My publisher invited me to attend an all-expenses paid writing retreat at the posh new Hartfield Regency Resort in Loveland, Colorado. Carole isn’t nice like that—there must be a catch.
There is. His name is Ryder Hawk, the outlaw leader of the all-male Western writers who work for the same publishing company. He thinks he’s agreed to attend an all-expenses-paid week at a dude ranch.
Yeah, no. Carole has other ideas. She wants to break into the cowboy romance market. If I want to renew my writing contract, I have to do more than put up with Ryder and his gang of cowboy cronies for a week. We have to write together.
The problem is, Ryder and I have a history.
And it’s more like war than peace.
PRAISE FOR REGENCY THERAPY
- “Fun, sweet, slow burn. I was rooting for them!”— Liselotte, Goodreads
- “You don’t have to be an Austen fan to love this series!…If you’re looking for a clean, well-written book with some truly laugh-out-loud moments, grab this one today!”— Lorie AH, Amazon, on Matchmaking Therapy
This is a sweet, clean contemporary romance that will make you smile. When two rival authors are thrown together at Hartfield Regency Resort, sparks fly. Lucy is a Regency Romance author and Ryder writes Westerns. They do not hit it off at first, but are assigned to write a contemporary Cowboy romance together. Their constant, teasing banter adds a lighter note to the book. Lucy’s pride in being a Regency Romance author and her prejudice against Westerns is a fun nod to Jane Austen.
Although this is a very modern, very contemporary romance, there is a lot of discussion of Jane Austen. As a fan of historical fiction, I definitely appreciated this. Contemporary romance is not usually my go-to, but I think fans of that genre will enjoy this light enemies-to-lovers romance. It will be a nice, quick read this Spring and Summer.
I received a free print copy of this book via Austenprose PR. My review is voluntary and the opinions expressed are my own.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lisa Catmull writes sweet contemporary romances and clean and wholesome romances in the Victorian era. Her books have been nominated for Swoony, RONE, and Whitney awards.
She taught Middle School English and History for seven years before pursuing screenwriting and writing. She currently lives between a canyon and a lake in Utah with her husband, two cats, and two rambunctious children.
Her books can be found on Amazon and are always free for Kindle Unlimited readers.
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3 thoughts on “Blog Tour and Book Review: Regency Therapy by #LisaHCatmull @austenprose”
This has so many elements that I love – enemies to lovers, a nod to Jane Austen, and a bookish story. I’m definitely going to have to add it to my list. Excellent review!
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I really don’t do contemporary romance, but the Jane Austen association drew me in. I think contemporary romance fans will enjoy it.
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Excellent review, Bonnie. 🙂 ❤