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Karla Darcy is Still Holiday Blog Hopping!

This is the last day of the Holiday Blog Hop!

This might just be your lucky day! Enter again today!

Have you won yet? It’s not too late. This is the last day of the Holiday Blog Hop. Miss Darcy has met so many new authors and entered so many contests she’s quite dizzy with pleasure. In fact if you sign up to her announcement list to hear of new releases and other fun things, you’ll definitely get a bonus prize.

The Daughters of Sweet’s Racing Club were so excited when they participated in the Blog Hop that they decided they would donate a copy of The Masked Heart to be raffled off at the end of the meeting the other night. Such a dazzling evening!

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Oh la! Some of the members hadn’t heard the story of Blaine Meriweather and Drew Farrington. You all will recall that in order to save her family from financial ruin, Blaine disguised herself and became an actress. Her wild success saved her family but she hadn’t counted on Lord Farrington wanting to make her his mistress. All might have gone smoothly if Blaine hadn’t fallen in love…..

Enough of this gossipmongering, let Miss Darcy tell you about the prizes!  On Miss Darcy’s portion of the Holiday Blog Hop you can win a $20.00 Amazon gift card. Think of the possibilities. To begin all you have to do to see the details of Miss Darcy’s raffle is to click HERE.

And after you’ve entered to win at Miss Darcy’s site, be sure to check out the chance to win the Kindle Fire and other wondrous things at The Holiday Blog Hop! This is your opportunity to meet 60+ authors from around the world. You may enter the giveaway contests at each of the author’s websites. Free books and other delightful swag may be yours if you enter. Miss Darcy is planning to visit every one! You’d have to be tottyheaded to miss such a chance. Click on the picture below and you’ll be magically transported to the main page.

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Miss Darcy loves to hear from you! Although her correspondence is extensive she always has time for faithful readers. She answers all inquiries as etiquette requires! Three fastest ways to reach her? Leave comments below this post. Miss Darcy loves these.

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Miss Karla Darcy

PS: There is much to be learned in the coming months as Miss Darcy sifts through the rumors and gossip. Surely you don’t want to be left in the dark!

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Holiday Blog Hop! Miss Darcy is Thrilled!

Another day, another chance to win great prizes!

Miss Darcy is so excited to be a part of the Holiday Blog Hop. This is the first time that she will be participating with so many authors for a gigantic giveaway. Devil take it! The Holidays are exciting enough but now the opportunity to win big prizes is something that has all the Daughters of Sweet’s Racing Club aflutter. Just imagine the opportunity to win a Kindle Fire or a basket of signed books! Christmas is such a wonderful time of year! Miss Darcy was so delighted when one of the members of the DSRC gave her the Christmas novella The Five Kisses, the romantic story of Gillian and Chad. Such a sweet relationship and there are kittens too!

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On Miss Darcy’s portion of the Holiday Blog Hop you can win a $20.00 Amazon gift card. Think of the possibilities. We started yesterday with the first entries and prizes. Every day this week, you will have more chances to win and add more prizes To begin all you have to do to see the details of Miss Darcy’s raffle is to click HERE.

And after you’ve entered to win at Miss Darcy’s site, be sure to check out the chance to win the Kindle Fire and other wondrous things at The Holiday Blog Hop! This is your opportunity to meet 60+ authors from around the world. Some may be new to you and others old friends. You may enter the giveaway contests at each of the author’s websites. Free books and other delightful swag may be yours if you enter. You can go to as many of the author’s blogs as you want. Miss Darcy is planning to visit every one! You’d have to be tottyheaded to miss such a chance. Click on the picture and you’ll be transported to the main page.

 holiday-blog-hop-3aMiss Darcy loves to hear from you! Although her correspondence is extensive she always has time for faithful readers. She answers all inquiries as etiquette requires! Three fastest ways to reach her? Leave comments below this post. Miss Darcy loves these.

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Karla Darcy Announces the Holiday Blog Hop

Miss Darcy was partying with the Daughters of Sweet’s Racing Club at their Christmas Gala. It was great fun and she managed to win at whist. Although we’ve tried over the years to copy some of the traditions of  (a social club during Regency times where both sexes could mingle) we decided that tea and lemonade were not appropriate for the holiday party. Wine was chosen as the beverage of choice over the objections of Alicia Weathersfield, our illustrious president. Instead of thinly sliced bread and butter and pound cake we opted for a lively cheddar, crackers and HERE. Several of us suggested cherry tarts since they were the favorites of Devereaux Havenhurst in The Marriage Wager.

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You will all remember the contretemps surrounding his marriage. He and several friends while deep in their cups (drunk) kidnapped an innocent young girl believeing she was an actress and Dev married her. On sober reflection he tried to get out of the marriage by challenging her to a wager. She must run his household by the same standards of society that he was used to. In order to win the wager Dev fired all the servants and left his wife Jena to hire a scurrilous looking crew of servants. In this excerpt Dev has just returned home for the first time since the wager was made and Jena has invited him to partake of asumptious tray of food:

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“Please help yourself, milord,” Jena said. “I believe Cook sent along some cucumber sandwiches as well as the sweets.”

“Dare I ask what idiosyncrasies Cook possesses?” Dev drawled. “A penchant for arsenic? Or is she content with the common rat poisons?”

“Truly, milord, she is nothing out of the way. She is a positive miracle worker with pastries and her fish course would make Prinny weak with envy. You will find no fault with her sauces and I promise you her pheasant presentation is something to behold. Of course, she is blind in one eye,” Jena said, her eyes twinkling as Dev’s hand hovered over the tray of food. “But before you ask how, I warn you the word ‘gouged’ might dampen your appetite.”

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Ah what an exciting story it is. Miss Darcy would really appreciate it if you would check out the book on Amazon and right underneath the title of the book there’s a small box that says LIKE. If you would click on that box Miss Darcy would be in high alt. To see the Amazon page click HERE.

Now Miss Darcy is aware you are anxious to learn about the Holiday Blog and her own giveaway prizes.

From today until Friday you will have a chance to meet 60 independent authors and win some fabulous prizes.

To enter Miss Darcy’s raffle and to hear the rest of the details CLICK HERE!

And after you’ve entered to win at Miss Darcy’s page check out the rest of these amazing chances to win at The Holiday Blog Hop! main page!

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Is Your Marriage Stable? An easy Quiz!

Yesterday Miss Darcy found a quiz in one of those trendy women’s magazines. It was designed to help you discover if your marriage could endure the stresses of retirement. If you answered any questions wrong, your marriage was as solid as a termite infested outhouse.

Question: If you only have one car, do you share it equally?

My condition for Bill’s retirement was two cars. I’ve known too many couples who divorced over the car issue. Men retire. Women never do. They still have the same need for the car for all their important errands.

Bill drives to the golf course, to the grocery store and to Home Depot. Although a mature, bright adult, once behind the wheel, he loses all sense of time. “I’ll be back in twenty minutes. I’m just going to pick up a lug wrench.” He could be gone for days, while I waited for that car.

In any hardware store, a man can spend six hours in the nuts and bolts aisle, drooling over the endless sizes, not to mention the section of toggle bolts. Did you ever see anyone toggle?

Question: Do you wish you could go somewhere without him?

Of course I do. Being together is great but give me a break. Every day? When the kids were little, I never went anywhere without one or both clinging to a leg or some other appendage. In those days when I had a really bad day and wanted to be alone, I usually ended up at Walgreens.

By the time I got everyone settled for the night, that was the only place open, except bars. Since Bill retired, I found a 24 hour Walgreens, for my alone time. I usually go after dinner when he’s cranked into the “lights out” position on the recliner.

I never buy much. I just roam the aisles and talk to myself until the clerks begin to give me funny looks. Then I go quietly home.

Question: Do you discuss interesting subjects at dinner?

During JEOPARDY? Lets face it, not much has happened since breakfast unless the house has been broken into or a storm surge has wiped out the neighborhood.

The TV keeps us from staring mindlessly at the mashed potatoes. We try to save what counts for conversation for those nights out when we’re alone in a restaurant that doesn’t have waiters in paper hats.

That’s the time when we pretend we’re dating again and the subject of children, grandchildren and the state of the economy is off limits so we can happily digest the meal.

Question: Do you ever feel your home is a jail?

No. In jail, you don’t have to cook.

Question: Are you always cheerful at bedtime?

Generally. But the nights I’m not, Bill has made some unfortunate comment like, “I think I’ll turn in. I’ve really had a tough day.” or “Have you gained weight this week?” This leads to one of those arguments that involve a general breakdown of reasonable thinking.

Since I always liked his mother, I steer clear of questioning his ancestry and just bring up all the things he’s forgotten to do since we’ve been married.

Question: Do you avoid telling him bad news?

Are you nuts? Why rush to tell him I scraped the side of the car when the chances are good he’ll never look at the passenger side? Why ruin his day by telling him I maxed out the credit card on a dynamite sale at the Pottery Barn? All in good time.

Question: Do you ever look at your spouse and wonder why you married him?

Daily. Even after all these years, it’s a sheer wonderment to me. How could I have been so smart to choose someone like Bill to spend my golden years with? I guess I was just lucky he asked.

Do questions in magazines make you laugh? Do you look at your relationships and wonder why it’s worked out so well? Leave a comment below.

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The American Bride! A Proxy Marriage? Miss Darcy Cries Fustian!

Miss Darcy has been trying to cut through the gossip concerning Lord Wilton’s proxy marriage to an American. Most would say, “What good can come of such a misalliance?” Learn the true story in The American Bride.

Fustian! Miss Darcy was quite startled when she read that the Duchess of Landglower herself had proposed a shocking scheme. Excerpt from The American Bride:

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“Cara, your father had your best interests at heart. He could have married you to anyone but I think he chose well. Lord Wilton is young and very handsome. I’m sure he has many fine qualities.”

Sunk in her own despair Cara failed to note the uncertainty of the Duchess’ appraisal.

“Who knows? Given time you may grow to love him.”

“But, Grandmother, that’s just the point. I don’t have any time. We’re already married. He’ll never give me time to know him. We shall be introduced and then he’ll have the right to do with me whatever he wants.”

The American BrideThe older woman could not dismiss the note of distress in the girl’s voice nor the blushing agony in her face. She knew the girl was correct.

The things she had heard about Wilton left her in little doubt that he would immediately bed the beautiful girl. Even at her advanced age she chafed at her granddaughter’s predicament.

The Duchess left her chair and rummaged in the pigeonholes of an inlaid rosewood desk. Pulling out a letter she gave a sigh of satisfaction and returned to her chair. She squinted at the pages for several minutes and then smiled at the curious girl.

“Lady Trehune always keeps me abreast of the latest gossip. Can’t understand why anyone would tell her anything in confidence because before you could get out the door Netty would have told at least three people. At any rate she has her uses when you need to know anything about the ton.”

“She wrote you about Lord Wilton?”

“Indirectly,” the Duchess said, smiling at her granddaughter’s eagerness. “About three years ago Lord Wilton’s brother and his wife were killed in a carriage accident.

There were two children and they are wards of Wilton. They live at his country estate and, according to my addlepated friend Netty, they are in need of a governess.

Knowing of your proxy marriage she was delighted to inform me that their last governess left under some sort of a cloud.”

“You mean that I could go there as a governess? Oh, grandmother, what a lark!”

The girl laughed deeply, much to her grandmother’s approval. She was a fine healthy animal who seemed to appreciate a good joke. No missish girl, this one, nodded the Duchess.

“Do you think you could carry it off?” Liela inquired.

“I had a perfectly awful governess after Mother died. Madame Regenard was an absolute dragon.” She jumped to her feet and paced across the carpeting.

“Should I be French? I can speak it perfectly, even though my accent is a bit awkward,”

“No, child,” the Duchess drawled. “No one would ever take you for anything but an American.”

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Miss Darcy is well aware that such a disguise could place this innocent girl in considerable danger. Not only her reputation but her very virtue would be at risk.

In Downton Abbey, the American bride did save the estate but when the heir died her money was tied to that very estate.

There’s more at stake here than financial disaster. Like in Pride and Prejudice, tittle-tattle abounds but the full account in The American Bride is so romantic.

You’re dying to learn the rest of the story, aren’t you? To Buy or Download a Sample of The American Bride Click HERE.

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Weekly Words from Miss Darcy’s Dictionary

Miss Darcy has been apprised by the DSRC that some of the readers of her correspondence are not totally up to snuff on the Regency language. She understands that time is a precious commodity so she thought it might be fun to define some of these antiquated words.

Some of the members of Sweet’s Racing Club have been known to use cant (Regency slang) when in a private room among friends. Never in front of the ladies.  But it would be an adventure for all of us to be reminded of even these meanings.

When regaling you concerning the rumors surrounding the proxy marriage of Lord Wilton, she may have used several unfamiliar words. It’s very similar to when Miss Darcy arrived in America, she felt as if she had to learn a new language.

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So here are several words that you might not know but will help in understanding the Regency world.

To disguise is to pretend to be something one is not. An impersonation. To create a different appearance in order to conceal one’s identity.

In Regency times to be disguised is to be drunk. To be foxed or castaway is similar.

Misalliance is a marriage of two people unsuited to each other either on a social, financial or national level.

Addlepated means to be mixed up or confused. Although it seems a modern word, it was first used in 1630.

Missish means prim or prudish. Acting like an innocent maiden. Ah! Miss Darcy remembers those days.

Fustian is high-flown or affected writing or speech; broadly :anything high-flown or affected in style. Used occasionally as an exclamation.

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Miss Darcy is Appalled! The American Bride! Romance? Pshaw!

Miss Darcy quizzed one of the Daughters of Sweet’s Racing Club (DSRC), Alicia Weathersfield, who revealed the titillating rumor about her ancestor, Lord Wilton. Miss Darcy was able to ferret out the fact that he had gotten himself into quite a coil (disturbance or fuss) through the machinations of his grandmother, the Duchess of Landglower.

A proxy marriage was arranged between Wilton and, of all people, an American girl. What a corkbrained (idiotic) proposition! What good can come of such a misalliance?

Downton Abbey devotees would tell you an American bride wed to an English lord does not lead to financial salvation! The book The American Bride tells a rousing tale of the bride’s escapades on her arrival in England. And what a doozy it is!

The American BrideDevil take it! Miss Darcy was scandalized by what she read. Excerpt from The American Bride:

“I wish I were dead.”

“Nonsense, Caroline. Where’s your backbone?” the Duchess of Landglower snapped.

“But I’ve never even seen this Lord Wilton. What if he’s repulsive?”

“Your marriage, my dear child, is unquestionably legal,” the Duchess announced. “It was conducted three months ago in my own household with duly authorized witnesses. I stood as proxy for you in this instance.”

“Couldn’t it be annulled?”

“Impossible!” Came the adamant reply.

“Oh, Grandmother, ” Cara moaned, “I wish that I had never left America.”

Arms resting on her knees, hands clasped in silent supplication, she leaned toward the Duchess.

“My marriage really can’t be legal, Grandmother,” Cara pleaded. “After all, I’ve never even set eyes on Lord Wilton.”

“Now, my child, there are certain facts that must be accepted.” The Duchess held up one elegant blue-veined hand curtailing the younger girl’s outburst. “First, the marriage is incontestably valid.”

Miss Darcy is appalled that this innocent young girl might be bedded by a total stranger but what options has Cara? In Downton Abbey, the American bride did save the estate. Not the same thing here, don’t you know?

Even Jane Austen would be hard pressed to wrap this story in plain linen (offer a positive spin.) Miss Darcy is well aware you can’t resist learning the rest of the story, can you?

To Buy or Download a Sample of The American Bride Click HERE.

Your faithful correspondent,

Karla Darcy

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The American Bride! Scandal, Disguises and Romance!

Miss Darcy has discovered a treasure trove of documents from one of the Daughter’s of Sweet’s Racing Club (DSRC) setting her heart a flutter. As you know a traveling chest has been found. Although normally she would never cry rope (tattle) Miss Darcy went to a dreadful squeeze of the first consequence (large gathering of society)over the American holiday of Thanksgiving. There one of the guests, a descendent of the Landglowers,was foxed (drunk) and confirmed one of the rumors that was circulating about Julian Weatherfield, grandson of the Duchess of Landglower, having married an American. The rumor which Miss Darcy has been at great pains to confirm concerns a proxy marriage. Certainly a havey cavey (helter-skelter) affair.

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The whole story is contained in a historical novel HERE. Married by proxy!  Will Caroline Leland be bedded by a total stranger when she arrives in England in this delightful romantic comedy?  Can this feisty American heiress find love and happiness married to an English lord she has never seen?  Cara disguises herself as a dowdy governess to observe her new husband.  He’s arrogant and annoying but so very handsome and alluring. She’s courting danger and seduction with this disguise. To avoid discovery all she need do is remain quietly in the background.  What an impossible task for this independent rebel!

To buy or download a sample click HERE.

 

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Karla Darcy

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The Masked Heart Revealed!

Miss Darcy is elated that so many of you ignored the gossipmongers and instead learned the truth contained in The Masked Heart. Your  enthusiasm after her latest disclosures sent the book climbing to lofty heights on the Amazon list of the top 100 Free books in Historical Fiction. It couldn’t have happened without tons of friends and supporters of the Daughters of Sweet’s Racing Club.

Soon Miss Darcy will vouchsafe (grant in a gracious manner) other tales of romance and intrigue that have been revealed to her by members of the DSRC. A traveling chest has been discovered in the attics of Weathersfield Hall, one the homes originally owned by the legendary Duke and Duchess of Landglower.

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 Documents are being authenticated at this time and once that process has been completed Miss Darcy will be able to bring to light more of the history of the gentlemen members of Sweet’s.

 

As you are aware now, most of the gossip concerning the history of Lord Farrington and La Solitaire was a Banbury tale (a lie.) In case you missed the truth contained in The Masked Heart, you can download it HERE.

Your faithful Correspondent,

Karla Darcy

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Karla Darcy Loves Swashbuckling Historical Romance, Don’t You?

Miss Darcy laments the amount of rumor that has swirled around the identity of La Solitaire, the mysterious actress who took London by storm. We’re not talking some horrid clandestine affair with a scheming hussy of an opera dancer but a celebrated actress with an unsullied reputation. As you can imagine the mere thought that a duel might be fought over her between Lord Andrew Farrington and Talbott Stoddard has the ton atwitter. The gentlemen of Sweet’s Racing Club have been close to putting up their dabblers (raising their fists to fight) in their rush to make the winning entry in the betting book. Dear readers, Miss Darcy would never cry rope (tattle) but she would like you to be aware of the truth. Find out for yourself the true story contained in . It is free Sunday, November 18th only. You can download the kindle version at Amazon absolutely free.

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Delicious gossip debunked. Miss Blaine Meriweather is a young woman of good family whose estate is in financial shambles. How will she care for her brother and sister? Out of options, she becomes the astonishing actress La Solitaire! A brave but birdwitted idea of course. Imagine the scandal if anyone discovers her identity! Blaine’s wild success saves her family. All should be well. The only thing she hadn’t counted on was Lord Farrington, who is determined to make La Solitaire his mistress! Blaine’s finest acting is required to save her virtue, her family, and their honor. It would have been so easy, if only Blaine hadn’t fallen in love….

Secret identities, intrigue and Love! To download, click HERE.

Your faithful Correspondent,

Karla Darcy

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