Sample Saturday: “Clytie’s Caller”

clytieHi, everyone. Today’s snippet is from my sweet Regency romance novelette, Clytie’s Caller. Enjoy!


Samuel was just donning his hat to leave the Browning townhouse when Isabel stopped him in the foyer.

“Are you really calling on Archie’s sister? That girl is attics to let, Sam.”

“Bella, my dear, she is no such thing.”

“You saw how she ran from the Assembly Rooms; Archie was mortified.”

“She’s frightened, Bella; nothing more. Once I know why, I can help her. She’s no different from the soldiers I help every day.”

“Clytemnestra Preston has never been in battle,” Isabel scoffed.

“I beg to differ, cousin,” Samuel said, and walked out the door to mount his waiting horse.


PrintWant your own copy of Clytie’s Caller? It’s available in either eBook or audiobook form.

Back cover copy:

Bath, 1816. Clytemnestra Preston has become so terrified of life that she refuses to leave her room. Not even her family can convince her to take her place in Society again. Doctor Samuel Whittington, late of His Majesty’s Army, may be her only chance for a cure … and romance. Can Sam convince Clytie to open the door, and her heart?

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