It's been a while coming, like so many things in our lives today, but I'm happy to announce the release of my new book, Coppertown.
In 1898 Boston society, Josephine Shipton’s bicycle riding is scandalous, but her arrest is intolerable. Exiled to rural Vermont, instead of the planned ostracism, the heiress finds opportunity and new experiences. Free of societal constraints and her overbearing stepmother, Josephine discovers not only a fascination with the medical profession, but a passion to help others. This passion turns to something deeper when she tends a seriously injured miner.
Braxton Beaumont was a handsome child of the
grew to a man savvy enough to use that attractiveness to his advantage...amassing a fortune along the way. But when he strides into the Coppertown, posing as a miner, neither his wealth nor strength can save him when the mine collapses.
social rank nor circumstances can stop the swell of sensations
as old as time. Even if they surrender to this ill-fated love,