A bright light at the end of a rotten day

I’m not going to give you rotten day details. Instead I’m going to annouce that Judith Ivory has a new book coming out in October. Yes. Judith Ivory. New Book. It’s called Angel in a Red Dress.

No cover up yet on Amazon, but it is listed: “Angel in a Red Dress” (Judith Ivory)

I think the world of Judith Ivory, who can write a beautiful sentence and tell a fantastic story and get the historical details right. The three goddesses of historical romance: Loretta Chase, Judith Ivory, Laura Kinsale. And Auntie Beff, don’t fuss at me about the order, cause it’s alphabetical.

6 Replies to “A bright light at the end of a rotten day”

  1. I’ve had the day from hell today too but yesterday Laura Kinsale and Loretta Chase were in my post box so the weekend is looking good. I’m drowning my sorrows in a glass of good sauv blanc and someone’s just cooked me some sausages and mash. Bliss.


    This also reminds me that there are many Judith Ivory books I’ve been meaning to read. I’m not as devoted to her as others are, since everything I’ve read by her tends to break down horribly (story-wise) toward the end, but man oh man can she write some gorgeous prose.

  3. I haven’t read anything by them, what are they like? Is it Pirate love, england in the 1500’s or what? I prefer if it be Europe to be no later then the late 1700’s early 1800’s. Any good 1920-1940 Historical Fiction? I just eat up war time novels.

  4. what wonderful news. i hope it’s not a reissue of SS with a new name. i’ll buy it even if i’ve read it already, however.

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