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Lady Tregowan’s Will…

A new Regency trilogy for 2021 about 3 young women down on their luck who discover they are half-sisters when they unexpectedly inherit a fortune, subject to certain conditions.

The Rags-to-riches Governess (book 1) & The Cinderella Heiress (book 2) OUT NOW

Book 3 – The Penniless Debutante – coming in October 2021.

The Rags-to-Riches Governess

The Cinderella Heiress

From impoverished governess…

…to wealthy heiress

Governess Leah Thame learns she’s inherited a fortune the day her employer, the enigmatic Earl of Dolphinstone, returns from abroad. They share an instant connection, but in order to claim her inheritance, Leah must resign and find a husband. The guarded widower offers a convenient marriage to stop her leaving, but Leah refuses. She won’t marry the man who’s captured her heart unless there’s a chance of her love being returned…

She’s inherited a fortune…

but will she realise her true worth?

Claiming her inheritance in London will help Beatrice Fothergill escape her bullying, belittling half brother. When her carriage overturns, dashing Waterloo soldier Jack Kingswood comes to her aid – setting her pulse racing! In return, believing her new fortune can help the injured veteran rebuild his life, Beatrice proposes a convenient marriage. But is this all she can offer – or dare Beatrice believe she’s worthy of more?

Praise for Janice Preston from Amazon readers:

“…a fantastic storyteller with a terrific ability for bringing the past to vivid and colourful life.” – Julie

“Janice Preston has a wonderful warm writing style.” – Suze Lavender

“Janice Preston is one of the most unique voices in Historical Romance!” – The Reading Debutante

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