“I loved Nicky Penttila’s writing. She seamlessly weaves her extensive historical research into this story. The story is filled with great characters. Her knowledge of the Regency period, music and the press is impressive.” —Romantic Historical Lovers Reviews (Top Pick)
“The writing is superb, the storytelling captivating, the scene-setting excellent, and the story fun and lively.” —Lake Tahoe News
“The best part was seeing two wounded and lonely people come to trust and rely on each other, then experience the wonders of love!” —InD’tale Magazine
A desperate composer tricks a principled newspaper publisher into printing a false story, and then falls for him. How can she prove that she’s worth a second chance? A Note of Scandal, full-length Regency romantic fiction, is available at e-sellers everywhere, including Evernight Publishing (all formats bundled together) and Amazon (Kindle). Available in print at Amazon and Createspace.
New This Summer
News that she was adopted forces Lady Madeline Wetherby to lower her expectations and marry an upstart Manchester merchant. When she later discovers that her birth father is one of the weavers her husband is putting out of work—and a radical leader—Maddie must decide whether the family she longs for can be made of the man of her heart or the people of her blood.
My short story, “The Lunchbox,” appears in We LOVE New York: A Romance Anthology to Raise Funds for Hurricane Sandy Relief (ebook at Amazon, also in paperback). The anthology released just in time for Valentine’s Day, and that day is one of the themes of my story, too. You can also buy it at Riverdale Avenue Books, and see details and a photo of the lunchbox on my blog.