#AuthorLife with Callie Hutton

Nov 14, 2018 by

 

 

Grandma to the twinadoes, or ‘Bama’ as they call me. My four year old twin grandsons keep us busy and constantly waiting for the next catastrophe. I gave mom and dad a break recently and kept them overnight after going to a Trunk or Treat at the local church. Fun times. I thought I was pretty exhausted when they went home, but their mom said they slept for two hours that afternoon. I guess I wore them out, too.

 

 

 

Lady Elizabeth is hiding in plain sight…and very plain dresses. To escape her traitorous father’s reputation, she’s left behind the glittering balls of London Society to act as a governess. For the first time in her life, she’s independent and taking care of herself. All is fine…until the irresistible Lord Hawkins arrives at her employer’s house.

Lord Hawkins is a rake of the highest order, but something about the beautiful governess working for his cousin makes him want to act like a gentleman. After an attempt on her life, Hawk discovers who Elizabeth really is. Now under orders from the Home Office to bring her in, Hawk vows instead to protect her. Even though he’s not entirely sure she’s innocent, she is his responsibility. If only he could stop wanting her.

Hawk may be handsome and honorable, but no matter how much Lizzie wants to give in to her desires, falling for the tempting man will surely bring heartbreak. Especially when he proposes the only way to keep her safe is to marry her. She doesn’t want his name if he’s only doing it out of a sense of duty. But someone in the Home Office wants Lizzie dead and it’s up to Hawk to convince her of the danger when even becoming his countess may not save her life.

 

 

Callie Hutton, USA Today bestselling author writes both Western Historical and Regency romance with “historic elements and sensory details” (The Romance Reviews). Callie lives in Oklahoma with several rescue dogs, two adult children, a daughter-in-law, twin grandsons and her top cheerleader husband (although thankfully not all in the same home!). Living in the Midwest provides plenty of opportunities for Callie do pursue her interests: researching history, meeting readers, spending time with her adorable two year old twin grandsons, and discovering new adventures. Callie loves to hear from readers and welcomes the opportunity to become friends, both in person or virtually. Find her online: www.calliehutton.com and sign up for her newsletter at: https://app.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/p1n5h1

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