Thanks for stopping by to check out this Thurday’s Throwback Feature Novel, The Bargain, by Vanessa Riley. This novel takes us back to 2015. Have you read it? If not, the first episode is FREE on ebooks. Plus, Ms. Riley is offering a giveaaway. Check out the details below.
About the Book
Gareth Conroy, the third Baron Welling, can neither abandon his upcoming duty to lead the fledgling colony of Port Elizabeth, South Africa nor find the strength to be a good father to his heir. Every look at the boy reminds him of the loss of his wife. Guilt over her death plagues his sleep, particularly when he returns to London. Perhaps the spirit and fine eyes of her lady’s maid, Precious Jewell, might offer the beleaguered baron a new reason to dream.”
Author’s note: The Bargain is a serialized story or soap opera told in episodes. Each episode averages from three to eight chapters, about 15,000 to 30,000 words. Each episode resolves one issue. Emotional cliffhangers may be offered, but the plot, the action of the episode, will be complete in resolving the main issue. My promise to you is that the action will be compelling, and I will tell you in the forward the length of the episode. This episode, Episode IV, is nine chapters long, 32,000 words. There are 4 episodes total for Season 1. Enjoy these Regency Tales set in South Africa. –Vanessa Riley
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10 thoughts on “TBT Feature Novel + Giveaway: The Bargain by Vanessa Riley”
My favorite regency era novel is : Short Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer
That’s a good book!
I don’t have a favorite regency era novel but, I do love to read. 🙂 Thanks for sharing info about Vanessa Riley.
Reading is the best! Good luck!
My favorite Regency era novel (from before such novels were historical fiction) is Persuasion by Jane Austen. My favorite Regency era novel (from a contemporary author) is pretty much a three-way tie between Prelude for a Lord and The Spinster’s Christmas by Camille Elliot and Unveiling Love by Vanessa Riley. 🙂
Love Jane Austen! I haven’t read the other two yet.
My favorite Regency novels is A Regency Match by Elizabeth Mansfield. I just roar with laughter when I read (or rather reread) it!
I’ll have to check that one out!
Anything by Sara Ladd and Julie Klassen are wonderful. Thank you for the chance. Blessing!
Blessings to you, too, Lucy!