Celebrating the release of Robin Helm’s More to Love

“She is tolerable, I suppose, but there is rather too much of her to tempt me.”

How is this for a story opener? Major ouch!

Mr. Darcy’s stinging remark–a thing no woman would like to overhear–powers More to Love, Robin Helm’s newest Pride and Prejudice romance novel.

His thoughtless words galvanize Elizabeth Bennet into action. Soon Mr. Darcy cannot keep his eyes from her. But can she forgive his judgment of her appearance and character?

Especially since he now faces a worthy competitor for her attention?

Enter Thomas Beckett, a gentleman-physician who has even die-hard Darcy fans rooting for him. We love a worried Darcy!

This is such a fun read!

Candy has an excerpt on her blog today, and an eBook giveaway too. Odds of winning are really good right now!

So Little Time … So Much to Read

If you subscribe to Kindle Unlmited, this book is waiting for you!

More to Love on Amazon

5 thoughts on “Celebrating the release of Robin Helm’s More to Love

  1. Thank you so much, Laura. I think you and Gayle deserve some credit here. Gayle came up with the idea of a slightly overweight Elizabeth, and you contributed the phrasing of Darcy’s ill-judged remark.

    Also, you, Gayle Mills, and Wendi Sotis, as well as the Beyond Austen readers, contributed to plot adjustments and additions with your remarks. I appreciate it more than you can know. I even changed the ending for Gayle and the BAC readers. They wanted a wedding, so I gave them one.

    I’m very blessed to have the support of my family and friends.

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    1. Readers always love a wedding ending. I adjusted Mercy’s Embrace to end with one … at your suggestion, I believe. 😀

      Very few artists work in solitude, shut away and alone. We spur one another along!

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