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Forevermore

You met Clarice Bradford in Amethyst and Cameron Leslie in Emerald.
Now read their own story in Forevermore!

Cameron and Clarice's story…
a Chase Family Series Novella

England, 1667

Sensible Clarice Bradford is content in her widowhood. She has a pretty one-room cottage and a lovely little daughter, and the last thing she wants is another husband. Until one fairytale evening when she’s invited to a wedding at a castle…

Scottish gentleman Sir Cameron Leslie is smitten with the shy, English beauty at first sight. He’s fiercely drawn to the very strength and independence that make her unwilling to throw caution to the wind and bestow her heart on a younger man. Though passion flares between them, it will take everything Cameron can muster to reawaken Clarice’s long-forgotten dreams of true love…

Series Info: Chase Family Series

The Marquess of Cainewood and his siblings are eminent members of King Charles II’s merry English court. But Jason, Colin, Kendra, and Ford are also family—which means they’re loud, argumentative, and always meddling in each other’s lives. As the four Chases find their paths toward true love, they help and hinder one another through bouts of passion and despair on their way to happily ever after…

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Book Info

  • A novella of 25,000 words (about 100 printed book pages)
  • R-rated content: Steamy love scenes! If you prefer sweet books, The Laird's Fairytale Bride is a sweet version of this book.
  • Originally published by Penguin Putnam (Signet Books)

Awards

  • Top Ten Bestseller on Kindle, iBooks, and Nook
  • Romantic Times for Best Anthology!

Quotes from Reviewers

…Passionate…a Top Pick! —Kathe Robin, Romantic Times (4½ stars, Top Pick)

Royal's fans may recognize the heroine from Forevermore, a 31-year-old widow and mother who appeared in Amethyst. Here she rediscovers the joy of intimacy in the arms of a young Scotsman. Atmospheric and charming…[a] delightful bedtime [story]. For many readers, this will prove to be a nice introduction to Royal, a promising new talent.Publishers Weekly (Forecast Review)

[In Forevermore,] a little girl dreams of living in a castle, a woman ceased dreaming long ago, and a man has the means to make dreams come true…I highly recommend it. —Jane Bowers, Romance Reviews Today

…Delicious…well-written with wonderful characters…The love scenes are tender and yet pack wickedly succulent knockout punches. —Mary Lynn, MyShelf.com

Wonderful…very touching…four arrows! —Elizabeth Derrach, Bella Online

…a precious tale I adored, and it makes me want to go out and buy all of Lauren Royal's other books…This book is a #1 Keeper! —Suzanne Coleburn, The Belles and Beaux of Romance

…well-written and -researched…will tug your heartstrings. I highly recommend…as a delightful way to pass an afternoon or evening. —Susan Lantz, Romance Fiction Form Leader, America Online

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