Hi Mary

Hi Mary, I know you won’t remember me, but we met and chatted several times at the HRR in Spokane! I was so thrilled to meet you and you said, “I’m just Mary.” One of the best times of my life! Anyway, I need some help. I just read one of your books, and as I’ve been sick, I can’t remember much about it, only that I LOVED it. I was going to read it again, and spend more time sighing and crying, but I can’t find it! It was a short story about a man from another story and his love for Linnie, the bakers daughter. Can you tell me the name of the book so if I somehow lost it off my Kindle, I can buy it again and a copy for my sister? It was such a wonderful, touching story, and I remembered the man from the book he originally appeared in, but (I seem to be getting more forgetful these days) I can’t remember his name. Please tell me the name of it. You noted in the beginning that he was a character you felt drawn to telling his story and this was a very different love story. It certainly was! Love you Mary and look forward to every book of yours! (I have at least 100, and am trying to get them all, one book at a time!)

Updated: March 23, 2017 — 9:13 am


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  1. She is the best Arthur

  2. That book was by Lorraine Heath.

  3. About the Marquess of Marsden


  5. Oh! !!/@%~. Now I feel like a complete idiot! Oh Lorraine, I’m so sorry! Please forgive me! I really was sick and I guess I read some Mary during that time. Thank you so much Susan. Now I can read it again and really enjoy it. It was special!

  6. It was. I cried my eyes out!

  7. I did too. It was one of those books that tells of life and love unending. Thank you again. I have all of Lorraines books too. She was at HRR too! Such a lovely lady!

  8. You’re welcome.❤

  9. I’m reading IN BED WITH A DUKE by L. H. now.

  10. It is a special story.

  11. Jenny, we all forget things. You’re not an idiot, only human!

  12. Thank you Pam! I appreciate so much your understanding, but we don’t all blast it all over Facebook! Lol

  13. I do remember you, Jinny. And I had a great time at HRR too, meeting many new people and reconnecting with others–Lorraine Heath, for example. I am glad you have discovered your missing story!

  14. Thank you Mary! I do apologize for my addled brain. As I said it was a wonderful event in my life to have met someone I have read so many times and loved so much. Will you be coming this year?

    1. Not this year, Jinny Kirby-Baxter. The organizers want to vary the authors, which is a very good idea.

    2. I understand. I will miss seeing you and look forward to when our paths cross again!

  15. “When The Marquess Falls” is the title of the book you refer to.

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