Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Hero Spotlight on eHarlequin

There is now a new short story about Lord Jack Aikenhead, the hero of His Forbidden Liaison, here on eHarlequin which is featuring Historicals in May in its Hero Spotlight series.

You may need to scroll down the page to find Jack, but he is there. Hope you enjoy this sidelight on London life of a spy.

Joanna

3 Comments:

Blogger Jan Jones said...

Very nice, Joanna! A perfect miniature slice of Lord Jack's life. Looking forward to the real thing.

7:16 AM  
Anonymous Monica Fairview said...

Loved it, Joanna. A very intriguing encounter. I look forward to reading more...

8:58 AM  
Blogger Joanna Maitland said...

Thank you, Jan and Monica. Must say I rather like that story myself! I did fall in love with Jack while writing His Forbidden Liaison and maybe it shows...

The short story, of course, is set once he's back in London. By then, he's rather different from the incorrigible playboy he was in earlier books. It's amazing what a good woman can do for (to?) a man, isn't it?

12:12 PM  

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