanda doesn’t understand why love eludes her. Even her father, the Duke of Norford, is so perplexed he is prepared to take drastic measures to ensure his daughter’s happiness. Now, as Amanda begins her third Season, she gets a little help from Cupid, a darkly handsome horse breeder whose knowledge of basic animal attraction has guided him in arranging more than a few successful matches between the young ladies and gentlemen of the ton. Hired by Amanda’s family, Devin Baldwin produces results for Amanda and soon she is happy to be courted by one of his clients, the dashing Viscount Altone. In order to secure Amanda’s match to a nobleman obsessed with horse racing, Devin must teach Amanda how to overcome her fear of horses. But as Devin shows her the joys of riding, hunting, and racing, will their own hearts run astray as Amanda finds herself falling in love with Cupid himself?

    Posted by Rika Ashton | February 25, 2012, 8:50 am
  4. So, am I the only person who shudders at the misuse of titles/forms of address by so many otherwise decent writers of historic romance?

    In the book under discussion, Ms Lindsey has a character named Kendall Goswick, Earl of Manford. He’s referred to variously as “Lord Kendall”, “Lord Goswick” and “Lord Manford”. No one would be addressed by all three. Even if it’s incorrect, for the sake of consistency, the author needs to pick on and stick to it. It would take a minimal amount of research to discover the accepted usages. I’m not even a writer and I have 2 sites bookmarked that explain it.

    It doesn’t matter how much I’m enjoying a book, when this sort of thing happens, I get kicked right out of the story. Which is a shame, because aside from this issue, I enjoy Ms Lindsey’s writing.

    Posted by barbar | June 29, 2012, 7:36 pm
  5. Hi Johanna, I was wondering if you have a new Mallory book coming soon. Please say you do

    Posted by annette | June 30, 2012, 8:27 pm
  6. Yes, Malory Malory… I hope you’re working on that! I love all your books!

    Posted by Luz DLS | December 5, 2012, 5:19 am

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