Regina Jeffers in the house with another new release!

Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Eva E

Thank you for this truly fascinating information, which I was unaware of. My mother daily told me that you are never too old to learn, and I have found that to be true. Your extensive research is fulfilling to your reader. This book sounds intriguing.


I agree completely – Regina writes while she sleeps! Or sh does research.

Regina, I am so impressed by this storyline and research. A trial of Lord Matlock in the House of Lords! I hope he does not get convicted. Thanks for the post!


What an intriguing premise! Wonderful research as well. I can’t wait to read it. I have so enjoyed all your other books.


Wow, you certainly did your research! This sounds like a terrific book!


Yes, research is the bane of most authors. We must find the right balance between history and story. Too much of either one and not enough of the other spells disaster.
Thanks for joining me today.


Sharon and Regina, I also like the gentleman on the cover ^^


I chose that image LONG before Pegasus Books bought the manuscript. At one time I thought to self publish the book. The girl designs many of my covers came up with the design. I wanted the sword to show for the missing sword is a key to the storyline.


If each case had to go through all these stages it’s to be hoped there weren’t too many criminals!!! Very interesting and the book sounds gripping.


The legal system of the time was strictly enforced in the HOL, but not so much so in the common courts.

Patricia Finnegan

Congratulations on another book!


Many thanks, Patricia.


Congratulations Regina on another EPIC release! Fabulous post with lots of interesting information.


I did not need all this information for the actual book, but it was so fascinating, I kept reading, Caryl.

TaNeshia Jones

Thanks for sharing this info.


Glad you could join me, TaNeshia.

Joana Starnes

Thanks for a great post, Sharon and Regina! The wealth of information is amazing. Congrats for the release of yet another gripping story!


Good morning, Joana. (I know you are five hours ahead of me, and it is mid afternoon in the UK, but…) The differences in the legal systems were quite astounding to me.

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