Introducing Jacob Jackon - the hero of A Widow's Vow...

 My next book release, A Widow's Vow is available for preorder!

I am so excited for you to read book 1 in this new Victorian trilogy and a big part of that reason is Jacob Jackson - a hero who came to me shouting and hollering to be heard!

Having become one of my favourite heroes of all time, Jacob is complex, strong and the ultimate protector - a man both sexes would be glad to have around in times of trouble!

When the book opens Jacob is a boxer and soon the reader learns of his humble beginnings and how he came to be one of the most revered fights on Bath's circuit. Then he meets Louisa Hill, a strikingly beautiful and fiesty woman who seems to be as different as night and day to Jacob - or is she?

The electricity between these two is immediate and intense and I loved writing every word of their drama, romance-filled journey!

Happy Reading...

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From grieving widow...

1851. After her merchant husband saved her from a life of prostitution, Louisa Hill was briefly happy as a housewife in Bristol. But then a constable arrives at her door. Her husband has been found hanged in a Bath hotel room, a note and a key to a property in Bath the only things she has left of him. And now the debt collectors will come calling.

To a new life as a madam.

Forced to leave everything she knows behind, Louisa finds more painful betrayals waiting for her in the house in Bath. Left with no means of income, Louisa knows she has nothing to turn to but her old way of life. But this time, she'll do it on her own terms – by turning her home into a brothel for upper class gentleman. And she's determined to spare the girls she saves from the street the horrors she endured in the past.

Enlisting the help of Jacob Jackson, a quiet but feared boxer, to watch over the house, Louisa is about to embark on a life she never envisaged. Can she find the courage to forge this new path? 

A Widow's Vow is the first in a gripping and gritty new Victorian saga series from Rachel Brimble. You won't be able to put it down.

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