Pamela's Second Season

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2003 - Fiction - 255 pages
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Spirited Pamela Neville is certain she's not cut out to be a lady and has no intention of subjecting herself to another London season. But she's lured by her grandmother with an irresistible offer--she promises to teach Pamela everything she needs to know to elicit a proposal from Sir Colin Valens--the man Pamela has adored since childhood. Original.

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Simpson excels at imbuing her realistic characters with subtle depths..." - John Charles - American Library Association

"...a treat for lovers of gothic romance..." "There's a natural progression here from the traditional gothic of eerie occurrences with rational explanations to a true paranormal twist, and Simpson keeps the sultry sensuality at a strong simmer." Nina Davis - American Library Association.

National bestselling novelist Donna Lea Simpson has written and published 28 novels and novellas. She has written Regency, time-travel, contemporary and paranormal-historical romances, as well as plunging into her long-time love, mystery writing. The first of her paranormal historical books for Berkley, Awaiting The Moon, (February 2006) became a national bestseller and was nominated for Best Paranormal Historical of 2006 by Romantic Times. The follow-up, Awaiting The Night, (November 2006) was also well-received; Harriet Klausner calls it "a wonderful historical that is a one sitting read." Romantic Times says, "Victoria Holt would be proud."

Awaiting The Fire (September 2007) continues the series with a scorching tale of paranormal twists, gothic mystery, danger and love set in the Cornish moors.

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