Liz Carlyle, author of The Bride Wore Pearls, on tour August 2012

Posted By on July 11, 2012

About The Bride Wore Pearls

• Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
• Publisher: Avon (July 31, 2012)

Beneath the elegant façade of Victorian high society, the mysterious men of the St. James Society play only by rules of danger and desire.

Rance Welham, the Earl of Lazonby, has survived scandal and disgrace, even evading the Queen’s justice at the end of a hangman’s rope. Now he’s about to gamble everything on something far more dangerous—desire.

An exotic and elegant beauty, Lady Anisha Stafford fled her native India to seek refuge within London’s secretive St. James Society. But accepting protection from someone called a cold-hearted killer is a double-edged sword . . . especially when he’s the most intriguing man Anisha has ever laid eyes upon.

In a world where treachery abounds, no one can be trusted—and no true passion can be denied. Together, these two tempestuous souls will risk their lives for a love that could redeem them . . . or destroy everything they hold dear.

About Liz Carlyle

A lifelong Anglophile, Liz Carlyle cut her teeth reading gothic novels under the bedcovers by flashlight. She is the author of seventeen historical romances, including several New York Times bestsellers. Liz travels incessantly, ever in search of the perfect setting for her next book. Along with her genuine romance-hero husband and four very fine felines, she makes her home in North Carolina.

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Liz’s Tour Stops

Thursday, August 2nd: The Book Garden

Monday, August 6th: Life In Review

Tuesday, August 7th: Bookfan

Wednesday, August 8th: Broken Teepee

Friday, August 10th: Alpha Heroes

Monday, August 13th: In the Hammock Book Reviews

Wednesday, August 15th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews

Thursday, August 16th: …the bookworm…

Tuesday, August 21st: WV Stitcher

Wednesday, August 22nd: Mary’s Cup of Tea

Thursday, August 23rd: BookNAround

Friday, August 31st: A Chick Who Reads


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