It’s back!!!

Green Card is back and available for pre-order. It has new scenes, a whole new chapter, a new cover, and the entire thing has undergone a major edit. It’s cleaner, tighter, and better than ever.

It will be released on Amazon on Oct. 25th and everywhere else Oct. 26th. Yes, there will be a paperback.

Because the release date is also my birthday, I’m doing a big giveaway. After all, in Ukrainian tradition, the birthday girl throws her own celebration, and I’m sort of Ukrainian by marriage.

I will be visiting several blogs and you’ll have a chance to enter at each of them. The prize is my ENTIRE catalog. ALL FIVE BOOKS. Yes, FIVE!

More details to come.

 

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On Equal Ground Review & Giveaway

Review from Rita at From Pemberley to Milton. Check it out!

From Pemberley to Milton

Meryton Vignettes was a statement that Elizabeth Adams is trying to go beyond one-dimensional characters and the simple love story we may find in some Pride and Prejudice variations. On Equal Ground is the proof that she has what it takes to build a solid, mature book that will inspire readers who believe in real life and second chances. This book marks her literary signature, she is not afraid to risk controversial stories and executes them beautifully!

I have to start by saying that in this book Elizabeth Bennet meets and marries an older man when she is but 18, she falls in love with her husband and bears him 3 children during a very happy marriage, this means readers will need to be able to cope with this premise if they want to enjoy the book.

The story starts in 1809 and will follow the lives of the characters…

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New Book Released!

Here’s my latest. Read it and let’s discuss – there are so many things I want to talk about!

On Equal Ground can be purchased at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Apple, Kobo, etc. Paperback out soon!

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Well-read, observant, and spirited, a young Elizabeth Bennet draws the attention of a wealthy widower.

When she finally meets Mr. Darcy, she outranks him. Of course, that doesn’t stop him from insulting her. Married and wealthy, is she still beneath his notice?

Elizabeth’s high society connections create new opportunities for her sisters and, in turn, keep Darcy close to her family.

When tragedy strikes, will Darcy rise to the occasion? Or will his propensity to give offense show no respect for rank?